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Venues and Accommodation

Townsville North Queensland

Meetings, Incentives, Conference & Exhibitions Guide

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Whatever the size of your event or conference, the Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau will work with you every step of the way to offer a marvellous range of venues, locations and day-trip options to deliver an event your clients and delegates will long remember.

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Venues and Accommodation Contents Townsville North Queensland

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Access Townsville

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New and Future Developments

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Industry Links

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Visit Townsville North Queensland

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2020 Events Calendar

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Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau Services

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Townsville North Queensland Bid Fund

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Case Studies

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Venues and Accommodation

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Creative Off-site Dinners

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Support Services

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Pre and Post Touring: Townsville North Queensland’s Top 20 040 Pre and Post Touring: Must-do Eco Bucket List

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Pre and Post Touring: Stay With a Difference

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Contact: Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau PO Box 1043 Townsville QLD 4810 Phone: +61 7 4726 2753 Email: businessevents@tel.com.au

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Venues andNorth Accommodation Townsville Queensland Townsville North Queensland boasts reefs and rainforest, islands and outback, history and heritage – all within a short drive of Northern Australia’s largest city. Townsville North Queensland is the events capital of northern Queensland. With a population approaching 240,000, Townsville North Queensland is a vibrant region. The commercial hub of the region is the city of Townsville which has more than 800 accommodation and dining outlets, over 1,400 retailing outlets, over 3,500 hotel rooms, spectacular and diverse events, and a wide range of attractions and tours. The Townsville North Queensland region consists of the Local Government Areas of Townsville and Magnetic Island, Charters Towers, Palm Island, the Burdekin and Hinchinbrook. With a strong economic base and diverse industry sectors, Townsville North Queensland offers great industry linkages and learning opportunities for conferencing and trade delegates. Events can leverage renowned academic professionals and key industry leaders based in the region, and also have opportunities to discover industry-leading research centres, projects and operations.

Townsville City Aerial image by Budd Photography

Where is Townsville North Queensland?

With spectacular Queensland weather, contemporary and unique conferencing and event venues, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs, incentive programs and world-class attractions and dining on offer, Townsville North Queensland will leave a lasting impression for your next event.

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Access Townsville With over 23,000 airline seats weekly, it has never been more convenient to access the Townsville North Queensland region.

Getting into the city Townsville Airport is located only 10 minutes from the city with a number of different transport options available. Car hire options are also available at the airport terminal. Taxis are renowned for their prompt service and affordable fares.

Each year Townsville welcomes over 1.6 million passengers via major airlines, with direct flights from Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Sydney, Melbourne and regional Queensland centres.

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Venues Accommodation New andand Future Developments NEW: The Ville Resort–Casino Redevelopment The Ville Resort–Casino is superbly located on the breakwater boasting a variety of accommodation rooms overlooking either Magnetic Island and the Coral Sea, or the marina and city. The Ville Resort–Casino has just completed a $43 million redevelopment, transforming Townsville’s iconic hotel and casino into a luxury resort and premier entertainment destination.

Island, Palm Island and John Brewer Reef, The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park send a powerful visual message representing the stories of the region and represent a beautiful blend of art, science and culture. MOUA will provide an immersive experience providing all visitors a greater understanding of the science and conservation efforts linked to the Reef, as well as the region’s Indigenous and cultural heritage.

The property features 194 hotel rooms showcasing unique tropical North Queensland styling; a luxurious infinity edge resort pool with swim-up bar; six exciting restaurants and bars; and state-of-the-art functions spaces. NEW: Queensland Country Bank Stadium Queensland Country Bank Stadium is a centrally located, 25,000 seat, best-practice, multi-purpose regional stadium in Townsville. The February 2020 launch of the new stadium provides a new home for the regions beloved North Queensland Toyota Cowboys NRL Team. Queensland Country Bank Stadium offers corporate and function facilities including: 88 external corporate boxes, 17 corporate suites, two major function rooms, Field Club, Centreline Club, Club Lounge, Chairman’s Lounge, The Terraces and Sky Decks. Redevelopment around the new stadium precinct is continually providing new retail, dining and accommodation options right in the heart of the city. A city walkways project is also improving city accessibility and connectivity.

Museum of Underwater Art by Jason deCaires Taylor

COMING SOON: Townsville Marine Precinct Project The introduction of the Townsville Marine Precinct will streamline and improve the visitor experience through a major transformation of Townsville’s ferry and bus transport system. The Marine Precinct development will include new ferry berths, facilities for buses, a commercial precinct and a brand new 90room hotel. COMING SOON: Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium Redevelopment Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium is the worlds largest living coral reef aquarium and will receive a $26.9M redevelopment across four years to improve predator tanks, coral reef exhibits, turtle hospital and back of house facilities. COMING SOON: Townsville Airport Redevelopment

Queensland Country Bank Stadium

OPENING APRIL 2020: Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA)

Townsville Airport will undergo a $80M redevelopment over three years to transform the airport into a modern and efficient facility through terminal refurbishments, access enhancement and infrastructure upgrades included lounges, seating areas and retail space.

The Museum of Underwater Art is a globally significant project for Townsville, the surrounding regions and more broadly to Queensland and Australia.

COMING SOON: Cowboys Community, Training and HighPerformance Centre

The Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA) is the only underwater art museum in the Southern Hemisphere and is being developed by world renowned artist Jason DeCaires Taylor. The project sees a series of artistic sculptures placed on the ocean floor as a dive and snorkel attraction. The four sites at The Strand, Magnetic

The $40M Cowboys Community, Training and High-Performance Centre will be adjacent to the new Queensland Country Bank Stadium and will combine community areas, multi-sport highperformance training spaces, sports medicine and sports science laboratories.

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Industry Links Townsville North Queensland offers a diverse, resilient and prosperous economic base that thrives on growth. Townsville is considered the Capital for Northern Australia and has the largest population base for this region. Public Administration & Safety 16.8% Rental, Hiring & Real Estate Services 13.2% Health Care & Social Assistance 8.4% Construction 7.9% Education & Training 7.0% Manufacturing 5.5% Transport, Postal & Warehousing 4.8%

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Accommodation & Food Services 2.9% Wholesale Trade 2.9%

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A range of health and welfare services are available across the Townsville North Queensland region. Townsville offers both Information Media & Telecommunications 1.9% public and private hospital options. Arts & Recreation Services 0.6% Mining 2.2%

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Public Administration & Safety 16.8% Rental, Hiring & Real Estate Services 13.2% Health Care & Social Assistance 8.4%

The Townsville University Hospital specialises in cardiac, obstetric, gynaecological, paediatric, neurosurgical, orthopaedic, cancer, mental health, neonatal, allied health, anaesthetic and intensive care services.

Construction 7.9% Education & Training 7.0% Manufacturing 5.5% Transport, Postal & Warehousing 4.8% Retail Trade 4.6% Financial & Insurance Services 4.5% Electricity, Gas, Water & Waste Services 4.4% Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing 4.1% Professional, Scientific & Technical Services 3.6% Accommodation & Food Services 2.9%

Townsville University Hospital also acts as a hub for health research the region. With a state-of-the-art, dedicated research space and close geographical links to James Cook University, the hospital is on the cutting edge of tropical medicine research with clinical trial partnerships both onsite and via telehealth. Townsville University Hospital runs one of Australia’s largest and busiest emergency departments, which is consistently ranked among the top-performing departments among major tertiary hospitals in Australia.

Wholesale Trade 2.9% Administrative & Support Services 2.7% Mining 2.2% Other Services 1.9% Information Media & Telecommunications 1.9% Arts & Recreation Services 0.6% SOURCE: REMPLAN

View across Townsville from Mount Stuart by Megan MacKinnon

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Mater Private Hospital provides medical excellence and specialist services, backed by a commitment to patient-centred care in the Mercy Tradition. Stage 1 of the Master Plan is a $52 million development due for completion mid-2020. The project will deliver a new X-Ray facility, digital Operating Theatres, a new Day Surgery Unit and a new Hospital entrance.


