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Ayr Backpackers/wilmington House

54 Wilmington Street, Ayr QLD 4807

yr Backpackers is a working backpacker hostel for the Burdekin District, where you can stay with a typical Australian family in a warm and friendly environment.

We can provide you with clean and comfortable dormitory style accomodation in our Hostel, as well as provide jobs and transport to a variety of farms.

From our hostel it is only a two minute walk to supermarkets and a five minute walk to town, where you can find an array of modern retail shops, banks, hotels, cafes, restaurants, bowling, internet, laundromats and the recently renovated cinema.

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Country Ayr Motel

197-199 Queen Street, Ayr QLD 4807

Quality accommodation plus award-winning restaurant "Peppers On Queens". Accommodation includes motel rooms as well as fully self contained apartments. Motel rooms feature: queen size beds, air conditioning, ensuite, in-house movies, tea and coffee making faciities, mini bar. Apartments feature air conditioning, fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities, TV/VCR, lockable carport.

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Tropical City Motor Inn

121 Macmillan Street, Ayr QLD 4807

Featuring well appointed motel rooms including air conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities, iron and board, internet access, direct dial phones, hairdryer. Guest facilities include: licensed restaurant, room service, guest laundry, conference and meeting facilities, covered car parking.

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Burdekin Cascades Caravan Park

228 Queen Street, Ayr QLD 4807

Burdekin Cascades Caravan Park is located 500m from CBD and offers van sites, powered & un-powered camp sites with clean amenities, guest laundry, camp kitchen and BBQ. Park cabins are air conditioned with ensuites, ceiling fans, full cooking facilities, radio & television.

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Big4 Ayr Silver Link Caravan Village

34 Norham Road, Ayr QLD 4807

The Big 4 Ayr Silver Link is ideally located back off the highway, only 1.5kms from the town centre. The Ayr golf course is on 500m away, and the village is also central to local fishing spots, birdwatching and wetlands. The types of accommodation available ranges from air-conditioned holiday units, shaded van sites and tent sites.

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Alva Beach Tourist Park

36 Braby St, Alva Beach, Ayr QLD 4807

Alva Beach Tourist Park is set on five shady acres with coconut palms and hibiscus hedges boasting a quiet tranquil atmosphere. Great fishing, crabbing and bird watching in the waterways, estuaries, ocean and quad friendly beaches. Quiet and secluded sites for vans and motor homes and luxury cabins with or without en-suites are available. Park facilities include swimming pool,camp kitchen, barbecue, guest laundry, kiosk and ice.

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Burdekin Hotel

204 Queen St, Ayr QLD 4807

he Burdekin hotel offers 21 rooms of Accommodation

located in 204 Queen St Ayr Qld right in the centre of town is now

Fully renovated and Air-conditioned for your comfort

The Bar is a great place to meet your friends and have a cold drink on those hot days.

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Burdekin Motor Inn

14 Eighth Ave, Home Hill QLD 4806

Situated just an hour’s drive north of Bowen and one hour south of Townsville, the Burdekin Motor Inn is nestled in the heart of the sugar growing area of North Queensland on the Burdekin River which boasts the longest bridge of its type in Australia. The best barramundi fishing spots are only 10 minutes away and not much further is some great reef fishing.

The Burdekin Motor Inn features a range of accommodation options from single rooms to rooms that will sleep a family of six. With 24 hour check in, the Burdekin Motor inn is the perfect stop over for all.

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Ayr Travellers Motel

233 Queen St, Ayr QLD 4807


Ayr Traveller's Motel is a 4 STAR 28 room motel opened late 2009. Situated in Bruce H/Way -Queen Street, Ayr, Queensland. Only 28min to beautiful beaches and great fishing. 4 star AAA Rating.
It has modern furnishings with spacious ensuites and all mod cons. Off road secure Parking. Restaurant caters for inhouse guests and outsiders, open for breakfast and dinner.

