How has this motel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Summit Motel Townsville
Travel Blogs from Townsville
... and straight, with just Cane fields and Banana plantations and a few Pineapple fields and a 76km of water pipeline to keep you interested. Arrived in Townsville and checked in to Shoredrive Motel right on The Strand, Unit 9 at 2.50pm with 782.8 km on the speedo. Walked along the sea front along with "hundreds" of others, lovely atmosphere. Have to say ...
We headed off North again this morning looking for a free camp on the beach. Got to Rollingstone, but it was not on the beach, although a nice spot with amenities. Then we went to Jourana Falls. Very pretty spot but not near beach. After having lunch at Taylor's Beach, near Ingham, which we would have loved ...
... so most are very secluded. By 2pm we had reached our hostel which was situated right on the beach overlooking one of the many bays on the island. After sitting down travelling all day we felt we needed to stretch our legs so, as usual, went for a little explore of the surrounding area finding very little but a few pretty viewpoints. We returned to our hostel for a nap (sitting on a bus and a ferry really tires you out). For dinner we decided to walk to ...
... the rocks where there were so many! After feeding a few Liam looked up to then see a sign saying you can help by not feeding the wallabys..... whoops! After our unhelpful feeding of the wallabys we drove on to do a walk upto a viewing point in the middle of the day to Lucys delight...... not. After our first mini argument since our trip, and our relationship to that matter (over what time of day to do the walk!) we both got over it ...
... were soon sipping bellinis under giant brollies! Luckily the rain stopped after the first 15 minutes and a lot of French toast had been consumed. The rangers brought out 3 reptiles for us to look at, feed and hold as a 'starter' to our animal experience. The 2 smaller ones looked like they had lion mains and there was a bigger one which we affectionately called 'Stumpy' as he didn't have a tail and looked more like a log and felt like a hot, scaly leather ...