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BIG4 Rollingstone Beach Caravan Resort

14 Hencamp Creek Road, Rollingstone QLD 4816

Rollingstone Beach Caravan Resort - Absolute beach frontage overlooking Palm and Havana Islands. Our large resort pool allows guests to swim year round and the Park has 3 lakes set amongst the sites, full of our beautiful Barramundis. We also have modern amenities, a great camp kitchen for our guests, a kiosk and a basketball court the kids.

We have a variety of accommodation including 2 & 3 bedroom luxury Beachfront villas & 2 bedroom ocean view cabins, Beachfront Ensuite Van Sites, Beachfront Powered Sites, Motorhome Sites, Ensuite Sites, Powered Sites and Unpowered Sites.

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Rowes Bay Caravan Park

Heatley's Parade, Rowes Bay QLD 4810

Rowes Bay Caravan and accommodation Park can truly boast to have the premier location in Townsville, offering a beautiful beachfront outlook with picturesque views of Magnetic Island and is only a short distance from the popular Strand or the city centre.

A wide selection of quality self contained accommodation will suit Families, couples and groups on all budgets.

The accommodation features modern 2 Bedroom Deluxe Villas and Motel Style Studio Rooms, as well as open plan Villas with ensuites, and Cabins, with or without ensuites. Many are well positioned to take advantage of the beautiful sea views and breeze the location provides.

For recreational vehicles such as caravans, motor homes, campervans, camper trailers as well as tents, there are fully serviced, powered sites and large multi use unpowered grassy sites. All the sites are set in cool tropical surrounds and are conveniently located to one of 3 amenities blocks and camp kitchen.

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Burdekin Cascades Caravan Park

228 Queen Street, Ayr QLD 4807

Burdekin Cascades Caravan Park is located 500m from CBD and offers van sites, powered & un-powered camp sites with clean amenities, guest laundry, camp kitchen and BBQ. Park cabins are air conditioned with ensuites, ceiling fans, full cooking facilities, radio & television.

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BIG4 Townsville Woodlands Holiday Park

548 Bruce Highway, Deeragun, Townsville QLD 4810

Set amongst tropical landscaped grounds, BIG4 Townsville Woodlands Holiday Park caters for all your cabin accommodation, caravan, and camping needs. Our friendly staff will assist you with all your holiday requirements. We are located 14kms from the Townsville CBD and within 1km of the local Woolworths Shopping Centre.

We have a variety of self-contained accommodation including Ensuite Cabins and our family friendly Two Bedroom Villas, all with air-conditioning, queen beds, bunks and linen supplied.

We have 76 ensuite powered caravan sites, 40 grass powered sites, and unpowered grass tent sites. Our amenity block has 10 unisex bathrooms and a disabled bathroom.

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Wanderers Holiday Village At Lucinda

49 Bruce Parade, Lucinda QLD 4850

Truly a nature lover's tropical beachside caravan park surrounded by palm trees on the North Queensland coast, only 2 hours drive north of Townsville and opposite the tip of Hinchinbrook Island. The Hinchinbrook Channel offers safe boating, fishing, dugong and sea turtle observation with easy access from Lucinda boat ramp, or perhaps you'd just like to relax on the beautiful beaches. Featuring 140 shady powered sites, 30 campsites, 14 self contained and air conditioned cabins, a well maintained amenities block which surround two shady swimming pools. Other guest facilities include: town water, BBQ, LPG, guest laundry, internet access, recreation room, public phone, ice, boat parking.

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Alva Beach Tourist Park

36 Braby St, Alva Beach, Ayr QLD 4807

Alva Beach Tourist Park is set on five shady acres with coconut palms and hibiscus hedges boasting a quiet tranquil atmosphere. Great fishing, crabbing and bird watching in the waterways, estuaries, ocean and quad friendly beaches. Quiet and secluded sites for vans and motor homes and luxury cabins with or without en-suites are available. Park facilities include swimming pool,camp kitchen, barbecue, guest laundry, kiosk and ice.

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Big4 Ayr Silver Link Caravan Village

34 Norham Road, Ayr QLD 4807

The Big 4 Ayr Silver Link is ideally located back off the highway, only 1.5kms from the town centre. The Ayr golf course is on 500m away, and the village is also central to local fishing spots, birdwatching and wetlands. The types of accommodation available ranges from air-conditioned holiday units, shaded van sites and tent sites.