Ayr Travellers Motel

233-235 Queen, Ayr QLD 4807
Brand New Motel In Ayr! 28 rooms including Fully Furnished Family Unit. Laundry and Wireless Internet Facilities. On-site Restaurant

Burdekin Motor Inn

14 Eighth, Home Hill QLD 4806
The Burdekin Motor Inn is a one hour drive from Bowen and approximately one hour drive to Townsville. Ten minutes away is the best Barramundi fishing and not much further away from reef fishing spots. Accommodation ranges from double to family units, and the service is very friendly. Meals are served to units Sunday to Thursday with the licensed restaurant open Friday and Saturday nights. There is a fully equipped laundry room available, as well as a pool and barbecue facilities. All guests are made welcome by hosts Karen and Tony Deguara.
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Ayr Bed and Breakfast on McIntyre

8 McIntyre Pl Ayr Qld 4807, Ayr QLD 4807
Luxurious, air conditioned Bed and Breakfast, with gourmet breakfasts, wireless internet & sports austar, home-baked afternoon tea on arrival, and an evening glass of Port & chocolates, inclusive. Pool table, Function room and an outdoor heated spa in the landscaped gardens with rural views available. Peace and tranquility, but only 2 minutes to town and an hour's drive from the Townsville airport. Fine dining evening meals available with 24 hours notice. An indulgent couple's retreat - the perfect escape, or ideal base for corporate travellers to attend to business. Genuine country hospitality in charming ambience. Lets us pamper you.
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Ayr Max Motel

4 Edwards St Bruce Hwy, Ayr QLD 4807
Whether it is an overnight stop between travels a relaxing weekend away or attending one of the many events hosted by the Burdekin the AYR MAX MOTEL can provide you with clean comfortable and affordable accommodation with friendly hospitality and relaxing tropical surroundings We have refurbished our rooms and our double rooms all have queen size beds We also have Twin Share rooms with a double and single bed a self contained Family Unit which sleeps up to 6 people and 2 rooms with a double bed and bunk beds . Breakfast & Evening Meals room service available.
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Country Ayr

197 Queen St, Ayr QLD 4807
Located in the main street of Ayr close to all amenities Country Ayr Motel has traditional Queensland colonial architecture, cool wide verandahs and a tropical style shaded pool. We offer personalised service to the corporate traveller and tourist, providing quality, comfortable and clean accommodation.
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Home Hill Caravan Park

Eleventh Ave cnr Eighth St, Home Hill QLD 4806
Home Hill Caravan Park is known as one of the friendliest parks in regional Queensland. It is a small park with both camping and cabin accommodation. The Home Hill Swimming Pool is right next door to the park, and the shopping centre is only a 5 minute walk.
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Parkside Motel & Licensed Restaurant

74-76 Graham St , Ayr QLD 4807
Parkside Motel & Licensed Restaurant is located in the heart of Ayr on Australia's world renowned, famous Yongala Shipwreck Coast, within minutes of powder white beaches and close to every imaginable facility and entertainment venue Ayr has to offer. We offer a good array of meals at The Q-Bar & Grill Licensed Restaurant. This restaurant and bar is only open for our motel guests,try the Grilled Coral Trout.

The Painting of Life by Mirka Mora

Burdekin Library, Ayr QLD 4807
The Painting of Life, by renowned artist Mirka Mora, is a must-see. It is the largest of Mirka Mora's works on permanent public display in Queensland. It measures 5.7 metres across, and 6.1 metres in height. Brightly coloured, her unique style is seen in the animals, birds, patterns and designs. Take a close look at all the sections of the mural to see some of the history and stories of the Burdekin area. You may even find a mythical creature or two. The painting was created on scaffolding in the foyer of the Burdekin Theatre in 1983. The progress was viewed by many people who came to watch. Upon completion of the Burdekin Library the following year, it was installed in its current location. On show in the Burdekin Library Ayr, you are invited to view the artwork during opening hours, Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, and Saturday 9am to 1pm. ...

