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  • Three-bedroom home sleeping up to six
  • Queen bed in the main bedroom
  • Two single beds in each of the other bedrooms
  • Fast, free, unlimited Wi-Fi
  • Open-plan lounge/dining room overlooking the water
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Easy access to boat ramp
  • Reverse cycle air-conditioning
  • Own laundry
  • All linen, including bath towels provided
  • Undercover parking
  • The beach is easily accessed a short distance down the street
  • Self Check-in from 2pm 
  • Check-out by 10am 
  • A standard booking at St Helens between the end of December and the end of March is seven nights, starting on a Friday. The good news is that outside of these times, any booking can be made, with a three-night minimum. For assistance, please call or email us.

Exploring Nature's Marvels

Bay of Fires, Coastal Boardwalk, Binalong Bay Lookout, Blue Tier Forest Reserve

Coastal boardwalk at St Helens, Beerbarrel Beach, Breakfast or Lunch at Radia, Bay of Fires is close to St Helens

Tasmania's Sports Fishing Capital 

The Pub in the Paddock, Pyengana Dairy Company 1000m tunnel, Priory Ridge Wines, Bay of Fires - name derived from Captain Furneaux, Skeleton Point, Elephant Rock, Naturaliste Restaurant

Binalong time since your last great holiday?

180 Degree views over Georges Bay, Banjo's, Bay of Fires, Skippers, Furneaux, Oyster Lease 65

This dairy deserves to be in your diary!

Kate's Berry Farm, Priory Ridge Wines, Farm Gate Cafe, Cloth Matured Cheddar

Big Things near St Helens

The biggest tree in Australia, Weldborough Hotel

Caught onto St Helens yet?

World's top 10 regions, Ninas for lunch, Lifebuoy Cafe, surprisingly mild winters

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