Explore the natural beauty of Tasmania's north-east.
Nestled on the stunning east coast of Tasmania, St Helens is known for its breathtaking landscapes, pristine waters, and abundant wildlife. This charming town is an atmospheric base that caters to both laid-back explorers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Overlooking the exceptional Georges Bay, St Helens offers incredible panoramic views and fantastic accommodation options.
St Helens is also the gateway to the world-famous Bay of Fires, a coastal paradise that attracts travellers from far and wide. Camping enthusiasts will be delighted to find numerous camping spots available in the Bay of Fires, where they can experience the magic of waking up to the beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters. The nearby St Helens Point Conservation Area also offers camping opportunities for those looking to immerse themselves in the tranquil natural surroundings.
A short drive from St Helens is the picturesque village of Binalong Bay, offering its own camping options along the captivating shoreline. Camping in Binalong Bay provides the chance to witness the renowned orange-hued rocks and enjoy a true coastal camping experience.
With its range of accommodation options, including cabins, glamping sites, and camping grounds, visitors to St Helens can easily find the perfect place to stay while exploring the wonders of the Bay of Fires, St Helens Point Conservation Area, and Binalong Bay. Whether you're seeking a cosy cabin, a glamorous glamping experience, or a traditional camping adventure, St Helens has it all. Book your unforgettable stay in St Helens and immerse yourself in the beauty of Tasmania's spectacular north-east coast.
Parks in the St Helens area
St Helens is a destination that can't be missed, known as the island's game-fishing hub and second-largest fishing port. There's no shortage of excellent seafood to try at local restaurants and fish-punt eateries. Head offshore on a game-fishing charter for a chance at marlin, albacore tuna, and yellowfin tuna, or hire a boat and fish in the bay.
Divers can explore underwater caves and bounteous sea life found in the area. St Helens also provides access to the world-renowned Bay of Fires, offering stunning, orange-tinged rock formations and pristine beaches that are perfect for camping. Binalong Bay, a charming little village with crystal-clear waters and sandy beaches, is a great spot for beachside camping. If you prefer more comfort, St Helens offers options like glamping or cosy cabins.
The St Helens Point Conservation Area provides hiking opportunities and panoramic views of the coastline, making it an ideal camping destination. With magnificent landscapes and exciting activities, including camping and glamping options, St Helens has something for everyone to enjoy.