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167 Mount Low Parkway, Mount Low, Townsville QLD




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Townsville – Camperman

167 Mount Low Parkway,, Townsville, QLD




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Awesome Classic

Awesome Classic

RV Model Awesome Classic
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.40m x 1.90m)
  • Portable Gas Cooker
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Awesome Deluxe

Awesome Deluxe

RV Model Awesome Deluxe
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.40m x 1.90m)
  • Portable Gas Cooker
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Awesome Elgrand

Awesome Elgrand

RV Model Awesome Elgrand
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.70m x 1.90m)
  • Portable Gas Cooker
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Awesome Elite

Awesome Elite

RV Model Awesome Elite
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.4m x 1.9m)
  • Portable Gas Cooker
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Family 5b

Family 5b

RV Model Family 5b
Sleeps 3
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.50m) Single bed (1.85m x 1.38m) 2 man tent and camp mattresses included
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • AM/FM radio & cassette
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Jade 3b

Jade 3b

RV Model Jade 3b
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.50m) Single bed (1.85m x 1.38m)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • AM/FM radio & cassette
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Juliette 3b

Juliette 3b

RV Model Juliette 3b
Sleeps 3
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.55m) Single bed (1.85m x 1.38m)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • AM/FM radio & CD player
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Juliette 5b

Juliette 5b

RV Model Juliette 5b
Sleeps 3
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.55m) Single bed (1.85m x 1.38m) 2 man tent and camp mattresses included
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • AM/FM radio & CD player
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Maxie 3 Berth

Maxie 3 Berth

RV Model Maxie 3 Berth
Sleeps 3
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.70m) Single bed (1.90m x 1.50m)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • AM/FM Radio & single CD player
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Paradise 5

Paradise 5

RV Model Paradise 5
Sleeps 5
Features
  • Double bed (2.00m x 1.74m) Double bed (2.00m x 1.37m) 2 man tent and camp mattresses included
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • AM/FM radio & CD player
  • Toilet/shower
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Paradise 5b

Paradise 5b

RV Model Paradise 5b
Sleeps 3
Features
  • Double bed (2.000m x 1.74m) Double bed (2.00m x 1.37m) (Rooftop suitable up to 200kg) 2 man tent and camp mattresses included
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • AM/FM radio & CD player
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Places to Camp Around Townsville

Most of the camping options near Townsville are situated on the north side of the city. Take a look at some of the options for you.

Saunders Beach – It is about 30 km to the north of Townsville. The park offers 24-hour camping for campervans right by the beach, and there are toilets and BBQs. Reef St, Saunders Beach QLD 4818 Australia.

Bluewater Creek – It is situated about 40 km north of Townsville and is right beside the creek, which is great for swimming after its rain. You get facilities for toilets, showers, BBQs and a playground. Bruce Hwy, Bluewater QLD 4818, Australia.

Rolling stone – It is about 60 km north of Townsville; it is a good place to stop somewhere overnight before heading into the city. It is a lovely open shaded area right next to a dazzling creek, which is a good place to swim if there’s been rain. 367 Hencamp Creek Rd, Rollingstone QLD 4816, Australia.

Big Crystal Creek – Located within Paluma National Park, it is only a short drive off the main highway and you are at a gorgeous park area. It can get pretty busy at weekends as it’s a famous swimming hole and picnic area for Townsville locals. The necessary facilities you get here are toilets, cold showers, barbecues, picnic tables, and fire rings. Crystal Creek QLD 4816, Australia.

Alligator Creek – This campground is within the Bowling Green Bay National Park and is about 30 km south of Townsville. It’s appropriate for tents or small campervans and has basic facilities that comprise cold showers and toilets. This is your best option if you’re travelling up from the south and want to stop before Townsville.

Rowes Bay Caravan Park – Rowes Bay Caravan Park is situated in the city, but it doesn’t give a feel of the city. It’s a popular place to stay in Townsville as the location and convenience are great. Across from the beach on the road to Cape Pallarenda, it is walking distance to the northern end of the Strand, where you’ll see the Rockpool and Jazzing Barracks. There’s also a pool, camp kitchen, and dining area with TV. 46 Heatleys Parade, Belgian Gardens QLD 4810, Australia.

