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Maryborough City Hall

388 Kent Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Designed by Brisbane architects Hall and Dods in American colonial style, Maryborough City Hall was erected in 1908 to replace the original timber Town Hall which stood on the opposite side of Kent Street. The exterior was built with locally
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Gold Coast Skydive

78 Musgrave St, Coolangatta QLD 4225

Gold Coast Skydive are the only Tandem Skydive operation on the gorgeous Gold Coast! Boasting an excellent safety record, state of the art equipment and a pristine beach-side location. They have a great team full of fun and professional

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Suncorp Stadium

40 Castlemaine St, Milton QLD 4064
Some say Suncorp Stadium is the best stadium in the southern hemisphere, seating almost 55,000 and holding some of the world's best games in Rugby League, Rugby Union and Soccer. Just minutes from the city centre in Milton, this world-class,
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Noosa Golf Club

46 Cooroy Noosa Road, Tewantin QLD 4565

Set over 6,107 metres of easy walking, Noosa Golf Club is the pioneer of golf in the Noosa area. Accessible in every way, Noosa welcomes all standards of players. Enjoy the tranquillity of the natural bush setting with an abundance of wildlife and interesting flora. Established in 1937, the course has continued to improve and impress, and is now considered to be one of the best club courses on the Sunshine Coast. The lush sub-tropical surroundings compliment the contemporary open air fully licensed Clubhouse and the views across the fairways and lakes from the Members lounge deck and Bistro make it an ideal place to enjoy a long lunch or dinner. It boasts one of Queensland's best pro shops, with hire clubs, buggies, motorised carts and a comprehensive range of clubs apparel and accessories. Noosa Golf Club welcomes you to the home of Noosa golf.

Mount Cougal, Springbrook National Park

Mount Cougal, Springbrook QLD 4213
Mount Cougal, Springbrook National Park is a mountainous section of Springbrook National Park, which is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. Mount Cougal's twin peaks have a significant place in stories told by the Yugambeh people, who have inhabited the area's mountains and valleys for thousands of years. The park protects valuable wildlife habitat and a diverse range of animals. It is the most easterly known location of the Lamington spiny cray. Enjoy a picnic at the scenic Cougal Cascades. At the display shelter, read about the parks World Heritage values. Take the walking track past cascades and rock pools to the restored remains of a bush sawmill dating from the 1940s. As you walk, watch for the land mullet, the world’s largest skink....

Boy and Bear

Alfred Street, Mackay QLD 4740
Boy and Bear have today announced the ‘Limit Of Love’ regional tour of Australia for November and December 2016, presented by triple J. The Aussie folk-pop faves will kick off the extensive string of shows in Ballarat, then moving through the 20-date schedule alongside national support act, four-part indie-folk group All Our Exes Live In Texas, covering regional areas of Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, and ACT. Fresh from a stellar set at Splendour and the Grass, the five- time ARIA award winners released their third studio album Limit Of Love in 2015. The LP, met with rave reviews, was recorded in the inspirational surroundings of Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studio....
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Canyon Flyer

Cedar Creek Falls Road, North Tamborine QLD 4272
The Canyon Flyer is one of the most extreme adventure attractions on the Gold Coast, and is Australia's largest guided zipline canopy tour of up to 10 adventurers with two awesome guides. The tour consists of seven huge ziplines that fly over Cedar Creek Canyon multiple times. As you cross Cedar Creek Gorge you get more than 60 metres high and get up to speeds as fast as 70 kilometres per hour! The zipline tour takes about three hours and also has a great 4WD experience as they take you from their reception to the start of your adventure. The Canyon Flyer is all about thrills, action, extreme adventure and getting the adrenaline pumping! Unlike their Adventure Park, there are no hard elements to go through, just insane ziplines all the way. This means its a great experience for all fitness levels and an adventure of a lifetime!...

QRDC - Round 1

Lakeside Road, Kurwongbah QLD 4503
The premier racing drivers championship, the Queensland Racing Drivers' Championship is kicking off at Lakeside for 2017. The Championship is open to talented newcomers as well as experienced old hands and produces some very close racing. The Championship regularly attracts in excess of 50 talented drivers to do battle. QRDC has a wide range of vehicles competing, as well as demonstrations and off track entertainment for all the family....