Sports Medicine and Services Townsville is home to two national sporting teams and has been host to a number of State and National sporting events. Given this strong sporting scene, the city boasts a significant number of sports services including physios, chiropractors and sports scientists. The region is also well known for its ability to provide the latest in sports technology and equipment such as antigravity treadmills and heat training facilities. Additional resources and sporting services are also available through the cities two universities – James Cook University and Central Queensland University. Education and Innovation With two internationally renowned universities, James Cook University (JCU) and Central Queensland University (CQU) and two TAFE campuses, education is a large industry for Townsville North Queensland. James Cook University is number one in the world for marine and freshwater biology and in the top 2% of universities in the world with over 21,972 students from 108 countries. JCU’s main campus is based in Townsville with additional campuses in Cairns, Brisbane and Singapore. Central Queensland University currently has over 1000 students studying on campus or via distance education. The campus boasts state of the art nursing and paramedic science labs and teaching spaces. TAFE Queensland North provides further education and training in Queensland and Townsville is also home to TecNQ, a registered training organisation and independent senior secondary school. Future projects include a $35M revitalisation of the Pimlico TAFE Campus including modernised learning areas and new equipment for hair and beauty, nursing, visual arts and

hospitality facilities is underway. This renovation will cater for anticipated future growth as the region’s specialised non-trade training campus. Agriculture Townsville North Queensland has a booming farming and livestock sector and is recognised as one of Australia’s premier agricultural areas. The Burdekin and Hinchinbrook are some of Australia’s largest sugar cane producing areas, with over 80,000 hectares of land dedicated to this crop and cane yields among the highest in the nation. Additionally, the Burdekin harvests one-third of the nation’s mangoes and also produces capsicums, zucchinis, pumpkins, corn, melons and an array of other fruit and vegetables. Charters Towers to the west of Townsville is recognised for its quality beef industry. Heavy Industry Townsville North Queensland is a services hub for the Northern Australia mineralisation regions with billions worth of mining, construction and infrastructure projects either underway or proposed for the region. Two major mineral processing plants operate within the region. The Port of Townsville is a catalyst and partner in establishing and developing trade within Northern Queensland and is Queensland’s third largest multi-cargo port. Marine Science Townsville North Queensland offers access to world class experts and research centres within the marine science field. With the Great Barrier Reef on Townsville’s doorstep it is home to the headquarters of the Australian Institute of Marine Science, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and James Cook University (world renowned in marine sciences). Both The combination of these organisations work to build capabilities in marine biodiversity and protect, conserve and develop the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

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Visit Townsville North Queensland Uncover a nature lover’s paradise in Townsville North Queensland. Give your delegates the opportunity to explore a romantic village nestled in the rainforest, discover the magic of the Great Barrier Reef, fall in love with the vastness of the Australian outback, ease into the island lifestyle on Magnetic Island, encounter native wildlife, be intrigued by the region’s rich history and experience awe-inspiring waterfalls. Townsville North Queensland is the perfect place to ignite a sense of wonder and fulfil a sense of adventure. The Townsville North Queensland region is made up of several destinations: Townsville and Magnetic Island, Charters Towers, Hinchinbrook, Burdekin, Palm Island and The Great Barrier Reef. The city of Townsville is nearing a population of 200,000 people, with the broader regional population approximately 240,000.

Townsville The city of Townsville combines a vibrant and bustling community, a relaxed North Queensland lifestyle, rich history and stunning natural wonders. Explore the city centre with dining, accommodation and shopping like no other city in regional Australia. Conquer Castle Hill and soak up the sun along Townsville’s beachfront promenade, The Strand. Head slightly north of Townsville to discover the rainforest and waterfalls in the tranquillity of Paluma National Park.

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Townsville Top Must Dos Walk or drive to the top of Castle Hill for stunning 360-degree views of Townsville City

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The Strand Jetty by Megan MacKinnon


Magnetic Island (20 minute ferry from Townsville) Discover a tropical island paradise surrounded by secluded bays, golden beaches and activities to excite everyone. Just a short ferry ride from Townsville, Magnetic Island offers the natural beauty and serenity of an untouched paradise within a thriving community.

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Magnetic Island Top Must Dos

With approximately 2,500 locals residing on Magnetic Island, this is the only place on the Great Barrier Reef where visitors can truly experience the Australian island lifestyle. Magnetic Island is home to Northern Australia’s largest colony of koalas in the wild, incredible fringing coral reefs and is set amongst a stunning national park.

Spot one of the local koalas that make up Northern Australia’s largest colony in the world, whilst marvelling at 360-degree views and WWII fortifications on the Forts Walk Visit one of the 23 sun-soaked beached around the island on a boat tour Hire a topless car and enjoy drive the island tropical style Snorkel the island’s snorkel trails and discover giant clams, marine life and coral along the way Have a go at water sports – jet ski, paddle board or kayak to explore some of the hot spots of this island paradise

The Forts Walk, Magnetic Island by Megan MacKinnon

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Visit Townsville North Queensland Hinchinbrook (Ingham is 1.5 hours or 112km north-west of Townsville) If tropical rainforests, eco-adventures, cultural heritage and beautiful beaches are on your list for the perfect holiday, Hinchinbrook is an itinerary must. This scenic region is just 1.5 hour’s drive north of Townsville and is a wonderland of naturebased attractions in a vibrant cultural setting. As the southern gateway to the Wet Tropics World Heritage listed rainforests, you can chase waterfalls, experience unique fishing sites, conquer uninhabited Jurassic islands and witness the Southern Hemisphere’s largest single drop waterfall, Wallaman Falls. The town centre of Ingham is known for its large Italian community, a testament to the unique dining, shopping and events within the town.

Hinchinbrook Aerial by Megan MacKinnon

Hinchinbrook Top Must Dos

The Burdekin district is nestled in the delta of the Burdekin River, with two main townships – Ayr and Home Hill – linked by the iconic Burdekin Bridge. Well known as the sugar capital of Australia, the Burdekin is the biggest and sweetest sugar cane producer in the country and is one of the few cane growing regions left in Australia where cane is burnt before harvesting. The magnificent cane fires frequently light up the evening skies between June and December. The bountiful Burdekin region is well known for offering fantastic fishing, incredible boutique shopping, world renowned diving, magnificent wetlands, beautiful birdlife and miles of unspoilt beaches to explore.

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Experience one of the world’s best wreck dives, the SS Yongala

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Wallaman Falls by Megan MacKinnon

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Burdekin (Ayr is 1 hour or 82km south-east of Townsville)

Take a step back in time and explore the WWII fortifications on Charlies Hill Sample some sweet local produce and try the exotic achacha fruit Enjoy an authentic drive in movie theatre

Stardust Drive In Cinema in Ayr by Budd Photography


Charters Towers (1.5 hours or 136km south-west of Townsville) Step back in time and discover the authentic charm and elegance of Charters Towers, a living montage of Australian history and heritage. When gold was first discovered in Charters Towers in 1871, the town became a gold rush town and quickly grew to become the second largest in the state. Today, you can really feel the history through the magnificent heritage buildings which are testament to the prosperity of years past. Visit the drive-in cinema to experience a movie under the stars, pan for gold at the Miner’s Cottage, take in the views of the vast and stunning landscape from Towers Hill Lookout, enjoy a true outback encounter at Texas Longhorn Wagon Safaris.

Orpheus Island by Mark Fitz

Palm Island Group Orpheus Island Charter a boat, take your own, or touch down via helicopter to discover Orpheus Island, offering 1,300 hectares of untouched National Park, unique wildlife and amazing reef experiences at every turn. Book into the Island’s luxury resort, capped to indulge just 28 guests at a time, and experience endless adventure with all-inclusive meals, watersports equipment and more – perfect for the lovers of exclusive and tranquil holidays.

Towers Hill Sunrise, Charters Towers by Megan MacKinnon

Charters Towers Top Must Dos  iscover the working life of the gold rush at the D Venus Gold Battery Meet the Texas Longhorns on a wagon tour or safari  xplore WWII fortifications and mining relics atop E Towers Hill  ake a historical walking tour and enjoy the stories of T yesteryear Pan for gold at The Miners Cottage

Texas Longhorn, Charters Towers by Megan MacKinnon

Palm Island Located 65km north-west of Townsville, Palm Island is the traditional country of the Manbarra people and, more recently, home of the Bwgcolman tribal people. Palm Island offers Indigenous heritage, rich cultural history and unspoilt natural landscapes. Palm Island is accessible via SeaLink Queensland ferry or by air. Pelorus Island Just north of Orpheus Island lies the pristine Pelorus Island, offering snorkel and dive experiences on fringing reefs accessible right off the beach. Reach Pelorus island by private boat or dive tour with Remote Area Dive, with self-sufficient camping also permitted.

