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St. Helens Camping Conservation Area

Diana's Basin Camping
  • No Charges
Max. Stay 4 weeks
  • No Showers
Pit Toilet
  • Must carry own water
  • Fires only in provided fireplaces, own wood required
  • Fuel stoves recommended
  • Facilities at nearby St. Helens

Other activities in this area include:

  • Beaches
  • Birdwatching
  • Diving
  • Fishing
  • Boating
  • Bushwalking
  • Wildlife
  • Swimming (with caution)

Further Information

Parks & Wildlife Tasmania

(03) 6376 1550

 

All prices in AUD

* Please note prices are for guide only.

 

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The St. Helens Point Conservation Area campgound is situated south of the township of St. Helens and is popular with visitors for surfing, boating, kayaking and fishing. There are a large number of campsites located on the eastern foreshore between the basin and beach.

Please note that camping is only permitted at the designated camping area t Diana's Basin and not at St Helens point itself. Access to the camping area St Helens Point is by signposted access off the A3 highway, 4 kilometres north of the township of Beaumaris and 9 kilometres south of St. Helens. You then need to drive 500 metres to an access track on the left that will lead you to the campsites. If you travel a further distance of almost 1 kilometres you will find more shaded camping locations.

Suitable for campervans, motorhomes and caravans.

St Helens is the largest town on the north east coast of Tasmania. It is located on Georges Bay, off the Tasman Highway, app. 160 km east of the city of Launceston; Tassie's second largest city situated at the mouth of the Tamar River. In the early 2000s, the town was one of the fastest growing areas of Tasmania, and reached a population of just over 2000 as at the 2006 census. St Helens is part of the Break O'Day Council; a council that includes the surrounding town of Binalong Bay.

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