Cape York Camping Punsand Bay

Cape York Camping Punsand Bay, Bamaga QLD 4876
Cape York Camping Punsand Bay is the ultimate base for any Cape York adventurer looking to explore and discover the Cape York Peninsula and Torres Strait Islands. Situated five kilometres south-west from "The Tip" on the Cape York Peninsula, it is the most northern address in Australia. The beachfront camping ground, accommodation, restaurant and bar overlook the picturesque waters of the Arafura Sea, Torres Strait Islands and northwards to "The Tip" of Australia. Cape York Camping has a range of accommodation and camping ideal for couples, families and groups to relax, unwind and recharge. Kick back and relax in the The Corrugation Bar after a long day of corrugations. The Corrugation Bar has a selection of beers, wines, spirits and non alcoholic beverages available. A great place to meet other travellers and swap stories. A wood-fired pizza menu is available. Pizzas, bases and sauces are prepared in house daily using fresh locally sourced ingredients. Takeaway pizzas are available to enjoy back at your camp site. Grab your book, towel and cool off with a swim in the swimming pool. Over looking the ocean and situated close to the bar, restaurant, beach, accommodation and camping....

Rockhampton Art Gallery

62 Victoria Parade, Rockhampton QLD 4700
Rockhampton Art Gallery was established in 1967 and houses a group of mid-twentieth century paintings and works on paper that is arguably the finest in regional Queensland, and one of the most significant in regional Australia. Artists include Charles Blackman, Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan, Russell Drysdale, John Brack, Fred Williams, Grace Cossington Smith and Jeffrey Smart. The Gallery manages two art awards: the Gold Award, an acquisitive art prize worth AUD50,000 for contemporary Australian paintings; and the Bayton Award, a non-acquisitive prize worth AUD5,000 for Central Queensland residents. Through these Awards, the Gallery has re-energised its collection of paintings to now include works by contemporary artists Michael Zavros, Sally Gabori, Victoria Reichelt and Ben Quilty. The Gallery offers an innovated exhibition program, with displays drawn from the Gallery's collection, and through hosting touring exhibitions from international, national, state, regional and university galleries. A diverse range of education and public programs are offered to visitors of all ages, from toddlers through to lifelong learners. The Gallery has a gift shop, and is supported by Rockhampton Regional Council; Rockhampton Art Gallery Trust and; Friends of Rockhampton Art Gallery. ...
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One Thornbury Boutique Bed and Breakfast

1 Thornbury Street, Spring Hill QLD 4000
One Thornbury is a charming heritage "Queenslander" cottage (cira 1886) less than one kilometre from the central business district of Brisbane. They offer affordable luxury accommodation in stylish well appointed rooms with private bathroom/en-suite. They also have a most pleasant garden lounge where breakfast is served along with with free wi-fi. One Thornbury can provide daily or weekly bed and breakfast or the property can be booked as a whole-of-house rental for larger gatherings, conferences, reunions, and celebrations. There are seven rooms, accommodating a maximum of 14 persons. The property is not suitable for children under 15 years....

Botanic Gardens Cafe

9 Lagoon Street, The Leap QLD 4740
The Lagoons Gallery is a large premier space for your next dinner presentation, reception or cocktail function with capacity for 40 round table or cocktail style for 100+. A large glass feature wall looks into the rainforest Eungella Cloud Garden and offers glimpses of the Lagoons and surrounding Gardens. Art exhibitions, displayed regularly on the Lagoons Gallery walls and in two showcases, add a colourful and exciting backdrop to your function. The Lagoon Deck is a striking covered venue directly adjacent to the gallery for outdoor functions with an amazing views of the Botanic Gardens. The lagoon deck is suitable for round table seating for 70 or stand-up cocktail style functions for 300+. Operated by Clifford Stocks, Lagoons Café offers you a unique and high profile location. Lagoons Cafe can offer you expert knowledge to create a unique themed night that your guests will remember. Bookings are recommended. Catering for coaches and large group bookings can also be made upon request. ...

