Queechy Cottages

Address: 2 Tasman Highway , St Helens, Tasmania, 7216, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 2 Tasman Highway , St Helens.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsQueechy Cottages St Helens

      Reviewed by bnjsmith

      Great family sized units

      Reviewed Jan 12, 2013
      by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Nice sized units for families good pricing too.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by woodsman

      Cabin on high

      Reviewed Nov 23, 2012
      by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Better than a caravan park cabin. Plenty of space.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Queechy Cottages St Helens

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from St Helens

      Safari Day 4 And I Am Up For More

      A travel blog entry by simonejacob on Nov 13, 2014

      71 photos

      ... at a remote timber service station. It was a good chance to catch up with Josie who I had hardly seen on this trip, plus the other guys we knew.

      While I waited for fuel (smaller tank again), Jake and Glen bought salad rolls and nectarines for lunch, stashing them for later.

      Lunch was timed perfectly with the crossing of the Nile River, a crystal clear rocky river where some riders had been for a swim. Jake's salad ...

      East Coast Tasmania

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

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... br>
      We stop in Scamander and walk around a forest reserve. They have the tallest white gums in the world here.
      We stop at Humbug Bay conservation area at the Dora point camp site for a couple of days of walking and swimming and snorkelling . It has flush toilets, a cold shower and separate little camp sites like most national parks, it is good.We have only 10 days left so the decision has to be made what we want to see and which way we go to do ...

      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 ...

      Day 5 Bay of Fires

      A travel blog entry by matmallo on Jan 13, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the many campsites along the shore before settling in one of them. There were big boulders with characteristic orange lichen to clamber over. The wind was too cold to entice us to swim though we managed to walk along the beach after dinner. Very coarse sand made it a different ...

      Heading up Tassie east coast

      A travel blog entry by tomndian on Mar 09, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... all worth it.
      Coles Bay has a good tavern for a well earned beer after the walk. We catch up with Greg & Lenore again. Wine tasting at Freycinet wines we had to do.
      The village of Bicheno is the largest town on the coast, so we managed to stock up on supplies.
      After leaving Freycinet we head up the coast to St Helens. The scenery along the way is spectacular.
      Wish you could be here with us
      Tom and Di and Pajero & Caravan ...