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St Helens, Beach intro. No town on Tasmania's northeast coast is bigger than St Helens, a hive of water-based activity and among the Australian island's fastest growing communities. This town, like its namesake on the Isle of Wight, is known for its beaches, all of which are within easy access of St Helens Beach hotels. Georges Bay features a 50kms coastline where visitors can both swim safely and challenge the surfing waves, which sometimes tower over the large white sand dunes so prevalent here. Those who venture beneath Georges Bay's surface will discover underwater cave networks and extensive forests of kelp. Another vast ocean beach awaits visitors to the St Helens Point State Reserve, where the low Peron Dunes dominate the landscape. This is also known as Tasmania's game fishing capital and, each March, anglers from throughout Australia come here to try their luck in the local fishing competition. Amateur anglers, however, may either fish from the beach, charter a boat to the bay, or try to hook one of the trout which swim in the Scamander River all year-round.
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