Comfort Inn Robert Towns

Address: 261 Stanley Street, Townsville, Queensland, 4810, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 261 Stanley Street, Townsville, is near Reef HQ, Museum of Tropical Queensland, IMAX Dome Theatre, and Tropical Diving.
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      Travel Blogs from Townsville

      Tropical Drinks

      A travel blog entry by christaylor on Dec 10, 2014

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      It's a short post tonight because I'm tired. And when I'm tired I'm cranky and when I'm cranky things tend to go wrong and we just don't need any wrongness around here tonight. We are camped just north of Townsville in what is northern coastal Queensland. They grow ...

      Koala

      A travel blog entry by bethany_ on Dec 09, 2014

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      ... cook your own food in a communal kitchen is really weird, we need to stock up and buy a cool bag to maintain the ways of Australian Hostels. We went to the nearest shop by the beach and had a long chat with the owner about our lives in England, he was really sweet offering me a contact for billabong fashion as I explained the struggles of the fashion industry. There were three jars on his counter, one had a death adder snake in it that killed a neighbours dog, ...

      Townsville

      A travel blog entry by clarksaroundoz on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... a day. They lived in tents. Would have been a tough life!

      Loved Bowen. It was so pretty and the beaches were gorgeous little bays. Water delightfully warm and so many different coloured frangapani trees. Bowen also has murals painted on many of the buildings. Both Townsville and Bowen had great displays talking about their involvement in WWII and we spent quite a bit of time at each of them.

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      Townsville & Maggie Island 27/9/14-29/9/14

      A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... the shore, couldn't find this propeller so headed back. On the way in, we did see a manta ray and a huge shoal of little blue fish which was pretty cool. The sea water was so warm, we just floated around for a bit in the shallow water and I tried to pretend that it was a big bath. The bay was really beautiful with the most incredible turquoise sea. We caught the bus back to Nellie Bay and caught the ferry back to Townsville. Next stop, Charters ...

      Townsville - Travel Stop

      A travel blog entry by skye.roxby on Sep 18, 2014

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      ... spot to see on our short Townsville stopover was Castle Hill. A 280m high granite hill? (small mountain) that overlooks the city. The locals often use the hill for training (walking, running, bike riding etc.) I think they must be mad in this heat! It was a huge assent up a very winding "goat track" of a road and I did start to feel a bit faint (heights are not my thing). The view from the top was amazing (from a good safe distance from ...