Charlie's Hill

Charlies Hill Road, Home Hill QLD 4806
2015 marks 70 years since the Radar Station at Charlie's Hill ceased operations after World War II. If you visit this historical site, you'll see igloos of reinforced concrete which provided bomb-proof protection for the radar equipment. The wooden towers which supported the transmitting and receiving aerials have been removed. However, you may find foundations from various structures near the igloos. The buildings are listed in the Queensland Heritage Register because of the site's historical and military significance. Charlie's Hill is a six minute drive south of the township of Home Hill. ...

Groper Creek

Groper Creek Road, Home Hill QLD 4806
Groper Creek is a laidback location, where you can sit back, relax and unwind. You can launch your tinnie from the boat ramp, or fish from the jetty. The area is well known for its fantastic fishing and crabbing. Groper Creek is located towards the mouth of the Burdekin River about 15 kilometres from Home Hill. Head out along Groper Creek Road and you'll travel past sugar cane farms, and through a wetland area full of birds and wildlife. Have a look around the Groper Creek settlement, at the huts built high on stumps. The kiosk and the public phone box are also up high. Bring your camera, as these buildings have their own personality! With the caravan park on the banks of the creek, if you decide to stay longer, check in, set yourself up and enjoy the surroundings. ...

Gubulla Munda

Plantation Park, Ayr QLD 4807
A popular place in the Burdekin for visitors to take photos is located in Plantation Park, Ayr. The giant carpet snake is an impressive feature, and makes a fantastic backdrop. This 60 metre artwork depicts Gubulla Munda, the Aboriginal totem and the protective spirit for the Birri Gubba people. Gubulla Munda holds sacred cultural and spiritual significance to the Traditional Owners. Also, there are several plaques and a memorial stone. These mark the remains of Birri Gubba ancestors re-interred at this sacred site. The Gudjuda Reference Group commissioned the large sculpture Gubulla Munda Dreaming, which was constructed in 2004. It was painted by aboriginal artists. The monument was created to celebrate and promote indigenous culture. ...

Burdekin

Burdekin, Ayr QLD 4807
Just one hour's drive south of Townsville is the Burdekin Shire - the sugar capital of Australia, fishing mecca, bird watching paradise and traditional homeland of the Gudjuda Aboriginal people. The Burdekin region is one of the only districts in Australia which still employs the traditional practice of burning cane prior to harvesting. During crushing season the Burdekin horizon is often lit up by the spectacular sight of these cane fire burns. The district is made up of the neighbouring towns of Ayr and Home Hill and includes over a dozen other smaller centres. It is as famous for its rich, flat farmlands as it is for its amazing waterways and scenic beauty. The Burdekin maintains a healthy reputation for its friendly residents, great specialty stores and boutique shopping and a laid-back lifestyle. The Burdekin River Bridge, which links Ayr and Home Hill, is the districts best known landmark. Known as the Silver Link, the 1,103m crossing is the only bridge in Australia without a solid footing and is longer than the Sydney Harbour Bridge. An Engineering Heritage National Landmark award was unveiled of the southern side of the bridge in 2010. The district is a well known fishing mecca, with access to barramundi, mud crabs, other estuary species and off-coast reef fishing. The Burdekin is also the closest point to the world famous SS Yongala wreck. Ranked as one of the top 10 dive sites in the world, the SS Yongala gives divers first hand encounters with manta rays, bull sharks, turtles and barracudas. If you are seeking a more relaxed experience while in the Burdekin take a swim or relax at Alva Beach. ...

