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St Helens - TAS RVFT

St Helens is the largest town in the north-east coast of Tasmania, located on Georges Bay. This scenic bayside town is approximately 165 kilometres east of Launceston and 265 kilometres from Hobart. Known as the game fishing capital of Tasmania, St Helen is surrounded by scenic white, pristine sand, making it a popular tourist destination for both keen anglers and those looking to relax and unwind.

Those visiting St Helens can find short term parking on the Cnr of Tully St & Young Street. Stays are limited to 24 hours and are free of charge. Potable water and a dump point are also found here.

St Helens is the perfect base when exploring the north-coast. From town, you can explore stunning Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires, which extends to Eddystone Point. The Bay of Fires is a scenic coast of white sandy beaches dotted with giant granite boulders. Or, a popular activity in town is the breathtaking, one hour return walk to St Helens Point where you will find spectacular Peron Dunes and a vast ocean beach.

Tourist/Visitor Centre       

61 Cecilia St, St Helens TAS

Ph: 03 6376 1479 / 03 6376 1744 

Casual Parking       

Bowen Street, St Helens, - long vehicle parking provided to access supermarkets etc; Georges Bay Esplanade, St Helens – foreshore area – long vehicles able to park; Parking off Cecilia Street (main street through St Helens) – Visitor Information Centre car park

Short Term Parking           

Cnr of Tully St & Young St (24hr)

Dump Point  

Cnr of Tully St & Young St

Potable Water          

Cnr of Tully St & Young St


Circassian St, Ph: 03 6376 5222

Doctors Surgery     

11 Pendrigh Pl, Ph: 03 6376 1777


75 Cecilia St, Ph: 03 6376 2359


36 Cecilia St, Ph: 03 6376 1374


Hilly’s Value Plus, 23 Cecilia St, Ph: 03 6376 1161; St Helens Supa IGA, Shop 4, 29/35 Cecilia St, Ph: 03 6376 1177

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61 Cecilia Street
Saint Helens Tasmania 7216
-41.3226, 148.24964

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