Council Information

Get in2 Gear

Are you having trouble obtaining your mandatory 50 hours driving experience?

If you don’t have access to a reliable vehicle, someone to supervise you or can’t afford the petrol, register today for Break O’Day Council’s FREE 50 Hour Learner Driver Program

We have both manual and automatic cars and volunteer mentors who will supervise you and help you to achieve your 50 hours.

For more information or to register for this program please phone
Community Services Administration on 03 6376 7900

Address: 32-34 Georges Bay Esplanade
Phone: 6376 7900      Email: admin@bodc.tas.gov.au
Website: http://www.bodc.tas.gov.au/sites/all/files/breakoday/documents/resources/learner_application_form.pdf

St Helens Secretariat

Hon. Life Member TRLFA, Life Member St Helens Chamber of Commerce, Minister’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Tourism 2005, East Coast Regional Tourism Award – Outstanding Contribution by an Individual to the Tourism Industry 2013
• Tourism accreditation consultant Auditing for Clubs and Associations
• Marketing & Business Plans Specialist Secretarial Services
• ALL ENQUIRIES BY PHONE OR EMAIL FOR APPOINTMENT
Christine Dewar – principal. Owned and operated since 1983

Address: 13 Chimney Heights Road, St Helens 7216
Phone: 0419372802      Email: cdewar1@bigpond.net.au
Website:

Break O’Day Council

Located on Tasmania’s East Coast the region boasts many coastal towns including: St Helens, Scamander, Falmouth, Four Mile Creek, Beaumaris, Stieglitz, Seymour, Ansons Bay and Binalong Bay as well as inland population centres which include St Marys, Fingal, Mathinna, Mangana, Cornwall, Pyengana, Goshen and Weldborough. This spectacular region also includes the stunning Bay of Fires, Mount William National Park, St Columba Falls, the Blue Tier and portions of the Douglas Apsley National Park.

The principal industries in the areas are tourism, mining, forestry, agriculture, fishing and aquaculture.

Break O’Day is one of the most diverse areas in Tasmania, so whether you’re looking for celebrated natural wilderness, unmatched fishing, historic townships, clean air, friendly people or a mild climate, Break O’Day is the place to be

Address: Georges Bay Esplanade, St Helens
Phone: 0363767900      Email: admin@bodc.tas.gov.au
Website: http://www.bodc.tas.gov.au