Surfside Motor Inn

Address: 269 Tasman Highway, St Helens, Tasmania, 7215, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 269 Tasman Highway, St Helens.
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      East Coast Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Mar 14, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... for members, so thats where we go. Nice hot showers, cook in their camp kitchen, have toast. I have not had toast for awhile as we can not cook toast camping.
      In the morning we drive out over the Tasman Bridge and head for Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula.

      We stop at Eaglehawk and the Tessellated Pavement. A natural rock formation eroded by the sea making the rocks look like tiles.

      We walk along ...

      Bay of Fires , Cozy Corner North

      A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog on Mar 10, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... right next to us , were lovely. Spent lots of time chatting to them. They are farmers so learnt a lot! $14 a bale of hay, the Round ones you see in fields are silage with lots of grasses and weeds in them and are about $56 each. One farmer bought 50 calves for $50, that is how cheap they are because of the drought. They are getting $4 a kg dressed weight (ie ready for packaging) for beef. Unbelievably cheap. The poor farmers. Then their was Jim and Judy. They had ...

      Beautiful Bay of Fires via Scotsdale and Pyengana.

      A travel blog entry by mike_margaret on Feb 23, 2014

      47 photos

      ... lichen covered rocks and admired the scenery of the lagoons and beaches below. We read that the name Bay of Fires was first given by the explorers when they arrived in the bay by ship and saw all the Aboriginal fires dotted along the shore. Now the sight of all the orange coloured lichen growing on the rocks keeps the name alive. By the carpark, Mike spotted a blackberry bush where we enjoyed a little snack of ripe blackberries, something we hadn't tasted for ...

      The day I nearly bit off more than I could chew

      A travel blog entry by julesyscott on Feb 23, 2014

      16 photos

      ... life of me remember what the tourist info lady said I should see there and the sign posts weren't giving anything away! So I continued through the dry landscape with fields almost white having been bleached by the harsh sun. Apart from this feature and the wriggly tin roofs on house I could have been in England. I saw an amazing variety of wildlife, possums, kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, snakes, unfortunately they were all road kill, there seems to be a lot around ...

      Mt William National Park

      A travel blog entry by laurenross on Nov 17, 2013

      5 photos

      Beautiful spot right on the beach and we were they only ones there. Went for a late afternoon drive and saw 27 Wombats, couldn't believe how many there were. They were a lot healthier than the ones we saw at Narawntapu, spoke to my friend Maree the next day and she saw a doco ...