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Where wilderness, adventure and history meet.

A wealth of holiday choices in our caravan park in Tasmania.

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 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. 

Why not base yourself at one of the state’s most welcoming and family-friendly caravan parks? Tasmania’s stunning east coast is on your doorstep when you choose Tasman for your holiday break.

We look forward to offering you a truly memorable and convenient stay.

It’s the Tassie experience! 


Explore the East Coast
of Tasmania.

East Coast, Tasmania

It’s all to do on the east coast of this superlative state. St Helens is perfectly positioned between the mountains and the sea for great scuba diving and snorkelling, hiking and world-class mountain biking trails.

After an action-packed day, why not experience the other side of Tasmania’s east coast? It’s a foodie paradise with fresh crayfish and oysters, luscious berries, nuts and cheeses, premium cold-climate wines and award-winning beers and ciders on offer.

You can’t go home without checking out the breathtaking Bay of Fires. Lonely Planet rated this 50km stretch of coastline as one of the top ten natural regions in the world! Hikers walk for days to explore the area’s distinctive orange lichen-covered granite boulders, framed by turquoise waters, giant sea kelp gardens and white sandy beaches. Swim, fish, snorkel, kayak, surf or wander.

Amazingly enough, for all its fame, you can spend a day here without seeing another person!

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Sunrise over Georges Bay

Start planning your Tasmanian escape.

Hop in the car and see this lovely part of the world close up.

Tasmania’s Great Eastern Drive takes in more than 175 kilometres of gorgeous coastline. Discover world-renowned national parks, sweeping beaches, windswept walks, challenging hikes and a great view waiting around every bend.

Travelling north from Orford, drop in at historic Triabunna to visit the World Heritage-listed convict probation station on Maria Island.

When you reach Swansea, spend some time in the town’s cafes, shops and galleries, maybe tuck into fish and chips on the waterfront. Heading up to Bicheno, be sure to stop off at some of the east coast’s most loved wineries along the way!

Further on, marvel at the outstanding natural beauty of Freycinet National Park. Visit Coles Bay, an appealing seaside community, where you can book cruises, wildlife tours, fishing charters and other great activities. Take in the Wineglass Bay lookout, before travelling up the Surf Coast to Scamander.

Pass mountains and rainforests on your way to St Helens, the gateway to world-famous Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires. It’s a region teeming with memorable landscapes.

Why go anywhere else?

St Columba Falls | Tasman Holiday Parks St Helens

Are you a nature lover or a thrill seeker? Do you want to pep up or wind down? Whatever you crave, it’s waiting on the east coast of Tasmania.

If you’re seized by the spirit of adventure, our St Helens caravan park in Tasmania is the ideal base. At St Helens, you can find a network of world-class mountain biking trails, weaving their way through the surrounding mountains. Thrill seekers will also find plenty of surfing, fishing, hiking, biking, scuba diving and snorkelling opportunities to keep them busy.

Maybe you just want to get away from it all. Revel in the east coast’s natural splendour, wind down in truly wild places. This secluded region offers a real escape from the stresses of the mainland. Discover the sweeping landscapes of the Bay of Fires, take a drive through rainforest-clad mountains, wander deserted beaches. Or kick back with a good book, and your own patch of heaven!

If a gourmet break’s more your thing, try the region’s captivating cuisine. 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.

Beach near St Helens, Tasmania

There are a variety of choices for campers on the east coast of Tasmania.

It’s a great way to get back to nature and recharge the batteries in a peaceful and unspoiled location.

Our powered grass sites at St Helens are available with or without ensuite bathrooms. They are in the centre of the park, so all the facilities are on hand – sparkling amenities block, well-equipped camp kitchen with heater and TV, laundry and tranquil BBQ setting.

Pitch a tent, roll out a swag and take in the tranquil waterfront setting. Why should four-legged family members miss all the fun? Our camping sites are pet friendly, so bring the dog along for a truly memorable holiday.

Can’t be bothered to cook? You don’t have to. Our Parkside Bar and Kitchen offers a lovely indoor/outdoor dining experience. It’s open seven days a week for snacks, meals, coffee, bar and takeaway. You can even buy prime Tassie cheeses, wines and craft beer at Tasman’s gourmet shop!

Our caravan park in Tasmania overlooks the natural beauty of George’s Bay. With bouncy pillow, playground and games room for the kids, you are free to do as much or as little as you like.

It’s your choice!

Powered site overlooking George's Bay, St Helens

Whatever kind of vehicle you have, you’re sure to find the perfect spot at St Helen’s.

Our powered grass sites are suitable for caravans, motorhomes and campervans. Whether you’re planning a one-night stopover or an extended summer holiday, you can’t go past one of Tasman’s most relaxing caravan parks. Tasmania is the perfect place to reverse the van, unpack, and settle into our idyllic surroundings.

When you stay at a Tasman park, you’re sure to receive a warm welcome. We offer level, grassy sites which are carefully located in the centre of the park, to make the most of the amenities and the view.

You’ll find the full range of facilities for a trouble-free holiday. Amenities and laundry blocks are clean as a whistle, with fully-equipped camp kitchen on hand to whip up some quick and tasty holiday fare.

A designated undercover BBQ spot gives you protection when it’s rainy, and there’s a games room with TV to keep the kids occupied.

The best bit? The Parkside Bar and Kitchen is open seven days a week. Grab a great-tasting coffee or takeaway, or dine in for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Bar included!

We call that the best of both worlds.

Parkside Restaurant at Tasman Holiday Parks St Helens

There’s plenty of accommodation available at our St Helen’s holiday park in Tasmania, with something to suit every budget and need.

Bungalows offer bunkhouse style accommodation, ideal for singles, couples or groups of friends. Choose from several different queen or bunk bed configurations.

Self-contained studios sleep two people in queen beds, with open-plan accommodation and smart TV included. The Bay View Studio offers uninterrupted ocean views and private verandah with outdoor setting.

The two-bedroom cabins come in different sleeping configurations, making them suitable for a range of different families and groups.

Each features a queen bed, with options for a double bed and extra bunks. They have everything you need for a relaxing holiday, including fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and oven, bathroom, dining and lounge area.

Every cabin has reverse cycle air conditioning, smart TV and verandah with outdoor setting. The Bay View cabins sleep four or six, with disabled access also available.

If you want to go upmarket, our villas have all the mod-cons. Right at the top of the park, they have stunning views over beautiful Georges Bay. With reverse cycle air conditioning and fully-fitted bathrooms and kitchens, you can kick back in comfort.

Deluxe Bay View Villa living area overlooking George's Bay, St Helens

St. Helens

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