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Aussie Outback Oasis Cabin And Van Village

Gregory Development Road, Charters Towers QLD 4820

Situated in picturesque Charters Towers North Queensland, the Aussie Outback Oasis is your ideal holiday destination for time away. The property offers different types of accommodation ranging from cabins to powered and un-powered sites. The cabins feature ceiling fans, doonas, reverse cycle air-conditioning, cooking facilities, tea and coffee making facilities, clock radio, microwave, toaster and television.

Bivouac Junction Holiday Camp

Bivouac Junction Off Flinders Highway Bivouac Jn, Charters Towers QLD 4820

Situated only 110klms from Townsville and 20klms from the gold rich Charters Towers , Bivouac Holiday Camp is the ideal alternative to the busy coastal strip.

With 50 acres of the North Queensland Outback to explore in a truly tropical bush setting on the banks of the Burdekin River Bivouac is your preferred choice.

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Charters Towers Motel

95 Hackett Tce, Charters Towers QLD 4820

To assist even further we provide breakfast, delivered to your room, along with scrumptious evening meals when you simply want to relax in your room after a hard day's travelling. The large pool is even more inviting after a long day on the road. Some of our rooms even feature a DVD player to add to your traveling needs. Laundry facilities and under cover parking will complement your stay with us as well.

Conveniently located on the junction of The Flinders Hwy and the famous Lynd, opposite the equally renowned Centenary Park we have got you covered with our 24 rooms room options priced to meet the needs of all travelers. The Charters Towers Motel is your perfect destination.

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Charters Towers Heritage Lodge

94 Dr George Ellis Drv, Charters Towers QLD 4820

The Heritage Lodge Motel is the newest motel in Charters Towers with accommodation of 25 rooms including self contained apartments. Situated in parkland surrounds it allows visitors to enjoy a true North Queensland experience, before travelling further west to enjoy the Australian Outback.

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Affordable Gold City Motel

28 Dalrymple Rd, Charters Towers QLD 4820

Charters Towers is a perfect example of the real Australia , with brilliantly coloured sunsets, clear starry nights and country hospitality. The friendly atmosphere and heritage streetscape only add to its unique appeal.

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Country Road Motel

6 Mt Leyshon Rd, Charters Towers QLD 4820

Located in historic Charters Towers the Country Road Motel offers a convenient and enjoyable accomodation experience. Your hosts Alison and Peter invite you to stop in and enjoy your stay.

Park Motel

28 Deane Street, Lissner QLD 4820
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Aussie Outback Oasis Cabin & Van Village

76 Dr George Ellis Dr , Charters Towers QLD 4820
Now Dog & Pet Friendly,Big4 Aussie Outback Oasis is a popular accommodation and holiday choice for visitors or workers to the Charters Towers region. Our caravan park is set on 10 acres of parkland and is a birdwatchers paradise. Opened in early 2000 the park has been immaculately maintained over the past 10 years. We are a Tourist only Park. Close to Racecourse, schools & 3km to City Centre. We have 20 self-contained Villas with 5 styles to choose from. Ranging from our 4 star Family Chalets or Studio Villas to our Studio cabins we provide the very best in quality & cleanliness for our guests. Our Villas are well equipped for longer stays with modern furnishings & full cooking facilities.Guests can also take advantage of our saltwater rock pool or relax on their decks overlooking the beautiful gardens. Our Caravan park is very popular with Tourists travelling in their own caravans and Motorhomes. A large number of our sites are drive thru with slabs or grass to choose from as well as unlimited camping sites. If you' re looking for a Park that has plenty of space for privacy you' re sure to be satisfied. Our amenities are spotlessly clean as is our entire park. We pride ourselves on our friendliness & cleanliness. During the winter months we provide entertainment, campfires, Meal nights - New Wood fired Pizza Oven & Morning Teas. We look forward to your arrival.
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Charters Towers Heritage Lodge Motel

94 Dr. George Ellis Drive , Charters Towers QLD 4820
Here at the Heritage Lodge Motel we have 25 rooms including semi self contained apartments. Situated in parkland surrounds it allows the visitor to enjoy a true North Queensland experience before travelling further west to enjoy the Australian Outback. We are located on the outskirts of town, 2.8kms from the city centre. Travelling from Townsville we are the first Motel on your left hand side. Guest Kitchen with FREE BBQ facilities, a sparkling salt water pool for those hot days and an undercover entertainment area for your enjoyment, are just some of the facilities we have on offer. FREE WIFI for all our guests, off road parking for those larger vehicles, under cover parking in front of all rooms make access for our guests easier. We are happy to pass on RACQ discount on presentation of your members card upon check-in.
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Royal Private Hotel

