Ridgemont Executive Motel and Restaurant

Address: 15 - 19 Victoria Street, Townsville, Queensland, 4810, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 15 - 19 Victoria Street, Townsville, is near Reef HQ, Museum of Tropical Queensland, IMAX Dome Theatre, and Tropical Diving.
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