Located on Tasmania's East Coast the region boasts many coastal towns including: St Helens, Scamander, Falmouth, Four Mile Creek, Beaumaris, Stieglitz, Seymour, Ansons Bay and Binalong Bay as well as inland population centres which include St Marys, Fingal, Mathinna, Mangana, Cornwall, Pyengana, Goshen and Weldborough. This spectacular region also includes the stunning Bay of Fires, Mount William National Park, St Columba Falls, the Blue Tier and portions of the Douglas Apsley National Park.
With an area of 3,809 square kilometres, Break O'Day is one of the largest local government areas in the state. Our population stands at about 6,500 which more than doubles during the summer holiday season. The principal industries in the area are tourism, mining, forestry, agriculture, fishing and aquaculture.
Break O'Day is one of the most diverse areas in Tasmania, so whether you're looking for celebrated natural wilderness, unmatched fishing, historic townships, clean air, friendly people or a mild climate, Break O'Day is the place to be.