City Oasis Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Oasis Inn Townsville
Comfortable room with everything we needed, and management promptly replaced the dodgy TV remote.
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... my way. She was getting bus to Cairns. I got my bus to the train station, we were leaving at 3.20. Ferry left at 1.35, so I wasn't in any rush once I got to Townsville (big city). Nice comfy train with films and air con. All it's needed was good wifi and it was be perfect. I booked my next leg of my journey with the Loka guild. Wednesday I leave Airlie beach to go to rockyhampton it's an overnight train arriving at 1.30am leaving Airlie at 5.20pm. We stay in ...
... they have become accustomed to it, and can be hand fed. Don't really agree with hand feeding them, as they are so well fed they have bred too well and in fact they have become a bit of a problem. There is also a large school of fish here that were being fed slices of bread, and there were so many of them they devoured a whole loaf of bread in very short time. We decided to get off the main road and visited a number of bays on the north West ...
... we were supposed to get a $10 meal voucher and $8 breakfast voucher when we checked in. So we went to reception to ask and they told us that because we used a base jumping card, we weren't entitled to it! So instead we just had snacks that we had with us for dinner. We decided not to go for a drink, but to put a wash on and catch up on our diary writing. Once that was done, we were ready for bed, as we'd had a pretty long ...
The Mount Stuart drive is quite something – it is only 8 kmsto the top but you climb steeply up to 550m.! The road twists and turns all theway and we were intrigued that a number of vehicles we saw had scrambling bikeson board. On our way back down, the penny dropped as we noticed a tortuous biketrack running alongside the road. We stopped where the vehicles were parked nearthe bottom to watch some bikes arrive and spoke to a lady who was waiting forher 14 year ...
After our lovely stay in the Daintree it was time to move on, so we packed up our campsite and set off for the ferry again. No three hour wait for us today - we got on the second ferry and soon we were back on the highway, with a decent drive on our hands. We made a stop in at Port Douglas for delicious coffee and cake before continuing on our way through the cane fields and banana crops to Innisfail. ...