Palmview

Palmview, Palmview QLD 4553
Centrally located on the Sunshine Coast, Palmview is right on the Bruce Highway and just 10 minutes drive from the golden beaches of beautiful Mooloolaba. The breath-taking Sunshine Coast Hinterland is just 15 minutes up the road and the pristine Mooloolah National Park is right next door. A network of rehabilitated natural waterways weave through Palmview and can be enjoyed from a number of parks and walkways. Palmview is home to family-friendly theme parks and tourist attractions. The young and the young at heart will find it hard to resist a ride on a rollercoaster, a strap around a go kart track, a drive on the dodgems, or a turn on an old fashioned carousel or ferris wheel. Right next door to all the thrills and spills you can kick back and relax with a cold drink and a huge feed of good Aussie tucker at The Pub. Accommodation at Palmview is limited but many options can be found at nearby Mooloolaba on the beach. Choose from high-rise apartments, hotels, motels, backpackers, resorts, self-contained apartments, holiday rentals and cabins....
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Adventure, Cruise, Dive and Outer Reef - Whitsundays Sailing Adventures

402 Shute Harbour Road, Airlie Beach QLD 4802
Sea kayaking, sailing, exploring the World Heritage Listed Whitsunday Islands, visiting Whitehaven Beach, snorkelling or diving the Great Barrier Reef provide an action packed adventure! Summertime has been lovingly restored and immaculately maintained while retaining all of her old world charm, with classic oiled timbers which are combined with the modern convenience of a fully air-conditioned vessel. Summertime is the only vessel in the region that allows all guests to experience guided kayaking safaris on our ‘sit on top’ kayaks, this lets us guide you on an Eco-Friendly exploration of hidden inlets and fringing reefs as a group which is a highlight of this cruise. Sail and Dive the Outer Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands on our 16.4 metre ketch and enjoy your first dive for free. Kiana is the only vessel in the region that caters for small numbers to the outer Great Barrier Reef. Below decks is fully air-conditioned and fitted out for maximum comfort for 14 passengers. Enjoy the comfort of Kiana’s large saloon area and private cabins. Above deck there’s lots of room for gearing up to go diving, snorkeling or relaxing in the sun....

Great Barrier Reef Islands

Great Barrier Reef, Mission Beach QLD 4852
Stretching more than 2,000 kilometres along the Queensland coastline and covering 35 million hectares, the Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef. It is home to an abundance of marine wildlife - including more than 1,500 brilliantly coloured species of tropical fish, 4000 species of molluscs, 400 species of sponge and 300 species of hard corals. The Great Barrier Reef's islands and cays support bird species by the hundred, including reef herons, ospreys, frigate birds and sea eagles. The reef is also of cultural importance, containing many archaeological sites of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin. Some notable examples include Lizard and Hinchinbrook Islands with their spectacular galleries of rock paintings. The many diving and snorkelling opportunities provide visitors with the best way of getting close to the Great Barrier Reef's many wonders. Tourism operators offer professional accredited dive courses, introductory reef dives and for the experienced, extended dive charters incorporating night dives or guided ecology dives. If delving into the deep blue is not for you - there are semi-submersible craft, glass bottom boats and a variety of land-based reef attractions. ...

Ayr

Ayr, Ayr QLD 4807
Situated on the north side of the mighty Burdekin River, 85 kilometres south of Townsville, the prosperous rural community of Ayr is the main town in the Burdekin Shire. This is prime sugar country, with about 80,000 hectares of land under sugar cane, and an annual production of about 1.25 million tonnes of raw sugar. The district also contributes one-third of the nation's mango harvest and is a major producer of melons and many other fruit and vegetable varieties. The Burdekin sits on a vast natural aquifer which is artificially replenished with water from the Burdekin River. A rich network of creeks and mangrove lined estuaries make the area a mecca for fishing and crabbing. The Burdekin is a known hotspot for fighting fish, the barramundi, as well as estuary species such as mangrove jack and trevally. Nearby Alva Beach offers miles of unspoilt, sandy coastline and is a popular spot for beach fishing, birdwatching and windsurfing. It's also a close launching point for a dive tour to the world famous dive wreck, the 'SS Yongala'. The Burdekin's magnificent wetlands offer excellent birdwatching opportunities. About 280 species have been recorded in the area, including the cotton pygmy-goose, which is listed as endangered in New South Wales. The spectacular Burdekin River Bridge is the district's best known landmark and is the longest crossing of its type in the country. Known as the Silver Link, it is the only bridge in Australia built without a firm foothold. ...

