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Orchid Guest House

Townsville, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$54 to AU$85

Orchid Guest House offers budget travellers or business visitors the option of staying in a quiet, homely atmosphere, where they can expect a peaceful sleep (no noise after 10pm) and to relax in a tranquil setting amongst the palm trees and orchids. All ages can, if they wish, enjoy the friendly interaction with fellow guests as they unwind from their travelling or the day's activities. Some may decide to use the fully equipped kitchen. There is a free washing machine and line space in the garden. In the backyard there is off street parking or there is a free pick up on arrival from bus, train or ferry. The Airport Bus will drop off or pick up at the door.

Orchid Guest House is only 600 metres from the Townsville City Mall for Sunday markets, shopping and nightclubs and pubs. A supermarket is just 400 metres. A 20 minute walk will bring you to Townsville's beautiful Strand; the Museum; the Aquarium; the Cultural Centre or Casino. Billabong Sanctuary and the Yongala Wreck and Reef trips pick up by arrangement.

The holiday flat is separate from main building and is great for families (no age limit for children). It sleeps five.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Shower
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
34 Hale Street
Townsville, Townsville Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

This room has two single beds, air-conditioning, refrigerator, tea and coffee facilities, a small table and hanging space for clothes, as well as a fully tiled bathroom.

These are single, twin or double rooms. They are bright and clean with a shared bathroom and all linen supplied. They are loved by travellers of all ages on a budget.

These are bright and clean with good beds. The dormitories are popular with groups or backpackers. They have airconditioning, refrigerator, television and all linen is supplied, including doonas.

Queen Ensuite Room

This room has a queen bed, airconditioning, refrigerator, tea and coffee facilities, a small table and hanging space for clothes, as well as a fully tiled bathroom.

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