CStay Holiday Accommodation

Picnic Bay, Magnetic Island, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$55 to AU$70

Welcome to affordable holiday accommodation on magnificent Magnetic Island, just eight kilometres offshore from the city of Townsville, Queensland, Australia. If you want to party hard, CStay is not what you're looking for.

CStay is not your luxurious resort with all the trimmings. Nor is it your low budget, no frills back-packers accommodation. CStay sits very comfortably right in between.

CStay offers 16 private rooms in a guest house style establishment with renovated shared facilities. Rooms are either double or twin with air-conditioning and bar fridge.

Explore the island during the day and make new friends with like-minded people at night as you cook up a feast of local delicacies in the fully-appointed communal kitchen. Enjoy your creations next to the sparkling pool and barbecue area.

However, if you're looking for peace, quiet, clean, affordable accommodation, and a base from where to explore the mysteries and treasures of Magnetic Island, you've just found your home away from home.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Shower
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • Swimming
32 Picnic Street
Picnic Bay, Magnetic Island
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

A Double room has a double bed in it and is provided with airconditioning. All rooms have a bar fridge for guest use.

A hand basin with potable running water, counter and hanging space is provided.

Beds are made and towels, guest soap and complimentary once off refreshments are supplied for double and twin rooms. All rooms have a hand basin with cold running water. Towels are changed every fourth day for longer bookings.

Extra towels and refreshments may be supplied at additional charge.

A Twin Sharing has is furnished with two single beds. Double and twin rooms also have a bar fridge for guest use.

A hand basin with potable running water, counter and hanging space is provided.

Beds are made and towels, guest soap and complimentary once off refreshments are supplied for double and twin rooms. All rooms have a hand basin with cold running water. Towels are changed every fourth day for longer bookings.

Extra towels and refreshments may be supplied at additional charge.

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