The Great Barrier Reef sprawls to the east, the Outback
beckons to the west, islands and rainforest entice to
the north while sugar cane and mango farming communities
tempt in the south. The opportunities for exploration
When you've got an island paradise called Magnetic,
right on your doorstep, it's not hard to see why people
are attracted to Townsville.
Townville Australia, the
town itself provides a snapshot of all these local
features, with its world renowned Reef HQ, the world's
largest living coral reef aquarium, the Billabong
Sanctuary, where you can learn all about Australia's
fascinating native wildlife, and many other cultural and
heritage attractions like the Brolga Dreaming Aboriginal
You can also organise many different types of trips and
adventures in Townsville. Diving enthusiasts have access
to the Yongala Wreck, Australia's best wreck dive site.
there are also plenty of tours available to explore the
local national parks and surrounding rural townships.
You can even sign-up to join an outback cattle drive.
These are just some of Townsville's many hidden
If looking for hidden treasures sounds exhausting, other
gems await you right in the middle of town. Catering for
sophisticated palates and elegant tropical fun, this
cosmopolitan city boasts an array of world class cafes,
bars, restaurants, nightclubs, casino and shops. Which
ever one you choose, you'll experience Townsville's
friendly and unique, relaxed tropical ambience.
So whether you're looking for an action packed tropical
holiday, or just want to laze on a warm secluded beach,
you can find all this and more on your holiday in
Townsville Accommodation is affordable and plentiful
with resorts, apartments, backpackers, hotels & motels
and even B&Bs. [Townsville