TOP TOWNSVILLE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES

TOP TOWNSVILLE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES

Townsville has a little bit of everything to offer its visitors! Adventurous hikes, beautiful beaches, and a stunning tropical island just off the coast. Whether you’re just passing through or staying for a while and enjoying everything the region has to offer, we’ll help you pick out a home away from home.

1. Allure Hotel & Apartments

Approx price for 7 nights: $1776 AUD

Price is as of April 2018 and for 2 adults and 2 children.

Allure is located in Townsville City, featuring a crystal-clear swimming pool and fitness centre. All units include a comfortable sitting area with free Wi-Fi and an iPod docking station. With Horseshoe Bay and Arcadia a short drive away, Allure provides a cosy home while you’re holidaying.

Allure Hotel and Apartments

The sleek, modern exterior of Allure Hotel & Apartments. Image courtesy of booking.com.

2. Rowes Bay Beachfront Holiday Park

Approx price for 7 nights: $1022 AUD

Price is as of April 2018 and for 2 adults and 2 children.

If you’re looking for a fun beachfront holiday location, Rowes Bay Beachfront Holiday Park is the place for you. The property is 6 minute drive away from The Strand and a 10 minute drive from Townsville airport. The resort boasts picturesque views of Magnetic Island and offers many entertaining facilities on-site. Guests can have a ball (get it?) playing tennis at the free tennis courts, have a splash in the pool, stroll through the tropical gardens, and the kids can burn off their energy at the playground on the property.

Rowes Bay Holiday ParkFor accommodation right on the beach – this is the way to go! Image courtesy of booking.com

3. Summit Motel

Approx price for 7 nights: $635 AUD

Price is as of April 2018 and for 2 adults and 2 children.

The facilities at Summit Motel include a cool saltwater pool and shared laundry facilities, along with outdoor seating and free Wi-Fi for guests. You can wake up and sip on your morning coffee while watching the sun rise over Castle Hill. Townsville’s CBD is within walking distance, as is the beach. If you’re up for a little adventure, take a drive (or a hike!) up to the summit of Castle Hill for spectacular views.

Summit Motel

How would you like waking up to this view of Castle Hill every morning? Image courtesy of booking.com.

4. Boutique Apartments Beachfront Location

Approx price for 7 nights: $2050 AUD

Price is as of April 2018 and for 2 adults and 2 children.

This location is just one minute walk away from The Strand and all its wonderful attractions! If you walk 10 minutes further, you reach over 50 cafes with plenty of food options. If the kids need to burn off some energy, The Strand’s waterpark is situated practically on your doorstep. The homely apartments are fitted with everything you may need during your holiday, with friendly reception staff able to assist you with any questions you may have about the region.

Boutique ApartmentsA colourful and inviting space for the family to get together. Image courtesy of booking.com.

5. 202 The Watermark

Approx price for 7 nights: $1680 AUD

Price is as of April 2018 and for 2 adults and 2 children.

Boasting balconies with gorgeous sea views, 202 The Watermark is an ideal family destination. Situated on the North Ward, the hotel offers free Wi-Fi, BBQ facilities, and private parking. If you’re up for a swim but don’t fancy going down to the beach, take a dip in the hotel’s pool on-site. Itching to exercise? A fitness centre is available for guests to use. Apartments at 202 The Watermark have everything you need for a fantastic holiday – even including an oven and a dishwasher!

202 The Watermark

There’s nothing better than a refreshing swim after a day of exploring. Image courtesy of booking.com.

No matter the length of your stay, if you stay at one of these locations it’s bound to be memorable. North Queensland is a wonderful place with much to offer – make sure you get a good night’s rest so you can take it all in!

Feature image courtesy of Tourism and Events Queensland. Photographer: Paul Ewart.

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