When will you Visit St Helens?
St Helens, the Bay of Fires, Scamander, Falmouth and surrounds will be etched in your memory as the place where natural beauty, fascinating history and friendly locals meet. It’s a special place where lifelong memories are made, a place where the sea air quenches the soul, pristine white beaches are pounded by turquoise waves and where genuinely real people welcome you with open arms.
Be warned, you will need more than a day or two to uncover the delights that wait for you around every corner. St Columba Falls with her incredible height and Evercreech Forest Reserve with the tallest White Gums in the world. Be captivated by the Bay of Fires who’s magical beauty is celebrated across the globe, with sand so white it squeals with delight when you leave your footprint.
Don’t put it off any longer – Explore St Helens, Tasmania and beyond!!
Spend two days, three days or more and refresh your soul. Nature is calling you to step a foot inside St Helens and the Bay of Fires. So answer the call of nature and come and explore. Tasmania’s north-east is the warmest and sunniest corner of the state.
Within an hour of St Helens you can be deep in the rain forest, swimming in the Bay of Fires, barrel rolling down Peron Dunes or surfing the waves at Four Mile Creek. St Helens and the Bay of Fires region are a perfect base to explore the East Coast, Freycinet, Bicheno, Scottsdale and beyond.
The Break O’day region has many different and diverse options when it comes to accommodating you and your family. From hotel and motel style accommodation to private holiday homes, from casual fish and chips to a fine dining experience.
Whether you live in the area, your staying for the week or just overnight, if you need a new pair of shoes and some tyres for the car, the Break O’day community is services by a variety of great businesses.