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Ciabatta By Damien Tosh

Idalia, Townsville Area

Price Range * Dinner from $20 - $30 (AUD)

Smart, contemporary cuisine has arrived at the heart of Fairfield Waters with Ciabatta Restaurant by Damien Tosh. The pleasant, candlelit dining room is a comfortable environment for a leisurely three-course dinner. The internationally-inspired menu brings guests tasty dishes from across the globe, from charred prosciutto scallops to szechuan peppered soft shell crab. Wood fired pizzas are a house speciality and are perfect for sharing amongst family and friends.

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Fully Licensed (no BYO)

Price Range

Mains $20 - $30 (AUD)

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18 Village Drive
Idalia, Townsville Area
Queensland
Australia

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Pilgrim Sailing offers lunchtime and twilight cruises around Magnetic Island. Pilgrim is also available for private charter for the day or overnight. Longer overnight trips available up to the Palm Islands (weather permitting). For day charters/cruises Pilgrim is licensed for up to 24 guests and the itinerary will be tailored to suit the group. For overnight charters Pilgrim is the ultimate personal experience with only four guests on a large yacht (58 feet) with two full time crew. It is perfect for couples looking for a relaxing holiday, groups of friends wanting to learn to sail or parents wanting to find a way to distract the kids. Activities on all charters can include sailing, snorkelling, paddle-boarding, exploring, bush-walking, whale-watching (in season). There are two hammocks which can be hung on the foredeck while at anchor in a secluded bay. Pilgrim Sailing has been in business since 2010 in Sydney and since 2015 has expanded into Queensland for the winter seasons. The business is owned and operated by a down to earth couple - Paul and Clare. Pilgrim, the yacht, is one of a kind, custom built to the highest standards. She is loved by sailors and non sailors alike.

Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive

Multiple Locations
From AU$210 - 880
Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive is Townsville's longest established dive training and marine tourism operator. They specialise in providing snorkelling and diving trips as well as training of divers as part of a full dive service. Adrenalin 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 Outer Great Barrier Reef. The SS Yongala Wreck is Australia's best dive site! 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 snorkellers and divers will be exhilarated witnessing the spectacular marine life that Lodestone has to offer whilst being immersed in tropical crystal clear water.
From AU$50 - 150
Townsville Scenic and Military Tours Australia offer half and full day tours. They operate three main products: a City Sight-Seeing tour, a Standard Military tour and their Signature Tour that only runs on Sundays. The Military Tours run in the morning and the Scenic Tours in the afternoon. You are able to select the tours separately or combine both for a full day of entertainment. The City History and Iconic Sights tour has been designed to be the ideal start to any Townsville holiday covering the cities general history and takes in the best of the cities iconic sights. The tour takes in the Central Business District, Castle Hill, Kissing Point, Strand, Palmer Street, Marina, Casino and Port. Plenty of photo opportunities and is a great way to discovery this unique, beautiful city. Townsville's Military history is extensive, their Military tours offer a personalised, unique and interactive tour that connects with this rich history. The tours provide an in-depth look at Townsville's Military heritage with various defence sites, museums, memorials, monuments, barracks and more all featured on the itinerary. With the help of experienced and knowledgeable guides discover those inspiring true stories that helped to forge our culture and society.

Sea Kayak Eco Adventures

Multiple Locations
From AU$60 - 85
"We take only photos and leave only footprints". Magnetic Island Sea Kayaks is one of the oldest running operations on the east coast established in 1993, they operate the Island's only Advanced Ecotourism Certified tour and the regions first Australian Climate Action Business. Discover World Heritage Magnetic Island's National and Marine Parks from the quiet of your kayak on their fun and adventurous multi-award winning tours. Paddle within metres of huge granite boulders to marvel at the coastline's rugged beauty. Drift over sea grass beds and coral gardens without disturbing the environment to view nature in the wild on the Island's most informative and only true environmentally friendly tour. View nature in the wild on Magnetic Island's only environmentally friendly tours as you discover its World Heritage National and Marine Park from the quiet of your kayak. Choose from a Morning Tour including tropical breakfast on a secluded, picturesque beach, or reflect over your day with a leisurely paddle and a drink on their Sunset Tour.