Palm Island waters by Megan MacKinnon

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YOUR 2020 TOWNSVILLE NORTH QUEENSLAND EVENTS CALENDAR YOUR 2020 TOWNSVILLE NORTH queensland events calendar

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MANPOWER AUSTRALIA – LIVE AT THE VILLE RESORT– CASINO 7–8 February

RESCUE UP LATE (MUSEUM EXHIBITION) 6 March

SHANE MUSPRATT CUP RUGBY CARNIVAL 4–5 April

NORTH QUEENSLAND SPORTFISHING CHAMPIONSHIPS (HINCHINBROOK) 1–3 May

MOTOR SHOW AND SWAP MEET (CHARTERS TOWERS) 5–7 June

CHARTERS TOWERS COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL 1–3 May

NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS SYDNEY ROOSTERS 6 June

ELLIOT’S REVENGE TRAIL RUN 5 April

INTERNATIONAL OCEAN FILM TOUR – TOWNSVILLE 12 Februaryen

LIFE FESTIVAL 2019 7–10 April

TWO FIRES: THE CHISEL/ BARNES SHOW 2 May HOME HILL SUGAR BOWL 2–4 May

BEACH RUGBY AUSTRALIA – NORTHERN AUSTRALIA CHAMPIONSHIPS 14–16 February

INGHAM SUGAR CITY RODEO 8–9 May

TAYLORS BEACH FAMILY FISHING TOURNAMENT (HINCHINBROOK) 22 February NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOYA COWBOYS VS BRISBANE BRONCOS 13 March NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS PARRAMATTA EELS 28 March

GOLD CITY CAMPDRAFT 12–14 June FLEETWOOD MAC: RUNNING IN THE SHADOWS 13 June PET EXPO 14 June

BURDEKIN GROWERS RACE DAY 16 May

DAM FINE RALLY 18–30 June

FIONA O’LAUGHLIN LIVE AT THE VILLE RESORT–CASINO 18 April

NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS SOUTH SYDNEY RABBITOHS 22 May

PRACTICALLY PERFECT: THE MUSIC OF JULIE ANDREWS 19 June

TOWNSVILLE BIG BOYS TOYS EXPO 18–19 April

THE PERCIVALS (ART EXHIBITION) 22 May – 19 Jul

RECOVERY OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF EXPEDITION 22–26 April

TASMAN TURTLE’S PICNIC DAY (HINCHINBROOK) 23 May

MIKE CARNEY TOYOTA TOWNSVILLE BARBECUE BATTLE 20 June

BURDEKIN AUTO FESTIVAL 24–26 April

THE TWO BAYS TRAIL RUN 23 May

NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS MELBOURNE STORM 16 April

GLORY DAYS: THE BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN SHOW 15 February

PALM CREEK FOLK FESTIVAL 11–14 June

NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS GOLD COAST TITANS 9 May

2020 NORTH QUEENSLAND GAMES 10–13 April

HOTTER THAN HELL 2020 – TOWNSVILLE (CONCERT) 15 February

CASTLE HILL TRAIL RUN 23 February

GROOVIN THE MOO MUSIC FESTIVAL 3 May

MARCH 4X4 COME AND TRY DAY (CHARTERS TOWERS) 8 March

ECO FIESTA 7 June

HERITAGE DAY 21 June

ANZAC DAY SERVICES 25 April

ELTON JOHN FAREWELL YELLOW BRICK ROAD TOUR AT QUEENSLAND COUNTRY BANK STADIUM – 29 February

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NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS CANTERBURY BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS 25 April BURDEKIN SUGAR RUSH 26 April

SWEET DAYS, HOT NIGHTS FESTIVAL 28–30 May TOWNSVILLE MAGNETICON COSPLAY AND GAMING EXPO 30–31 May

SUPERCARS WATPAC TOWNSVILLE 400 26–28 June


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SEALINK MAGNETIC I SLAND RACE WEEK 27 August – 2 September 2020

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NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS CANBERRA RAIDERS 1 August

BURDEKIN WATER FESTIVAL 5 September

IRONMAN/ALUMINIUM LADY MOTORKHANA/ KHANA CROSS MOTORSPORT EVENT (CHARTERS TOWERS) 1–2 August NORTH AUSTRALIAN FESTIVAL OF ARTS 2 July – 2 August NORTHERN FRINGE FESTIVAL 2 July – 2 August MILLCHESTER FESTIVAL OF DIRT (CHARTERS TOWERS) 4–5 July JULY 4X4 COME AND TRY DAY (CHARTERS TOWERS) 12 July

NORTH QUEENSLAND ELITE RODEO 14–15 August

NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS 12 July RECOVERY OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF EXPEDITION 15–19 July BURDEKIN READERS AND WRITERS FESTIVAL 17–19 July HALO (LIGHT SHOW) 17 July – 2 August

INGHAM MARAKA FESTIVAL 17 October

MCDONALDS TOWNSVILLE RUNNING FESTIVAL 1–2 August AUSTRALIAN ITALIAN FESTIVAL (HINCHINBROOK) 1–2 August

INTERSPORT TOWNSVILLE TRIATHLON AND MULTISPORT FESTIVAL 14–23 August

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ROLLINGSTONE PINEAPPLE FESTIVAL 12 September RELAY FOR LIFE 12–13 September

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TOWERS RUSH (CHARTERS TOWERS) 1 November

RECOVERY OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF EXPEDITION 21–25 October

HOME HILL HARVEST FESTIVAL 7 November

DINNER UNDER THE STARS (HINCHINBROOK) 24 October

NOVEMBER 4X4 COME AND TRY DAY (CHARTERS TOWERS) 8 November

SEPTEMBER 4X4 COME AND TRY DAY (CHARTERS TOWERS) 13 September ICN TROPIX NORTH QUEENSLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS 19 September THE GREAT ISLAND TREK 19 September

NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS CRONULLA SHARKS 20 August

PALUMA DAM GOOD TRAIL RUN 25 October

PROFESSIONAL BULL RIDERS (PBR) Date TBC

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LADIES DAY RACES 18 July ‘PALUMA PUSH’ RACE 19 July 9TH BIENNIAL QUEENSLAND HERITAGE RALLY 23–26 July NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS MANLY SEA EAGLES 25 July CHARTERS TOWERS SHOW 26–28 July AUSTRALIAN FESTIVAL OF CHAMBER MUSIC 31 July – 9 August

SEALINK MAGNETIC ISLAND RACE WEEK 27 August – 2 September CAPE PALLARENDA TRAIL RUN 23 August NORTH QUEENSLAND TOYOTA COWBOYS VS NEW ZEALAND WARRIORS 29 August

NEW YEARS EVE CELEBRATIONS 31 December

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Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau Services The Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau is a complimentary service that is the first point of contact for meeting and conference planners interested in hosting events in Townsville North Queensland. The Convention Bureau acts as the facilitator between local conference venues, accommodation houses, service providers and other professional services and offers industry expertise, efficient and effective support for your event. The team at the Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau can assist with using our extensive local networks and expertise to develop a tailored solution ideal for your event. Bid Preparation Looking for a new destination to host your next event, but not sure where to start? Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau is available to assist with a fully comprehensive and professionally presented bid document that is aligned exactly to your client’s needs. Let us do the hard work for you by sourcing quotes, coming up with event venue ideas and providing contacts for all your event needs. Contact us to discuss how we can assist in your bid preparation, including Townsville North Queensland destination information, images and video content. Incentive Programs Townsville North Queensland is the gateway to the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef, tropical islands, wet tropics rainforests, national parks, wetlands and home to world class professional and industry leaders. Immerse, enrich and entertain your delegates with unique incentive itineraries highlighting the beautiful landscapes and the unique characters that give Townsville its friendly flavour. Work with us to create a personalised incentive experience, to reward, relax and give your delegates a little bit of something they didn’t have before.

Townsville Sign at Central Park by Megan MacKinnon

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Delegate Boosting The Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau wants your event to be an outstanding success and will work with you along the way to ensure positive attendance. Whether you need destination content, images or would like assistance with your marketing and promotion strategies, the team can help you at every step.

Familiarisation Tours and Site inspections The Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau can provide the services you need to inspect and immerse yourself in the destination before hosting your event. The Bureau can coordinate a customised site inspection program, or you can join one of the Bureau’s regular familiarisation tours as a qualified buyer. Contact the bureau to register your interest. Corporate Social Responsibility Programs for Business Events Corporate Social Responsibility within conference programs is a great way to build corporate awareness, give back to the local community and showcase sustainable practices. Let the Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau package a CSR incursion (bringing programs or activities into your conference venue) or excursion to suit your client’s requirements, by providing your delegates with a team building experience that gives back to the local community or environment

View to Magnetic Island from The Strand by Megan MacKinnon


Townsville North Queensland Bid Fund Townsville Enterprise, Townsville City Council, and a collective of local accommodation and venue operators have contributed to a funding pool to support the attraction of new events into Townsville North Queensland. The Bid Fund is managed by Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau.

