Coral Lodge

Address: 32 Hale Street, Townsville, Queensland, Australia | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 32 Hale Street, Townsville, is near Reef HQ, Museum of Tropical Queensland, IMAX Dome Theatre, and Tropical Diving.
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    Travel Blogs from Townsville

    Back to Townsville

    A travel blog entry by cbrnomads on Jul 02, 2015

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... trip) walk up to the rock pools and then onto the falls lookout. It was beautiful walk although the last 1km to the falls was very steep, but well worth it.

    This was a great camp site, with beautiful grassed site, BBQ, clean toilets and beautiful surrounds. I would have liked to stay here for a few days but we had to move on.

    1 July 15

    Back on the Bruce Higway we continued on to Townsville. We had organised to get some ...

    Koalas, wallabies and topless car-Magnetic Island

    A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Jun 13, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... in gave us a little peck and took the seed in its own mouth. She was a better kisser than Chelsea! Next up was the koala bear and we both got nice pictures of us hugging one. We thought the fun was over but the rangers then brought out two pythons for us to hold. I wasn't too keen on the idea of having a snake wrapped around my neck but after posing with the two different snakes I decided they're not that scary after all! After all the wildlife encountering ...

    We reach tuther side of the continent.

    A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on May 15, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    Leaving Hughenden, we were on the last leg of the trip that would see us reach the Pacific ocean. Having left the Indian Ocean 17 days before..

    We passed through several towns on the way. All were well kept and had the iconic wide open main streets.

    One ( can't remember which ) even had a windmill supplying the water for the public dunny in the center of ...

    Week 9 - Bulliwallah and Townsville

    A travel blog entry by emmaandcraig on Mar 29, 2015

    36 photos

    ... to shower, wash dishes and wash our cloths was man made, and Loid told me that that dam alone cost $100,000 to make. Showing again how much has to go into running a farm other than just working with cattle itself. But unfortunately for us switching on a pump and sitting back whilst we watch the water flow in the turkey nest was not exactly how it worked out for us. Either the water pump wouldn't start, the troughs were filthy and needed cleaning, one of the pipes would ...

    No aircon equals sweat sweat sweat!!

    A travel blog entry by richandmarkinoz on Jan 22, 2015

    ... used to!! So 3 very sweaty hours later we arrived in Townsville, after a brief stop on the way, to find the biggest thunder and lightning storm either of us have ever seen!! It was epic! After waiting a while for our lift (the owner of the hostel was running late as it had rained so much that parts of the hostel had flooded!), we got taken to the hostel and checked in. Though slightly flustered and stressed at ...