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St Helens, Tasmania


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  • Dining and Eating Out (2)
    1. Blue Shed Blue Shed Restaurant, Provedore and Fishmonger are located in St Helens, on Tasmania's East Coast. Blue Shed are known for their fresh, live local seafood which is sourced from the local area and fishing fleet. You can choose your own crayfish from the holding tanks, order delicious fish and chips or have oysters freshly shucked.
    2. Salty Seas Salty Seas seafood outlet is ideally situated in St Helens on Tasmanias sunny east coast. It is ideally located 300 metres west of Fishermans Wharf. The facility hosts commercial quantities of live fish including southern rock lobster in an aquarium which is open for public viewing daily, free of charge so bring your camera with you. Al products are seasonally available and the fish, oysters, mussels and lobsters are processed on site daily. You can select a fish from the tanks and have it processed while you wait or select a lobster and take it home alive or allow an hour for it to be cooked for you, or simply drop in and learn more about our local commercial fish species and industries.
  • Farming, Food and Produce (1)
    1. Choc - A - Lolly Choc-A-Lolly offers quality chocolates and confectionary in St Helens on Tasmanias east coast. Feel the child revived within you at Choc-A-Lolly, a specialty store offering confectionery and chocolate from local, interstate and overseas makers. At Choc-A-Lolly select from over 450 different types of chocolates, sweets and confectionery items, catering for the sophisticated gourmet to the eternal child. The confectionery aroma really strikes you as soon as you walk through the door. It conjures up all your most delicious childhood memories.
  • Galleries, Museums and Collections (1)
    1. St. Helens History Room The St. Helens History Room, on the East Coast of Tasmania, is a small, regional museum. At the St. Helens History Room, there are over 1000 artefacts on display. These are presented thematically to represent the various stages of settlement of St. Helens. Our collections are very accessible as the museum is open seven days a week during regular business hours. The St. Helens History Room is situated at the St. Helens History and Visitor Information Centre behind the St. Helens Library building, opposite the Post Office.
  • Natural Attractions (2)
    1. Humbug Point Recreation Area Humbug Point Recreation Area is situated northeast of St Helens on Tasmania's east coast. Bushwalking and birdwatching are popular in the Humbug Point Nature Recreation Area (1620 ha). The heath attracts a large number of birds, including yellow-tailed black cockatoos, wattlebirds and honeyeaters. Sea birds include the spectacular white-breasted sea eagle, gannets, petrels and even the occasional albatross.
    2. St Helens Point St Helens Point conservation area features extensive sand dunes, located in north-east Tasmania. Popular for surfing, fishing, beach walks, boating and bird-watching, the area also has good camping sites. The sand dunes and ocean beach of St Helens Point are a short drive from the township of St Helens. The sand dunes can be damaged by foot and vehicles therefore vehicle-use is restricted to a specific area at Peron Dunes. Notice the native grass, Spinifex hirsutus, which plays an important role in stabilising the dunes and allowing complex plant communities to develop.
  • Sports and Recreation Facilities (1)
    1. St Helens Golf Club St Helens Golf Club offers a challenging nine-hole course at St Helens in northern Tasmania. The course is set in picturesque bushland and is an 18-tee course (par 71). It is located just on the boundary of the township and boasts a club house with fully-stocked bar. St Helens Golf Club utilises the GOLF Link national handicapping system and the golf shop provides club hire. The course is open to the public every day with competition days held on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Enjoy the peaceful surrounds and consistent mild to warm climate as you make your way around the course.


  • Exhibitions and Shows (4)
    1. Bay of Fires Arts Market Showcasing the finest artisans both locally and interstate, the Bay of Fires Arts Market is a perfect accompaniment to the Bay of Fires Arts Prize. Exhibitors will meet discerning selection criteria to ensure patrons are treated to a visual and sensory spectacular of handcrafted works which will be on display and of course for sale. The opportunity to meet the maker provides a truly unique touch when purchasing exquisite gifts for friends and family. Held annually, the Bay of Fires Arts Market have their sights set high and aim to be esteemed as one of the prestigious, and true, arts markets in Tasmania.
    2. Bay of Fires Winter Arts Festival - Art Prize The pinnacle feature of the Bay of Fires Arts Festival is the annual Bay of Fires Art Prize. Valued at $20,000, the Bay of Fires Art Prize has quickly become established as one of the leading awards in Australia. Now in its third year, the prize announcement is a celebration of success and tickets are highly sought after. bookings are essential. The exhibition is open until the end of June.
    3. Break ODay Stitchers Annual Easter Quilting Exhibition Annual Easter Quilting and Embroidery Exhibition including all forms of textile art and craft. Tickets for the Break ODay Stitchers 2014 raffle will be for sale at the exhibition.
    4. SWIMCART Surf Angling Championship - St Helens St Helens Surf Angling Club present the 2014 Swimcart Surf Angling Championship. Held over the weekend of May, anglers are invited to come along and register to compete for dozens of prizes. Entry fee applies.
  • Festivals and Celebrations (2)
    1. Family Fishing Festival - St Helens The Tasmanian Family Fishing Festival is a unique event for anglers of all ages and styles. Fish from your boat, the beach or a jetty! Major prize this year is a Sea Jay 3.2m Dinghy and Yamaha outboard motor proudly sponsored by Sea Jay Boats, Yahama Motors andCoastal Marine..big thanks to our sponsors.
    2. St Helens Hospital Auxiliary Ball Warm up your winter with some of the finest things in life; great friends, great food, great wine, great music and a great excuse to dress up and all while raising money for the St Helens Hostpital Auxiliary.
  • Sporting Events (1)
    1. Tasmanian Sand Enduro Be a part of the crowd and see spectacular airborne antics off the top of the dunes that will thrill the crowds who line the hills adjacent to the start and finish line. One of the last remaining sand endurance circuits, the 5km St Helens track is located on Tasmania's beautiful east coast.


  • Full Day (4)
    1. Keen Angler Charters Keen Angler Charters provides big game fishing and reef fishing on Tasmanias east coast. Join skipper Lionel Peters aboard Keen Angler for a fishing adventure departing from St Helens. Whether you are experienced or a holiday angler, Lionel will cater the tour to your needs. Big game or reef fishing - the choice is yours.
    2. Regency Vip Regency VIP provides half-day and full-day car tours in Tasmania. Explore the history and beauty of the island state in the luxury of a tour car.
    3. Scenic Travel Tasmania Scenic Travel Tasmania offer you a touring experience in the comfort of your own chauffeur driven car. Scenic Travel operate a range of tours in Launceston, Hobart and on Tasmanias east coast, or Scenic Travel can tailor a tour to suit your special interest.
    4. St Helens Smoothwater Charters St Helens Smoothwater Charters is based on the east coast of Tasmania and specialises in estuary fishing. Take in the scenery or fish the sheltered waters of Georges Bay and surrounding estuaries from a 19-foot sport fishing boat, which makes a great fishing platform to cast lures and to fly-fish from.

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