Bid Fund Partners

Events that are seeking financial support are required to meet the below eligibility criteria. Eligibility Criteria Critical The event must provide a strong and positive economic impact to the Townsville North Queensland region  he event is not yet committed to or confirmed to be hosted T in Townsville North Queensland  he event would not consider Townsville North Queensland T as a destination without funding  he event will increase event-specific visitor expenditure and T build the profile of the destination At least 50% of event attendees are likely to travel to Townsville North Queensland and will stay in at least one night of paid accommodation The event organisers agree to completing a Post Event Acquittal prior to invoicing  iming of existing major events is taken into consideration T and discussed with TEL prior to committing to event dates Desirable The event supports a balanced events calendar The event is held outside of peak consumer tourism periods The funding will go towards; marketing, travel/logistics or improved visitor experience  here is a likelihood of the event returning to Townsville North T Queensland without funding

To apply for funding: Email businessevents@tel.com.au or visit townsvilleconventionbureau.com.au/event-funding

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Case Studies 2018 EB Games and ZING! Pop Culture Conference Event Venues: The Ville Resort–Casino, Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre, Rydges Southbank Townsville and Elite Rodeo Accommodation Venues: The Ville Resort–Casino, Grand Hotel and Apartments, Mariners North Holiday Apartments, Oaks Gateway on Palmer and Oaks Metropole Delegates: 520 pax Estimated Economic Value: $1M

In September 2018, 500+ store managers, and regional and state team leaders from around Australia and New Zealand attended the 2018 EB Games and ZING! Pop Culture Conference, injecting nearly $1M into Townsville’s Economy. It was an opportunity for development, networking and for attendees to hear firsthand from gaming industry publishers on the upcoming game releases such as the highly anticipated worldwide launch of Red Dead Redemption 2. Securing this conference in Townsville was a direct result of the Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau’s attendance at the Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME). The event organisers then visited Townsville shortly after where potential venues were presented, with Townsville then securing the event after bidding against other destination from across the AsiaPacific. The Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau assisted with a site visit, full conference proposal, acted as an intermediary between venues, arranged an airport welcome with Townsville Airports, suggested dining venues, provided local connections for support services and assisted in sourcing merchandise for delegates.

Off-site dinner at Elite Rodeo by Budd Photography

During the conference social events, delegates experienced a private rodeo event at Elite Rodeo, this social function utilised a number of services from local business across food and beverage, transport, accommodation and AV requirements.

EB Games and ZING! Pop Culture Conference at the Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre by Megan MacKinnon

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Venues and Accommodation 2018 Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference Event Venues: Rydges Southbank, Townsville City Council, The Ville Resort–Casino Accommodation Venues: Rydges Southbank, The Ville Resort–Casino Delegates: 230 pax Estimated Economic Value: $302K

The Southern Hemisphere’s largest ecotourism conference was held in November 2018, focused on the Great Barrier Reef. The conference was first in Townsville in 2006, and its return in 2018 was a great outcome for the tourism industry. Having the premier event in Townsville allowed Townsville to showcase its outstanding environmental tourism experiences and facilities to the best ecotourism operators and tourism professionals in the world. A total of 76 presentations and 3 keynote panel discussions were held over 3 days with presentations covering topics on Ecotourism and Protected Areas, Accommodating Ecotourism, Building Sustainable Destinations, Ecotourism and Conservation and Destination Development and Marketing.

“Townsville is a vibrant and welcoming tropical city offering conference delegates a wide range of options for evening events and technical tours. Flanked by the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Areas, and with a world-renowned reef research reputation, Townsville offers a great base for natural heritage-based events. “ – Tony Charters AM, Convenor – Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference 2018 Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference at Rydges Southbank

Rydges Southbank Ballroom

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Venues and Accommodation Venues without Accommodation

No. of Meeting Rooms

1300SMILES Stadium

Maximum Room Capacity Theatre

Banquet

Cocktail

Spectator Capacity 26,500

A Touch of Salt

1

120

On application

Billabong Sanctuary

1

70

On application

On application

Black River Stadium

Spectator Capacity 3,500

Brothers Leagues Club

3

180

200

250

Cowboys Leagues Club

3

50

150

150

Elite Rodeo (Herveys Range Rodeo Grounds)

Spectator Capacity 3,500

JAM

3

On application

100

100

James Cook University Douglas Campus

3

100

On application

200

James Cook University City Campus

5

48

On application

Museum of Tropical Queensland

2

55

200

250

Perc Tucker Regional Gallery

50

100

Pinnacles Gallery

50

100

Quayside Terminal

2

720

470

1000

Queensland Country Bank Stadium

9

Spectator Capacity 25,000

600

1000

Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium

4

90

100

250

Reid Park

5

100

120

250

Riverway Arts Centre

4

400

180

420

Riverway Stadium

5

Spectator Capacity 10,000

150

190

RSL Stadium

7

1500

SeaLink Queensland

40

250

The Banquet Centre

1

On application

200

400

The Pier

1

120

200

Townsville Civic Theatre

1

1000

Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre

3

5500

760

Townsville Yacht Club

2

120

150

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Venues with Accommodation

No. of No. of Accommodation Meeting Rooms Rooms

Maximum Room Capacity Theatre

Banquet

Cocktail

Amaroo on Mandalay Magnetic Island

56

1

110

120

150

City Oasis Inn

42

1

70

70

Grand Hotel and Apartments Townsville

106

Hotel Grand Chancellor

200

7

150

120

180

Mercure Townsville

162

11

300

600

1000

Oaks Townsville Metropole Hotel

104

4

198

140

200

Peppers Blue on Blue Magnetic Island

63

3

120

100

150

Quest Townsville on Eyre

85

1

72

20

120

Rydges Southbank Townsville

110

10

500

350

400

The Ville Resort– Casino

194

19

960

550

1000

Townsville Central Hotel

112

3

80

60

Has partnership with JAM and The Banquet Centre

No. of Meeting Rooms

Theatre

Banquet

Cocktail

Arthur Titley Centre

800

500

1000

Beef and Gold Rooms

1

50

50

50

World Theatre

1

600

150

Burdekin Memorial Hall

3

1000

500

On application

Burdekin Theatre

1

550

100

On application

Regional Facilities

Maximum Room Capacity

CHARTERS TOWERS REGION

BURDEKIN SHIRE

HINCHINBROOK SHIRE JL Kelly Memorial Hall

Maximum Capacity 263

Shire Hall

Maximum Capacity 530

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Mercure Townsville The Mercure Townsville is ideally located only minutes from the airport or city centre, and is set amidst 11 acres of unique tropical gardens on the shores of Lake Curralea. Offering excellent corporate facilities in a relaxed spacious environment, with a wide range of conference facilities and accommodation rooms, Mercure Townsville is the perfect venue for your next event.

Contact Information MERCURE TOWNSVILLE Address 166 – 194 Woolcock Street Currajong QLD 4810 Phone +61 7 4759 4900 Website www.mercuretownsville.com.au

More important facts about Mercure Townsville: 5 minute drive from Townsville Airport & Townsville City 2 minute walk to CastleTown Shopping Centre 24 Hour reception 162 air-conditioned accommodation rooms

3 large outdoor lawn venues that can cater up to 1000 guests

Cabaret

Banquet

Board

Classroom

300 350

184

200

70

150

Theatre

3 boardrooms suitable for small meetings or interviews  nique Queenslander-style Plantation Deck overlooking the U lake & tropical gardens – perfect for dinner functions

Cocktail

 indoor function rooms of varying sizes offering the 5 versatility to cater from 10 to 300 guests

ROOM Ballroom (Burdekin + Crystal combined)

Boardroom 1

25

12

12

12

Boardroom 2

25

14

14

14

Boardroom 3

25

14

14

14

On-site complimentary Wi-Fi

Plantation Room

100

100

56

70

24

48

 riendly & professional staff to assist with your conference F andz accommodation requirements.