Rolling stone Caravan Park – If you are travelling with kids or a dog, then this is a great option for a camping stopover near Townsville. It’s right on the beachfront with many excellent facilities comprising of a large pool, camp kitchen, and barbecues. 367 Hencamp Creek Rd, Rollingstone QLD 4816, Australia.

 

Places to Hire a Campervan in Townsville

Camperman RV Hire – Located 6 km from city centre and 2.5 km from the International Airport. Garbutt Auto Repairs, 14 Langton Street, Garbutt, Townsville, QLD Australia.

 

Places to Fly In and Out of in Townsville

Of all the Australian states, Queensland is an exceptional place in its capability to create regional centres that have authentic independence from the state capital. In the other states, all transportation, financial life, and centralized administration emanate from the state capital. In Queensland, this is not the case. The city has a major airport that connects you with the other cities in Australia.

Townsville Airport (TSV) – It is a major Australian regional airport that is also known as Townsville International Airport and Garbutt Airport. It serves many domestic and regional airlines and is the 11th busiest airport in Australia. It is also used as a staging point for the Australian Defence Force, and the aerodrome is used for co-ordination for relief efforts from natural disasters.

RAAF Base Townsville – It is situated in Garbutt, and the base houses a regiment of light transport aircraft; the base is used for training purposes by combat aircraft and is headquartered for Australian Air Force Cadets. The airfield is shared with Townsville Airport.

 

Townsville Campervan Hire Serving the Local Area

Serving North Ward, Strand Park, Belgian Gardens, Rowes Bay, West End, Hyde Park, Hermit Park, Railway Estate, South Townsville, Idalia, Cluden, Wulguru, Annandale, Pimlico, Currajong, Gulliver, Aitkenvale, Roseneath, Mount Stuart, Kirwan, Garbutt, Mount Louisa, Mount St John, Julago, Nome, Alligator Creek, Oak Vally, Kelso, Pinnacles, Deeragun, Mount Low, Bushland, Beach Holm, Saunders, Bluewater, Yabulu, Rangewood, Alice River, Tommulla, Rollingstone, Balgal Beach, Crystal Creek, Mutarnee, Coolbie, Bambaroo, Yuruga, Helens Hill, Giru, Horseshoe Lagoon, Barratta, Mount Elliot, Cape Cleveland, Cungulla, Jerone, Paluma, Ingham, Lucinda, Hinchinbrook Island, Cardwell, Tully, Mission
Beach, Wallaman, Charters Towers, Ravenswood, Guthalungra, Bowen and Collinsville.

 

Places to Stay in Townsville

Townsville is a shore city in north-eastern Queensland, Australia, and is the fourth-most densely populated place. The Strand walkway, with its pier and water park, is extremely famous. The Reef HQ Aquarium is known for its aquatic life and has coral from the Great Barrier Reef, plus a sea turtle hospital. Apart from these, there are numerous things you can see while visiting Townsville for a vacation.

Take a look at the list of some hotels where you can stay during your visit to Townsville City.

Water’s Edge the Strand – 63 The Strand, North Ward QLD 4810, Australia.

The Ville Resort – Sir Leslie Thiess Dr, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Hotel Grand Chancellor Townsville – 334 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Madison Plaza Townsville – 409 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Madison Ocean Breeze Apartments – 81 Mitchell St, North Ward QLD 4810, Australia.

Dalrymple Hotel – 310 Bayswater Rd, Garbutt QLD 4814, Australia.

The Robert Towns – 261 Stanley St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Townsville Central Hotel – 12 Palmer St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Park Regis Anchorage – 51 Palmer St, South Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Mercure Townsville – 166 Woolcock St, Townsville QLD 4812, Australia.

