St Helens

St Helens is a town of approximately 1,449 people situated in the Break O'Day Council in the north-east coast of Tasmania. The town is an entryway to Bay of Fires (Larapuna) with its world renowned coastline, world class mountain bike trails and recreational fishing. The town covers an area of 4.6 square kilometres and has a density of 315 residents per square kilometre (compared to Hobart which covers an area of 1,695.5 square kilometres and has a density of 130 people per square kilometre). The town centre of St Helens contains shops, a supermarket complex, travellers accommodation, food and drink premises, child care centre, schools and library.