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FISH TALES features spacious 2 bedroom self contained apartments overlooking the bay.

FISH TALES is located in close proximity to beach, bay, fishing ramps and restaurants/eateries

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WATER VIEWS - Fish Tales on the Bay apartments have panoramic water views.


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The beaches around Georges Bay are ideal for swimming, surfing, sailing and surf fishing is very popular.

St Helens is famous for its fishing - Crayfish, scallops, abalone, flounder, bream, cod and game fishing for tuna and marlin is also very popular.

A real appeal of St Helens is The Bay of Fires with its endless beautiful white beach, wonderful aquamarine waters and lovely walks.

St Helens has so much to see and enjoy. Why not book your holiday today at Fish Tales by the Bay, our spacious 2 bedroom apartments will make your stay more enjoyable.

St Helens most affordable holiday accommodation

St Helens has a population of 2000 and is sheltered by Georges Bay and the long headland of St Helens Point, 1,066 hectares (2,500 acres) of which is reserved as a public conservation area.

On the other side of the bay is Humbug Point, which is also a protected environment.

The town was established in the 1830s when tin was discovered in the Blue Tier mountains. The history of the town and the region is told in displays in the St Helens History Room.

The average temperature in January is 23 degrees Celsius (73.5 degrees Fahrenheit), while in June it's a mild 14.5 degrees Celsius (58 degrees Fahrenheit). The town is 163 kilometres (101 miles) from Launceston and 265 kilometres (165 miles) from Hobart.