Allure Hotel and Apartments

South Townsville, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$115 to AU$352

Allure Hotel and Apartments is the new addition to the Townsville Accommodation market. They are a privately owned and operated hotel, offering stylish sophistication, innovative design, and grand hotel services on an intimate and personal scale. Allure Hotel and Apartments is situated just off Palmer Street, Townsville's emerging dining precinct.

Their Apartments and Studio Rooms offer some of the best outlooks in Townsville, with all of the Apartments enjoying panoramic views of Magnetic Island and Townsville Marina.

Located only minutes from Townsville Airport, and just steps from fine dining, bars and boutique shopping, Allure Hotel and Apartments is the obvious choice for business or pleasure in the Far North Queensland region.

Allure Hotel and Apartments' welcoming ambience attracts guests who appreciate personal recognition and individual attention.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Gymnasium

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
68 McIlwraith Street
South Townsville, Townsville Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Studio King or Twin Room

Studio Rooms feature one king bed or two single beds with adjoining en suite bathroom.

Maximum occupancy is two people.

2 Bedroom Apartment

Two Bedroom Apartments feature one queen bed and one double bed, and a huge open plan living and dining room leading onto an expansive balcony with views of Townsville Marina and / or Magnetic Island.

Maximum occupancy is five people.

3 Bedroom Apartment

The Three Bedroom dual-key apartments combine all the features of a Studio Room and a Two Bedroom apartment, with two bathrooms, one king bed or two single beds plus one queen bed (second bedroom) and one double bed (third bedroom).

Maximum occupancy is seven people.

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Mount Scoria Conservation Park

Thangool, Banana Area
Free Entry
Rising 150 metres above cultivated plains, Mount Scoria is a striking landmark near Biloela in the Banana Shire. Formed by volcanic activity 20 to 26 million years ago, this volcanic plug features many-sided basalt columns.

Lake Callide

Biloela, Banana Area
Free Entry
Lake Callide is located 12 kilometres from Biloela via sealed road and approximately 90 kilometres south-west of Gladstone via the Dawson Highway. While compact, the lake provides visitors with rewarding fishing - especially for golden perch (yellowbelly) and has in recent times been well stocked with barramundi.

150th Meridian

Moura, Banana Area
Free Entry
Located one kilometre east of Moura on the Dawson Highway, the 150th Meridian marker shows the position of the imaginary line (150 °E) on which Queensland (Eastern Standard) time is based. At the time of the equinox, a day is exactly 12 hours long anywhere on the Meridian line.

Goovigen

Goovigen, Banana Area
Goovigen is a small rural village in the region’s northern farming heartland. A short distance north-west of Jambin off the Burnett Highway, fewer than 300 people live in the town. The streets of Goovigen are as neat as a pin and the heritage buildings have been either restored to their former glory or updated for present needs.

Mount Morgan

Mount Morgan, Rockhampton Area
Mount Morgan is an historical mining town nestled on the Dee River a short 38 kilometre drive from Rockhampton. The town is rich in nineteenth century Queensland colonial history and has artefacts and relics from the gold rush days that visitors can experience.

Duaringa

Duaringa, Central Highlands Area
Duaringa is located 107 kilometres west of Rockhampton along the Capricorn Highway. The small town is the essence of a small rural community. Duaringa is the oldest township in Duaringa Shire with buildings dating back to the 1860s and a corner of the local hotel has been preserved to show how early pioneers lived.

Jambin

Jambin, Banana Area
A rural hub with a pub to service weary travellers, Jambin is on the Burnett Highway just south of Smoky Creek. Part of the Callide Valley, the town is wedged between the Callide Creek to the west and the highway to the east, making it a picturesque spot to stop.

Biloela

Biloela, Banana Area
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Today, Biloela is a busy commercial and tourist hub, though it still retains that relaxed, country feeling. Along with Queensland Heritage Park, a Regional Art Gallery, the Spirit of the Land Mural and the Heritage Listed Greycliffe Homestead, the town stages an impressive annual program of festivals and events.

Thangool

Thangool, Banana Area
More than 130 years in the making, Thangool first opened to settlers, who tried it as a sheep run in the 1850s. Soon to fail, beef cattle were introduced and later, dairy and cotton took hold. Based on the success of these industries, a make-shift town sprang up.

Moura

Moura, Banana Area
Moura is located in the Banana Shire on the Dawson Highway, 180 kilometres south-west of Gladstone or 586 kilometres north-west of Brisbane. This diverse township is located in the Dawson Valley. Named the 'Heart of the Dawson Valley', this thriving community is known for its coal mining, cotton processing, wheat and sorghum growing and chemical manufacture.
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