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BIG4 Walkabout Palms Townsville

6 University Road (Junction of Bruce Highway and Flinders Highway), Townsville QLD 4810

BIG4 Walkabout Palms Townsville is located on the southern access to the city of Townsville. The Property includes Mobil service station and roadhouse. Close proximity to the Cluden Park Racecourse, Lavarack Barracks, Townsville Golf Course and sporting facilities. Minutes drive to Townsville city centre.

Accommodation available:

Villas, Cabins, Caravans and camp sites....

Fully Self Contained STANDARD CABINS include kitchen with microwave, air conditioning, television and DVD player.

Fully Self Contained DELUXE ENSUITE VILLAS sleep up to 8 persons and includes 2 Bedrooms and spacious living area with fold out sofa bed, kitchen with microwave, air conditioning, ensuite, television and DVD player

Fully Self Contained 1 BEDROOM VILLAS include kitchen with microwave, air conditioning, ensuite, television and DVD player

Fully Self Contained DOUBLE ENSUITE VILLAS sleep 2 people.

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Black River Stadium

700 Black River Rd, Townsville QLD 4810

Welcome Nomads one and all, come on in and check us out. You will find wide open sites suited to all size rigs, especially big long ones, and if you are travelling with friends then you can all circle your wagons in a group together, as our sites are so large.

We have a very quiet secure park with high tension fencing all around. The Park Gate is Locked at 6 pm every night. Gate keys are available at check in with a $20 refundable deposit paid. So you can sleep with quiet confidence your assets are safe in our park.

Townsville Helicopters

149 Old Common Road, Rowes Bay QLD 4810
Townsville Helicopters provides a range of helicopter services including scenic flights, customised charter and island transfers from Townsville Airport. Aside from Townsville itself, popular destinations for sight seeing and charter are Magnetic Island, The Great Barrier Reef, Hinchinbrook Island and Wallaman Falls; however the choice of destination is almost limitless....

Toomulla Beach

Toomulla Beach, Townsville QLD 4810
This secluded beach is a great spot for birdwaters and family outings. With a designated free tent and vehicle camping area and views across the ocean, Toomulla Beach is a perfect beachside retreat. Launch for a day of fishing from the boat ramp. Toomulla Beach is an ideal location enjoy the unwind and escape everyday hustle and bustle. ...

Inkerman Hill

Mount Inkerman Lookout Road, Home Hill QLD 4806
Inkerman Hill, a 10 minute drive south of the township of Home Hill, provides an excellent vantage point to take in the surrounding countryside. With an elevation of around 215 metres above sea level at the summit, local farms, the township of Home Hill, and some waterways around the Groper Creek area and Cape Upstart are visible. The broad delta plains irrigated from the Burdekin aquifer become apparent. The road to the top of the hill is also scenic, and a popular trek for locals in the early morning and late afternoon. Many fitness enthusiasts park their vehicles in the parking area at the base of the hill, to walk the road to the top. A picnic area is located at the summit of Mt Inkerman. Bring your own water as there are no taps. A dial at the lookout points out the direction to a variety of distant places. Keep an eye out for rock wallabies which inhabit the hillsides. The road to the top is not suitable for trucks, buses, caravans and trailers. ...

Magnetic Island

Magnetic Island, Magnetic Island QLD 4819
Escape to a tropical island paradise surrounded by secluded bays, golden beaches and activities to excite everyone. With 23 beaches and bays and just a 20 minute ferry ride from Townsville, Magnetic Island has the natural beauty and serenity of an untouched paradise within a thriving community. The rocky granite headlands fuse with sheltered bays and beaches, studded with majestic hoop pines, which create a dramatic and spectacular coastline. Over two-thirds of the Island is classified as National Park, providing a haven for native wildlife including rock wallabies, koalas, possums and more than 100 different bird species. The Island has a range of accommodation including hotels and resorts, self-contained apartments, bed and breakfasts, holiday house rentals and backpacker hostels. Getting to Magnetic Island is easy with a passenger ferry and car barge available. Once you have docked, it is straight into island life. Explore at your own pace, take the bus, hire a scooter, jet ski or topless car. For those who love outdoor adventures explore the wilderness by riding or walking along the networks of tracks available. There are plenty of outdoor activities to keep you busy including boat trips, parasailing, snorkelling tours, bus tours, water sports, golf, diving expeditions, jet skiing, great fishing and horse riding. ...

