The French House

St Helens B&B Accommodation Tasmania

Ph: (03) 6376 2602
0414 264 258

  • The French House
  • Guest Rooms
  • Breakfast
  • Relaxing Lounge
  • Sunny Courtyard
  • Stunning Garden
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St Helens Local Attractions

There’s plenty to do and see in the area:
  • visit the world famous Bay of Fires or one of the many beautiful local beaches
  • if its cheese you're after we have The Pyengana Dairy Company that makes award-winning, traditional cheeses and is a short drive along the Tasman Highway
  • enjoy lunch at The Pub in the Paddock, just along from the Cheese Company
  • visit our local art gallery, Gallery Parnella, which displays many local artists’ works
  • for those who enjoy fishing St Helens is the Game Fishing Capital of Tasmania. Rod and reel from the pier or maybe a fishing charter
  • many examples of pioneering activities still remain in the surrounding areas, tin mines, aquaducts, Chinese cemeteries etc.
    The local Tourist Information Centre and History Room would be a good place to start.

The French House

The French House is located in St Helens which is on the beautiful east coast of Tasmania. The house is on the outskirts of town and is a three minute drive to the centre of St Helens.

Treetops Adventure

Visitors glide across the treetops in this unique forest canopy tour. Gliding along wires, attached by harnesses, thrill seekers are led by knowledgeable and highly trained guides through the treetops and above the Pipers River

Lilydale Falls

The two sets of falls, one above the other, are a short and pleasant walk through rain forest located just 5 minutes from Lilydale

Lavender Farm

Established in 1921, is one of the world's largest single commercial lavender farms, producing the finest quality lavender flowers and lavender oil, used traditionally in the perfumery industry.

Links Golf

Links golf is natural golf. Where the natural contours of the land define the way you play the game. Links golf courses do not disturb nature, but enhance it.

Lost Farm

Barnbougle Lost Farm is the newest 20-hole Links Golf course on Tasmania's north east coast.

Forest Eco Centre

The Eco Centre is a focus for forest-based tourism and recreation activities in the North-East and acts to inspire visitors to explore and enjoy the diverse forest types of the region. Located in Scottsdale

River Derby

The Derby has been the biggest event in the north east since 1976, when Mr. Rod Miller and Mr. Peter Price organised the still famous "King of the River Race", which consisted of two competitors in a single craft with two lilos.

Ralph Falls

Ralph's Falls are about 30 Minutes from Bridport. The Link road, officially opened in April 1998, passes through some spectacular scenery that Tasmanians often take for granted.

St Columba Falls

The Falls, which plunge 90 metres from the Mt Victoria foothills, can either be viewed from the car park or from a viewing platform at the end of an easy 15-20 minute rainforest walk.

Mount William National Park

From its long, lonely beaches to its teeming wildlife; from its unique history to its abundant plant life, Mt William National Park is a place of constant fascination.

Bay of Fires

The Bay of Fires is a region of white beaches, blue water and orange-hued granite. The northern section of the bay is part of Mount William National Park; the southern end is a conservation area.

St Helens Fishing

St Helens is a popular destination for fishing, and each March the St Helens Game Fishing Classic attracts an increasing number of interstate visitors.

Mt Elephant Pancakes

Don't leave Tasmania without trying "Australia's Best Pancakes. Drop in a try some on your way to or from Bicheno.

Douglas Apsley National Park

Douglas-Apsley is a national park on the east coast of Tasmania (Australia), 149 km northeast of Hobart, and a few kilometres north of Bicheno.