BIG4 Rowes Bay Beachfront Holiday Park

Townsville, the gateway to Tropical North Queensland. The seaside city offers many beautiful experiences for tourists making their way through or acts as a pretty attractive holiday prospect in its own right.

BIG4 Rowes Bay Beachfront Holiday Park sits just off the main drag, adjacent to the waterfront, with cabins, a campsite (both powered and unpowered) as well as plenty of space to park the caravan. It represents a fantastic option for a few night’s stay for any traveller.

Park Manager Stephan Cawley says the location is the main drawcard.

“They (travellers) love Townsville for the access to the Strand and the waterfront, and they like to be able to go for a walk and that sort of thing… It’s a really mild climate. People will come here to have that close access to the city, restaurants, Magnetic Island, just general hiking, bushwalking, bird watching and all the adrenaline sports as well.”

“Tips on visiting Townsville, you definitely got waterfalls north and south, there’s a lot of little day trips you can do. So Paluma Range National Park is magic.”

So what are you waiting for, book a holiday up to Townsville this year. Steve and the team from Rowes Bay will be more than happy to give you the lay of the land, and can offer a pretty comfy spot to pull up stumps for a couple of days in the region.

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