Live Entertainment at Magnetic Island

Magnetic Island, Magnetic Island QLD 4819
Live music and evening entertainment is plentiful on Magnetic Island with terrific local talent ranging from rock to reggae. Base Magnetic Island hosts the 'Full Moon Down Under' once a month! Headlined by Australian and international acts the party brings a mix of locals and visitors to dance the night away. For a night of family fun and a good laugh head to the Arcadia Island Tavern at 8pm on a Wednesday night to witness the world famous Bufonidaes (cane toads) races. The concept of the race is simple. All the toads are placed in a plastic container in the centre of a circle, then the container is removed: the first toad to go outside the circle is the winner. If you love a good comedy cabaret show, enjoy a hilarious evening and delicious meal with the professional entertainers from Stage Door Theatre Restaurant. ...

Exhibition Launch: Generation: Umbrella Annual Members Prize and An Island Almanac

482 Flinders Street, Townsville QLD 4810
"Generation: Umbrella Annual Members' Prize 2016" - Umbrella Studio reaches a milestone in 2016 by turning 30 years old. This year, the theme Generation invites our artist members' to reflect upon how Umbrella has impacted this generation of artists in Townsville or their own interpretation of the word generation. The exhibition has a AUD1,000 artist prize sponsored by Sister City Partners. "An Island Almanac" - A Vault Space exhibition of 12 mixed media artworks by 12 Magnetic Island artists. Each framed work depicts a personal view of a month on Magnetic Island. Free entry - cash bar....

Full Moon Down Under - Base Magnetic Island

1 Nelly Bay Road, Magnetic Island QLD 4819
The Biggest Island Party In Australia, at Townsville - Queensland. For the last 5 years, Full Moon Down Under has become one of Queensland's, and Australia's most iconic events. Full Moon is staged monthly and set on the ridiculously beautiful Magnetic Island's Nelly Beach. We hand pick our artists, bringing the biggest acts Australia and the world has to offer so they can commit to delivering an explosive night full of entertainment. With up to 3,000 people from different parts of the world travelling to experience their unique island party, you can expect nothing less then fire twirlers, body paint, plenty of colour and good times! From sunset to sunrise, it is a night you may or may not remember...

SeaLink Queensland

Sir Leslie Thiess Drive, Townsville QLD 4810
SeaLink Queensland is your one-stop-shop for your visit to beautiful North Queensland. From day tours, accommodation, transport and activities - SeaLink Queensland can help you plan the ultimate Aussie adventure! Specialising in Townsville and the magnificent Magnetic Island, they can also help you with holiday information and bookings from Fraser Island to Cape Tribulation! Enjoy a half day snorkel tour around Magnetic Island, dine on a bush tucker breakfast with the koalas at the islands Koala Sanctuary or be entertained with a dinner and show at Magnetic Island's very own Theatre Restaurant. Find SeaLink Queensland in two locations - Breakwater Terminal, Townsville and Nelly Bay Terminal, Magnetic Island. SeaLink Queensland are also an award winning ferry service providing the quickest link to Magnetic Island (20 minutes) with 18 daily return services between Townsville and Magnetic Island. Cruise over in air-conditioned comfort and enjoy a relaxing drink at the bar....

Taylors Beach

Taylors Beach, Ingham QLD 4850
Taylors Beach is a quiet beachside community centrally located between Forrest Beach and Lucinda and known by locals as an angler's paradise. With Orpheus Island and fringing reefs only a short distance away, Taylors Beach offers a wide variety of fish. Grab a fishing rod and prepare for some serious relaxation when you head to Taylors Beach. ...
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Adventurers Backpackers Resort

79 Palmer Street, South Townsville QLD 4810
Fun and friendly are some of the words that most people would use to illustrate Adventurers Backpackers. They endeavour to provide travellers with the best possible experience of Townsville and the region, as part of that they can rely on comfortable and inexpensive accommodation. With three levels and up to 100 rooms, they start with the share dorms, other rooms consist of twins, doubles, single private and family rooms. All rooms have fridges, lockers, ceiling fans, air conditioners and crisp white sheets. Onsite facilities include a large stainless steel kitchen (plates and cutlery provided) with free tea and coffee, games room lounge room with television, two laundries, roof top pool, reception, internet café, convenience store, and on site undercover parking. Also new to Adventurers Resort is an Indian restaurant. Adventurers Resort is a short 10 to 15 minute stroll into the Central Business District along the trendy cafe and restaurant area of Townsville. So if you're searching for the most accommodating, friendly and relaxing time whilst visiting Townsville and surrounds you can find these things at your fingertips when staying at Adventurers Backpackers.
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Island Leisure Resort