(Eacham + Tinaroo combined)

120

120

65

80

50

65

Ballroom Lawn

1000

600

Lakeside Lawn

250

150

Oasis Lawn

200

150

 elsius Restaurant & Poolside Cocktail Bar open 7 days a C week, breakfast, lunch & dinner Ample complimentary car parking

Mercure Townsville Lobby

020

Lakes Room

Mercure Townsville Poolside by Budd Photography


Oaks Townsville Metropole Hotel

OAKS TOWNSVILLE METROPOLE HOTEL Address 81 Palmer Street South Townsville QLD 4810 Phone 1300 559 129

Cabaret

Banquet

Board

Classroom

Website www.oakshotels.com.au/oaks-metropole-hotel

Cocktail

Centrally located in Townsville, Oaks Metropole Hotel is situated on Palmer St and are in walking distance to the CBD, the strand and to ferry terminals direct to Magnetic Island. Both properties are perfectly located on the main restaurant strip for tasting local cuisine and socialising with your delegates prior or post conference.

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Townsville hotels come no more spacious, affordable and comfortable than Oaks M on Palmer, making it the perfect Townsville hotel choice for those wanting to make the most of this exciting coastal city with prime access to local attractions, and the comfort of fully serviced and spacious apartment living.

12

Ballroom

198

200

111

150

116

Cameron Room

90

80

54

71

34

48

Turnbridge Room

99

120

63

84

46

66

ROOM Boardroom

Oaks Townsville Metropole Hotel Exterior

Ballroom

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Queensland Country Bank Stadium Queensland Country Bank Stadium is a centrally located, 25,000 seat, best-practice, multi-purpose regional stadium in Townsville. The stadium will be home to the famous North Queensland Cowboys NRL Team with the first match to be played in March 2020.

Contact Information QUEENSLAND COUNTRY BANK STADIUM Address 2 Pride Close Railway Estate QLD 4810 Phone +61 7 4722 7729

Queensland Country Bank Stadium Corporate and Function Facilities:

Website www.northqueenslandstadium.com.au

88 external corporate boxes 17 corporate suites Two major function rooms

A number of corporate experiences including:

Chairman’s Lounge

ROOM

Theatre

Cocktail

Cabaret

Banquet

Board

Classroom

Field Club

The Terraces

Centreline Club

100

64

80

Sky Decks

Chairmans Lounge

80

40

50

Club Lounge

350

Field of Play

1000 480 600

Centreline Club Club Lounge

Function Rooms

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280 280

168

210

Field Club

160

Private Suite

16

16

The Terraces

180

Sky Decks

130

Function Room at Queensland Country Bank Stadium


Reid Park

Reid Park

REID PARK Address Boundary Street South Townsville QLD 4810 Phone 1300 878 001

ROOM

Cabaret

Banquet

Board

Classroom

Website www.townsville.qld.gov.au

Cocktail

At its centre is the Reid Park Pit-Lane Complex, a venue in the heart of the action offering a range of meeting rooms and break-out fuction areas including a 15 bay pit-lane garage complex offering a unique setting for your next business event.

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Home to the iconic Townsville 400 races, Reid Park is a multipurpose precinct that has a diverse range of uses including large concerts/festivals, school and career expos, business forums, driver training programs, car and truck shows and private and commercial social functions.

Meeting Room 1

80

100

60

30

30

Meeting Room 2

50

80

50

25

25

Meeting Room 3

90

120

70

35

35

Meeting Room 4

100 200

100

40

40

Meeting Room 5

90

120

70

35

35

Terrace West

100 250

120

40

40

Terrace East

100 250

120

40

40

Little Reid Park

– 10,000

Reid Park

– 22,000

Townsville 400

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Riverway Stadium Located along the foreshore of the Ross River is the Riverway Precinct, one of Townsville’s most exciting destinations for your next business event. Boasting two huge swimming lagoons, a multi-purpose arts centre with a capacity for 420 delegates, a contemporary art gallery, and a 10,000 capacity sports stadium, the options are truly endless for your next function or event.

Contact Information RIVERWAY STADIUM Address 20 Village Boulevard Thuringowa QLD 4810 Phone +61 7 4773 8885 Website www.townsville.qld.gov.au

Riverway Stadium

Riverway Stadium Aerial by Budd Photography

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Classroom

Board

20

Banquet

Meeting Room x 4

200 190

Cabaret

Function Room

Cocktail

ROOM

Theatre

Riverway Stadium has been home to local, regional, state, and national AFL and cricket matches. The stadium is a unique venue for meetings, functions or special events. With large modern function facilities overlooking the picturesque grounds of Riverway, incorporating audio/ visual equipment, multiple break out rooms, a licensed bar and a fabulous catering panel, anything is possible.

150

50

16

Riverway Stadium


The Ville Resort–Casino The Ville Resort–Casino is superbly located on the breakwater boasting a variety of accommodation rooms overlooking either Magnetic Island and the Coral Sea or Marina and city. Enjoy some of the best dining options Townsville has to offer at The Ville’s restaurants. The property features bars, 24 hour reception, room service, conferencing facilities and 300 car parks as well as concierge services. For the entertainment enthusiasts The Ville is the place to be with live entertainment and Townsville’s only casino.

Contact Information THE VILLE RESORT–CASINO Address Sir Leslie Thiess Drive Townsville City QLD 4810 Phone +61 7 4722 2333 Website www.the-ville.com.au

Classroom 150

Ballroom 2

153

100

72

90

60

Ballroom 3

72

50

32

40

36

300

Grand Ballroom

600 600 320 400

Coral Sea Room

80

70

40

60

50

Daintree Room

40

30

16

20

18

Pavilion 1

320

320

160 200

100

Pavilion 2

320

320

160 200

100

Pavilion 3

320

320

160 200

100

The Pavilion

960 1000 480 550

350

Poolside Lawn

The Ville Resort–Casino

Banquet

Cabaret

350 300 160 200

Cocktail

Ballroom 1

ROOM

Theatre

Board

After a $40M redevelopment, The Ville Resort–Casino now includes a infinity-edge pool with swim-up bar and private cabanas, new functions and events areas, new restaurants and bars and all with extensive decking and views to Magnetic Island.

300

200

The Pavilion, The Ville Resort–Casino

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Townsville Civic Theatre

CIVIC THEATRE Address 41 Boundary Street South Townsville QLD 4810 Phone +61 7 4727 9013

Balcony Bar

Townsville Civic Theatre

026

Classroom

C2

Board

Performance Space 1000

Banquet

ROOM

Cabaret

Website www.townsville.qld.gov.au

Cocktail

The theatre offers performances in dance, music, opera, comedy and drama from major Australian companies with international and national artists that complement the work of local performing arts organisations.

Contact Information

Theatre

The Townsville Civic Theatre is North Queensland’s premier cultural facility owned and managed by Townsville City Council. Since its opening in 1978, the theatre continues to be a dynamic centre of entertainment and provide an environment to further develop the performing arts in Townsville and the region.

150

75

250 300 –

80

Townsville Civic Theatre


Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre

Designed as a multipurpose facility, the Townsville Entertainment & Convention Centre hosts a variety of concerts, conventions, exhibitions, seminars, gala dinners and indoor sporting events. The Townsville Entertainment & Convention Centre encompasses seven comfortable and stylishly appointed rooms that can be used individually or collectively in a variety of modes.

Contact Information TOWNSVILLE ENTERTAINMENT AND CONVENTION CENTRE Address Entertainment Drive, Townsville QLD 4810 Phone +61 7 4722 0600 Website www.tecc.net.au

TOWNSVILLE ENTERTAINMENT

& CONVENTION CENTRE

Board

Banquet

Auditorium

4,128 2,500

Magnetic Room

280 300

180

190

Palm Room

300 250

180

220

1,000 980 2,200

Orpheus Room

40

30

30

Yongala Room

40

30

30

Cleveland Room

30

50

15

1,000

Queensland Foyer

Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre

Cabaret

ROOM

Cocktail

From floor plans and room capabilities to themed events and menu selections, the experienced staff will take care of all the details – including some you may not have even thought about.

Theatre

Regardless of the size or type of event, each client is assisted by a dedicated Event Manager who will advise on planning and organising to ensure the event is a complete success.

Classroom

The Townsville Entertainment & Convention Centre is the North’s premier convention and entertainment venue positioned on the Breakwater Marina, within walking distance of the city heart.

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Townsville Stadium Townsville Stadium is Townsville’s multi-purpose sporting venue and can provide you with a range of services to suit your needs. Located at Murray Sports Complex with a capacity for over 2000, we are ideal for sporting, function and industry events. Our facility features an international standard wooden sports floor, multi-purpose function rooms, a public gym, Townsville City Council – Venue Management offices, community sporting groups and is home to the WNBL team: JCU Townsville Fire.

