St Helens - North East Tasmania
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St Helens daybreak over Georges Bay The calm St Helens fishing port - gateway to the Bay of Fires Exquisite reflective waters at St Helens Stately farmhouses surround St Helens Pretty rock formations at St Helens Point Stone carved by wind at the Bay of Fires near St Helens Crystal clear waters at Binalong Bay minutes from St Helens Coastal artistry at the Bay of Fires The calming seas at Binalong Bay close to St Helens Deserted bays in the Bay of Fires region The majestic Saint Columba Falls 35km from St Helens Scenic paths around St Helens waterfront Paradise in Georges Bay, St Helens Trouble free boating at St Helens Temperate rainforest drive from Launceston to St Helens on the Tasman Hwy St Columba Falls, Tasmania's highest waterfall near St Helens The famous Pub in the Paddock at Pyengana just 25km from St Helens Delicious cheese tasting at the Holy Cow Cafe, Pyengana 25km from St Helens Cosy Cafe at Pyengana near to St Helens Warm and Cosy browsing at The Shop in the Bush near St Helens Antiques and collectables at The Shop in the Bush just outside St Helens Tasty treats at St Helens Between St Helens and Launceston is an original National Bank of Tasmania at Derby Workers cottages in the Tin Town of Derby, 65km from St Helens

St Helens, in the north east on Tasmania, remains one of the lesser known holiday destinations. A typical Tasmanian fishing village, St Helens is nestled on the expansive Georges Bay, and is just minutes from the beautiful Bay of Fires. Binalong Bay, at the southern end of the Bay of Fires, is a magical sheltered bay with brilliant white sands and crystal clear waters.

The local seafood at St Helens is superb. Fresh catches of the day are available in this quaint village at many local outlets. Game fishing is extremely popular here, as are the plentiful crayfish and exquisite oysters.

While the nearby Bay of Fires coastline has its own spectacular vistas, St Helens itself has its own unique water edge wonderlands to explore. Just a short drive along St Helens Point Road leads you to stunning coastal scenery on the southern side of Georges Bay.

To make the most of St Helens, and Tasmania, why not consider our 12 night St Helens Loop Tasmania Holiday Package. This enables you time to see what is on offer in this wonderful region.

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