6 Kelly Street, Magnetic Island QLD 4819
Island Leisure Resort is a small boutique resort. Their self-contained Polynesian bure-style units have a kitchen, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, television and outdoor dining patio. The resort is immersed in one acre of beautifully landscaped tropical gardens with a huge lagoon pool and spa. Other facilities include a full size tennis court, games room, licensed snack bar, poolside barbecue area, guest laundry and library. Free wireless internet is available to resort guests. You can choose from Queen or Superior Queen Bures accommodating a maximum of two adults and Family Bures accommodating a maximum of two adults and two children (up to 15 years). Only 50 metres to the beach and five minutes walk to restaurants and shops, a full tour desk and management are on site. Ideally located in Nelly Bay, a 15 minute walk from the ferry terminal or jump on the island buses at the front of the ferry terminal (a small charge applies). Limited taxis are available....


Thuringowa, Thuringowa Central QLD 4817
Thuringowa extends over an area of 4000 square kilometres and today is a thriving area offering art exhibitions, theatres and performance, swimming lagoons, sporting venues, dining and shopping and plenty of options for family entertainment and fun! The Riverway precinct located in Thuringowa offers a dynamic combination of residential, commercial, cultural, sports and leisure activities. The precinct provides an exciting environment to enjoy a variety of water based and waterfront activities. With two huge swimming lagoons, the Riverway Arts Centre, Pinnacles Gallery, the Riverwalk, public art, village spine, restaurant, and parklands, there truly is so much to explore. Thuringowa's main dining precinct is known as Cannon Park. Cannon Park is a lifestyle centre including a six screen cinema complex and a fantastic selection of cafes and restaurants. Located diagonally across from Willows Shopping Centre on Hervey Range Road and Riverway, it also houses Townsville's only Kingpin Bowling Lounge and laser skirmish and is nearby to a roller skate rink and indoor sports complex. ...

MagnetiCon - Townsville Pop Culture Event

Murray Lyons Crescent, Annandale QLD 4814
Townsville's first Pop Culture Event was held on July 2 and 3, 2016 and was a roaring success, so they are set to bring everything pop culture to Townsville on June 3 and 4, 2017. They will have movie stars, cosplayers from Australia and the United States of America as well as cartoonist that have done work from the Simpsons to My Little Pony. Come try the Zombie obstacle course, go down Artist Alley, see Doctor Who's Tardis a Dalek and you might even see someone dressed up as the eleventh Doctor. They will have memorabilia from Civic Video - Fairfield Water Movies and Collectibles (Platinum Sponsor) on site as well. They have vendors travelling from Sydney and all over Queensland selling everything pop culture so they can't wait to see you in Tropical North Queensland during their beautiful winter 17 to 26 degrees....

Wallaman Falls, Girringun National Park

Turn off via Bruce Highway, Ingham QLD 4850
You'll be amazed when you stand in front of Wallaman Falls, Australia's highest permanent single drop waterfall, located in Girringun National Park. In between the forest clad ridge tops and rainforest lined gullies and creeks, Wallaman Falls stands at 268 metres. Experience the beauty of World Heritage listed rainforest and spectacular gorge views on one of the short walking tracks near the falls. Girringun National Park is also the gateway to the Wet Tropics Great Walks. Discover plunging waterfalls, lush gorges and inspirational views as you tackle one of the two day walks that start from Wallaman Falls and trek down the Herbert River valley. ...


Mutarnee, Mutarnee QLD 4816
Located approximately 45 minutes north of Townsville on the Bruce Highway, Mutarnee is a small peaceful hamlet nestled on the banks of beautiful Crystal Creek. At the local caravan park there's a small shop and service station and just a minute down the road you'll find the Crystal Creek boat ramp. From this easy access point, boaties can safely navigate their way along Crystal Creek to the Coral Sea. It takes no more than a few minutes and the scenery makes it well worth the effort. Conditions are great for serious sea fishing so remember to pack your rod, bait and tackle. On the other side of Mutarnee you'll find the dramatic Paluma National Park which is overflowing with beautiful natural attractions and things to see and do. The road up the mountain takes you through rich, lush rainforest and past cascading waterfalls, rockslides and clear water rock pools. At the top of the mountain you can swim at the old stone bridge and admire this quaint hand-made structure up close. At plenty of spots throughout the park you'll find picnic areas and barbecues to make your visit even more enjoyable. Accommodation at Mutarnee is limited to camping, caravanning and self-contained cabins, however motels, hotels and backpacker hostels can be found at Ingham just 15 minutes further north....