Contact Information TOWNSVILLE STADIUM Address 40 – 48 Murray Lyons Cres Annandale QLD 4811 Phone +61 7 4778 4404 Website www.townsville.qld.gov.au

Banquet

Board

Classroom

Sport

The main arena at Townsville Stadium features an international standard wooden sport floor and tiered retractable seating for feature games. The floor area covers three courts and is line marked for badminton, basketball, netball, futsal, and volleyball. With retractable netting curtains courts can be separate or divided in half to accommodate multiple users at any one time.

ROOM

Cocktail

The Skybox rooms can be used as corporate entertaining areas for sports events or as individual meeting/ conference rooms. Townsville Stadium has the latest audio visual equipment 65’ smart tvs in meeting rooms, portable LCD projectors, HDMI modulation to all tv’s in the building, as well as integrated audio throughout the building.

Theatre

The whole venue, individual meeting rooms or court bookings can be made by the general public at the stadium. The stadium has onsite parking for 310 spaces with 6 dedicated handicapped spaces.

Arena

1,500

1,300

2,200

Meeting Room

30

30

20

20

Sky Boxes x 5

30

30

20

20

Ground Floor Foyer 100

100

110

Bar Foyer

120

60

80

Townsville Stadium doesn’t just cater to sports rather it is a multi-purpose built facility. The arena floor can be carpeted for expos, dinners or other showcase events. In addition the stadium has a range of furniture available for events.

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Townsville Stadium by Michael Chambers


The Burdekin Shire Just one hour’s drive south of Townsville is the Burdekin Shire – sugar capital of Australia, fishing mecca, bird-watching paradise and traditional homeland of the Gudjuda Aboriginal people. Based around the twin towns of Ayr and Home Hill, the district includes over a dozen other smaller centres and is as famous for its rich, flat farmlands as it is for its amazing waterways and scenic beauty.

Contact Information BURDEKIN SHIRE COUNCIL Address 145 Young Street Ayr QLD 4807 Phone +61 7 4783 9800 Website www.burdekin.qld.gov.au

The Burdekin Theatre

Board

Classroom

It has a seating capacity at tables for up to 500 people and concert style for 1,000 people. Modern dressing rooms are available and there is a front of house stage curtain, plus back drops. A smaller hall and meeting room for up to 30 people is also available.

Banquet

This air-conditioned complex is an extremely popular venue for major balls, conference/workshops, fashion shows, cabarets, dance nights, school formals and weddings.

Cabaret

Burdekin Memorial Hall

ROOM

Cocktail

The Burdekin Theatre and conference complex is located at 161 Queen St, Ayr and is the premier location in the Burdekin region for meetings, conferences and social functions. In addition to hosting music, theatre, dance and social events, this well equipped venue provides the ideal conference, meeting or wedding venue and is only one hour away from Townsville. The main auditorium (500) is ideal for plenary sessions, with a user-friendly foyer (200) and function room (100) that are ideal for smaller events or as breakout spaces and a large entry plaza that easily accommodates 700 is perfect for outdoor entertainment, exhibitions and displays. The facility has extensive staging, performance and conference equipment, is fully licensed and runs Wi-Fi throughout the venue. Its highly-professional conference and meetings team is welcoming and friendly and is totally committed to ensuring your event is a memorable one.

Theatre

The Burdekin Theatre

Burdekin Theatre

472

140

Burdekin Theatre Foyer

140

140

80

Burdekin Theatre Forecourt

800

200

Burdekin Theatre Music Loft

60

100

80

40

Burdekin Memorial 700 500 Hall

500

Burdekin Memorial Hall – Minor Hall

120

80

Burdekin Memorial 25 Hall - Meeting Room

25

25

Burdekin Memorial Hall

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The Hinchinbrook Shire Hinchinbrook in the Herbert River Valley is a region rich in heritage, natural attractions and enviable lifestyle pursuits. An easy 90 minute drive north from Townsville, Hinchinbrook Shire comprises of Ingham as the vibrant multicultural and commercial hub, and several charming townships including Halifax, Lucinda, Taylors and Forrest Beaches to create a perfect backdrop for events. The choice of venues is matched only by imagination in creating a truly bespoke experience.

Contact Information HINCHINBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL Address 25 Lannercost Street Ingham QLD 4807 Phone +61 7 4776 4600 Website www.hinchinbrook.qld.gov.au

TYTO Conference Centre

Theatre

Cocktail

Cabaret

Banquet

Board

Classroom

TYTO is an award-winning multi-dimensional facility dedicated to artistic, cultural and environmental excellence. The Conference Centre and surrounds cater to a range of events from intimate to extravagant when utilising the picturesque outdoor facilities inclusive of the Piazza, Amphitheatre and Parklands. The Regional Art Gallery, Recording Studio, Shire Library and 120 hectare Wetlands with Interpretive Centre within the same complex make this a unique venue to create something spectacular. TYTO – Be Inspired.

530

500

TYTO – Jacana Room

70

114

70

34

36

TYTO – Whistler Room

30

40

24

18

12

TYTO – Monarch Room

20

40

20

18

9

TYTO – Jabiru Room 42

60

30

22

16

TYTO – Wagtail Room

15

15

15

15

15

15

TYTO Art Gallery

25

44

35

20

TYTO Art Gallery Forecourt

120

100

Hinchinbrook Shire Hall

ROOM

The Hinchinbrook Shire Hall is a multi-purpose venue catering for large and small events. Gala balls, presentations and conferences are just some of the events that take place within the Hall. The Hall holds up to 530 people with on-site catering facilities, bar and stage. The Hinchinbrook Shire Hall is located in Ingham’s CBD with close proximity to local shops and TYTO.

Hinchinbrook Shire Hall

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Image by Budd Photography


The Charters Towers Region Charters Towers delivers all your expectations for a professional event and more. Whatever you’re looking for, from an outdoor natural amphitheatre to external yet undercover venues for hundreds of delegates or traditional internal venues, Charters Towers, the outback in the Tropics, will provide you with a truly unique and authentic experience that will impress.

Contact Information CHARTERS TOWERS REGIONAL COUNCIL Address 12 Mosman Street Charters Towers QLD 4820 Phone +61 7 4761 5300 Website www.charterstowers.qld.gov.au

The World Theatre

Board

Classroom

World Theatre

Banquet

ROOM

Cabaret

Directly opposite The World Theatre, is the Arthur Titley Centre. This venue offers an insight into the style and class of events gone by. Commercial catering facilities and a separate bar area serve the two separate function rooms with a stage equipped with disabled access.

Cocktail

Arthur Titley Centre

Theatre

For larger events, The World Theatre in the heart of Charters Towers’ business district provides a unique venue with the latest in production capabilities. The complex boasts its own full bar facilities as well as fully licensed restaurant and a snack bar. The grand entrance introduces you to the elegance that lies within and the theatre foyer area which plays host to a gallery display that presents pieces from the coveted collection of historically significant pieces to valuable contemporary works.

660

150

Arthur Titley Centre 800 1,000

50

Beef and Gold Rooms

50

60

400

Beef and Gold Rooms The Charters Towers Beef and Gold Rooms are conveniently located within the Charters Towers Regional Council’s Administration Complex. The combined rooms offer full catering facilities and optional break out spaces to cater for events up to 50 people. An overhead projector and whiteboards are available for use.

World Theatre

Beef and Gold Rooms

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Creative Off-site Dinners Whether you are wanting a private rodeo, an event with a view or something uniquely Queensland, with 320 days of sunshine, there are plenty of opportunities in Townsville North Queensland for unique dining experiences.

View across the Strand from Magnetic island by Megan MacKinnon

Image by JAM

Strand Park

Castle Hill

Centrally located along Townsville’s pristine beach front, The Strand. The Strand is a popular and iconic location for Townsville locals and easily accessible from the CBD.

Castle Hill is the giant pink granite monolith that stands proud in the centre of Townsville with 360-degree views of Townsville and out to Magnetic Island.

Jezzine Barracks

The Quarry

Jezzine Barracks

The Quarry

Jezzine Barracks embraces Townsville’s indigenous, community and military values. Jezzine includes magnificent views of Cleveland Bay and other off-shore islands.

The Ross River Quarry is a hidden gem of Townsville offering an event organisers an exciting and exclusive venue for large gala events, welcome functions or farewell events.

