There are many North Queensland Attractions and Tours for the tourist or visitor to North Queensland. While in North Queensland - check out some of these fantastic attractions and tours.
Anderson Park Botanic Gardens
The Anderson Park Botanic gardens contain important tree collections and an attractive conservatory. One of Townsville's must see attractions for the nature lover.
Australian Institute of Marine Science
The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) is a leader in tropical marine science. AIMS is committed to the protection and sustainable use of Australia's marine resources.
Balgal Beach is a beachside community popular as a day and overnight trip destination for locals and tourists to Thuringowa and Townsville. It boasts a superb sand beach as well as a wide creek mouth and is a renowned beach and river fishing location.
Billabong Sanctuary, Townsville North Queensland is Australia's best interactive wildlife sanctuary. At the Sanctuary guests can hold a koala, hug a wombat, hold a crocodile and wrap a python around their neck.
Castle Hill is a red rock monolith in the heart of Townsville offering panoramic views, and a slice of military history. The rock face is home to Townsville’s iconic “saint” - a graffiti rendition of the popular television show’s stick figure emblem.
Cotters Market is North Queensland's award winning arts and crafts market held every Sunday between 8.30 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. in Flinders Mall Townsville.
Mountain Way Tunnel Tours
The tour departs the historic Hervey’s Range Heritage Tea Rooms (built 1865). On your journey you will experience the story of the building of the line and it's demise, see wildlife habitats that exist only in this area and feast your senses on scenic views that you will never forget.
Providence V is a classic 62-feet gaff-rigged schooner. It was built as a replica of the Gloucestershire schooners. Welcome aboard for a day cruise where we'll stop for a snorkel at the island's most magnificent reef before sailing to a secluded beach for a picnic.
Cairns Swimming Lagoon
The Esplanade, Cairns QLD 4870
The 4800 sq metre saltwater swimming lagoon offers visitors an all year safe swimming location. The Cairns swimming lagoon is set on the Cairns foreshore overlooking the Great Barrier Reef and Trinity Inlet.
Cairns Regional Gallery
Abbott Street, Corner Shield Street, Cairns QLD 4870
Cairns Regional Gallery is Far North Queensland's only visual art museum. The gallery is housed in a refurbished heritage building in central Cairns.
Port Douglas: Marina Mirage, Wharf Street Cairns Queensland.
Quicksilver Group offer Outer Great Barrier Reef and island cruises, adventure diving and snorkelling, premier live aboard dive trips. Easily accessible from Palm Cove.
Big Cat Green Island Reef Cruises
The Reef Fleet Terminal, 1 Spence Street, Cairns, 4870
Big Cat Green Island Reef Cruises available activities include snorkelling, semi-submersible and glass bottom boat coral viewing tours. Green Island is a beautiful coral cay on Australia's Great Barrier Reef and is a Marine National Park.