World Theatre, The

Charters Towers, Charters Towers Area
Free Entry
Explore the World Theatre, a cultural complex where the unique blend of heritage architecture and state of the art technology meet. Browse at your own leisure and check with the friendly staff for details of the live shows, movie times, morning melodies and the free local and touring exhibitions of art, sculpture, photography and more. For an interesting insight into the past ask the staff to tell you the story of the 'Murder on Mosman'.

Stock Exchange Arcade

Charters Towers, Charters Towers Area
Free Entry
Imagine back to the days of the 1800s, when the gold rush was at its prime and the township of Charters Towers was the second largest city in Queensland. An arcade was designed by Sydney architect Mark Day and built by Sandbrook Brothers of Sydney in 1888 for local civic leader and businessman Alexander Malcolm. Known then as the Royal Arcade, it housed one of Australia's first regional stock exchanges, the Charters Towers Stock Exchange from 1890. At one time the price of gold was set in that very Arcade, an indication of the importance of the Charters Towers' economy at the time. Today, the stockbroker's offices have been converted into shops and make for an interesting insight into the buildings history. Wander through the Don Roderick Gallery, enjoy the building's magnificent architecture and don't miss the "Calling of the Card," a ghostly reminder of Charters Towers' golden days.

Barra Fun Park

Kelso, Townsville Area
From AU$29 - 29
Barra Fun Park is set on 25 acres of beautifully landscaped surrounds. It is Townsville's largest outdoor activity park and offers a variety of attractions. There are big and small barra dams where you can catch a barramundi, a huge inflatable water park full of slides, obstacles and trampolines, two inline cable skis for wakeboarding or skiing, a massive jumping pillow, slip n slide, toboggan rides and water bikes. Catering to all ages, it is loads of outdoor fun for everyone. Open every weekend and every day of Queensland school holidays it is the perfect spot for families, kid's parties, work functions. With a fully licensed bar and lots of shady barbecue areas as well as a kiosk facility, you will be pleasantly surprised at what the newly expanded Barra Fun Park has to offer.

Rollingstone Park

Rollingstone, Townsville Area
Free Entry
Pitch your tent and relax by the freshwater creek at Rollingstone Park. With a free designated tent and vehicle camping area, this is a great spot for a weekend getaway and cool down in the freshwater swimming area. Regular community markets are also held there, on the first Saturday of each month from April to September from 8am to noon. Rollingstone also boasts a Museum, the restored Rollingstone Railway Station filled with historical mementos of the area, as well as a network of interpretive historic signage. Contact the Rollingstone Historical Society for more information on the history of the area, and the markets. Other facilities include the local pub which is a community landmark and a popular stopover for day visitors to enjoy local bands and arts and crafts markets. Rollingstone also has a beach caravan resort a little further down the Highway.

Venus Gold Battery

Charters Towers, Charters Towers Area
From AU$15 - 15
Located on the outskirts of Charters Towers, the Venus Gold Battery offers an insight into an amazing real life gold rush of the late nineteenth century. The Battery is of national cultural significance as the largest surviving Battery relic in Australia and the oldest surviving Battery in Queensland. Constructed in 1872, it was a public or custom mill in its prime and became a State Battery in 1919 to provide ore crushing facilities for small miners long after other mills had closed. It ceased commercial operations in 1973 after a century of service. Guided tours are available daily. One of the highlights is a fascinating film presentation that shows not only the process of extracting gold from ore, but also the story of the Battery's working life and some of its ghosts.

Dalrymple National Park

Charters Towers, Charters Towers Area
Free Entry
Ancient lava flows, fossilised limestone and the Burdekin River, the largest river in Queensland, are features of this park in the Charters Towers area. Mount Keelbottom rises 130 metres above the surrounding plain and part of the old Dalrymple township site can be found in the park. It was one of the first inland settlements in northern Australia and has links with the discovery of gold in the area in the mid-1800s. Parts of the township are privately owned. Please respect private property signs. In the dry season, bush camp along the sandy edges of the Burdekin River. Explore the undeveloped walking trails that follow the river and Fletcher Creek, and discover basalt flows and a peaceful riverside setting. Longer hikes to Mount Keelbottom should only be undertaken by well-equipped and experienced walkers. Watch waterbirds from the river's edge. Ride trail-bikes and mountain bikes on the internal roads through the park.
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