Coral Lodge

Address: 32 Hale St, Townsville, Queensland, 4810, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 32 Hale St, Townsville, is near Reef HQ, Museum of Tropical Queensland, IMAX Dome Theatre, and Tropical Diving.
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        Travel Blogs from Townsville

        Magnetic island day 3 / Airlie beach

        A travel blog entry by market on Nov 06, 2015

        ... to open it. So many rules. Can't bring your own alcohol. Glad it's just for one night. After Whitsundays I'll book in somewhere else, hopefully I'll met some cool people on the boat I can hang out with. I had dinner at the bar 1st cooked meal I've had in Australia, nice steak and chips and a beer for $10. Meet a couple in the que, sat with them. Had jug of beer whilst listening to warm up band. There's a music festival going on in Airlie beach this weekend so bands ...

        Magnetic Island

        A travel blog entry by ray.windmill on Sep 18, 2015

        10 photos

        ... Bay, the end of the made road. Another spectacular bay, with headlands composed of huge boulders, or rocky outcrops at each end of the bay. Lots of yachts moored in the bay. We had a stroll along the beach, sat for a while and watched some amateurs trying to master some hired kayaks, and falling out of them till they got the hang of it. They weren't all that young and I think it was a bit too hot for them to be out there, as it was ...

        Townsville, the brown town that can get you down

        A travel blog entry by pbmdream on Aug 23, 2015

        10 photos

        ... and physical and not taking drugs. What a fantastic, wise and supportivemother!

        On the bright side, they have several great gardens whichthey have managed to keep going – many of them featuring palms of alldescriptions and the gelato ice creams on the beachfront are to die for!However, as we were unable to bird watch or walk that much in pleasant surroundings, it did not take us long to start looking for greener pastures, so after a few nights, we headed further south to ...

        Island Life

        A travel blog entry by cortney-derek on Aug 23, 2015

        29 photos

        ... opportunity to brush up on our geography and learn about different cultures. For our volunteer work we helped out with the 3 tours a day that ran out of the koala park. During the tours we assisted with handling many different animals, including birds, pythons, lizards, wombats, baby crocodiles and of course koalas. While handling the animals we got to learn many things about them from the park Rangers. Not only did we play with animals but we also had fun ...

        Day 24: Cape Tribulation to Rollingstone

        A travel blog entry by seh22 on Jul 20, 2015

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        ... a surprise that was. Our beachfront site was huge and the facilities of the park itself (including our private 'ensuite') were fantastic. Fortunately the showers had subsided while we set up but it was quite windy so we had dinner in the camp kitchen tonight. Each campsite we have stayed in on this road trip has offered something different - tonight we went to sleep to the sound of waves crashing on the ...