Ross River

Ross River, Townsville QLD 4810
The Ross River hosts a wide range of sporting and leisure activities. Riverwalk, a three metre wide pathway which overlooks the beautiful Ross River, runs along the river and provides numerous opportunities to enjoy its natural beauty. The Riverway, Loam Island and Pioneer Park developments offer a dynamic combination of residential, commercial, cultural, sports and leisure activities. With two huge swimming lagoons, Riverway Arts Centre, Pinnacles Gallery, the Riverwalk, public art, village spine, restaurant and parklands there are plenty of activities here for everyone. The area is a year round visitor destination with an annual calendar of events including festivals, Christmas festivities, New Year's Eve, Australia Day Celebrations, as well as food, wine, art and sporting events. The precinct provides an excellent environment to enjoy a variety of water-based and waterfront activities. Skiing, wakeboarding and fishing are all popular activities on the water. Ross River also offers some excellent bird watching opportunities, particularly from Pioneer Park, Loam Island, Apex Park and Dam Park. ...

Home Hill

Home Hill, Home Hill QLD 4806
Situated on the southern side of the Burdekin Bridge (known as the Silver Link) with an economy driven by sugar and agriculture, Home Hill offers landscapes dominated by lush green canefields as well as access to some of North Queensland's finest produce. Start your experience in Home Hill with panoramic views of the regions towns, farmlands, wetlands, waterways and coastline from Inkerman Hill. Take in the pristine beauty provided by nature's greens and blues and enjoy a skyline that seems to go on forever. Other attractions include the historic World War Two radar stations which can be found on Charlies Hill and for a step back in time take a stop at Tom's Toybox to view a private collection of working farm machinery from yesteryear. The township of Home Hill was established in 1913 from land carved out of the Inkerman Downs Station and is located just 12 kilometres south of Ayr. The two towns are linked via the Burdekin Bridge, the districts best known landmark standing at an impressive 1,103m long and larger than the Sydney Harbour Bridge. To walk across the famous landmark, park near the Lion's Diorama at the southern approach to the bridge and head to the pedestrian walkway. While in Home Hill, visit the Ashworth's Tourist Centre to discover murals that depict the district's rural life and view original Islander artworks at Zaro's Cultural Gallery. Visit the Silver Link Interpretive Centre, which opened in 2007 to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Burdekin River Bridge. Located in the main street of Home Hill, the centre tells the history of the bridge through more than 120 photographs. The Comfort Stop in the centre of town is a clean, modern facility with free restroom, shower and barbecue. There is ample parking for caravans and motorhomes. ...

Charlie's Hill

Charlies Hill Road, Home Hill QLD 4806
2015 marks 70 years since the Radar Station at Charlie's Hill ceased operations after World War II. If you visit this historical site, you'll see igloos of reinforced concrete which provided bomb-proof protection for the radar equipment. The wooden towers which supported the transmitting and receiving aerials have been removed. However, you may find foundations from various structures near the igloos. The buildings are listed in the Queensland Heritage Register because of the site's historical and military significance. Charlie's Hill is a six minute drive south of the township of Home Hill. ...

Townsville Tennis Centre

32 Burke Street, North Ward QLD 4810
The Townsville Tennis Centre, North Ward is the largest and most modern tennis centre in North Queensland. It is located only five minutes from Central Business District and 10 minutes from Townsville airport. The centre has 12 plexipave tennis courts and all are lit for night play. The centre has also a clubhouse, a bar and barbecue facilities. It caters for corporate social functions, public court hire, coaching of juniors and adults. At the centre a comprehensive junior development program is conducted as well as night fixtures and daytime ladies fixtures and premier league. Public is most welcome....

Keeper Reef Dive Site

Keeper Reef, Townsville QLD 4810
Located off Townsville, Keeper Reef offers a wonderful dive for those that love to explore healthy coral gardens. It is easy to get lost at this dive site as the coral gardens are divided by ridges and bommies, creating a coral maze. Some of the best corals at Keeper Reef are the beautiful gorgonians and spikey soft corals. Going no deeper than 16 metres divers will see schools of fusiliers, coral trout, rabbitfish, batfish, turtles, whitetip reef sharks, sweetlips and barramundi cod. There are also plenty of ledges to investigate, which are home to crayfish, rock cods, squirrelfish and shrimps....