Oaks Metropole Hotel – 81 Palmer St, South Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Direct Hotels – Dalgety Apartments – 106 Denham St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Aquarius On The Beach – 75 The Strand, North Ward QLD 4810, Australia.

Mariners North Holiday Apartments – 7 Mariners Dr, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Allure Hotel & Apartments – 68 McIlwraith St, South Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Grand Hotel and Apartments Townsville – 8-10 Palmer St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Marcel Place Holiday Apartments – 67 Hugh St, West End QLD 4810, Australia.

The Robert Towns – 261 Stanley St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Park Regis Anchorage – 51 Palmer St, South Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Jacana Apartments – 1/15 Sporting Dr, Thuringowa Central QLD 4817, Australia.

Q Resorts Paddington – 5 Kingsway Pl, Townsville QLD 481, Australia.

Shore Drive Motel – 117 The Strand, North Ward QLD 4810, Australia.

Oaks Gateway Suites – 2 Dibbs St, South Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Yongala Lodge by The Strand – 11 Fryer St, North Ward QLD 4810, Australia.

The Gulls Apartments – 30-32 Rose St, North Ward QLD 4810

Places to Eat in Townsville

Townsville may seem like a laid-back tropical city, but it doesn’t mean that it lacks the fine dining restaurants.

Touch of Salt – It is family-owned and functions as a casual fine dining restaurant in Townsville. A Touch of Salt is open for lunch on Friday and dinner from Tuesday to Saturday. The chef uses fine-quality seasonal ingredients to make modern Australian dishes. 86-124 Ogden St, Townsville QLD 4810 Australia.

Michels Restaurant – The tasting menu at Michels Restaurant also has gluten-free items. The team here admits you should at least try flambéing baked Alaska. You even have the option of pumpkin pie and banoffee crème brûlée for the dessert. The wine list displays wines from France, Italy and foremost Australian wine-growing regions. 7 Palmer St, South Townsville QLD 4810 Australia.

Cbar – The restaurant serves breakfast for dinner every day. For breakfast, you can try the mango and buttermilk pancakes or the French toast. The lunch and dinner menu have starters to share, burgers, seafood options, vegetarian choices, tasty salads, and other main meals. The Cbar cocktail list is appealing with a strawberry and jalapeño margarita being the specialty. Townsville QLD 4810 Australia.

Jam – Asian chicken omelette is the specialty at JAM made with Saddle Mountain eggs and loaded with snow pea, fried shallots, and chilli jam. 1 Palmer St, South Townsville QLD 4810 Australia.

The Beet Bar – It has the go-to for superfood bowls, smoothies, and healthy takeaway eats on Flinders Street. Caffeine fiends have no fear as the serve Mr Bean cold press coffee from Airlie Beach that had been steeped for 22 hours and tripled filtered. The Beet Bar is a perfect combination of gluten-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free raw cakes and slices. 358 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810 Australia.

Waterview 169 – It is a moderately new enterprise on Palmer Street. The menu comprises of a lot of seafood dishes, such as black garlic barramundi, confit salmon, and herb-crusted coral trout. You’ll also have an extensive cocktail menu and a kids’ menu at Waterview 169. 1/69 Palmer St, South Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Shaw & Co – Lately the restaurant has revamped its menu, which now focuses on serving the best steaks in Townsville. There are eight steaks to choose from on the menu and all come from farms across Australia. There are also herbivore options, a beef ‘n’ bread lunch special, and small plates. 383 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810 Australia.

 

Where to Pick up the Essentials in Townsville

Markets and local food are something a place is defined by. If you are visiting Townsville, then surely visit the markets here and see the heritage and local culture here. You’ll get a fair idea about the local area and can learn a lot about the culture of Townsville City.
Take a look at the markets here!

