St Helens on the Bay

St Helens on the Bay offers comfortable self-contained accommodation in Tasmania’s north-east.
The two apartments are large and comfortable each comprises of three double bedrooms.
The main bedroom in each apartment has ensuite bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes and wall televisions. Both apartments also have a separate bathroom, toilet, lounge and dining, kitchen and laundry with full washing facilities. All linen is supplied. The top apartment has a large deck overlooking George’s Bay. These apartments are suited to small groups, families and couples wishing to have privacy and are ideal for a fishing or beach getaway. There is a large lockable garage which will accommodate boats. Facilities close by include a caravan park shop with takeaway food and fishing charter contacts.
Enjoy exploring the north east including the highest waterfalls in Tasmania, St Columba Falls and the Bay of Fires where you will find far-stretching white beaches and beautiful lagoons or take a walk to the Peron Sand dunes. Take advantage of the excellent coastal fishing or simply relax on the sandy beaches or check out the oyster farms located on the Binalong Bay road.
St Helens on the Bay is approximately a two-hour drive east of Launceston (166 kilometres).

Contact Details

6 Chimney Heights Road
St Helens, 7216

0418 359 071
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