Kellraine Holiday Units

Kellraine Units provide comfortable accommodation on Tasmania’s stunning east coast at St Helens.
There are one, two and three bedroom self-contained units available. A range of bed configurations include one bedroom units with a double bed through to the largest room with two double beds and four single beds. There are three bedroom units with two doubles and two single beds and two bedroom units ideal for up to four guests with a double and two single beds. Rooms are equipped with a modern, fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom and laundry facilities. Enjoy the outdoor barbecue area, ideal during summer evenings.
During your stay, venture out to Binalong Bay, a sweeping turquoise bay not far from Kellraine Units. Hire a bike and ride along at your own pace or laze the day away on the beach. St Helens is an ideal base to explore east coast wineries, coastal national parks and other attractions of the region. Drive to St Columba Falls, the highest waterfalls in Tasmania, or walk along the pristine beaches of the Bay of Fires. Here you can enjoy swimming, beautiful wildflowers and lagoons ideal for fishing.
St Helens Point is about a two-hour drive (170 kilometres/105 miles) from Launceston.

Contact Details

72 Tully Street
St Helens, 7216

0418 765 375
bruce.adams160@gmail.com
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