Cotters Market – Cotters Market is North Queensland’s biggest arts and crafts market. There are over 150 stalls that provide a remarkable selection of arts, crafts, food, and fun for the kids. The market is held each Sunday from 8.30 am to 1 pm. 320 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Strand Night Markets – This market offers an exclusive imminent into the varied North Queensland culture where a different range of amusement and an enormous diversity of food, fashion, craft, jewellery, and home & leisure exhibits can be cherished. The market is functional on the first Friday of the month from February to December. 20 Burke St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Riverway Moonlight Markets – This market offers a diversity of locally made wood crafts, fabric, leather, and glass gifts along with keepsakes, preserves, outfits, painting, scented candles, soaps, jewellery, fruit, and veggies, plants and flowers and many more. Jumping Castle, food vendors, and entertainment are the attraction of this market. Thuringowa Central QLD 4817, Australia.

Willows Markets – Willows Markets takes place every Sunday from 7.30 am to 11.30 am. Willows Shopping Centre Carpark, Thuringowa Dr/Hervey Range Rd, Kirwan Australia.

Bushland Beach Markets – It is a locally owned market situated in the Northern Beaches of Townsville. The markets have a breathtaking selection of stalls to look through in the shade of the rain trees. It is located on the beachfront next door to the Bushland Beach Tavern. 70 Livistonia Cl, Bushland Beach QLD 4818, Australia.

Carlyle Gardens Arts & Crafts Market – It has fashion, arts, crafts, babies wear, retro toys, gifts, and homewares. The place is air-conditioned and is undercover. 60 Beck Drive, Condon Australia.

The Ross River winds around Townsville and the burnt-sienna Castle Hill is an ‘almost mountain’ and one of Townsville’s biggest landmarks. Some people view Townsville as the ‘gateway to Magnetic Island’ – a typical holiday destination, which is true, but there are a few more things that Townsville deserves to be known for.

The Strand is a beachfront haven for vacationers with a walkway, water park, restaurants, shops, gardens and museums. There are many opportunities for water sports and other fun activities to keep you entertained for hours. Close by is the World’s Biggest Living Coral Aquarium – Reef HQ. Here many eco-tourism programs are offered and the aquarium has 120 fish species, 130 coral species and a turtle hospital.

Take advantage of all Townsville has to offer then hit the road with a campervan. Head towards any of the National Parks around including Dalrymple or Bowling Green Bay to catch Australia’s nature at its finest. Road trip here down along the sunshine coast to Brisbane. The sunshine coast in Australia is a great place for a campervan holiday because of the plentiful beaches, generous surf and relaxing atmosphere.

 

Things to do in Townsville

Situated in tropical north Queensland, Townsville is often unseen by international visitors, in favour of its northern equivalent, Cairns. No matter what people say, Townsville is worth a visit, and the credit goes to its family-friendly attractions, exceptional day trips, and close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef.

Riverway – It is a parkland attraction along the Ross River in Kirwan. It comprises of an 11km walking track beside the river, the Riverway Arts Centre, Pinnacles Gallery, Tony Ireland Stadium, free movie nights, and a public art trail. The most significant appeal here is the Riverway Lagoons, which covers an area the size of three Olympic swimming pools. Village Boulevard, Kirwan, QLD Australia.

Whale Watching Tours – Seeing a humpback whale breach from the water is a remarkable sight, and you can witness this near Townsville on a whale-watching cruise. Humpback whales swim the warm waters around the Palm Islands from July through September, just to the north of Townsville.

Botanic Gardens – The city is blessed with plenty of sunshine and tropical rain, and this is why Townsville is home to four beautiful gardens. At the foot of Castle Hill, heritage-listed Queens Gardens is Townsville’s oldest botanical garden and an exceptional example of a tropical colonial garden. Paved walking paths wind through lush palms, fig-trees, cactus, wild ginger, frangipani trees, and roses are its main attractions. 41 Gulliver St, Mundingburra QLD 4812, Australia.

Castle Hill – This is Townsville’s defining attribute and Queensland’s most evident natural features. It is situated in the middle of the city, and the monolith is a popular attraction among tourists and locals. The Townsville residents walk up to the hill’s trails every day. There are numerous lookouts and vantage points on Castle Hill, as well. Castle Hill, Townsville, QLD Australia.