Atherton War Memorial

Kennedy Highway, Atherton QLD 4883
A jubilant soldier, clenched right fist in the air, seemingly cheering in triumph, creates an unusual sight at Atherton's War Memorial. Tinaroo Shire chairman Mr Grau unveiled the memorial on 1 May 1924 following combined fundraising by local women and Atherton RSL. Leftover funds were used to expand Atherton's hospital. The soldier statue, believed to have been designed and executed by the region's then leading monumental firm Melrose and Fenwick, bears other unique features: a gas mask and a tin hat, instead of a slouch hat; rocks support the digger's leg instead of a tree stump. Originally the digger carried a rifle with a fixed bayonet in his left hand, which was blown off in a severe storm in 1934. The names of the 67 men from the district who died in WWI are listed on a plate at the front of the monument; another 35 names, representing locals who died in WWII, appear on the rear. This monument was moved from the town's main intersection and sits within a park, opposite Atherton's RSL building....

Oskars on Burleigh

43 Goodwin Terrace, Burleigh Heads QLD 4220
Arguably the best restaurant location on the Gold Coast, Oskars on Burleigh overlooks one of the best surfing beaches in the world. By day, diners enjoy the foreground of white sand and an inviting blue ocean. By dusk, multi-coloured sunsets dominate the sky. Innovative cuisine, the simplicity of natural elements backed by a relaxed modern ambience ensures the multi-award winning restaurant retains its position as one of the best restaurants on the Gold Coast. The prime location overlooking the beach is only part of what makes Oskars so special - a reputation for excellence in every aspect of food, service and attention to detail ensure the diner’s experience is one of a kind. Oskars has a daily changing menu offering the freshest seafood, such as snapper from Yamba, Moreton Bay bugs, king prawns and Hervey Bay scallops. Oskars menu also offers a range of grain fed steak, free range poultry and tender lamb. Oskars also specialises in customising group celebrations, corporate events and weddings....

Let Me Be Myself - The Life Story Of Anne Frank

27 Lindsay Street, East Toowoomba QLD 4350
Discover the personal story of Anne Frank from her birth in Frankfurt in 1929 to her death in Bergen-Belsen in 1945 and learn more about the famous diary. Her story is complemented with images and accounts about the time in which she lived: the rise of the national socialists, the persecution of the Jews and the Second World War. Let me be myself – the life story of Anne Frank is a travelling exhibition from the Anne Frank Stitching in Amsterdam....

Lloyd Cole – The Retrospective

Cnr Grey and Melbourne St, South Brisbane QLD 4101
Through both his lauded work fronting The Commotions and his more eclectic solo efforts, Lloyd Cole established himself as one of the most articulate and acute songwriters of the post-punk era. Finally, he returns to Australia in January 2017 with The Retrospective – playing the Lloyd Cole songbook 1983 to 1996. To celebrate the release of the new 1983 to 1996 anthology, Lloyd will perform songs exclusively from this classic period. The release of 2015’s Lloyd Cole and the Commotions Collected Recordings 1983 to 1989 was received to universal warmth and acclaim, and it sold out far more quickly than UMG anticipated. Embracing a spirit of rediscovery, this show is not to be missed by any true Lloyd Cole fan or anyone with a passion for the history of alt-pop/rock. "Remains timeless.” Nottingham Post. Presented by QPAC in association with Troubadour Music....
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Ramada Marcoola Beach

923 David Low Way, Marcoola QLD 4564
Overlooking soft white sands and the sparkling Pacific Ocean, Ramada Marcoola Beach offers the perfect base to relax and explore the best attractions of the Sunshine Coast. The absolute beachfront resort offers accommodation options ranging from hotel rooms to one, two and three-bedroom apartments, plus spacious and spectacular penthouses, providing a comfortable and convenient holiday experience just a short drive from popular hotspot Noosa....

Red Gum Track

Broadwater Road, Dalby QLD 4405
Leave Lake Broadwater's main recreation area and wind through huge river red gums skirting the lake edge. Watch for birds on the water or in the lake-side forest, and spy kangaroos, wallabies, lizards and a range of interesting local plants. The Wilga Campground track joins the Red Gum track and leads to the Wilga Campground 600 metres further on....

