Les choses à voir et faire

Des villes aux îles, de l'outback à la plage, Townville, dans le Nord du Queensland, vous offre toute une variété de possibilités pour passer les vacances qui vous correspondent le mieux . Pour les amateurs de sensations fortes qui recherchent l'aventure, pour les gourmets qui recherchent une fête locale, pour ceux qui recherchent à revenir à la nature voire même seulement à se détendre un peu, vous pouvez vous approprier Townsville, dans le Nord du Queensland.

Cependant, les options étant tellement nombreuses dans cette région, connue comme capitale événementielle du Nord, vous n'avez pas à vous limiter à ce que nous venons d'énumérer.

  • Cultivez-vous et découvrez la riche histoire passionnante de Townsville.
  • Admirez d'adorables koalas dans leur environnement naturel.
  • Partez par vos propres moyens et traversez un paysage en perpétuel changement jalonné de brousse, de forêts humides et de zones humides ; ou profitez d'une séance de plongée du matin et détendez-vous à l'ombre d'un palmier.

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JAM Corner

South Townsville, Townsville Area
JAM Corner Townsville, a popular and well known restaurant and function venue. Their aim is to provide you with a taste of North Queensland while offering a warm and welcoming experience. Your Chef likes to explore regional produce and create contemporary cuisine without compromising the purity of flavour.

Burdekin Theatre

Ayr, Burdekin Area
Located in the main street of Ayr - only one hour's drive south of Townsville - sits one of Australia's finest little proscenium arch Theatres. Every year, the Burdekin Theatre plays host to hundreds to live performances, conferences, meetings, festivals, exhibitions and local events.

Billabong Sanctuary

Townsville,
From AU$37 - 105
Billabong Sanctuary offers Australia’s Best Interactive Wildlife Experience! Located just 20 minutes south of Townsville on the Bruce Highway, they feature native animals in natural habitats of eucalypt forest, rainforest and wetlands.

The Pier Restaurant and Bar

Townsville City, Townsville Area
The Pier is Townsville’s ultimate seafood destination. Located on Sir Leslie Thiess Drive, the iconic restaurant overlooks Castle Hill, Breakwater Marina and Magnetic Island. Originally built in the 1970’s as the Barge Inn, The Pier has been a mainstay on Townsville’s restaurant scene, feeding generations of Townsville locals and tourists alike.

Nautilus Aviation - Townsville

Multiple Locations
For that once in a lifetime experience, every time, Nautilus Aviation offers one of the best ways to see the world’s natural wonders just outside their doorsteps. With over 25 years of commitment to exceptional service, Nautilus Aviation has over 25 state-of-the-art helicopters across its bases in Queensland (Cairns, Townsville and Horn Island), the Northern Territory and New South Wales.

Raging Thunder Adventures

Multiple Locations
Raging Thunder Adventures is one of the largest adventure companies in Australia. They have a reputation for excellence and have established themselves as a World Leader in Adventure Tourism. For a truly memorable experience, try a balloon flight at dawn over the Atherton Tablelands.

Reef HQ Aquarium

Townsville, Townsville Area
From AU$22 - 70
Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium is the the world's largest living coral reef aquarium and the Australian Government's national education centre for the Great Barrier Reef. Immerse yourself in the underwater viewing tunnel offering magical views of a living coral reef and the predators that prowl the water depths.

Yongala Dive

Multiple Locations
Yongala Dive is a PADI Dive Resort offering a full range of Dive Courses, Dive Lodge and Day Trips to one of the world's top dive sites- the historic S.S. Yongala Wreck. In 1911 it sank without trace in a tragic cyclonic event.

Museum Of Tropical Queensland

Townsville, Townsville Area
From AU$15 - 15
The award-winning Museum of Tropical Queensland provides a snapshot of this diverse region of North Queensland, from World Heritage listed rainforest and reefs to the story of the shipwrecked HMS Pandora, the ship sent to capture the Bounty mutineers.

Zara Clark Museum

Charters Towers, Charters Towers Area
From AU$5 - 8
This National Trust museum houses a large collection of photographs, equipment and other memorabilia that reflects Charters Towers' golden and military past. Their friendly volunteers are only too willing to share their special stories and demonstrate some of the equipment that is housed in the historic Burns Philp building, built in 1888.
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