Where better than Tasmania to explore the absolute best of city and wilderness? From outstanding food and wine to unique heritage and wildlife, this spectacular island really packs a punch. Explore St Helens and the world-famous Bay of Fires. Revel in the wealth of activities on offer in this east coast haven. Try your hand at deep sea fishing, mountain biking or hiking, then indulge yourself with amazing local produce. Base yourself at a family-friendly caravan park for a truly memorable and convenient break. It’s the Tassie experience!
The mild climate of Tasmania’s east coast offers a feast of local produce, premium wines, berries, nuts, award-winning cheeses and freshly caught seafood. Check out Priory Ridge Winery, Pyengana Dairy and fresh oysters at Binalong Bay.
Spirit of adventure
The lovely town of St Helens offers some world-class mountain biking trails, weaving their way through the surrounding mountains. Thrill seekers will find plenty of surfing, fishing, hiking, biking, scuba diving and snorkelling opportunities to keep them busy.
Maybe you want to wind down in the island’s wild places, really escaping the stresses of the mainland. Discover the sweeping landscapes of the Bay of Fires, take a drive through rainforest-clad mountains or wander deserted beaches.
Why an escape to the Bay of Fires is exactly what you need
Bay of Fires was rated as one of Lonely Planet’s top 10 regions in the world, which is exactly why it is the perfect place to escape the daily grind, unwind and relax.
“Fantastic location, well organised and neatly set out park, with a wide range of facilities to suit families, small groups, or couples. We stayed in a 6 person Parkview cabin, incredibly well appointed, neat, spotlessly clean, and tidy, with everything you could need for your stay. Friendly and accommodating staff, we would highly recommend St Helens to all travellers.”– Rod Barry, St Helens
Cast your net
Go bream, reef or salmon fishing in this renowned deep sea angling area. As a genuine local specialist, Michael Haley’s Gone Fishing Charter is the perfect introduction to the wonders of this spectacular stretch of ocean.
Everything great about the seaside, all within 50 steps. The beach is at your front door. Imagine waking up, then within just a few steps, looking out over the stunning George’s Bay on Tasmania’s amazing east coast. Set within the remarkable Bay of Fires, Tasman Holiday Parks – St Helens is in the heart of a world-renowned destination of fresh food, wine, and relaxing adventures.