St Marys

Explore St Mary’s from your base in one of the town’s heritage or bed and breakfast accommodation houses (or alternatively, try free camping, bring your caravan or spend a few days in an eco lodge) and take some time to discover the town and the local area. Start your exploration on foot—take the easy walk to Grey Mare’s Tail waterfall. For a more challenging walk, climb to South Sister’s summit or ascend rugged St Patrick’s Head for a 360° perspective of the valley and coast.

Back in town, lose time in St Mary’s cafes, shops and galleries, including the wonderfully eccentric Cranks and Tinkerers museum, and don’t miss the unique Mount Elephant Pancakes for delicious pancakes and fabulous rainforest views. You can also drive to nearby Cornwall to experience the Coalminers’ Heritage Wall and Heritage Walk, or cross the range on convict-built St Mary’s Pass for the 20-minute drive to Falmouth and its glistening white beach.


A Man’s Cave Giftware & The Bank Teahouse

“A Man’s Cave Giftware & The Bank Teahouse” will take you back to a bygone era when good manners, smiles and service were of the utmost importance.

Dine-in or Take-away food and drinks. We also make the fluffiest, lightest scones to enjoy with jam & cream, pies in the oven, toasties, English muffins and even have a perfect courtyard so bring your pets along.

If you need inspiration we have a Life Coach on the premises, come in for a chat, or just enjoy one of the most delicious coffees in Tasmania. There is ample parking for big vehicles right outside the courtyard

  • Website:
  • 26 Main Street, St Marys, Tasmania. Ph: 03 6372 2567



Blue Gum Lodge

Blue Gum Lodge is set within 100 acres of private forest surrounded by the Tasmanian East Coast hinterlands with a wonderful view of the sea directly below the house.

  • Prices from $150 For 2 people Per Night Minimum, 2 night stay
  • $25 per extra guest Per Night
  • Sleeps 7 people

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Caltex St Marys

Friendly service, fuel and all mechanical repairs and servicing.

  • 41 Main St, St Marys, TAS 7215
  • Phone: 6372 2335
  • Mobile:  0419 503 109

Coach House Restaurant

Good quality home-made food to eat in or takeaway. Great coffee and fantastic pizzas with all fresh ingredients. Quality customer service, locally owned friendly country atmosphere.

  • Visit and you will be sure to come back.
  • 34 Main St, St Marys
  • 03 6372 2529

Cranks and Tinkerers Museum

Showcasing railway and mining memorabilia; also old cameras, kitchenalia, gramophones, ships, planes, vintage comics and much more.  Local history, photographic display and books for sale.

  • Railway Station, Main St, St Marys 7215
  • Phone:  0417 648 845
  • email
  • Open Mon – Fri, 10 am – 3 pm, or by appointment with the curator.

Free Camping & Motor Home Stays

Located adjacent to the Oval and Golf Course this excellent facility includes an amenities block with toilets, coin operated hot showers, a blackwater dump and free camping. Experience the ambience, local country hospitality and peacefulness of the surrounding by mountains.

St Marys Recreation Ground, Harefield Road, St Marys 7215


Hilly’s IGA X-Press St Marys

Hilly’s IGA at St Marys is an Award winning supermarket with amazing fresh food department, gourmet deli, cheese bar, fresh Tasmanian fish, fruit and vegetables.

  • 56 Main Street St Marys
  • 03 63511997

Lumera Eco Lodge & Chalets

Lumera Eco Lodge & Chalets is an Oasis. Snuggled below a large knobbly outcrop mountain known affectionately as St Patricks Head, over looking the east coast of Tasmania, it provides travellers with an ancient sense of protection and safety as well as the most sensational coastal panorama in all of Tasmania.


Mon’s Coffee Corner

Providing the absolute best quality coffee in Tasmania, reflecting a unique atmosphere that is uber cool.  “Best toasties on the coast! Coffee’s awesome plus they have scrumptious cakes and bikkies!”

  • 28 – 30 Main St, St Marys, TAS 7215
  • 0407 625 335

Mt Elephant Pancakes

Perched 450 metres above the Tasman Sea you are encouraged to look out on the blue/green tranquil waters as you enjoy the peace of Elephant Pass. We serve European-style savoury and sweet crepe-pancakes (not the flapjack US style you find at McDonalds etc).


Northern Vets Cycle Club

Cycling excitement, competition, friendly camaraderie. Events held each year at the Fingal Valley Festival


Oakdene Heritage Accommodation

Nestled in the east coast highlands this 1880’s heritage listed property is the perfect business for a romantic getaway weekend or to base yourself while exploring the fabulous East Coast of Tasmania. The semi self-contained suite consists of three rooms and is decorated in a bygone era with claw foot bath, cast iron bed and its own entrance for total privacy.