Home Hill

Home Hill, Home Hill QLD 4806
Situated on the southern side of the Burdekin Bridge (known as the Silver Link) with an economy driven by sugar and agriculture, Home Hill offers landscapes dominated by lush green canefields as well as access to some of North Queensland's finest produce. Start your experience in Home Hill with panoramic views of the regions towns, farmlands, wetlands, waterways and coastline from Inkerman Hill. Take in the pristine beauty provided by nature's greens and blues and enjoy a skyline that seems to go on forever. Other attractions include the historic World War Two radar stations which can be found on Charlies Hill and for a step back in time take a stop at Tom's Toybox to view a private collection of working farm machinery from yesteryear. The township of Home Hill was established in 1913 from land carved out of the Inkerman Downs Station and is located just 12 kilometres south of Ayr. The two towns are linked via the Burdekin Bridge, the districts best known landmark standing at an impressive 1,103m long and larger than the Sydney Harbour Bridge. To walk across the famous landmark, park near the Lion's Diorama at the southern approach to the bridge and head to the pedestrian walkway. While in Home Hill, visit the Ashworth's Tourist Centre to discover murals that depict the district's rural life and view original Islander artworks at Zaro's Cultural Gallery. Visit the Silver Link Interpretive Centre, which opened in 2007 to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Burdekin River Bridge. Located in the main street of Home Hill, the centre tells the history of the bridge through more than 120 photographs. The Comfort Stop in the centre of town is a clean, modern facility with free restroom, shower and barbecue. There is ample parking for caravans and motorhomes. ...

Burdekin Visitor Information Centre

Plantation Park, Ayr QLD 4807
The Burdekin Visitor Information Centre is located in Plantation Park on the Bruce Highway in Ayr. It is about an hour's drive south from Townsville, and an hour and fifteen minutes north of Bowen. With lots of parking space for caravans and motor homes, Plantation Park makes an excellent spot to break your trip and consider your options. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, this accredited Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on things to see, things to do and where to eat. The centre offers up-to-date travel information including maps, brochures and itineraries. Free WIFI internet access is provided, and drinks are available for purchase. The friendly volunteers are ready to welcome visitors to the district....

Inkerman Hill

Mount Inkerman Lookout Road, Home Hill QLD 4806
Inkerman Hill, a 10 minute drive south of the township of Home Hill, provides an excellent vantage point to take in the surrounding countryside. With an elevation of around 215 metres above sea level at the summit, local farms, the township of Home Hill, and some waterways around the Groper Creek area and Cape Upstart are visible. The broad delta plains irrigated from the Burdekin aquifer become apparent. The road to the top of the hill is also scenic, and a popular trek for locals in the early morning and late afternoon. Many fitness enthusiasts park their vehicles in the parking area at the base of the hill, to walk the road to the top. A picnic area is located at the summit of Mt Inkerman. Bring your own water as there are no taps. A dial at the lookout points out the direction to a variety of distant places. Keep an eye out for rock wallabies which inhabit the hillsides. The road to the top is not suitable for trucks, buses, caravans and trailers. ...

Alva Beach

Township of Alva, Ayr QLD 4807
Alva is a relaxed Burdekin location, 15 minutes drive from Ayr. Holiday houses and permanent residences fill the township, with Alva Beach a short stroll over the sand dune. A lookout area is located to the right as you enter the township. At low tide Alva Beach makes for excellent exploring, with lots of small crabs, shells and birdlife. Outer sand bars create inshore lagoon areas popular with kite surfers on weekends. The beach is also popular for fishing, with many anglers bringing in decent catches to show off. On weekends during summer, the beach is patrolled by members of the Ayr Surf Life Saving Club. Located here since 1926, the club is one of North Queensland's oldest surf clubs. Care needs to be taken if swimming, due to changeable conditions and marine stingers. Alva's Yongala Dive operates a Dive Shop and accommodation, specialising in PADI dive courses, with day trips out to the SS Yongala wreck. This world renowned dive is one of the best on the Great Barrier Reef. Alva Beach Tourist Park has a kiosk. If you're spending the day at Alva, bring a picnic or barbecue lunch to enjoy in the park near the surf club....