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.
The Bay of Fires region is abundant in activites!
A round of chip ‘n’ putt at Cerise Brook Orchard & Family Golf
Head out on the water and see the area at it’s finest with Bay of Fire Eco Tours
Visit the farm gate & sample award winning produce at Eureka Farm
Discover a Heritage Couta Boat Cruise on Georges Bay
Clamber over our famous lichen orange rocks in the Bay of Fires
Head down the coast and explore the East Coast’s own NatureWorld
Visit the tranquil valley of Priory and taste local cool climate wines at Priory Ridge
Refresh mind body adn spirit with Aloha Dreaming Massage
Challenge yourself against Peron Dunes, or get guided tour of the area with Tas 4X4 Tours
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?
Visit the famous Pyengana beer drinking pig
Walk into St Columba or Halls Falls
Experience the imposing Mt Paris Dam for yourself
Explore the Trail of the Tin Dragon which begins in St Helens
Taste world famous cheeses and icecreams
Dip your toes into the clear emerald waters along kilometres of coastline
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
Try and wrap your arms around the world’s tallest White Gums at Evercreech Forest Reserve
Drive north to Eddystone Point and get up close and personal to Eddystone Lighthouse
See & Do
Here at Tas4x4Tours we believe it is the best way to see all that the Bay of Fires and the hinterland has to offer. Come and see the stunning orange rocks and crystal clear waters in the nooks and crannies that you might otherwise miss. The inland rainforests and waterfalls are a must see as part of your East Coast holiday. 1/2 and full day tour specialists.
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!
Enjoy a fun round of chip and putt golf on our tricky, 9 hole, par 3 course, suitable for the whole family or the serious golfer wanting to work on their short game. Relax over coffee in a picturesque alfresco setting and in summer try a piece of our popular fruit tart and take home some juicy cherries and other delicious stone fruit from our fruit barn.
Priory Ridge wines is the only vineyard and cellar door operation in the iconic Bay of Fires/Binalong Bay/ St Helens area. Nestled in the tranquil valley of Priory and bordering the Gerorge River, we are easily accessible from C843 and C849. A truly unique experience awaits you: an ancestral property with panoramic views, a rustic Cellar door, historical records of early settlers to the area; premium cool climate wines for tastings/sales: Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris.
Opening Soon! – Tasmania’s Camel Tourist Park.
Featuring: Safari rides, cuddle a baby camel, camel handler talks, camel products shop, afternoon tea and damper.
Address: 58 Gray Road, St Marys
Phone: 0400 866 557
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.
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 and bird life.