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Townsville and Region Attractions
Everything you could expect from a tropical Australian city. Townsville offers its visitors access to the outback, rainforest and the reef.

Reef HQ
The world's largest coral reef aquarium. Walk through the tunnel and view the predators of the deep including sharks, trout, groper and trevally. See the small aqauria containing eels, sea snakes, sea horses and star fish or take the kids to the touch pools for a hands on experience.

Award Winning Billabong Sanctuary
A fauna park with Australian native animals in their natural surrounds. Highlights of the park include koalas, kangaroos, pythons, crocodiles and cassowaries.

Heritage Centre
Contains heritage houses furnished to the period. Take a tour of the museum and purchase some souvenirs and handicrafts at the gift shop.

Castle Hill
Offers magnificent views of Townsville , Magnetic Island and Cleveland Bay.

Omnimax Theatre
A unique 18 metre dome screen.

Flinders Mall Cotter's Market
The largest arts and crafts market in north Queensland featuring farm fresh tropical fruits, vegetables, handcrafted souvenirs, snacks, drinks and plants.

Anzac Memorial Park
Townsville's premier waterfront park featuring the cenotaph, the Coral Sea Memorial and a commemorative fountain.

Maritime Museum of Townsville
Displays of regional, national and international maritime history including ship models, artefacts, photos, paintings, machinery and pearl diving exhibits.

Jupiter's Casino
Townsville's world class casino featuring games such as roulette, black jack, poker and keno.

Pallarenda Beach
A popular recreational spot for families, offering the best access to the stone jetty and tracks that lead to the ruins of World War 2 gunning emplacements that sit above Shelley Bay.

Town Common
An environmental park featuring open woodlands, seasonal waterbird habitats, coastal scenery, grasslands, mangroves and hillside vine forests.

Museum of Tropical North Queensland
Opened in June, 2000 features a comprehensive display of the wreck of the Pandora.

The Strand
Newly developed during 1999, the beach follows the curve of Cleveland Bay. Special features include stinger protected beaches, eateries, playgrounds, watersports, Cliff Gardens waterfall, Kissing Point Rockpool and Centenary Fountain.

Queens Gardens
Townsville's original botanic gardens.

The Palmetum
Botanic gardens featuring plants of the Palm Family.

Magnetic Island
Just 20 mins by ferry from Townsville.

 

 

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