Open Garden

Meandering gravel paths lead through shrubberies and cottage style plantings, where plum, apricot and fig are underplanted with hydrangeas and perennials.
The vegie patch includes espaliered apple and pear.
Birch and flowering gum create micro climates for lilliums, rhododendrons, cerinth and Japanese anemones.
Succulents and local rocks are featured throughout, and magnolias and crabapples create contrast to bird attracting natives and annuals.

Address: 251 Lohreys Rd Dublin Town, near St Marys.
Phone: 03 6372 2422. There is no mobile phone coverage at our place. (Phone after 7:30pm)

Booking by appointment – open from January 2019


Pings Place

Chinese Herbal Clinic, Chinese Herbal Acupuncture on the East Coast of Tasmania. Need to fix your back pain, body aches, insomnia, headache, hay fever, women’s health issues?

Asian groceries are also available. See Dr Li at Ping’s Place.

  • 42 Main St, St Marys, TAS 7215
  • Phone:  0411 186 573



Seaview Farm Stay

Biological, chemical free farm; herbs and vegetables to pick.  Stunning views of the sea.  Rustic but very comfortable.  No children under 12.


St Marys Bakery

Charming bakery and coffee shop in a heritage listed building. Fresh bread is baked every day except Saturday.  Great selection of home made pies, pasties, sausage rolls and cakes. Fresh dairy cream used in sponges and cream puffs. Friendly atmosphere, great staff and friendly service.

  • 52 Main St, St Marys 7215
  • Phone : 6372 2131

St Marys District School Association Op Shop

Funds go towards projects at St Marys District High School and the Fingal Campus. All goods are donated – some new and others are pre-loved. Clothing, toys and more (except electrical goods and large furniture).

  • Behind the Hall, Main St, St Marys, TAS 7215
  • Contact: Janet 0404 562 320
  • Hours. Mon – Fri 10-4 Summer and 11-3 Winter

St Marys Hotel

Travel Reviews:  “Great pub food”, “Pleasantly surprised”, “Lovely country hospitality”.  Family friendly, great meals and accommodation.  Check for good deals.


St Marys Newsagency


Open 7 days a week this long established business sells stationery, magazines, all phone credits, including international calling cards & iTunes, Aurora PAYG and Pre-Paid Mobiles Phone Cards. This
newsagency is the Callows. Bus Depot and also offers some grocery lines, gifts, DVD hire, fishing tackle, bait and ice.

  • 3 Story St, St Marys, TAS 7215
  • 6372 2143



St Marys Pharmacy

For all prescriptions, health and well-being products and advice there is a Chemist on site,   Also on display are gifts for all occasions. Come in and browse, you will be delighted with the range.

  • Open. 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • 44 Main St, St Marys, TAS 7215
  • Ph: 6372 2844

St Marys Post Office

“Very friendly little post office, all the things you need plus a few extra gift ideas”

  • 36 Main St, St Marys, TAS 7215
  • Phone:  63 722 124

St Marys Supermarket

Excellent variety of fresh fruit & vegetables and supermarket items available along with friendly service.

  • 38 Main St, St Marys 7215
  • Phone : 6372 2240

Tasmanian Hikes

Tasmanian Hikes strive to provide truly unique and exceptional walking experiences. All our guides are Tasmanian locals with a wealth of knowledge of Tasmania, its flora and fauna and are very passionate about the state and the places we visit.  To ensure no impact on the environment Tasmanian Hikes applies the principles of LEAVE NO TRACE.  We leave only footprints.


Toad Hall

A stylishly presented eclectic mix of antiques, vintage and new wares from around the globe.

  • Address: 40 Main Street, St Marys, Tasmania, 7215
  • Phone: 03 6372 2890




Vortex Healing Centre

Healing and Meditation Centre online and in person.  Retreats, Meditation classes & workshops in a very sacred place in Tasmania. We use natural and alternative therapies to do healings to provide soothing energy. Guided meditation, crystals, healing crystals, rare crystals, energy healing, chi gong.


Woodcraft Guild & Men’s Shed Break O’Day

The Break O’Day Woodcraft Guild & Men’s Shed is situated in the old railway goods shed, Esk Highway, St Mary’s, providing a safe, friendly and harassment-free environment which is open to both men and women.  The Guild strives to keep old woodworking traditions alive.

  • Esk Highway, St Marys
  • Phone:  6372 2094

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