Visitors to St Helens Tasmania in fully self-contained recreational vehicles will find short-term parking on the corner of Tully St & Young Streets St Helens. Stays are strictly limited to 24 hours only and are free of charge. Potable water and a dump point are also found at the St Helens RV overnight stop. St Helens is the largest town in the north-east coast of Tasmania and is located on Georges Bay. This pretty seaside fishing nad tourst village is close to Binalong Bay and the popular Bay of Fires. St Helens is located app. 165 kilometres east of Launceston and 265 kilometres North East if Hobart. St Helen is known as the game fishing capital of Tasmania, and is surrounded by scenic white, pristine sand, making it a popular tourist destination for both fishermen and holiday makers. St Helens is the ideal base to explore the north-east coast of Tasmania. It is a short drive to explore the popular camping Bay of Fires area, which extends to Eddystone Point and the Mt William National Park campgrounds. A popular activity in St Helens is the relatively easy, one hour return walk to St Helens Point where you will find spectacular Peron Dunes and ocean beaches.