Fish-Tales On The Bay - St Helens - East Coast Tasmania

308 St Helens Point Road, Stieglitz Tas 7216
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Fish-Tales On The Bay provides fully self-contained units in St Helens on Tasmania’s east coast. There are two units, each with two bedrooms and private balcony views overlooking beautiful Georges Bay. The main bedroom is appointed with a queen-size bed and the second bedroom has bunk beds and a single bed. The units have a full complement of kitchen facilities and utensils as well as electric heating and washing machine. The spacious living area enjoys sweeping views and there is also a gas barbecue. Situated across the road from the beach, you can choose between a relaxing drink on your balcony or a leisurely stroll along the walking tracks. A ten-minute drive will take you to the St Helens township where you will find a good range of places to eat, a nine-hole golf course and boutique shopping. Visit the ever-changing Peron Dunes, book a fishing charter or visit the nearby cheese factory. Relax close to your holiday accommodation or venture along the coast to famous Freycinet National Park and other coastal attractions. The holiday units are approximately a two-hour drive east of Launceston (166 kilometres/103 miles).

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Prices for one or two guests start at $120 per night
Extra guests $20 per night
Children 3 yrs and under are Free of Charge
Prices vary depending on length of stay and time of year



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308 St Helens Point Road, Stieglitz Tas 7216


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Fish Tales on the Bay offers large 2 bedroom holiday units over looking Georges Bay and is ideal for visitors/holiday makers seeking modern St Helen's accommodation that is spacious and affordable......All units feature balconies and panoramic views......The units are spacious with large fully equipped kitchens, large refrigerators, oven, cook top, microwave, crockery, cutlery, glassware and cooking utensils......Standard capacities are up to 4 - 6 persons in the two bedroom units. It floor-plan-150px.gifmay be possible to exceed these capacities in some special family circumstances..........All accommodation has the following features:.... All linen provided...Full kitchen facilities including crockery, cutlery and all utensils...TV + DVD...Fridge, microwave, electric heating and tea/coffee making facilities....Queen bed in bed 1 with electric blankets and clock radio. Bunk + single bed in bed 2...Child cot, high chair and baby bath are available free if required...All beds have soft comfy "faux fur" blankets on inner spring mattresses with soft pillows...Own washing machine...Iron and ironing board..........Other facilities available include:.... Under cover parking and room for boat... Wash down facilities.. Pets welcome - secure yard provided... BBQ..........Fish Tales on the Bay, St Helens, is situated overlooking the waters of beautiful St George Bay. Tourists flock here for its natural beauty, magnificent beaches, swimming and fishing..... Known as the game fishing capital of Tasmania, anglers enjoy the huge variety of fish to catch such as tuna, perch, marlin, whiting, flounder, crayfish and abalone. Each March St Helens comes alive with the annual Game Fishing Classic, attracting increasing numbers of interstate visitors who enjoy the abundance and variety of fish to catch.....From St Helens you can explore Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires, which extend to Eddystone Point. The Bay of Fires (named by British Captain Tobias Furneaux, who only saw the smoke from the fires of the local Kunnara Kuna tribe) is a coast of white sandy beaches dotted with giant granite boulders.....Extensive kelp forests and underwater caves make the area popular with divers...........About St Helens.....St Helens (pop ~1200) is approximately 2 hours drive from Launceston (166 km via Scottsdale) and approximately 3 hours from Hobart...It is the largest town on the east coast of Tasmania, and like most other east coast towns, is centred around the fishing industry. A deep-sea scale fishing fleet out of St. Helens, and Georges Bay (on which St. Helens was founded) has built a reputation for the quality of its crayfish and oysters and scallops. Game fishing is popular with Tuna, Marlin and Mako Sharks the most sought after catches...The town prides itself in its warmth and sunniness - the result of a microclimate produced by surrounding hills and warm ocean currents. Consequently St Helens is warmer than Melbourne in winter and enjoys an average of 22°C in February...Fishing from the beaches, sheltered bays and coral fringed reefs fishermen from far and wide boast that St Helens is unsurpassed for its diverse range of fish stocks. Diving is another popular past-time, with crayfish and abalone the prized catches...Good beaches are located near to St. Helens, and there are several surf beaches along the coast. It is possible to charter boats for marlin and tuna fishing. South of St. Helens, Skyline Road provides a good coastal lookout...Swimming and surfing - The beaches around Georges Bay are ideal from swimming and surfing. The beaches on the southern side stretch from St Helens to St Helens Point. In entire bay has 50 km of shoreline. Such is the popularity of the area that it is estimated the population increases tenfold in summer...East of the town on the southern short of Georges Bay is the St. Helens State Reserve, where short walks are rewarded by spectacular coastal scenery. The Bay of Fires Coastal Reserve to the north of the town has similar natural beauty...North of St. Helens, Mount William National Park has an abundance of native flora and fauna.


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