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Rates shown in Australian Dollars (AU$) & are tax inclusive per room. Booking fees apply
|Check In Instructions||
See on site manager at unit 1
Not only is there an excellent passenger ferry service from Townsville to Magnetic Island, with up to 19 return trips daily, but also a passenger & vehicular ferry (up to 7 return trips daily). Canopy Chalets are approximately one kilometre from the Marina ferry terminal. On the street at the front of the terminal you will find buses and taxis, with hire cars available within a short walk. There is a regular bus service that meets every ferry and stops at the driveway entrance to Canopy Chalets.
From the Ferry Terminal turn left at Sooning Street. Follow this along until you reach Yates Street. Turn right into Yates Street and Canopy Chalets is on the left hand side about 300 metres up the street.
One under-cover, on-site parking is provided per chalet.
|Things To Do||
-Nelly Bay is a great place to go for that early morning run or a leisurely walk. Good too for swimming or snorkelling on the fringed coral reef. Toward the northern end of the beach you will find a children?s playground and a coin-operated barbecue area and further along overlooking the new harbour, sheltered picnic tables and toilets.
-A favourite with sun lovers is Rocky Bay. This secluded beach can be reached from a track leading down from the main road between Picnic Bay and Nelly Bay. Even if the tide is high it is a good place to explore.
-The Nelly Bay Ferry Terminal is the departure point for cruises out to the Great Barrier Reef.
-There is the choice of sailing and cruising trips with each one different, but all offering a relaxing day out on the water, with swimming, snorkelling over coral reefs, fishing or just lazing in the sun or you can rent your own yacht.
-Another great way to see the marine wildlife is taking a guided Sea Kayak tour.
-There are jet skis for hire or you can try sky diving on the beach.
-Learn to scuba dive or experience a resort dive. Dive the famous Yongala Wreck, said to be the best wreck dive in Australia.
-For all golfing enthusiasts, a round at the Country Club in Picnic Bay is a must.
-Experience horse riding on the beach, visit the wildlife park and hold a koala, crocodile or python or take a bushwalk tour.