Peruse Perc Tucker Regional Gallery – It is located inside one of Townsville’s most well-preserved historical buildings. Though it hosts both national and international exhibitions, the gallery highlights work from North Queensland artists. Its permanent collection includes over 2,000 artworks in numerous categories, and it also hosts talks, workshops, and other learning programs. Corner of Flinders and Denham Streets, Townsville City Australia.

SS Yongala – It is one of the world’s most renowned wreck dives. It’s home to an astonishing density and diversity of sea life that includes turtles, rays, grouper, sharks, sea snakes, barracuda, and large schools of trevally.

Magnetic Island – Magnetic Island is a suburb of Townsville, situated five miles off its coastline. You can reach there by ferry or barge, which functions regularly between the two destinations. Try to spot a koala or wallaby, swim at one of its 23 bays, hire a Barbie-inspired pink topless car from Tropical Travel, bushwalk through Magnetic Island National Park, or enjoy some water sports at Horseshoe Bay. Magnetic Island, QLD, Australia.

The Strand – This is a jewel in Townsville’s tiara. The foreshore area is home great for a beachfront walking path that offers endless views towards Magnetic Island. Some of the attractions along the way comprise of numerous restaurants and cafes, Australia’s cleanest beach, a family-friendly and free water park, fishing from the pier, and the vast Strand Park. The Strand, North Ward, QLD, Australia.

 

Things to do with Kids in Townsville

Townsville is a great city to pay a visit, apart from it being the place of the Cowboys football team and being the doorway to Magnetic Island.

Though 27 degrees in Townsville is a regular winter’s day and it’s Queensland’s second-biggest city, the city has its own has history and heritage; it is quite prominent to look at and is an ideal destination for families with tons to see and do.

The Strand – The Strand’s Waterpark has low-pressure water cannons and a gigantic tipping bucket along the 2.2km long palm-lined beachfront path. The Strand, North Ward, QLD, Australia.

Museum of Tropical Queensland – This place explores life in the tropics from primitive times to contemporary day through family-friendly exhibitions and is a must-see for kids. Here you will see an imitation of the HMS Pandora, and the gun crew will show you how to load and fire a cannon. 70-102 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Billabong Sanctuary – Here, you can cuddle a koala, feed a kangaroo, and be close to a snapping crocodile. Give your kids this warm experience with everyday animal shows in a calm setting beside a tranquil billabong. 11 Country Rd, Nome QLD 4816, Australia.

Reef HQ – Let the kids discover what goes on under the sea and learn how to care for and love our underwater marine life as the place is home to the worlds’ biggest living coral reef aquarium. 1 The Strand, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Barra Fun Park – Townsville’s biggest outdoor activity park transforms fishing into natural fun, giving the kids more time to slide down water slides and toboggan rides and try their hand at wakeboarding and skiing. 505 Allambie Ln, Kelso QLD 4815, Australia.

The Maze in Queen’s Gardens – Here, you can wander through the rainforest area, check out the birds in the Birdcages, see the Cactus, Herb, and Rose Gardens and let the kids enjoy The Maze. There are two hedge mazes divided by the main walkway. Great for hide & seek and races to see who gets out first. Paxton Street, North Ward, City of Townsville, Queensland, Australia.

Jezzine Barracks – Jazzing Barracks includes coastal boardwalks, artwork, conventional plantings, and parklands. The heritage division honours the military and Aboriginal inheritance of the Kissing Point headland through 32 primarily custom-built public artworks, prevalent interpretive signage, and the reinstallation of noteworthy elements of the Kissing Point Fort complex. Mitchell Street North Ward, Townsville Area, Queensland Australia.

 

Places to Shop in Townsville

From clothing to antiques, fixtures to appliances, Townsville is where you can get the everything thing you want. The place has numerous diverse boutiques, shops, and shopping malls.
It can be said that Townsville is no less than a shopping ecstasy for all the shopaholics. If you need the enthusiasm to shop, you should visit Townsville once in your lifetime. Here you can literally shop till you drop. So, what are you waiting for? Know where you can buy in Townsville.

