St Helens

Beautiful St Helens is a large fishing port located on the shores of the sheltered Georges Bay and is the largest town on the east coast. The history of the town stems from tin mining, logging and fishing. Game fishing is now a local attraction and has its own club and weighing station. There are many cafes and restaurants, also a fantastic private golf course. St Helens is the gateway to the Bay of Fires 10km east, it is a nature reserve stretching 35km long and was recently named the second best beach in the world.

Nearby towns:
Scamander | Scottsdale


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Visitor Centre

Tel: 03 6376 1744
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Attractions

Bay of Fires
Bay of Fires

Keen Angler
Fishing Charters

Mob: 0409 964 847
Burns Bay Boat Ramp
Full and half day tours
1-4 people
deblionel20@gmail.com

Pub in the Paddock
250 St Columba Falls Road, Pyengana
Tel: 03 6373 6121

St Columba Falls

St Columba Falls
State Reserve
The highest falls in Tasmania

The Blue Tier

The Blue Tier

Weldborough Pass
Scenic Reserve

Golf

St Helens Golf Club
Argonaut Road
Tel: 03 6376 1218

 

 

St Helens

Fishersmens Reserve St Helens St Helens
Fishermens Memorial Park
Georges Bay
Percy Steel Reserve
Georges Bay Georges Bay Georges Bay
Georges Bay
St Helens Harbour
Georges Bay
Georges Bay Georges Bay Game Fishing Weighin
St Helens Harbour
Georges Bay
Game Fishing Weighin
St Helens township Bay of Fires Bay of Fires
The main street in St Helens
Grant Point, Bay of Fires
Skeleton Bay, Bay of Fires
The Blue Tier The Blue Tier The Blue Tier
Goblin Forest Walk, Piomena
Piomena, The Blue Tier
Piomena, The Blue Tier
Halls Falls Halls Falls St Columba Falls
Halls Falls
Halls Falls
St Columba Falls
  St Columba Falls  
 
St Columba Falls State Reserve