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

    Magnetic island day 3 / Airlie beach

    A travel blog entry by market on Nov 06, 2015

    ... two nights and visit a farm. Then Friday I go to rainbow beach to do Fraser Island and rainbow beach tour, where I'll be driving 4x4 truck. Checked into Nomads hostel turns out they have been brought by Base same hostel I stayed in at Magnetic island. Rooms nice with ensuite. But everything else is a pain in the ass. You have to give a deposit for kitchen equipment, wifi is only available at the nomads office from 6am - 9pm. Baggage luggage you have to pay for and ...

    Magnetic Island

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

    10 photos

    ... the island. Each one was different, but there were all beautiful. Arthur Bay we saw from the lookout, and it was quite spectacular. The road was very windy and narrow, and had lots of large, deep potholes, but we eventually arrived at Radical Bay, and it was ruggedly beautiful. We returned back to the main road where there is a walking track to some WW II forts, but it was a 4 Klm round trip so we gave that a miss. We followed the main road ...

    Townsville, the brown town that can get you down

    A travel blog entry by pbmdream on Aug 23, 2015

    10 photos

    ... to come down on his bike. There are apparently four levelsof mountain bike riding – easy, difficult, very difficult and extremelydifficult – this trail was in the very difficult category and we couldappreciate why! The riders have, by law, to wear all sorts of extra protectiveclothing to take part and deaths and bad injuries are not unknown. This lady is also a keen bike rider but notat this level – however, as she said to us, at least her son was ...

    Island Life

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

    29 photos

    ... magnetic compass on his ship. The island clearly has a magnetic effect because we quickly got stuck :) We lived at Bungalow Bay Resort which operated the koala sanctuary. The island itself has the northern most koala population in Australia. In 1935 seventeen koalas were brought over to the island on the ferry and now there are over 700 koalas thriving. Living at a backpackers resort allowed us to meet so many great people from all around the world. It was ...

    Day 24: Cape Tribulation to Rollingstone

    A travel blog entry by seh22 on Jul 20, 2015

    5 photos

    ... showers on and off today but we couldn't really complain as it was the first time we've had rain so far on the trip. We had a late lunch at Innisfail before driving on to Tully, the disputed rainfall capital of Australia, to take a photo of the Golden Gumboot. After another hour or so of driving, we arrived at the Big4 caravan park at Rollingstone (which is about half an hour north of Townsville) ...