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Vacation rentals in St Helens

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Colchis Creek Townhouse

Colchis Creek Townhouse is close to all the action whether it's mountain bike riding, fishing, shopping or sampling our local food and wine, we are close to it all. We offer our townhouse with three bedrooms, modern kitchen and two bathrooms. We also have an outdoor patio area with BBQ facilities. Colchis Creek Townhouse is within walking distance to a number of restaurants and cafes. Great space for families or a number of couples travelling together.

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Endeavour Cottage

Lovely 3 bedroom unit in the middle of town. A short walk to the main shopping area and waterfront. An easy ride along the foreshore track to the new mountain bike track. Located in quiet area and close to all the amenities you would require. Ideal to enjoy the delights of the town or venture to the new mountain bike for an adrenaline rush.

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The Bay Shanty

The Bay Shanty is a lovely cottage in the heart of St Helens , gateway to The Bay Of Fires. You will feel at home in TheShanty perfect for couples, friends or families. Easy access to little bayside beaches and the walking/cycling foreshore track are only metres from the house or alternatively wander into the CBD for dining , groceries and shopping . Fantastic outdoor fish cleaning/bbq area with hot and cold water. Bike washing stand, Lock up storage for bikes, boards and rods.+Netflix etc

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Stay near St Helens's top sights

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Nina Restaurant & Bar4 locals recommend
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Coffee Away7 locals recommend
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The shop in the bush7 locals recommend
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East Coast Village Providore17 locals recommend
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St Helens History Room8 locals recommend
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SUPA IGA St Helens14 locals recommend

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The Settlers Cottage
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Bays Rest
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Coastal Getaway St. Helens.
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Jacks Shack Stieglitz.
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Halcyon Days - Pet Friendly
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Corymbia Lodge
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Too Tyred @ Binalong Bay
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Kalang B & B Coastal retreat - Entire House
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Gull Cottage - Relax by the Bay
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Simple Coastal Retreat In St Helens With Water Vie
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Serenity @ Scamander
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Sweetwater Villas St Helens BAG

Your guide to St Helens

Introduction

Northeastern Tasmania is a place of many charms — covetable surf breaks, mystical rain forests, sweeping wine vineyards — and St Helens puts you in the middle of it all. Located on Tasmania’s Great Eastern Drive, St Helens is the largest town in the region and serves as the gateway to the world-renowned Bay of Fires, as well as the Mt William and Freycinet national parks. While the town itself offers lessons in Tassie history at the St Helens History Room, the region’s white-sand beaches and glittering waters mean you’ll probably spend most of your time in or around the water. Snorkelers and scuba divers love exploring the kelp forests, underwater caves, and shipwrecks off the coast. Mountain bikers love the ultra-scenic ocean view trails; and anglers try their luck hooking albacore and yellowfin tuna on the Tasman Sea (St Helens is Tasmania’s game-fishing capital). In town, be sure to partake of the daily catch, as well as the famed local oysters.


When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in St Helens?

In the Southern Hemisphere summer, this part of Tasmania is warm and sunny: Average highs range from 62 to 73 degrees Fahrenheit, so pack a bathing suit and layers when heading to the beach. The weather turns colder in winter (June to August), dipping to between 37 and 51 degrees, but those who do venture out to the shore despite the chill might be treated to the sight of a migrating humpback whale. Conditions can change on a dime, though, so check the forecast and come prepared. Come spring, the lush landscape erupts with wildflowers.


What are the top things to do in St Helens?

Bay of Fires

This stunning conservation area extends 31 miles from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point. Famous for its orange-lichen-covered granite boulders, the Bay of Fires — said to be named after Aboriginal fires seen by British navigator Captain Tobias Furneaux when he sailed past in 1773 — has been named one of the best beaches in the world.

Peron Dunes

You can walk from town to these iconic coastal dunes in about a half an hour. Start at the St Helens Point Conservation Area and end at Beerbarrel Beach. Looking to amp up the experience? You can also race down the dunes by sandboard or dune buggy.

St Columba Falls State Reserve

One of Tasmania’s tallest waterfalls is located here, just a 30-minute drive from town, followed by an easy 30-minute walk through a lush forest of tree ferns. Be on the lookout for platypuses.

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