Top Local Venues

Townsville 400 V8 Supercar Championship

Our season starts off with a street circuit in Adelaide and finishes with a street circuit in Sydney, and there are now a few other street circuits spread throughout the year. But as far as passion goes, I think Townsville will be the biggest street event. North Queensland has been starved of motorsport for a More >

Billabong Sanctuary

This is a fantastic animal sanctuary with Kangaroo’s and bird life roaming free and engaging the patrons. There are the usual heart stopping croc shows and animal feeding as well as a pool and free BBQ’s. Locals get the added advantage of yearly membership that includes a whole range of great benefits. 10% off ReefHQ More >

Museum of Tropical Queensland

The Museum of Tropical Queensland is one of Townsville’s leading tourist attractions and educational centres. As one of six campuses of the Queensland Museum, the Museum of Tropical Queensland is a world-class facility showcasing the history and heritage of the North Queensland region. From the grand reconstruction of HMS Pandora’s bow to the larger than More >

Reef HQ

Reef HQ is the world’s largest living coral reef aquarium and is a must see attraction in the Townsville region. Reef HQ was built as a Bicentennial Commemorative project and opened in Townsville on 24th June 1987.  Reef HQ is the Reef Education Centre for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. The mission of Reef More >

Townsville Maritime Museum

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 southern bank of Ross Creek, the boardwalk overlooks the Townsville motorboat and yacht club, while the entrance gate More >