Beauty Bay, St Helens
A spot in Georges Bay suitable for fishing, family BBQ's or swimming.
Beer Barrel Beach
A quiet, local beach little known to tourists. A great place to sunbake or catch some waves.
Binalong Bay, Tasmania
Binalong Bay Beach
The first pit stop up the Bay of Fires, Binalong Bay is a spot for anyone to enjoy. The serene white sanded beach is home to an estuary which makes a safe spot for little ones to swim. The Bay of Fires has been recognised as one of the world hottest destinations by Lonely Planet.
Boat Harbour Point Lookout
A viewing platform that gives you a panoramic landscape of the Bay of Fires. To the right of the viewing platform is a secret beach, which has every photographers dream - the famous 'lone tree'.
Cosy Corner, Bay of Fires
A hidden gem, tucked away from sight. Cosy Corner is a prime location for viewing and exploring Rock formations covered in the red lichen that the Bay of Fires are known for. Sloop Rock is able to been seen in the distance.
223 Dora Point Rd, Binalong Bay TAS 7216, Australia
Located within Humbug Point Nature Recreation Area, are bushwalks that boast panoramic views of the Bay of Fires.
The Gardens, Bay of Fires
This is the end of the drive up the Gardens road. Beautiful lichen covered rocks sporting rock pools and a nice view of Sloop Rock.
8 Georges Bay Esplanade, St Helens TAS 7216, Australia
Percy Steel Reserve
The waterfront of St Helens town centre. Exercise equipment and bbqs available to use for free.
Corner of Tasman Highway and Medea Cove Road, St Helens
Lions Park St Helens
A spot away from the main road to sit above St Helens, watch the boats and enjoy a BBQ with friends or family.
61 Cecilia St, St Helens TAS 7216, Australia
St Helens History Room
A mini-museum explaining the History behind St Helens, The Break O' Day area and local mining. The trail of the Tin Dragon is a must if you plan on driving onwards to Scottsdale.
444 Binalong Bay Rd, St Helens
Lease 65 Oyster Farm
If you're looking for fresh oysters, why not go straight to the source? Lease 65 Oyster Farm has been a favourite for us and our guests too. Gorgeous, fresh oysters, available either shucked or live, for a fraction of the price you'd pay in the city. Bon appétit!
37 Cecilia Street, St Helens
The best barista in town who will always greet you with a smile. Marika will perfect your coffee order and set your tone for the day with her sunny disposition. A must have for caffeine fiends!
29 Quail St, St Helens
Lifebuoy Cafe has a team of kind, cheerful staff members and even lovelier food. This cafe is open for breakfast and lunch, with a vintage emporium on the side. Sit and enjoy their beautiful food (their open burgers are a must!) and potter around looking for antique trinkets to take back home with you.
1 Steel St, Scamander, TAS 7215
Swims East Coast Coffee
Located in Scamander, south of St Helens is Swims East Coast Coffee. The charming owners Sean and Caitlin have transformed an ordinary shipping container into a cosy, friendly spot to grab a bite to eat and drink. Their coffee is nothing short of incredible and their toasties are out of this world. A must-stop during your East Coast holiday.
St Columba Falls Reserve
St Columba Falls
St Columba Falls is Tasmanias' 2nd tallest waterfall at a towering 94 metres. It flows all year round and can be marvelled from a viewing platform at the base of the fall. It is a 30 minute journey form St Helens and a 30 minute return walk to get to the viewing platform and back. Walking through a beautiful rainforest and breathing in the freshest air possible.... definitely a spot not to be missed.
St Columba Falls Road, Pyengana TAS 7216
Holy Cow Cafe
The Holy Cow Cafe is a beautiful, serene spot to catch a bite to eat and explore what Pyengana Dairy Company has to offer. Pyenganas "Real Milk" is not homogenised, providing delicious thick, creamy milkshakes, coffees, icecreams and of course (our favourite) a range of cheeses. Have a four cheese pizza, cheesecake or drink and observe the cows. Try a few of their award winning cheeses, we won't be surprised if you end up taking some home.
250 St Columba Falls Rd, Pyengana TAS 7216
Pub in the Paddock
One of the oldest pubs in Tasmania, also home to a beer drinking Pig named Priscilla! The Pub in the Paddock is rich in history, being licensed from 1880. Grab a watered down beer to keep Priscilla happy while you stop in for lunch.