100 Mosman Street, Charters Towers QLD 4820
The First Lady of Charters Towers was built in 1888, the Royal is now a family owned and run Hotel offering a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Situated in the heart of the township, the Royal is within a short walk to shops, restaurants, medical centre, visitors information centre and licensed venues. Charters Towers is a one and a half hours drive west of Townsville.

Centenary Park

Hackett Terrace, Charters Towers QLD 4820
Step back in time to the days of the gold rush when you visit Centenary Park in Charters Towers. This popular park space features a gold discovery monument and a collection of sculptures created by Queensland Artist, Hugh Anderson. Make sure you take a picture of the Bat Statue created and designed as part of the 2013 LATTE Exhibition. Centenary Park features an interesting history, with the area first announced for public purposes in 1888. In 1941 the last Gazette Order in Council set aside the area as a reserve for park purposes and named it "Sayers Park" after Robert John Sayers. From the city's very early days, Centenary Park was called "Harvey's Reserve", no doubt because Joseph Harvey, a local butcher, built and lived in "Tower Villa", an old Queenslander style home that still faces out over the north east corner of the Reserve. During 1972 the Park was re-named "Centenary Oval" as part of the city's centenary celebrations. Centenary Park features picnic tables, toilets, gas barbecues, a children's playground, liberty swing and is always cool and shady. ...

Zara Clark Museum

Mosman Street, Charters Towers QLD 4820
This National Trust museum houses a large collection of photographs, equipment and other memorabilia that reflects Charters Towers' golden and military past. Their friendly volunteers are only too willing to share their special stories and demonstrate some of the equipment that is housed in the historic Burns Philp building, built in 1888. Ask for a demonstration of the flying fox (the Lampson Aerial Cash System from the old Pollards building). There are many other items too that will pull you into the drama and excitement that was Charters Towers 130 odd years ago. History buffs and collectors can put themselves to the test with the Museum's display of objects that so far have defied efforts to identify or date and the volunteers are delighted to show them off. Charters Towers has a proud military history from the Boer to Vietnam wars, housed in the Charles Wallace Military display. One of the more poignant pieces from World War I is a pair of half knitted socks, abandoned when a mum received news that her son had been killed, they are displayed exactly as she left them 100 years ago. Allow half an hour at least....

Venus Gold Battery

Millchester Road, Charters Towers QLD 4820
Located on the outskirts of Charters Towers, the Venus Gold Battery offers an insight into an amazing real life gold rush of the late nineteenth century. The Battery is of national cultural significance as the largest surviving Battery relic in Australia and the oldest surviving Battery in Queensland. Constructed in 1872, it was a public or custom mill in its prime and became a State Battery in 1919 to provide ore crushing facilities for small miners long after other mills had closed. It ceased commercial operations in 1973 after a century of service. Guided tours are available daily. One of the highlights is a fascinating film presentation that shows not only the process of extracting gold from ore, but also the story of the Battery's working life and some of its ghosts. ...

Charters Towers Memorial Cenotaph

Gill Street opposite the hospital, Charters Towers QLD 4820
Queenslander's loved their soldier statue, known as the 'Digger', symbolising innocence, youth, heroism, courage and mateship. When Charters Towers' war memorial was refurbished and rededicated on 11 November 2005, the cenotaph included a solemn soldier, head bowed and rifle pointing downwards. It was originally unveiled to honour those who fought in WWI and WWII, in November 1955. At that time it included an electric light in the shape of a flame, burning continually atop the nine metre tall stone pillar. Memorials were rare in Australia before WWI. The outpouring of grief at the loss of 60,000 young Australian men, buried where they fell in Europe, the Middle East and northern Africa, created a wave of monuments, from soldier statues to memorial parks, rolls of honour to empty tomb-like pavilions. The roll of honour provides an insight into local patriotism of the day, all who enlisted were volunteers willing to fight for the British Empire....

