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7 Things to do in Rollingstone

7 Things to do in Rollingstone

From stunning beaches to incredible wildlife, Rollingstone has something for everyone.

Visit Balgal Beach

Balgal Beach is a beautiful stretch of coastline that’s perfect for swimming, fishing, and snorkeling. The beach is relatively quiet and peaceful, making it an ideal spot for a relaxing day by the water.

There are plenty of picnic areas and BBQ facilities available, so you can spend the whole day enjoying the sun, sand, and sea.

Take a Wildlife Tour

Rollingstone is home to a wide range of unique wildlife, and a wildlife tour is a great way to experience the natural beauty of the region. You can take a tour of the surrounding rainforests to see some of the local flora and fauna.

Explore Paluma Range National Park

Paluma Range National Park is a stunning natural wonder that offers visitors a chance to explore some of the most spectacular landscapes in the region.

The park is home to a variety of hiking trails that will take you through the rainforest, over waterfalls, and past crystal-clear streams. You can also visit Jourama Falls, a stunning waterfall that’s perfect for a refreshing dip on a hot day.

Visit Rollingstone Creek Conservation Park

Rollingstone Creek Conservation Park is a great place to experience the natural beauty of the region. The park is home to a variety of wildlife, including wallabies, kangaroos, and echidnas.

There are plenty of walking trails that wind through the park, and you can also go birdwatching or take a dip in the freshwater creek.

See the Rollingstone Railway Bridge

The Rollingstone Railway Bridge is a historic landmark that dates back to the early 1900s. The bridge is a stunning feat of engineering and is still in use today. Walk across the bridge and take in the views of the surrounding countryside whilst learning about the history of the area.

Go Fishing

Rollingstone is a great place to go fishing, whether you’re an experienced angler or a novice. The town is situated on the coast, so you can fish from the beach or head out to sea for some deep-sea fishing.

There are also plenty of fishing tours and charters available, so you can get some expert advice and guidance while you’re out on the water.

Take a Day Trip to Townsville

If you’re looking for a bit of city life, Townsville is just a short drive from Rollingstone. The city is home to a range of attractions, including the Museum of Tropical Queensland, the Reef HQ Aquarium, and the Castle Hill Lookout.

You can also take a stroll along the Strand, a popular waterfront promenade that’s lined with restaurants, cafes, and shops.

Where To Stay in Rollingstone

Tasman Holiday Parks – Rollingstone is a 30-minute drive from Townsville CBD. It offers a range of accommodation options to suit all budgets and preferences, from powered and unpowered sites for caravans and tents, to self-contained cabins and villas.

Our park offers a range of facilities and amenities to ensure your stay is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. We have a resort-style swimming pool, a playground for the kids with a brand new waterslide, and a BBQ area for outdoor dining. Our park also features a camp kitchen, laundry facilities, and a convenience store for all your basic needs.

Book your stay with us at Tasman Holiday Parks – Rollingstone and enjoy everything that our wonderful park has to offer.

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