Townsville, Queensland, Australia

Palmer street restaurant precinct, you will find Townsville dining at its best. This attractive harbour side district is home to some beautifully restored old pubs and restaurants. Another precinct is the Townsville Strand. Enjoy a few beers or a Sunday session at one of the pubs, or sit down to a memorable dining experience with some fine Australian fare at the spectacular Watermark on the Strand. One of Townsville's all time favourite restaurants is the Pier. Perched over the waters on the Townsville Marina, the Pier serves up a variety of fresh local seafood. For those seeking Something different experiences, a 62-foot schooner awaits on Townsvilles waters. this beautifully restored vessel depart from Nelly Bay off Magnetic Island. If its fresh local produce and good old-fashioned country cooking, head down to the Cotter's Market in the Flinders Street Mall.

Townsville region is all about its Historical Past, Aquatic Activitive and Natural Wonders. Like Castle Hill, an iconic attraction which stands proudly at 286m in the centre of Townsville City. Castle Hill offers 360-degree views of Townsville. With expansive coastal beachfronts, perfect for an fishing. some considers the region is one of the nation’s best sports fishing locations, Also you will find some of the world’s oldest continually living rainforests in the UNESCO Wet Tropics regions

Outdoor Activities: There are plenty of outdoor activities to keep the visitor amused. The remarkable Forts Walk is the best vantage point for wildlife, spectacular rocky coves and historic military sites. explore are the ancient and awe-inspiring rainforests of Townsville North Queensland. Swim in the crystal clear waterholes of Crystal Creek, stare with amazement at Wallaman Falls in the Hinchinbrook region - the largest single-drop waterfall in Australia.

The original inhabitants and the Traditional owners and custodians, the Bindal and Wulgurukaba People are the first people of the Townsville region. Townsville was founded in 1864 as a port for the fledgling pastoral industry in North Queensland. Following the discovery of gold in the immediate hinterland at Ravenswood and then Charters Towers, the town developed into the principal centre and de facto capital of North Queensland.

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