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South Long Island - Site ID: 420
Imagine arriving by helicopter to your own secluded island paradise with waterfront bungalows surrounded by rainforest, a thirty foot yacht and skipper to take you exploring deserted beaches and coral gardens of the surrounding islands.
Coral sea holidays - Site ID: 426
Townsville - Sitting aside one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef system, is located off the north eastern coast of Australia. It borders the Coral Sea which is part of the Pacific Ocean.
Townsville - Site ID: 709
Townsville Enterprise is North Queensland's voice of industry, business and tourism. Our mission is to build and develop North Queensland to achieve sustainable economic and lifestyle benefits for the region and Australia and to promote the region as an exceptional place to live, work, invest and visit.
Townsville Guide - Site ID: 723
Townsville is viewed by many as the unofficial capital of North Queensland. A popular stop-off point for visitors to this area of the state. Its proximity to the Great Barrier Reef, as well as the numerous attractions that Townsville to offer, has seen its popularity rapidly increase over recent years.
Townsville Holidays - Site ID: 724
With the idyllic paradise of Magnetic Island right at your doorstep, it's not hard to see why people are attracted to Townsville. With an eclectic mix of rainforest, reef, sandy beaches, outback bush and big city benefits, has something for every holiday itinerary. However, the city is more than a magnetic destination it's the very heart of life in the tropics, with the region extending north to captivating Mission Beach, south to the rustic Burdekin and west to historic Charters Towers.
Maritime Museum - Site ID: 725
In 2001, the museum opened its doors to the public after a year of extensive refurbishment. With Commonwealth Centenary of Federation funding, the resulting 'ship complex' has attracted a great deal of community support. Located on the eastern bank of Ross Creek, the boardwalk overlooks the Townsville motorboat and yacht club, while the entrance gate opens out onto Palmer Street's inviting coffee and restaurant strip.