South Townsville Vacation Packages
The Magnetic Island Ferry Terminal is a good spot to check out while you are in the area. Another place to visit is Castle Hill.
Of course, visiting just one place, no matter how popular, will only ever furnish you with a limited view into the broader natural and cultural makeup of a region. So be sure to set aside enough time to tour Tropical North Queensland's other cultural and natural attractions. If you have time, head less than 1 mile (1. 6 kilometers) to Townsville. Here you can visit the Magnetic Island Ferry Terminal and Castle Hill.
Discover the region's rich cultural tapestry at Tropical North Queensland's wonderful art galleries and craft workshops.
Paragliding is a great option for visitors wanting to get in touch with their the dare-devil within. If you like the company of folk who share your passions, Tropical North Queensland offers a range of specialist activities such as wildlife spotting tours, culinary tours and cycling tours.
The 26th of January is the day when many people in Australia mark Australia Day, so be on the look out special events and festivities if you're lucky enough to be visiting Tropical North Queensland at that time.
There is no doubt about it, South Townsville is an extraordinarily beautiful destination that you will linger in your heart for years and years to come.
Accommodation in South Townsville
Securing a booking for a welcoming hotel or apartment is the first step to take for a truly successful vacation. Find the most talked about South Townsville hotels or other accommodation options on Expedia's user-friendly lodging deals page.
Starting at the more upmarket end of the scale, you can book the Quest Townsville, at 30–34 Palmer Street, or the Grand Hotel and Apartments Townsville, at 8-10 Palmer Street. Alternatively, the Oaks Gateway on Palmer, at 2 Dibbs Street, and the Park Regis Anchorage, at 51 Palmer Street, are two value-for-money options worth considering.