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Mercure Townsville

Townsville, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$109 to AU$299

Mercure Townsville is set amidst 11 acres of tropical gardens on the shores of Lake Curralea. Ideally located, it is popular with guests from Australia and overseas. The 162 well appointed rooms offer free WiFi, views across the lake, swimming pool or lush tropical gardens, and provide all the amenities needed for a holiday or business trip. Relax in Townsville's largest free form swimming pool with spa, or for the more energetic, enjoy the two full size day and night tennis courts before taking a leisurely stroll around the lakeside environment.

The Mercure's own restaurant, Celsius, offers casual dining in a relaxed atmosphere. With a wide choice of a la carte cuisine, buffet breakfast and children's meals it is suitable for all occasions. Opening on to a beautiful poolside deck area, Celsius is ideal for a leisurely breakfast or a relaxing drink on those warm, North Queensland nights. This resort style hotel also offers excellent facilities for weddings, meetings, conference groups and corporate travellers, with ample parking for guests, visitors and conference delegates.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • 24 hour Reception
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

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.
Woolcock Street
Townsville, Townsville Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Standard Room

The light and open Standard rooms are surrounded by rolling lawns and tropical gardens. All modern amenities and a queen size bed, mean you can leave the hustle and bustle behind, for a good night's sleep. Also available as Standard Twin rooms, featuring one queen plus a single bed.

Premium Room

Premium rooms combine comfort and style in a sophisticated design, and have a modern, expansive bathroom. With LED lighting throughout, get connected with unlimited WiFi and bluetooth iPod dock, perfect for your next business trip.

Deluxe Balcony Rooms

Size does matter! The Deluxe room invites you to relax with a luxurious king bed and spacious lounge area, before enticing you outside to enjoy the sweeping views of Lake Curralea from your private balcony.

Perfectly appointed to accommodate your family's needs, with one queen bed and two single beds, kitchen sink, microwave and toaster. The Family Room offers extra space with a private patio leading to the expansive hotel lawns.

Superior Rooms

Indulge in the comfort of a pillow topped king bed in these stylishly designed rooms. With convenient access to the hotel facilities, and impressive views of the resort pool or Lake Curralea, these rooms provide all the comforts of home and more. Also available as Superior Twin rooms, featuring two king single beds.

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25 May 2017
Designers from across Queensland take part and embrace the North Queensland culture through runway, fashion, food and entertainment. The extremely creative team of designers, hair and makeup artists will produce work of a calibre that would not be out of place on a national fashion runway event.
16 November 2017
Calling all adrenaline junkies: The Radical Reels Film Festival is back to set your pulse racing with nine of the world’s best action sport films. This year, the line-up showcases heart-stopping action filled with wild rides, long ski lines, steep jumps, and skillful stunts.

Glendi Festival

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
30 September 2017
For thousands of years, the Greeks have enjoyed interaction and trade with neighbours around the Mediterranean and farther east to Asia. In a nod to this, the Festival will expand its offerings to include cuisines and displays from around Greece’s ‘neighbourhood’ ­celebrating Townsville’s cultural diversity.

Townsville Cultural Fest

Multiple Locations
9 August 2017
The Townsville Cultural Festival is a not-for-profit community festival organised by the Townsville Intercultural Centre. The festival showcases the diversity of Australian music, food, arts and culture, bringing tens of thousand of people together each year in celebration of life itself.
  • Free WiFi
28 July 2017
The Australian Festival of Chamber Music presents the finest musicians from around the world in a wonderfully unique and innovative nine day program of 30 concerts set in the tropical warmth of Townsville, North Queensland.
From AU$15 - 25
3 June 2017
Townsville's first Pop Culture Event was a roaring success, so they are set to bring everything pop culture to Townsville. They will have movie stars, cosplayers from Australia and the United States of America as well as cartoonist that have done work from the Simpsons to My Little Pony.

JCU Graduate Exhibition

Multiple Locations
  • Free WiFi
Free Entry
7 October 2017
James Cook University’s Graduate Exhibition is an opportunity to showcase the talents of Townsville’s emerging artists as they transition from student artists to professional artists.

Townsville Young Artist Awards

Multiple Locations
  • Free WiFi
Free Entry
29 September 2017
Townsville is home to a strong contingent of young and emerging artists, practicing in a variety of traditional and digital mediums. The annual exhibitions showcase works by a selection of these artists, with the Young Artist Awards offering prize categories for participants aged from pre-school to 18 years.
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Free Entry
22 July 2017
This national touring exhibition project commemorates the 60th anniversary of the British atomic test series at Maralinga. The exhibition visits the events and its location through the artworks by Indigenous and non-Indigenous contemporary artists across the mediums of painting, print-making, sculpture, installation, photography and new media.
  • Free WiFi
Free Entry
16 June 2017
Ever since the 15th century, when European cartographers began including the contour of Terra Australis Incognita (‘the unknown land of the south’) in their speculative maps of the globe, the continent of Australia has been thought of as an exotic place.
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