Canon Park – This is a lifestyle centre which comprises of 6 screen cinema complexes along with a huge selection of restaurants and cafes. Not only this, but you can also take pleasure in the laser scuffle out here. In short, this is a great place where you can both shop and have fun. 31-57 High Range Dr, Condon QLD 4815, Australia.

Urban Loft – This is a perfect spot for the ladies to shop. Here you can get a wide variety of classy products. From jewellery to clothes, you can get it all here. The shop is quite popular with tourists as it has an exclusive range of products. 48 Gregory St, North Ward QLD 4810, Australia.

A Few Beautiful Things – Instead of a few beautiful things here you can find plenty of stunning things. Here you can find all sorts of traditional and remarkable products. The store is known to hold a great vintage assortment of items that is certainly going to astonish you. Some of the items include handbags, cushions, furniture, books and much more. 226/224 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Hazel Mai – This is another boutique fashion store which you should visit in order to find some of the best-collected works of clothing and other stylish stuff. This is a one-stop solution for all your fashion needs. 2/345 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

Billie & Me – If you are a sucker for bold patterns, float styles, and colours then this is the store for you. Get your hands-on loose kaftans to maxi dresses and much more. This is perfect for the people who love to add a bit of flair in their life. The store also has an incredible collection of scarves, handbags, and purses as well. 1/46 Gregory St, North Ward QLD 4810, Australia.

Bluebell Trading – If you want to find a great present for someone then this is the place for you. The store is loaded with various items and small gifts. The compilation is quite exclusive. Here you can find great gift ideas to gift someone. Northtown Flinders Street Mall, 280 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

The Strand Emporium – This is an exceptional boutique situated at Flinders Street. This undersized little coastal store is a place where you can get exceptional types of items. The shop deals in beach-inspired décor, accessories, homewares, batik resorts, and furniture. 202 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia.

 

Annual Events in Townsville

Being the occasion capital of the north, Townsville North Queensland is by no means short of things to see and do. With recurrent art exhibitions, concerts, expo shows, festivities, celebrations, and sporting contests – this region has numerous top events to pencil in to your calendar all year round.

Whether you wish seeing or to participate, water sports, or motorsports, the Townsville North Queensland events calendar is over-flowing with choices.

Babinda Harvest Festival – It comprises of a day full of events, and every year the theme varies; this year’s theme is “Festival of Flags.” The Traders Day Competition will start the day off in the morning, followed by the Grand Street Parade starting at 3.30 pm and then the festivities will happen.

Intersport Townsville Triathlon Festival – This is North Queensland’s biggest triathlon festival, appealing to national and international contenders. Townsville Triathlon Festival unites two days of action-packed sporting events attracting competitors of all levels of fitness.

Townsville Yacht Club – Townsville Yacht Club is one of the Palmer Street consumption division’s more hidden gems, but with its renewed bar and waterside deck, the secret will not be safe for long. Relax on the deck overlooking the marina with the bi-fold doors fully opened bringing the outside in.

Neck of The Woods Music Festival – Neck of The Woods is a local session music and lifestyle festival in Townsville. It is set on a lush property among the Pinnacles mountain range, which is 30 minutes from the Townsville CBD. The festival has live music, camping, yoga, food trucks, and artisan marketplace.

Ingham Maraca Festival – Ingham Maraca Festival features steam train rides, cocktail night, Try-Athlon, rock and roll dinner dance, afternoon tea, pet procession, float parade, finishing with amusement and firecrackers in Rotary Park.

Halloween Dance – Dance the night away at Halloween Dance. You’re going to have an appallingly great time. You’ll have access to live band – Mystery Road, great prizes for best-clothed categories and lucky door prizes. There are bars and food accessible throughout the night.

Australian Festival of Chamber Music – The Australian Festival of Chamber Music is an affable, exclusive, and worldwide applauded event presenting a 9-day program of over 30 concerts and exceptional events. Familiar yourself with the world’s premium chamber musicians performing in numerous combinations solely in the tropical winter warmth of Townsville.

