Secura Lifestyle The Lakes Townsville

Currajong, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$45 to AU$240

The Lakes Holiday Park is your tropical oasis in the heart of Townsville, located just four kilometres from The Strand and located close to the airport, hospitals, shopping Centres, TAFE and the city centre. Their location is perfect for travellers wishing to visit Magnetic Island and the local attractions of the Townsville region.

The Lakes Holiday Park has a range of self contained cabin accommodation sleeping up to 4, and all their powered sites have their own ensuite, with a 9m x 5m double cement slab (30 feet).

The Lakes Holiday Park is conveniently located next to a variety of takeaway outlets. To top it all off it is only a five minute walk to Castletown Shopping World. Buses depart every half hour from Castletown to all major attractions in Townsville.

Pet friendly sites only at managements discretion.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Communal Shower
  • Laundry
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Rooms

Unit

These 1 bedroom Units have a Queen bed with linen included in the main bedroom and a triple bunk. Extra linen can be hired for $10/bed/stay. They offer an internal bathroom and external bathroom with shower and toilet, kitchen with full fridge/freezer, stove top, electric frypan, lounge with flatscreen TV, dining table, and deck with car parking alongside.

Villa

These open plan villas offer a Queen bed with linen and 2 bunks with a trundle bed. Extra linen can be hired for $10/bed/stay. They offer a private external bathroom, kitchenette with full/fridge freezer, small stove/oven, electric frypan, dining table, furnished deck with car parking alongside.

Bungalow

These open plan bungalows have a double bed made up with linen and 2 small bunks suitable for children only, Linen can be hired at $10/bed/stay for extra beds. Bungalows have an external private bathroom with shower and toilet, kitchenette with bar fridge, small stove/oven, electric frypan and all utensils, lounge with flatscreen TV and deck with car parking alongside.

Cabin

These open plan cabins offer a Queen size bed with linen provided and triple bunks in the lounge. Extra linen can be hired for $10/bed/stay. The offer a private external bathroom, kitchenette with bar fridge, stovetop, electric frypan, lounge with flatscreen TV, dining table, deck and car parking alongside.

Ensuite Sites

Their powered sites all have their own ensuite and 9m x 5m double cement slab to accommodate vehicles up to 37 feet.

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