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Ah, Townsville, that sassy slice of paradise. When we say slice, we mean it—this seaside city stretches along Ross Creek and faces the Great Barrier Reef to the north. As for the sassy part, well, Townsville is a mix of fun-loving uni students, young professionals and long-time residents with energy to spare. Experience the city that keeps locals on the go as you strike out on riverside hikes and snorkelling excursions. But don’t get knackered on coastal activities without having awesome accommodation in Townsville where you can rest and recharge!
At Hotel Grand Chancellor Townsville, kids stay free (cribs are free or rollaway beds are available for a fee). The hotel offers standard rooms as well as apartments with kitchens if you want to cook for the family. The hotel restaurant has a kids’ menu, so bring them to breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Bringing the whole gang? Grand Hotel and Apartments offer one and two-bedroom apartment options with kitchens.
Soak in the ocean view from your balcony at Aquarius on the Beach. There’s also an outdoor pool (with a beach view!), and Strand Park is about a three-minute walk away. Beach House Motel has an outdoor pool for those days when you just want to work on your backstroke. Snooze on pillowtop beds and wander down to the beach whenever you want.
At Madison Plaza Townsville, you’ll find a coffee shop, bar/lounge, and free WiFi. From here you can walk to the ReefHQ Aquarium to see some sea creatures. The hotel is also about a 20-minute walk to the ferry terminal if you’re heading to Magnetic Island.
Rambutan Resort has an outdoor pool with swanky lounge areas and a poolside bar, plus a restaurant with a covered patio and cafe. The ferry terminal is about a ten-minute stroll away.
Hotels in Townsville start at AU$85 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.