Charters Towers PBR Touring Pro Series

Flinders Highway, Charters Towers QLD 4820
40 of the Nation's most accomplished bull riders annually converge on the gold mining town of Charters Towers for the annual PBR in the Outback New Years Eve Touring Pro Series Event. Great family entertainment filled with the thrills and spills of this major league sporting event will keep you entertained from the first bull until the last. Come to the outback this New Years Eve and witness the Toughest Sport on Dirt....

Shirley Bassey Tribute - Brunie Riley

82-90 Mosman Street, Charters Towers QLD 4820
The ultimate tribute to Shirley Bassey featuring Brunie Riley - The Showstopper! Brunie has a voice of outstanding quality, range and power, and caresses the lyrics of a ballad - a lady of considerable experience and talent, who's career has taken her around the world. "The Power .. The Image .. The Presence!" That is how people review this show, Brunie is a knockout singing all of Bassey's greatest hits. The Show boasts an eight or a ten piece Orchestra, and one or two opening acts. Indulge yourself, if you are a Shirley Bassey fan, you will love this show. The songs in the show include: Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, As Long As He Needs Me, Nobody Does It Like Me, Big Spender, This Is My Life, Unchained Melody, New York, The Lady Is A Tramp and Don't Cry Out Loud. Just to name a few!...

Towers Hill Lookout and Amphitheatre

Black Jack Road, Charters Towers QLD 4820
Local legend has it that an Aboriginal boy named Jupiter first discovered gold at the foot of Towers Hill in December 1871. Today you can find a monument which depicts the location of the first gold sighting at the base of the hill. From there follow the road and uncover the stories of the Hill from the interesting and informative storyboards along the way which feature "Jupiter's Luck," "The Seismograph Station," and "Clark's Gold Mine." Discover 30 different World War II bunkers, one of which is a restored bunker located approximately half way up the Hill. Another track at the summit leads off to the ruins of the Pyrites Works. Early morning is the best time to discover the wildlife living on and around Towers Hill. You will see several species of macropods such as the Eastern Grey Kangaroo, the Whiptail and the Allied Rock Wallabies. Watch as the Wedge-tailed Eagles hunt their prey. Towers Hill comes to life in the evening with the Ghosts after Dark film screened in the Amphitheatre. Admission fees apply. Tickets can be purchased at the Visitor Information Centre. ...

Big4 Aussie Outback Oasis Holiday Park

76 Dr George Ellis Dr, Charters Towers QLD 4820
Now dog and pet friendly, Big4 Aussie Outback Oasis is a popular accommodation choice for visitors or workers to the Charters Towers region. The property is set on 10 acres of parkland and is a birdwatchers paradise. Opened in early 2000, the park has been immaculately maintained over the past 15 years. They have 20 Cabins with five styles to choose from. From their Family Chalets or Studio Villas to their Workers Cabins, they provide the very best in quality and cleanliness for their guests. The Villas are self-contained and well equipped for longer stays with modern furnishings. Free wi-fi is available to all guests. Foxtel is connected to all rooms. Guests can also take advantage of the 21 metre resort style pool and saltwater rock pool or just relax on their deck overlooking the beautiful gardens. Caravan sites are a combination of large slab or grass sites with many being drive-through. They cater for all types of rigs - small, big and enormous. Youll love using their spotlessly clean amenities and laundry. In the winter months, the Park plays host to guest entertainers, Meet and Greet afternoons by the camp fire and themed Meal Nights.

Kernow Charters Towers

23-33 Gladstone Rd, Queenton QLD 4820
Kernow Charters Towers offers a high standard of one and two bedroom serviced apartments with a unique, homely, heritage feel and a bit of history thrown in. Set on 200 acres and only five minutes from the centre of the town, the 15 newly refurbished apartments have King and Queen beds throughout, and all bedrooms have ensuites. There are spacious living areas with polished timber floors, flat-screen televisions, fully-furnished modern kitchens for those that like to cook, and laundry facilities in each. Free wireless internet and Netflix are available, and each unit has either a private courtyard, deck area and/or garden, and many have direct access to the resort-style pool. With each apartment being unique there is always a new experience to return to. Their first 15 apartments are the first stage of a lifestyle development which will incorporate a clear lagoon, sporting and recreational activities, and an events venue for weddings, conferences and exhibitions. Go and relax with them and while there, embrace the outback town of Charters Towers with its historic buildings, history of gold mining and all a small town has to offer. Kernow Charters Towers is located a short drive 125 kilometres west of Townsville.