Gladstone Region | Travel Information

Trying to figure out how you’re going to get to Gladstone and then get around? Here are our travel tips! 

Gladstone Airport
The Gladstone Airport is located 10kms from Gladstone. After arriving you can get your holiday started with these transport options:

  • Car hire
  • Taxi
  • You can catch a flight to Heron Island from here too.
Road and rail
  • Gladstone and surrounds is best discovered on the road with many highways and scenic driving routes in the region.
  • The Tilt-train service can transport you from Brisbane into Gladstone.

Getting to Heron Island
Here is some starting information to get your over to and exploring Heron Island.

  • Fly from Gladstone Airport to the island for an aerial view of the reef.
  • Jump on the ferry from Gladstone Marina.

Explore all of the transport options available below.

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Lake Awoonga Boating and Leisure Hire

Multiple Locations
From AU$10 - 350
The picturesque Lake Awoonga boasts excellent recreational water sport and fishing facilities and is located just a short 20 minute drive, south of Gladstone. Lake Awoonga Boating and Leisure Hire have a wide range of kayaks, boats, stand up paddle boards and a barbecue pontoon that are available for hire seven days a week!

Gladstone Airport

Gladstone, Gladstone Area
Gladstone Airport is located on Aerodrome Road in the suburb of Clinton and is approximately five kilometres from the City Centre and Central Business District. The airport caters primarily for business and leisure travellers and freight activities associated with the region's developed and emerging industry.

Avis Gladstone

Multiple Locations
Avis Gladstone is the Gladstone Region's prominent rental vehicle provider. They specialise in vehicle hire including car hire, commercial vehicles, both light and heavy, including busses with 12 to 25 seats and some speciality trucks.

Gladstone City Library

Gladstone Central, Gladstone Area
Gladstone City Library provide a free library service to those who reside in the area. All new members must produce proof of identity and residency in the Gladstone region. This proof can be in the form of a rates notice, licence (with Gladstone region address), rent receipt or letter from your employer stating that you are living or working in the area.

Miriam Vale Visitor Information Centre

Miriam Vale, Gladstone Area
The Miriam Vale Visitor Information Centre is located along the Bruce Highway, directly in the middle of the township of Miriam Vale This accredited visitor information centre is Staffed by skilled, knowledgeable and passionate locals, who deliver quality information and share wonderful visitor facilities.

Gladstone Visitor Information Centre

Gladstone, Gladstone Area
The accredited, and award winning Gladstone Visitor Information Centre is your one stop shop for local tourism and information services. Their friendly and knowledgeable Volunteer Ambassadors can offer you personalised and unbiased advice on events, activities, attractions, destinations, transport, accommodation and tours in the region.

Agnes Water and Town of 1770 Visitor Information Centre

Agnes Water, Gladstone Area
The Agnes Water and Town of 1770 Visitor Information Centre is located at 71 Springs Road (in the same building as the Library & RTC) in Agnes Water. This accredited Visitor Information Centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including a wide range of maps, brochures, and itineraries.
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