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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      Travel Blogs from St Helens

      Scamander to St Helens

      A travel blog entry by billandtrish on Feb 14, 2015

      23 photos

      ... Gardens where the road ends. Beautiful farming land opposite the beach. Lovely country drive...absolutely best of both worlds, farm and coast! Decided not to drive to Ansons Bay...long drive on dirt road. Tuesday: Went for a drive out towards the Blue Tier. This is beautiful farming land, lots of dairies and original tin mining back in the 1880s. We drove some distance on a narrow dirt road. the countryside was beautiful. Rolling green hills, with low ...

      Teatime

      A travel blog entry by diekleine on Nov 22, 2014

      20 photos

      ... lunch there and how long do I need to that place because I want to have a coffee at that lake…" - ahhhhh!) We were glad when we left the visitor center again and at least we kind of knew what we wanted to see now.
      We wanted to go to the Bay of fires this evening. You'll get there from Launcester if you follow a windy road to the east coast what will take you quite a while. On our way we stopped at the Columba Falls that are in the middle of a ...

      Safari Day 4 And I Am Up For More

      A travel blog entry by simonejacob on Nov 13, 2014

      71 photos

      ... made it to the stashing point (we suspect it's still on the counter at St Marys) so he had nectarines for lunch.

      Jacobs Ladder was the next hurdle, where Ben Lomond Road snakes it's way up the side of the dolerite columns and cliffs of Ben Lomond in a rapid ascent, complete with awe inspiring views (I have heard, I couldn't take my eyes off the road at hand) and hairpin turns. The top led to an alpine plateau with a windy ...

      East Coast Tasmania

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

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... in South Bruny island National Park. Walk around to next bay and back find another dead seal on the beach.



      We go on our cruise to the southern ocean on a 12.5 metre Naiad powered by3 low emission 4 stroke outboards. The boat is open with forward facing seats so you get this oversized heavy orange raincoat that has to go over your head, so no long opening to let water in. It goes to your ankles nearly so you can seat on it ...

      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 ...