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Top Things to Do in Townsville, Australia from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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The Strand, Townsville - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Strand is a seaside foreshore located in Townsville, Australia. It is located in the suburb of North Ward. The Strand has a view of the Port of Townsville and Magnetic Island, as well as to Cape Cleveland. Features in the area include a jetty, a recreational park, restaurants, cafes and pools.

Castle Hill, Queensland

Castle Hill is both a heritage-listed isolated pink granite monolith standing in the heart of the north Queensland city of Townsville and a suburb of Townsville. It rises to a height of some 286 metres (938 ft) above sea level and dominates the city skyline.

Home - Billabong Wildlife Sanctuary Townsville

Australian Native Animal Wildlife Park with Koalas , Crocodiles, Wombats, Dingoes, Kangaroos, Pythons & Cassowaries. Australia is full of weird and wonderful native animals! so meet your favourites here, where everyone is guaranteed a rewarding personal experience.

The Palmetum, Townsville - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Palmetum is one of three botanical gardens of Townsville, Queensland. The Palmetum is located in the suburb of Annandale, near the Ross River, James Cook University and the Townsville Hospital.

Reef HQ

Reef HQ (typeset as ReefHQ) is the largest living coral reef aquarium. It is located in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. The aquarium was built as a Bicentennial Commemorative project and is a part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA).

Riverway, Townsville - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Riverway is a riverfront parkland attraction located in the Condon Suburb of Townsville that opened in July 2006. It stretches along 11 km (7 mi) of the Ross River, with areas at Pioneer Park, Loam Island, Apex Park and Ross Park at the Ross River Dam.

Mount Stuart, Queensland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mount Stuart is used for commercial and ABC Queensland television transmission, it was also used as a Bureau of Meteorology radar station until late 2011, where it was moved to Hervey Range.

Museum of Tropical Queensland

The Museum of Tropical Queensland (abbreviated MTQ) is a museum of natural history, archaeology and history located in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. It is located in the same complex as the Reef HQ Aquarium. MTQ is a member of the Queensland Museum Campus Network.

Queens Gardens, Townsville - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Queens Gardens is a heritage-listed botanical garden in Townsville, Queensland. Queens Gardens are located in the suburb of North Ward, at the base of Castle Hill, near to both the city centre and The Strand beachside park. They have been called Townsville's finest park.

Townsville Town Common Conservation Park (Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing)

Townsville Town Common Conservation Park offers birdwatching, bushwalking and mountain biking. The park has spectacular views over seasonal wetlands and the local coastline. Only 6 km from Townsville, the park is a great place for an outdoor escape.

Dan Gleeson (politician)

Daniel Gleeson OBE (11 November 1914 - January 1994), a politician of North Queensland Australia, was the first Mayor of the Former City of Thuringowa. Mr Gleeson was the fourth child of three pioneering families who came to North Queensland in the late 1800s.