Predator Tunnel by Dreamscene Events

Museum of Tropical Queenlsand

Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium

Museum of Tropical Queensland

Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium is the the world’s largest living coral reef aquarium and the Australian Government’s World Theatre national education centre for the Great Barrier Reef.

The award-winning Museum of Tropical Queensland provides a snapshot of the region, from World Heritage listed rainforest Theatre and reefs to the story of the shipwrecked HMSWorld Pandora.

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Billabong Sanctuary

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Billabong Sanctuary

Elite Rodeo (Herveys Range Rodeo Grounds)

Billabong Sanctuary offers an Australian wildlife experience. Located 20mins south of Townsville, it features native animals in natural habitats of eucalypt forest, rainforest and wetlands.

Hervey Range Rodeo Grounds are set under the stars surrounded by beautiful native gum trees which offers a country experience 30mins from Townsville.

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Image by Andrew Rankin Photography

Queensland Country Bank Stadium

Quayside Terminal

Queensland Country Bank Stadium is a centrally located, 25,000 seat, best-practice, multi-purpose regional stadium in Townsville.

Located on the waterfront at the Port of Townsville and just two kilometres from the Townsville CBD, Quayside Terminal venue offers two main areas for hire.

Destination Q Function

Sunset Dinner at Horseshoe Bay by Megan MacKinnon

Victoria Bridge

Beachfront Dining on Magnetic Island

Victoria Bridge in Townsville’s CBD has been used as a spectacular venue for degustation dinners and wine tasting events.

With 23 bays and beaches, Magnetic Island is the perfect place for a beachfront dining experience. Just 20 minutes by ferry from Townsville.

Contact Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau to find out more information on these unique venues.

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Support Services Business Name

Phone

Website

EVENT INFRASTRUCTURE Ede Events

+61 7 4772 6611

www.edeevents.com.au

PHOTOGRAPHERS Budd Photography

0408 495 031

www.buddphotography.com.au

+61 7 4779 8088

www.hastingsprintersnq.com.au

PRINTING SERVICES Hastings Printers Lotsa Print and Signage NPS Corporate The Digimen

+61 7 4775 1981 + 61 7 4728 1306

www.lotsa.com.au www.npsprintco.com.au

+61 7 4774 3261

www.thedigimen.com

A Touch of Salt

+61 7 4724 4441

www.atouchofsalt.com.au

Michels Catering and Events

+61 437 309 328

www.michelscateringandevents.com.au

JAM

+61 7 4721 4900

www.jamcorner.com.au

EVENT CATERING

TRANSPORT Detour Coaches

+61 7 4728 5311

www.detourcoaches.com.au

Magnetic Island Ferries

+61 7 4796 9300

www.magneticislandferries.com.au

Nautilus Aviation

+61 7 4725 6056

www.nautilusaviation.com.au

SeaLink Queensland

+61 74726 0800

www.sealinkqld.com.au

Sunbus Townsville

+61 7 4771 9800

www.sunbus.com.au

Thrifty Car Rental

+61 7 4725 4600

www.thrifty.com.au

Townsville Helicopters

+61 7 4772 4998

www.townsvillehelicopters.com.au

Townsville Taxi

+61 7 4778 9555

www.tsvtaxi.com.au

Tropical Topless Car Rentals

+61 7 4758 1111

www.tropicaltopless.com.au

1300 286 469

www.flightcentrebusinesstravel.com.au

TRAVEL SERVICES Flight Centre Business Travel Travel Associates

1300 230 176

www.travelassociates.com

PROMOTIONAL Get Branded Paradise Outdoor Advertising

+61 7 4728 7771

www.getbranded.com.au

+61 7 4758 4600

www.paradiseoutdoor.com.au

0490 078 844

www.piperpromotions.com.au

EVENT PLANNERS Piper Promotions

INCENTIVE Orpheus Island Lodge Peppers Blue on Blue Resort Magnetic island

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+61 7 4777 7377

www.orpheus.com.au

+61 7 4758 2400

www.peppers.com.au


BUDD PHOTOGRAPHY

Roslyn Budd is a professional photographer, based in Townsville and offers services throughout the Townsville region and Australia-wide by request. Photographic services include industrial, commercial, corporate events, aerial and timelapse photography.

Contact Information BUDD PHOTOGRAPHY Address 31 River Park Drive Annanndale QLD 4814 Phone +61 408 495 031 Website www.buddphotography.com.au

MAGNETIC ISLAND FERRIES

Take in the stunning views while cruising on Magnetic Island’s only passenger and car ferry service. With eight return trips daily, they welcome you aboard Fantasea as they make their way to Magnetic Island where you can enjoy magnificent weather, azure waters, brilliant beaches, fascinating flora and fauna, fine food and wines, and activities almost too numerous to mention. The friendly ferry crew look forward to welcoming you aboard.

Contact Information MAGNETIC ISLAND FERRIES Address Ross Street Townsville QLD 4810 Phone +61 7 4796 9300 Website www.magneticislandferries.com.au

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Support Services MICHELS CATERING AND EVENTS

Michels Catering and Events is a collaboration between Tanya Roberts, Braden Honnery and Loretta O’Leary. Together they have created an ‘on-trend’ company which creates modern, delicious menus while keeping it classic and uncomplicated. Its all about creating the right menu for their clients. Michels Catering and Events create on trend menus for corporate clients and personalise menus for weddings and private clients. They have created and executed countless events in the NQ region in an array of sectors; Real estate, fashion, local/ state and federal government, media, sport and of course private events. The Michels Team is here to assist you in the creation of your event. We look forward to working with you.

Contact Information MICHELS CATERING AND EVENTS Phone +61 437 309 328 Website www.michelscateringandevents.com.au

PARADISE OUTDOOR ADVERTISING

From the humblest of local beginnings – a one man billboard operation – to being one of the largest and fastest growing regional advertising organisations I Australia. Paradise Outdoor advertising today is still a family business, one that manages over 1,400 billboards across Queensland. From Port Douglas and down to the Fraser Coast, Mount Isa to the Western Downs, and all points in between. Covering the main population centres including Carins, Townsville, Mackay, Rockhampton, Gladstone, Bundaberg, Maryborough, Toowoomba and Brisbane. Paradise Outdoor Advertising allows you to reach more than 2.75 million people each day. So If you have something to sell or say.... say it, through Paradise Outdoor Advertising.

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Contact Information PARADISE OUTDOOR ADVERTISING Address 719–725 Woolcock Street Mount Louisa QLD 4814 Phone +61 7 4758 4600 Website www.paradiseoutdoor.com.au


SEALINK QUEENSLAND

Magnetic Island offers the perfect destination for conferences, weddings and groups. SeaLink’s four modern luxury fast catamarans cater for a variety of occasions offering open-air and air-conditioned comfort to take in the best views of our region by day or night. Our vessels allow for large passenger numbers and are completed with a licensed bar, wheelchair access and outdoor viewing decks. Not after a private charter? No problem! SeaLink offers discounted rates for groups of 15 or more travelling to Magnetic Island & Palm Island. We can also arrange private tours, dining and day packages on Magnetic Island. Our North Queensland Adventure series operates seasonally, allowing our guests to unlock more of the secrets this beautiful region has to offer for locals and visitors alike without the cost of a private charter. Located at the Breakwater Terminal, SeaLink is within close proximity to the city centre, the Strand, and The Ville Casino. The terminal is serviced by public transport and car parking facilities are available. With up to 18 return services to choose from and only 20 minutes to arrive in paradise, SeaLink is your quickest link to Magnetic Island.

Contact Information SEALINK QUEENSLAND Address Breakwater Terminal, Sir Leslie Thiess Drive Townsville City QLD 4810 Phone +61 7 4726 0800 Website www.sealinkqld.com.au

THRIFTY CAR RENTAL

Thrifty Townsville provide quality vehicles with excellent customer service. Our partnerships with Automobile Clubs of Australia and Virgin Australia allow you to enjoy the benefits of discounted rates and Velocity points whenever you rent. With a fleet of cars, utes, trucks and busses, Thrifty Townsville has all your needs.

