Hillcrest Tourist Park

Hillcrest Tourist Park provides comfortable cabins and camping sites on Tasmania’s East Coast at St Helen’s. Enjoy peaceful bays as well as excellent surf beaches.
The park provides two-bedroom ensuite cabins, standard ensuite cabins as well as powered and unpowered campsites. All linen is provided in the cabins. An on-site mini-market stocks groceries, magazines, newspapers, fishing rods and lures as well as alcohol and petrol for in-house guests. There is a fully equipped laundry, amenities block, camp kitchen and family room. Other facilities include a car and boat washing area, public phone and post box as well as a spacious barbecue area.
Just a brief walk away is the stunning turquoise water. Try your luck at catching fish from the beach or book a boat charter and take advantage of the excellent diving and fishing opportunities. Plan a bushwalk or enjoy a beach walk at the Bay of Fires. Drive the short distance to St Columba Falls, the highest falls in Tasmania, set in the beautiful wilderness. Sit back and enjoy the stunning views of Georges Bay with a glass of Tasmanian wine.
St Helens is approximately a two-hour drive east of Launceston (166 kilometres/103 miles).

Contact Details

10 Chimney Heights Road
St Helens, 7216

6376 3298
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