So close to Town but so private. This piece of paradise, (1.97 Hectares), is only 5 minutes drive to the township of St Marys but far enough away to be completely separate from the city life. On over a hectare of native bush with some cleared land , the bird life and natural flora are stunning. If you want to be the next sea changer but still have close access to some of the worlds most beautiful beaches then this ones for you.
REVIEWS (4):"Ahhh St Helens you little dining dichotomy... scared off by the toothless locals and the threat of turkey cheese and cranberry rissoles (with gravy) as a..."read more
REVIEWS (3):"OMG. You should eat here. Seriously. My friend read about this place in some kind of guide book/website. 5 of us decided to go for dinner - but my..."read more
REVIEWS (1):"Dropped by here right before closing but the server was more than happy to assist us. Yeah! As with this area/climate, focus is on sweet wines and pinot..."read more
REVIEWS (1):"We were touring northeastern Tasmania and were ready to call it a night, and thought we'd give the town of St. Marys a try. We rolled in after 9:30 on a..."read more