Raffles Mooloolaba

65 - 69 First Avenue, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
Raffles Mooloolaba, an intimate resort, is just a short stroll to all that idyllic Mooloolaba has to offer. Raffles Mooloolaba comprises 30 modern and inviting fully self-contained spacious and comfortable one or two bedroom apartments. Choose from a ground floor apartment with its own private and secure courtyard, a deluxe apartment with either garden or partial ocean views, ocean view apartment or an ocean view Penthouse apartment with its own private rooftop with barbecue and outdoor furniture setting. Each apartment's features include modern appliances, granite bench tops, LCD television, split air-conditioning, free Foxtel, complimentary WiFi and a double spa bath ensuite. Relax in private on your own east to north facing balcony or enjoy their resort facilities - heated pool, spa, barbecue entertainment area, lift, free parking and tour desk. Walk across the street to the supermarket, 80 metres to the closest restaurant, 200 metres to the local bus stop, 150 metres to the nearest beach, 500 metres to the Surf Club and Underwater World, or take a five minute drive to the coast's largest shopping and movie complex or a 30 minute drive to Australia Zoo. Raffles Mooloolaba is the ideal base for your Sunshine Coast adventure....

Central Studio Accommodation

166 Auckland Street, Gladstone Dc QLD 4680
Central Studios offer studio accommodation in the Gladstone Central Business District. They cater for both corporate and holiday guests alike. Designed for comfort, the well appointed studios offer a contemporary style, each with equipped kitchenettes, and all the requirements for corporate travel. Featuring four types of accommodation there is something to suit everyone, from two to four guests. Their convenient location in the Central Business District places you only a moments walk from a major supermarket, shopping centre, and a variety of restaurants, clubs and bars. Experience the Gladstone region, stay at Central Studios and treat yourself to a little extra hospitality....

Soldier Statue Memorial, Chinchilla

57 Heeney Street, Chinchilla QLD 4413
Chinchilla's soldier statue on the northern Darling Downs, 1 of 55 surviving soldier statues in Queensland, has had its share of wars on home soil. Governor Sir Hamilton John Goold-Adams unveiled the AL Petrie-made memorial on 30 January 1919, originally in a small memorial park in Chinchilla Street, near the footbridge over the railway line. Vandalism damaged this symbol of nationalistic pride, youth, innocence, loyalty and bravery. In 1977, the statue was removed and separated from its pedestal and base. Part of the pedestal was re-erected and an obelisk added in front of the Chinchilla Civic Centre: this was rededicated in 1979. The Women's Auxiliary of Chinchilla's RSL sub-branch raised funds for the damaged soldier statue to be restored. It was re-erected in front of the RSL hall further down Heeny Street in 1992. ...

Australia Day at the Woolshed

264 Jondaryan-Evanslea Road, Jondaryan QLD 4403
Celebrate Australia Day 2016 at the Woolshed at Jondaryan.   What better way to spend this national day other than immersing yourself in the culture and history that makes Australia great.   Both powered and non-powered camping is available on-site. Bookings are required for the Great Aussie Barbecue so please phone reception. Entry is by a gold coin donation (Australia Day only)....

Australian Hovercraft Federation 2017 National Rally - hosted by Queensland Sporting Hovercraft Club

13 kilometres East of Inglewood on the Cunningham Highway South East Queensland Australia, Inglewood QLD 4387
Recreational hovercraft owners from across Australia will gather at Lake Coolmunda, South East Queensland on July 8 and 9, 2017 for a weekend of fun events on the water. They will be camping at the water's edge or at the adjacent caravan park, which is located 13 kilometres east of Inglewood, which is 256 kilometres south west of Brisbane, the state capital. For more information, please visit their website....

