The Humbug Point Nature Reserve, Georges Bay St Helens offers a large campground area with excellent water access. This site is accessed off Binalong Bay Road, north of St. Helens. This is a very popular area for bushwalking and for bird watching. From St. Helens take the Binalong Bay Road and travel for a distance of app. 7 kilometres, then turn right into the Humbug Point Nature Reserve. Travel a further 800 metres and turn right at a fork in the road where you will find a large camping area, complete with excellent shade. Suitable for campervans, motorhomes, and caravans. St Helens is the largest town on Tasmania's northeast coast. It is located on Georges Bay, off the Tasman Highway, app. 160 km east of Tasmania's second-largest city, Launceston. In the early 2000s, the town was one of the fastest-growing areas of Tasmania and reached a population of just over 2000 as at the 2006 census. St Helens is part of the Break O'Day Council; a council that includes the surrounding town of Binalong Bay. There is space at Humbug Point Nature Reserve Campground for big rigs and there is a place to launch your boat. Without a doubt, this is one of Tasmania's best campsites and features excellent fishing in Georges Bay. Carry your own water and firewood. Turn right off Binalong Bay Rd at the sign to Moulting Bay, 7 km north of the town of St Helens. The camping area is on an access track to the right, app. 1 km from the turn-off. See also: Bay Of Fires Camping, Camping Dora Point, Camping St Helens Point, Policemans Point Camping, Grants Lagoon Camping, Jeanneret Beach Camping, Camping Swansea, Camping Moulting Bay, Camping Dianas Basin, Camping Mt William
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