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Tasmania Sightseeing Pass: See Tasmania Card
"The See Tasmania Card or Attraction pass offers exceptional value with free entry to tours walks museums cruises and wildlife attractions.Valid for three or seven consecutive days the See Tasmania Card gives you access to over 40 of Tasmania’s top attractions. You'll also receive a free full-color See Tasmania guide with helpful information about every Tasmania’s attraction including how to get there
From AUD109.00
 
Josef Chromy Wines Winery Tour Including Tasting and Lunch
"Make your way to Josef Chromy Wines conveniently located just a 15-minute drive south of Launceston. Start your experience at the winery where you get a behind-the-scenes look at Josef Chromy's winemaking process. Take a short walk in the vineyard with your host for an opportunity to learn how grapes develop throughout the season and how those notes and flavors you taste start on the vine. Then head inside to see some of the high-tech equipment that Josef Chromy uses including a German-made press that extracts the juice at low pressures to get more delicate and aromatic flavors. You'll also hear about how founder Chromy immigrated to Australia in 1950 and gradually built a successful food and wine business.Sa chardonnay riesling
From AUD132.00
 
Wineglass Bay Cruise from Coles Bay
"Experience the exquisite beauty of Wineglass Bay; beautiful and remote this is a place that only few will ever visit. A shimmering crescent of white sand fringes the edge of a perfect turquoise sea. Discover Wineglass Bay as few people can. Vista LoungePerfect for all ages! You’ll feast on a bento box full of fr cheese and chocolates prepared by Freycinet Lodge. Get up close to the scenery and wildlife of Wineglass Bay with comfortable indoor quarters (seating up to 95 guests) and a spacious outdoor deck. Your skipper and guide will be in daily contact with local fisherman to ensure you get the best wildlife experience possible. You’ll experience stunning scenery abundant wildlife and a rare intimate perspective of one of Tasmania’s most extraordinary places.Sky LoungeSuited for adult travelers only
From AUD140.00

More Things to Do in Saint Helens

ST. MARY'S - FINGAL - ELEPHANT PASS

Why we did the scenic route to St. Mary's and Fingal via the Elephant Pass from Bicheno, was so we could stop at the Mount Elephant Pancake Barn. We had heard reports about it, and wanted to try one...
balhannah
Jan 06, 2010

MEETUS WATERFALLS

Another Waterfall that is worth a stop and a look. A short, 15 minute return walk from the car park to the viewing platform to see the spectacular tall waterfall plunging into the Cygnet River into a...
balhannah
Jan 03, 2010

ST COLUMBA WATERFALLS

St Columba Falls are the tallest falls in TasmaniaThe waterfall is a lovely, multi tiered falls, that plunge about 90m down the side of Mt Victoria. Much of the falls can be viewed from the road, but...
balhannah
Jan 03, 2010

EDDYSTONE POINT & LIGHTHOUSE

Eddystone Point lighthouse is situated in the Mt William National Park 15 kilometres north of Ansons Bay on the easternmost point of Tasmania's north-east coast.It is a circular stone tower made of...
balhannah
Jan 03, 2010

MATHINNA WATERFALLS

After visiting Evercreech, head on another 16 kms to Mathinna Waterfalls. The falls consist of a four tier waterfall which cascades over a total drop of about 80 metres - a spectacular sight! An easy...
balhannah
Jan 03, 2010

THE BLUE LAKE

The Blue Lake is about 1hours drive from Scottsdale, about 17ks on the Gladstone road. The lake is here because of the tin mining carried out in this area. Its a very pretty azure blue. Swimming is...
balhannah
Jan 03, 2010
 
 
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EVERCREECH FOREST RESERVE ON EAST COAST

This reserve is located in the Fingal Valley, and is signposted from the town of Fingal. Here, you find the 'White Knights" THE TALLEST WHITE GUMTREES IN EXISTENCE...... more impressive and taller...
balhannah
Jan 03, 2010

BAY OF FIRES - BINALONG BAY

The Bay of Fires is situated between Binalong Bay and Eddystone Point.The entrance to the Bay of Fires - Binalong Bay, is 10 minutes from St. Helens.The Beach here is white, with lovely green/blue...
balhannah
Jan 03, 2010

ST. HELENS ON THE EAST COAST

St Helens, located in a pretty setting overlooking Georges Bay, is the largest town on the north-east coast, with a population of about 2,000, and is also known as 'THE GAME FISHING CAPITAL OF...
balhannah
Oct 08, 2009

Tour St Helens Point

Photo 1 Sign and scrub in the coastal protection areaPhoto 2 Dunes in the coastal protection areaPhoto 3 Dunes in the ‘Motorised Recreation Area’ Photo 4 Four flats – anyone got a tyre pump?Photo 5...
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tiabunna
Oct 27, 2008

George’s Bay

Photo 1 Old jetty, George’s BayPhoto 2 St Helens fishing fleetPhoto 3 St Helens marina Photo 4 Ocean mouth, George’s Bay..What a marvellously named bay! George’s Bay is the pleasant inlet on which St...
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tiabunna
Oct 25, 2008

Around St Helens

Photo 1 St Helens “Village Store & More” Photo 2 St Helens Anglican Church, dating from 1881Photo 3 One of the two supermarkets (the other is larger)Photo 4 The pre-Federation Post Office, still...
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tiabunna
Oct 25, 2008

Tour the Bay of Fires

Photo 1 Beach, Bay of Fires, looking south Photo 2 Some of the fine white sandPhoto 3 A quiet little rock pool on the Bay of FiresPhoto 4 Looking north on the Bay of Fires.To quote from the UK “Times...
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tiabunna
Oct 25, 2008

Go to Binalong Bay

Photos 1-3 Scenes at Binalong BayPhoto 4 The statuesque welcoming statue.To reach the little beachside village of Binalong Bay, head out of St Helens on the C850. The trip is only about ten or eleven...
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tiabunna
Oct 25, 2008

Top Hotels in Saint Helens

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1 Quail Street, St Helens, TAS, 7216, AU
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59 Tully Street St Helens, St Helens, 7216, AU
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Top 5 Saint Helens Writers

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tiabunna

"St Helens and the Bay of Fires"
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balhannah

"GAME FISHING CAPITAL OF TASMANIA"
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Kate-Me

"St Helen's to Freycinet pages"
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Sambawalk

"Stunning white beach of Bay of Fires"
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DennyP

"TASMANIA..ST.HELENS..BAY OF FIRES.."
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