Central City Motel

Address: Mlc Building 164 Stanley St, Townsville, Queensland, 4810, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Mlc Building 164 Stanley 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

... It was a 10k, I didn't have the time as had to be back by 1pm for my bus. We walked back after went to a lovely bay (picnic bay) so quiet. Water was lovely. The whole island is so quiet even with all us backpackers. Maybe there all still asleep. I got the bus to the ferry, then met a nice Canada girl 23 from Toronto. She had so many bags, one big rack sack, one small one and a small suitcase. The bag was nearly as big as her. Shame all the cool people I get on with ...

Magnetic Island

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

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We had a great day today. Took the 9:00 AM car ferry out to Magnetic Island arriving about 9:45 AM. There is really only one main road on the island, and from the car ferry you can either turn right or left. We turned right and followed the main road anti clockwise out to the eastern or seaward side of the island. First stop was at the track out to Bremner Point where there are a number of rock wallabies that have been fed by the tourists for ...

11th Sept to 14th Sept 2015

A travel blog entry by tricia.clark on Sep 14, 2015

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... which rises to a height of 286 metres above sea level, and dominate the Townsville city skyline. We drove to the top of this giant granite monolith to get a 360 deg view of the city and surrounds and also Magnetic Island off the coast. Their is a WW11 observation bunker, which sits in one corner of the hill and was used by visiting American soldiers during the war.
We had to cut short our stay to have the first service on our van at Motoco ...

A long day

A travel blog entry by postcardtohome on Sep 10, 2015

... underneath - so it was a big struggle to get us all on! We just about fitted with all our bags, and once we arrived at the hostel, we formed a big queue ready to check in. We arrived at our room, which was like a little triangular hut with 3 bunks (6 beds). There was one girl in there which we spoke to for a little bit, and then her friend came back. We all went to the kitchen to sort our stuff out, and the girls told ...

Townsville, the brown town that can get you down

A travel blog entry by pbmdream on Aug 23, 2015

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... Stuart and, from there, one has apanoramic view of the city spread out below and, out at sea, Magnetic Island,playground for all types of water sports and with resorts and accommodationaplenty. We had intended to take the ferry across for the day but we heard thatthere wasn’t that much of interest there apart from some walks and some gunemplacements from WW2 that were never used and, in addition, there were no "glassdays" while we were there to tempt us to make the trip ...