The tiny seaside settlement of Falmouth, 30 kilometres south of St Helens, is just one of many wonderful hideaways in this area. Tucked away four kilometres off the main highway at the foot of St Marys Pass, this unspoilt little hamlet, first settled in 1835, is made up of a collection of cliff-top houses with million dollar views across the Tasman Sea.
The long, squeaky-clean beach at Falmouth stretches gorgeously into the distance; emerald green waves pound the shore, and seabirds hover above the waves. It’s an idyllic place take a long, leisurely stroll, taking in the pristine natural surroundings and salt-whipped air.
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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.