Local Attractions

Experience beautiful moments at these local attractions

Access the wealth of sightseeing, sporting, and recreational activities available on the gorgeous stretch of north-east coastline in St Helens.

Bay of Fires

When you see the stunning white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters of the Bay of Fires, you know you are somewhere special. Try boating, game fishing, walking, snorkelling and surfing.

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World-renowned

Tasman Holiday Park St Helens is in the heart of a world-renowned destination of fresh food, wine, and adventure.

Must-dos

Boating, fishing and great food dominate the list of must-do experiences when visiting this lovely part of the world. Here are three of our favourites.

Zulu Fishing Charters

Zulu Fishing Charters

St Helens is the deep sea fishing capital of Tasmania, so be sure to book your passage on this celebrated local fishing charter. Don’t let it get away!

Pyengana Dairy

Pyengana Dairy

For real heritage and real flavour, you can’t go past the finest artisan farmhouse cheeses produced by this award-winning local diary. You won’t be disappointed.
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Lease 65 Oyster Shop

Lease 65 Oyster Shop

The team at Lease 65 produce oysters of extraordinary quality from their aquaculture oyster farm on Binalong Bay Road. Why not take the taste test for yourself?

Must-dos

St Helens is the largest town on Tasmania’s east coast. This bustling regional centre offers the visitor great shopping, fishing, biking and dining experiences.

St Helen’s History Room

St Helen’s History Room

Check out the town’s intriguing museum and discover ‘The Chinese Experience’ that fuelled its settlement. Open 7 days, the visitor information centre is next door.
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Bay of Fires eco tours

Bay of Fires eco tours

Explore this sweeping stretch of coastline by boat and see the striking headlands, aqua waters, sea kelp gardens and spectacular beaches up close.
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St Helen’s mountain biking trails

St Helen’s mountain biking trails

Attention, adventure seekers – 42 kilometres of wilderness trail snake through ancient forest, all the way down from the Blue Tier to Swimcart Beach. Ready to go?