Located overlooking the breathtaking George’s Bay, the parks serene setting makes it the ideal destination for a relaxing break. Close to the regions natural attractions and just a 15-minute drive from the town centre of St Helens, you won’t have to go far to explore all the region has to offer. The park has a range of facilities including jumping pillow, playground, recreation room, free wifi, modern camp kitchen and barbecue area or let us take care of the cooking and dine on site at Parkside Kitchen and Bar.
Whether you’re looking to enjoy the modern convivences of a cabin or reconnect with nature on a site, you’ll find plenty options to choose from at St Helens Waterfront. The park has a range of cabin accommodation
available including modern studios and two-bedrooms catering for up to six people. For the best view overlooking the bay, you can’t go past the Bay View Cabins, complete with a private veranda and outdoor setting. Set up your tent or caravan on either an ensuite, powered or unpowered site.
St Helens is well known for its warm climate, stunning natural surrounds, iconic attractions, action packed outdoor activities and picturesque town. Only a short distance from the park is the world-renowned Bay of Fires. Discover the bays pristine waters, vibrant lichen cover boulders and stretches of white sand. Follow one of the many walking trails dotted throughout the town and surrounding areas to explore the lush forests and enjoy a picnic along the South George River. The region is fast becoming recognised as a domestic and international hub for mountain biking enthusiasts, experience the world-class trails in the nearby town of Derby. The second largest fishing port in Tasmania, the area is well known for its fantastic deep sea and onshore fishing, also making for delicious seafood dining opportunities at the many cafes and restaurants.