 

What to Expect Weather Wise in Townsville

Townsville is known for its sultry savanna climate. The city owes to a trait of geographical location; Townsville’s winter rainfall is not as high as elsewhere in the eastern coastal tropics of Queensland.

January is the hottest month in Townsville with a typical temperature of 82°F (28℃)and the coldest month is July at 67°F. (19℃) The wettest month here is January, with an average of 200mm (7.8 inches) of rain. The winter months are dominated by south-eastern trade winds and typically fine weather.
Places to Leave your Pets in Townsville

 

Where to Leave Your Pets in Townsville

Heading out for a vacation and worried about your pets?
Don’t worry! Townsville has numerous pet care centres where you can leave your pets without any worry. These are verified and have been trusted by the people of the city. Take a look!

Townsville Pet Resort – Your pets will be cared for by the skilled and devoted animal-loving team. Delicious food and plenty of fresh air are the keys here, and these are set against the backdrop of the gorgeous Hervey Range. 2092 Hervey Range Road, Alice River QLD 4817 Australia.

Beaches Pet Resort – It is the only Pet Boarding facility in Townsville linked as members of the Pet Industry Association Australia. They meet the intricate requirements of standards, staff training, and sanitation to make sure it is an excellent standard of care for the individual needs and comfort of our guests. 1329 Bruce Hwy, Yabulu QLD 4818 Australia.

Townsville Pet Care Centre – Here, you’ll get Pet Boarding and even enjoy the convenience of home-delivered pet supplies at Townsville’s affordable prices. 156 Southwood Rd, Stuart, Townsville, Australia.

Fur-Mum Pet Care – It offers stress-free solutions for concerned fur-baby parents. They provide home-based pet boarding for small dogs and cats and door-to-door doggy day-care and pet sitting services in your home. Fur-Mum Pet Care Townsville provides a unique pet care service and a home-based experience, so pets don’t feel stressed about staying in a cold and noisy kennel surrounding.

Cordelia Pet Care Centre – As owners of pets, they believe and understand that it is hard to leave your pets; however, your favourite pet will be treated as one of the family members while they stay at Cordelias. 49 Texas Rd, Jensen QLD 4818, Australia.

Mykito Boarding Kennels – Mykito’s functional tactic is to offer the highest care and attention for your much-loved pet when you are out for your work commitments or simply enjoying a holiday. Mykito is known as the most progressive pet accommodation venue. New Service Road, 40956 Bruce Hwy, Black River QLD 4818 Australia.

Yapper Valley Pet Resort – It is all about pets. They are known for a luxury boutique-style competence-based in Townsville that is matchless. They offer the country, resort-style accommodation for your pets with room to run, climb, bark, meow, and play. 219 Crabb Rd, Woodstock QLD 4816 Australia.

 

Where to Hire a Bicycle in Townsville

Looking to explore the city on a bicycle?
Townsville is a beautiful city and exploring the roads and mountains on a bicycle is an incredible choice here. The city has numerous beautiful roads where you’ll love cycling and hiring a bicycle is easy. Take a look at the options available for you.

Townsville Bike Hire – This is a family business that has provided bikes to people over the past six years. It gives you the opportunity to experience the beauty of the Townsville region in a way that is uplifting and new. 320-322 Flinders Mall, Townsville CBD 4810, Queensland Australia.

Cycle de Vie – Cycle de Vie’s objective is to give the ultimate cycling experience to every rider every day. They are Townsville’s elite, stocking the world’s leading bike brands such as Trek, Time, and Colnago. They want to make high-quality bikes and accessories accessible to all at prices that compete vigorously within their market place. 739 Sturt St, Townsville QLD 4810 Australia.

Outer Limits Adventure Fitness – The top places to mountain bike in Townsville are the Under the Radar single track, the Rock Wheelers single-track trail network at Douglas, and the Town Common area at Pallarenda. Outer Limits Adventure Fitness can offer you multiple options to enjoy your trail here. 85 Chandler St, Garbutt QLD 4814 Australia.