Broadwater Camping Ground, Abergowrie State Forest

Abergowrie State Forest, Ingham QLD 4850
Broadwater camping area, in Abergowrie State Forest, provides a large, open, grassy setting surrounded by tall, open eucalypt forests. Camping permits are required and fees apply. A tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site. This is an e-permit camping area therefore all camping must be booked in advance; self-registration is no longer available. Fires are only permitted in the fire rings provided. Campers need to bring firewood as it is no longer supplied and must not be collected from Abergowrie State forest. ...

Mount Spec, Paluma Range National Park

Turn off via Bruce Highway, Paluma QLD 4816

Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive

252 Walker Street, Townsville QLD 4810
Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive is one of Townsville's longest established dive training and marine tourism operators. They specialise in providing snorkelling and diving trips as well as training of divers as part of a full dive service. Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive strives to exceed their guests' expectations in all aspects of their business. Join them today and dive the spectacular Yongala Wreck, or snorkel and dive the Great Barrier Reef. The SS Yongala Wreck is one of Australia's best dive sites! The Yongala Wreck is a national historical wreck that lies within Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The wreck begins at 14 metres below the surface and sits on a sandy bottom at 29 metres. The artefacts, marine life and variety of corals that cover the wreck are spectacular. This is a must do dive for all certified divers! Or visit the pristine Lodestone Reef located on the Great Barrier Reef with their friendly and professional crew. Their day trip is a perfect way to enjoy unlimited snorkelling, introductory scuba dives or two certified dives. Both snorkelers and divers will be exhilarated witnessing the spectacular marine life that Lodestone has to offer whilst being immersed in tropical crystal clear water....

Ingham Cemetery

Sir Arthur Fadden Drive, Ingham QLD 4850
The Ingham Cemetery depicts the area's strong Mediterranean influences with a magnificent display of tile mausoleums. Undoubtedly, the southern European mausoleums in the Catholic section of the cemetery are quite noticeable. The older style mausoleums are constructed from white stucco and marble, the traditional materials, and contain gothic style windows and doors. The more recent ones are more commonly flat-roofed with parapet surrounds and finished with terrazzo and tiles. ...
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Bluewater Caravan Park

41420 Bruce Highway, Yabulu QLD 4818
Bluewater Caravan Park is a pet friendly park set amongst 55 acres of native bushland and landscaped gardens and boasts the largest sites in North Queensland. The park is just 20 minutes north of the Townsville Central Business District. It is the ideal location to base yourself for day trips to local sandy beaches, Paluma and Girringun National Parks and magnificent Magnetic Island. Accommodation options include fully self-contained studio rooms and tourist cabins, large unpowered and powered sites with some offering the convenience of an ensuite. Facilities include a swimming pool, fully equipped camp kitchen with free gas barbecue and fire pit. The kiosk offers cold drinks, milk and ice as well as a free book exchange. The three amenities blocks have coin operated laundries. An easy access dump point is located within the park....

Australian Institute of Marine Science

Cape Cleveland Road Cape Ferguson, Townsville QLD 4810
The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) is a leader in tropical marine science. The Institute is consistently ranked among the top one per cent of specialist research institutions internationally and is known for its unique capacity to investigate topics from broad-scale ecology to microbiology. AIMS is committed to the protection and sustainable use of Australia's marine resources. Its research programs support the management of tropical marine environments around the world, with a primary focus on the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, the pristine Ningaloo Marine Park in Western Australia and northwest Australia. Public tours are available including data projection shows, information on research and guided tours of the facility....


Turn off via Bruce Highway, Bluewater QLD 4818
Pack a picnic and relax by the picturesque fresh water creek at Bluewater. Access to the creek is via the Bluewater Store (near the bridge), or Bluewater Park. Facilities include barbecues, toilets, showers and play equipment and a designated area is available for limited free tent and vehicle camping. The Urban Forest is adjacent to Bluewater Park. There is a fitness trail over 800 metres long with eight activity stations located along a pathway surrounded by over 7000 trees. A boat ramp is also available off Bluewater Drive, via Jaloonda Road. ...

Herbert River Museum

4 Macrossan Street, Halifax QLD 4850
Learn about the history of the Hinchinbrook region and discover a treasure chest of historical artefacts at the Herbert River Museum. Located on Macrossan Street in Halifax, the Museum offers an interesting step back in time and is co-located with the local gallery. For those wanting to view more of their Local History, the Herbert River Museum/Gallery can be found in the old Shaw's Building, Macrossan Street, Halifax. ...