Rydges Gladstone

Externally, the Rydges Gladstone may have seen better days, but there's no denying that it still retains its comfort and cleanliness inside. Great for exploring the nearby Heron Island , the hotel is also ideally located for those wishing to do a bit of shopping (although avoid this on Sunday - they're all shut!) and/or eating at the local plaza's many restaurants.

 
 
 
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Gladstone

Experiences in Australia


Gladstone travel

Gladstone is a city on the central coast of Queensland.

Capricornia Cays National Park
Offshore from Gladstone with coral islands with cruises available from Gladstone.

Tondoon Botanic Gardens

Native plants all well laid out. Glenlyon Road

Gladstone travel

 

Glen Drive-In Theatre (Gladstone)
Opened in the 1960's and still a great place for families, couples and groups of friends to go along and enjoy the open-air atmosphere. One screen plays two films each night amongst a natural green setting and offers a relaxing place to see a film under the stars- or in your car. Opens daily at 7pm. Boles Street, Gladstone.
Lauren Ford

Deepwater National Park (Gladstone)
Situated on an unspoilt coastline, Deepwater National Park is an ideal location to fish, swim or nature walk and enjoy the sunshine. An emerging sight for bird watching and turtle procreation means that there's plenty of animal watching to keep you occupied. Picnic tables, toilets and basic camping facilities are some of the facilities available.
Lauren Ford

Heron Island (Gladstone)
Situated just 72 kilometres off the north-east coast of Gladstone and only accessible by boat or air, Heron Island is amidst the remarkable Great Barrier Reef and boasts crystal clear waters, sandy white beaches and an incredible display of reef. A range of waters sports are available including snorkelling and scuba diving.
Lauren Ford

 
 
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