Contact Information THRIFTY CAR RENTAL Address 289 Ingham Road Garbutt QLD 4810 Phone +61 7 4725 4600 Website www.thrifty.com.au

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Pre and Post Touring: Townsville North Queensland’s Top 20 Townsville North Queensland, it’s home to endless summer days, picture perfect beaches, the friendliest locals you’ll ever meet, the greatest reef in the world (literally!), and waterfalls that will leave you speechless. Whilst this tropical destination oozes holiday appeal, it’s also the perfect place to escape frenzies of holiday crowds and immerse yourself in nature’s playground. There are hundreds of activities to keep you busy in this special part of the world, but you can’t escape to this holiday paradise without ticking these must-dos off the bucket list. Here’s our top 20 (in no particular order)! 1 Whether you’ve got a week or just a day, be sure to explore Magnetic Island’s 23 golden beaches and bays. See page 10 for all the Magnetic Island non-negotiables! 2 Keen to see the reef, but want to keep your feet dry? A trip to Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium is an absolute must. As the nationally recognised education centre for the Great Barrier Reef, you’ll walk away with a mind full of fun facts. 3 Feed a croc, cuddle a koala and meet a dingo at Billabong Sanctuary. 4 Experience Australia’s best breakfast at Jam on Palmer Street, devour Italian share plates at Armati’s beside the rooftop pool at Rambutan, or enjoy something sweet with a view at Herveys Range Heritage Tea Rooms.

Magnetic Island by @barekiwi

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5 Head to the misty mountain village of Paluma, where freshwater crystal creeks and Wet Tropics Heritage-listed rainforest walks await. Jump onboard a tour with NQ Tours for a local’s insight into the best walking trails.

9 To take in Townsville in all its glory you can’t go past a scenic tour with Tour Townsville. Learn about the history of the city and discover the hidden stories that will even surprise the locals! 10 Hit the waters of Magnetic Island as you sail, jet ski, kayak or cruise your way around the island to take in all its beauty! Don’t forget the snorkel, we guarantee you’ll want a glimpse of stunning coral and marine life below! 11 Dive or snorkel the Great Barrier Reef to witness the majestic beauty of this underwater world.

The Ville Resort–Casino by Megan MacKinnon

12 Discover the flourishing bommies and historical wreck relics that lie beneath the waters off Magnetic Island on a self-guided snorkel trail.

6 Bliss out at The Ville Resort Casino – the place to be seen in Townsville! Whether you dine out at one of the restaurants, wade to the swim up bar (in the most epic pool!), or rest up in tropical inspired hotel rooms, you won’t regret a visit to Townsville’s hottest resort! 7 No holiday to Townsville is complete without a visit to Townsville’s popular beachfront, The Strand. Swim, shop, sip, or stroll along this 2.5km spectacular beach promenade. 8 Get the adrenaline pumping with Townsville Watersports. A jet ski adventure which will take you to some of the most spectacular sights in and around Townsville!

Bareback horses on Magnetic island by @jaxonfoale

13 Ride bareback through the ocean on a bush-to-beach horse riding tour at the Horseshoe Bay Ranch on Magnetic Island.


Venues and Accommodation 16 Experience a truly authentic outback encounter with Texas Longhorn Wagon Tours and Safaris, where you can meet JR, the 2013 Guinness World Record Holder for longest horns, measuring close to three metres from tip to tip!

20 Prepare to pick your jaw up from the ground when you witness the awe of Wallaman Falls – Australia’s largest sheer drop waterfall, located just a short drive from Ingham.

17 Explore the shipwrecks of Magnetic Island on a sunset tour with Aquascene Charters. Discover the stories of these beautiful boats and cruise along the stunning Island shoreline. Yongala Dive

14 The SS Yongala is a total bucket-list shipwreck, but if you haven’t got your creds yet for this advanced dive, you can start from scratch and tick off all the certifications in one trip with Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive or Yongala Dive. 15 Breathe in the 360 degree views of the city atop Castle Hill. Drive up to the lookout or join the 2,500+ locals that tackle the terrain on foot each day, with several walking tracks on offer. Top tip: Have your camera on hand to snap an insta-worthy sunrise or sunset!

18 Aim for the skies and check out the views from above with a helicopter tour with Townsville Helicopters, Nautilus Aviation or Hinchinbrook Adventures. 19 Two words: Platypus safari. Why? The platypus safari at Hidden Valley Cabins has a 98% success rate of spotting these duck-billed cuties, earning the title of one of the top six places in the country to spot them by Australian Geographic!

Wallaman Falls by Megan MacKinnon

Texas Longhorn Wagon Tours by Budd Photography

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Pre and Post Touring: Must-do Eco Bucket List Whether it’s out on the water or in your hotel, make sure you’re choosing to stay sustainable with these eco-friendly experiences in Townsville North Queensland.

Magnetic Island Sea Kayaks Hit the water with Magnetic Island Sea Kayaks (powered by your own body!) and discover the best of Magnetic Island’s surrounding marine park.

Go Eco Certified These certified tours and products are backed by a strong, well managed commitment to sustainable practices and provides high quality nature-based tourism experiences. Big Mama Sailing by @photobohemian

Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive Specialising in snorkeling and diving trips, join Adrenalin to witness and explore the spectacular Great Barrier Reef or S.S. Yongala Shipwreck. Did you know that your booking includes a contribution to the management of the Great Barrier Reef through the EMC (Environmental Management Charge), so just by visiting the reef you are helping to protect it!

Billabong Sanctuary and Bungalow Bay Koala Village Billabong Sanctuary and Bungalow Bay Koala Village offers Australia’s best interactive wildlife experience, featuring native animals in their natural habitats!

Big Mama Sailing

Predator Tunnel at Reef HQ by Megan MacKinnon

Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium is recognised as the national education centre for the Great Barrier Reef so there is no better place to learn about the world’s greatest natural wonder. Immerse yourself in the underwater viewing tunnel, have a hands-on experience at the touch tank, hear from the experts during one of the daily tours and meet the sick and injured turtles being rehabilitated in the Turtle Hospital.

Big Mama has plenty of deck space to relax in a bean bag, a comfortable inside saloon area or join in the fun and action of sailing and other water activities.

Yongala Dive Yongala Dive offers a full range of dive courses, dive accommodation and day trips to one of the world’s top dive sitesthe historic S.S. Yongala Shipwreck.

Aquascene Charters Magnetic Island Discover the incredible beauty of Magnetic Island from above and below the water. Not only experience mesmerising snorkelling on coral reefs, but learn about the island’s history, its marine life and hear a few yarns along the way.

Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium by Megan MacKinnon

Magnetic Island Sea Kayaks by @mycolourfulworld_

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Pre and Post Touring: Stay With a Difference comprising more than 1000 hectares of National Park, the Orpheus Island Lodge Resort is amongst the best that nature has to offer and there are plenty of ways this high end property gives back:

Hidden Valley Cabins by Budd Photography

Hidden Valley Cabins Hidden Valley Cabins is an awardwinning eco resort, located one and a half hours north west of Townsville, on the western slope of the Paluma Range. Due to the resort’s elevation, the climate is cooler and less humid than areas close to the coast - the perfect temperature year-round. Hidden Valley Cabins is operated on 100 percent solar power.

Orpheus Island Lodge Resort This is the ultimate in eco-luxury. Orpheus Island is a secluded, unspoilt tropical paradise, and stretches across 11km of immaculate turquoise coastline. Located on the Great Barrier Reef and

$50 per guest is donated towards the Reef Keepers Fund created by the resort More than 810 gleaming solar panels means the resort uses 100% renewable-energy An on-site veggie garden and fruit trees provides chefs with a constant supply of fresh produce Each guest receives a reusable water bottle You won’t find a plastic straw here You’ll be served sustainable seafood (and trust us when we say it’ll be the best seafood you’ve ever tasted)

Bungalow Bay Koala Village During 2006, Bungalow Bay Koala Village Magnetic Island received Advanced Accreditation with the Australian Eco Tourism Association in acknowledgement of its dedication to conservation and the environment. With their dedication to minimising impact on the environment, conserving energy, and caring for sick, injured or orphaned native animals, Bungalow Bay is recognized as the hub of conservation on Magnetic Island. Every aspect of the operation takes the environment into consideration.

Grand Hotel and Apartments Guests of the Grand Hotel and Apartments can choose not to have their towels laundered, and instead a donation can be made to Townsville’s very own Turtle Hospital at Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium. While you’re staying in Townsville’s most grand accommodation take a trip over to Reef HQ to see where your contribution goes.

Magnetic Island koala by @gypsealust

Orpheus Island Lodge

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Townsville Enterprise Convention Bureau PO Box 1043 Townsville QLD 4810 Phone +61 7 4726 2753 Email businessevents@tel.com.au

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Townsville North Queensland Meetings, Incentives, Conferencing & Exhibitions Guide 2020  

Townsville North Queensland Meetings, Incentives, Conferencing & Exhibitions Guide 2020