Sarina War Memorial

Broad Street, Sarina QLD 4737
WWI memorials like that in the north Queensland sugar town of Sarina speak volumes of community pride and patriotism. Their soldier statue was erected for the 1919 ANZAC Day ceremonies, paid for through public subscription. It specifically says that it is a 'commemoration' of Sarina Shire residents who enlisted: 114 men. The outpouring of grief that came with 60,000 Australian deaths on the other side of the world, and buried overseas, was publicly expressed through memorials. The soldier statue, as in Sarina, was Queensland's preferred choice. Sarina's soldier, crafted by Townsville monumental masons Melrose and Fenwick, stands head slightly bowed, hands crossed over a reversed rifle, resting on his left boot. He stands on a pedestal which bears a marble plaque and 24 names, the locals who died in WWI. Similar plaques have been added to honour those who fought in subsequent conflicts: WWII, Korea, Malaya, Borneo and Vietnam. Sarina's war memorial is found in a central median strip, where two major regional roads meet, the Bruce Highway and the Marlborough Sarina Road....

Tartuffe

Corner of Grey Street and Melbourne Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101
He’ll wheedle his way into your life and before you know it, all you had was gone. The slick swindler’s latest mark is the wealthy Orgon, head of a household on the very top rung of society’s ladder. Orgon has worked hard to make his fortune and live a lavish life, but something is missing. Posing as a spiritual advisor, Tartuffe is selling salvation to the successful but soul-sick socialite and has him wrapped around his little finger. The creep intends to ruin Orgon and walk away with his fortune, his wife and his daughter to boot! But fortunately, Orgon’s family can see right through this devilish impostor. Ribald and riotously irreverent, Tartuffe is about the war of wits between a falsely pious fraud and a family conspiring to catch him with his pants around his ankles. When first performed in the 17th century, French playwright Molière’s sinfully brilliant comedy was damned as such an attack on religious hypocrisy that the Catholic Church called for anyone watching or performing it to be excommunicated. The public, however, loved it – and its pillorying of religious fanaticism and moral weakness will resonate with modern crowds just as keenly....

Once in Royal David's City by Michael Gow

Corner of Grey Street and Melbourne Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101
Will has planned to share a restful Christmas with his mother. But then she falls ill. During a bedside vigil, Will is forced to piece together the shards of his life, questioning his role as an artist, a son, and a citizen of the world. Another moving and life-affirming work by Michael Gow (Away)....

Cania Gorge National Park

Cania Dam Road , Monto QLD 4630
Trace the footsteps of local Indigenous ancestors who have been documented as living in the Cania Gorge National Park area for over 19,000 years and experience the abundant wildlife which has been sustained by this special ecosystem in Queensland's stunning Sandstone Wilderness. Discover the sandstone landscapes and cliffs, fern-covered pools and forests, where you might just spot a grazing rock wallaby, sunbathing rainbow skink, a hunting lacemonitor, or hear the call of the dollarbirds. Eight bushwalks can lead you on adventures to monolithic overhangs, dry gullies, past cliffs into dark crevices where orchids bloom, to lush fern covered pools and past towering eucalypts and other native fauna. This is an ancient place where water is still eroding and moulding the ever-changing landscape, where rock wallabies, peregrine falcons and wedge-tailed eagles have all called their home for thousands of years. Like the predictable water and food sources in the gorge sustained our Indigenous ancestors all those years ago, let Cania Gorge whet your appetite for a truly amazing and up close experience with nature in all its glory. ...
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Quest Mackay

38 Macalister Street, Mackay QLD 4740
Quest Mackay is an apartment style hotel located in the heart of the Mackay Central Business District close to all local attractions, restaurants, nightlife and the Mackay Entertainment and Convention Centre. They have a conference room, an outdoor pool, a rooftop garden with barbecue facilities for guest use and access to an offsite full service gymnasium. Quest Mackay is the second largest property in Mackay with 97 apartments. The property has a combination of Studio, One and Two Bedroom Apartments that are semi and fully self-contained with kitchen and laundry facilities for short or long term stays for leisure or business travel. ...

Palmer Street

Palmer Street, Townsville QLD 4810
Located on the city's south bank, Palmer Street captures the essence of international cuisine and is a prime location to start your night, or day, boasting award winning restaurants for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Whether you desire Indian, Asian, Italian, French, Mexican, modern Australian or locally caught seafood, this is Townsville's premium eating strip. Palmer Street is also home to a number of accommodation options ranging from hotels to serviced apartments and backpacker accommodation. The central location and wide range of dining options makes it an ideal spot to stay, eat and shop! Stroll along Palmer Street to admire the historical buildings and boutique shops and visit the Maritime Museum. ...