Lying on the banks of the Fitzroy River, the Queensland city of Rockhampton is 600km north of the state’s capital, Brisbane.Read More
Rockhampton enjoys at least 300 days of sunshine every year, therefore lends itself to outdoor activities and tourist attractions. Visitors travel to Rockhampton to experience the majesty of its national parks, rivers, and the Great Barrier Reef.
TFE Hotels (Toga Far East Hotels) offer stylish and affordable hotel and apartment hotel accommodation, in a central Rockhampton location. Travelodge Rockhampton offers comfortable accommodation in the heart of Rockhampton and overlooks the Fitzroy River.
As Rockhampton was founded in 1853, many of its buildings, such as Customs House and the old post office, are heritage-listed and well worth a visit. Some of these beautiful places have been turned into museums, art galleries, and restaurants.
The city is the perfect place to experience nature, with so many events and attractions that focus on life on the land, in the sea, and even in the sky. Whether you’re exploring the national park or Great Barrier Reef, visiting animals in a zoo or farm, or following the passage of the sun through the Tropic of Capricorn, Rockhampton is a great place to get in touch with the natural world.Read Less
Travelodge Hotel Rockhampton is located by the Fitzroy River, in Rockhampton’s city centre, a sunny hub of Central Queensland. The airport is nearby, perfect stopover before heading to tropical destinations like Great Keppel Island.
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Experience some of the most stunning stretches of one of the wonders of the underwater world, straight from Rosslyn Bay Boat Harbour.
Home to over 50 species of native and exotic animals, this zoo offers guided tours and feeding sessions.
Hiking through this natural wonder offers magnificent views of Rockhampton and exposure to remarkable flora and fauna.
An intricate and expansive vintage complex, showcasing Rockhampton’s rich and colourful history.
Regarded as one of the best provincial gardens in Australia, this site is over 130 years old and contains some 100-year-old species.
This historic sandstone building, on Quay Street, has been restored and renovated, and hosts exhibitions about the local area.
Learn about the extreme southern position of the sun’s journey at a spire marking the Tropic of Capricorn.
A regional art gallery with paintings, sculptures and installations, from Rockhampton and national artists.
Take an adventure caving tour with an expert guide to see some beautiful rock formations and lighting.
A visit to this functioning crocodile farm offers guided tours showing hatching and feeding times.
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