Things To See & Do

The best thing about St Helens is that everything is so close, yet so far away. 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.

Check out what’s happening this week: St Helens Events Calendar

The Bay of Fires region is abundant in activites !

  • A round of chip ‘n’ putt at Cerise Brook Orchard & Family Golf
  • Book a professional fishing charter Michael Haley’s Gone Fishing Charters
  • Visit Gallery Parnella and browse ever changing exhibitions
  • Taste world famous cheeses and icecream at Holy Cow! Cafe
  • Visit the farm gate & sample award winning produce Eureka Farm
  • Soak up the tunes and musical memorabilia at Crossroads
  • 9 or 18 holes at Scamander, St Helens or St Marys Golf Clubs
  • Take a step to say you have walked on the sands of the Bay of Fires
  • Relax as you wander through Scamander’s Winifred Curtis Reserve
  • Fly fishing our clean estuaries including the Scamander and Ansons Rivers
  • Game fishing for marlin and albacore off the coast – BYO boat or why not charter?
  • Let the kids run amok in some of the newest playgrounds in the state
  • BMX racing at the Falmouth BMX track
  • Visit the famous Pyengana beer drinking pig
  • Challenge yourself against Peron Dunes
  • Walk into Halls Falls or St Columba Falls
  • Exprience the imposing Mt Paris Dam for yourself
  • Explore the Trail of the Tin Dragon which begins in St Helens
  • Head up Paddys Head and ogle the endless coastline views
  • Dip your toes into the clear emerald waters along kilometres of coastline
  • Clamber over our famous lichen orange rocks in the Bay of Fires
  • Fish off any of our beaches and jetties without the need for a license
  • Browse the extensive collections at St Helens History Room
  • Ramble amongst the many tracks in the Blue Tier and the long forgotten town of Poimena
  • Pack the bike and rip up the abundant mountain bike tracks around Mathinna and Weldborough
  • Surf!
  • Head down the coast and explore the East Coast’s own animal park
  • Try and wrap your arms aroud the world’s tallest White Gums at Evercreech Forest Reserve
  • Drive north to Eddystone Point and get up close and personal to Eddystone Lighthouse
  • Marvel at the myriad of birdlife on Moulting Bay

Couta Boat Cruises Maritime & Heritage Collection

Come and Experience the joy of cruising around St Georges
Bay on a restored Heritage Couta Boat. Your qualified skipper
has a passion for being out on the water and will ensure you a
fabulous time.

Address: 61 Tully Street, St Helens
Phone: 0407 561318      Email:
Website:

Bay of Fires Eco Tours

Come aboard ‘Infurneaux’ our 18 passenger, state of the art, eco tourism vessel. Head out from Binalong Bay and experience the Bay of Fires at its finest, the pristine white sandy beaches, lichen covered boulders, hidden bays and striking headlands of this breathtakingly beautiful coastline. The Bay of Fires stretches for nearly 30kms and there is no better way to soak up this amazing scenery than from the water. With three different tours on offer covering all or part of the Bay of Fires, our fully guided tours offer not only magnificent scenery, but the chance to encounter an abundance of sea life.

Address: 'Titley's Shack' Main Rd, Binalong Bay
Phone: 0499 209 756      Email: admin@bayoffiresecotours.com.au
Website: www.bayoffiresecotours.com.au

Aloha Dreaming Massage

Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Massage in Beautiful Binalong Bay – Bay of Fires. Refreshes Body, Mind and Spirit!
“I love giving this massage as much as the person receiving it.”
An exquisite fluid massage, that can be deep by request, it is always relaxing and rejuvenating.

Michelle “Mickie” Ball
Gokhale Method® Teacher

Massage Therapist
www.alohadreaming.org

Address: Binalong Bay
Phone: 0428 223 271      Email: michelle@gokhalemethod.com
Website: www.alohadreaming.org

Tas 4×4 Tours

Get off the highways and see the real Tasmania. We can drive you through our magnificent temperate forests. You can walk on our pristine beaches at the world renowned Bay of Fires; see beautiful waterfalls and unique animals in their natural habitat. Experience the rich local heritage. Enjoy an Aussie bush BBQ and/or sample gourmet local foods and exquisite fresh seafood. All this and more awaits you. Immerse yourself.

Our tours and services will be unsurpassed and together we can organise something really special for you. We cater for small groups (1-4 people) who are looking for quality service and a wonderful experience. This will be the highlight of your visit to Tasmania!

Address: Bay of Fires
Phone: 1300 TAS4X4 (1300 827 494)      Email:
Website: http://www.tas4x4tours.com.au

Kiss a Fish Cookery School

Kiss a Fish Cookery School is an ideal way to learn the fine art of preparing and cooking perfect seafood. A delightful way to spend your day with cookery school principal Roz MacAllan in her beach house with specially equipped outdoor kitchen overlooking the red lichen rocks of the Bay of Fires.

Address: Binalong Bay
Phone: 03 6376 8327      Email: roz@kissafishcookeryschool.com.au
Website: http://www.kissafishcookeryschool.com.au

Priory Ridge Wines

Priory Ridge Wines
The first 6 hectare boutique vineyard in the St. Helens area owned and operated by Julie Llewellyn, specializing in Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc. All wines are made in the French tradition with natural yeasts coming from the grapes as they grow in the unique granite rich soil of the Priory property.
Cellar door. Call in to enjoy the vista and taste our wines.
Address: 280 Ansons Bay Road, Route C483
Phone 03761916
Website www.prioryridgewines.com

Address: 280 Ansons Bay Road, Route C483
Phone: 03 6376 1916      Email: david@prioryridgewines.com
Website: http://www.prioryridgewines.com

Eureka Farm

For all things fruity! Eureka Farm has been growing fruits and berries since 1993 and their farm gate cafe showcases their famous preserves, jams, chutneys, delicious icecream and so much more. Call in year round and enjoy the freshest fruit, award winning fruit products and coffee. A ‘must do’ on the East Coast!

Address: Upper Scamander Road, Scamander
Phone:       Email: eurekafarm@bigpond.com
Website: www.eurekafarm.com.au

Iron House Brewery

Our handcrafted brews are made to traditional recipes from quality ingredients and Tasmanian water, sourced from our own spring. Our brews are refreshingly unpasteurised and have no preservatives or additives.

We are located at White Sands Estate, Ironhouse Point (the first house with an iron roof was situated on this coastal point on the beautiful East Coast). The landmark is synonymous with farming, fishing, beach holidays and surfing.

Address: 21554 Tasman Highway
Phone: (03) 6372 2228      Email:
Website: http://www.ironhouse.com.au/

East Coast Natureworld

Natureworld incorporates a wildlife photography & art exhibition – Wildspot Cafe Restaurant – wildlife park & rehabilitation centre. Tasmanian Devils, wombats, snakes, koalas, free ranging animals, lots to see & do.

Address: 18356 Tasman Highway, Bicheno 7215
Phone: (03) 6375 1311      Email: karen@natureworld.com.au
Website: http://www.natureworld.com.au/

Pyengana Dairy Co & The Holy Cow! Cafe

The Healey Family has been producing English-style cheddar cheese in the Pyengana Valley for three generations and over one-hundred years and are highly regarded cheese makers across the world. Cheeses can be purchased directly from the factory situated in the heart of the Pyengana valley overlooking the lush fertile fields of the Pyengana Dairy Company farm and adjacent to the Holy Cow Cafe which is the ideal place to stop for a light meal when travelling to or from the East Coast.

Address: St Columba Falls Rd, Pyengana
Phone: 0363736157      Email: shop@pyenganadairy.com.au
Website: http://pyenganadairy.com.au/
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