benefits of Tropical Living

Why Tropical Living All Year Round is Great

Imagine living in a tropical paradise, surrounded by lush views flexible enough to suit every lifestyle. Dreamy as it may seem, but it is now possible to reside in places as such through modern land developments. Property specialists can help you provide the house of your dreams. Modern advancement in housing made it possible to co-exist with nature. Property companies now around Queensland aim to provide residential developments while enhancing the local community and protecting the surrounding environment.

Modern real estate developers are being considerate of the environment. Sustainable developments like some of the real estate that is for sale in Townsville are mindful of the impact with the environment, which is beneficial for both nature and would-be inhabitants.

Townsville’s location is perfect for anybody because it is the best of both worlds — a place with rich natural environment and a buzzing urban spot. Being a large urban centre in North Queensland means that there can be job opportunities minutes away from home, making a perfect balance for work and family. Aside from being near the central business district, Townsville also has tons of popular places to be that people can enjoy.

Places to Go, Things to Do

A tropical oasis that experiences sunshine all throughout the year, Townsville is packed with places great for adventure. A heap of things to do for tours and entertainment abound this beautiful location. Here are some of the popular places to get you started:

  • The Strand

Being located on the north-eastern coast of Australia gives access to one of the best beaches in the country. The Strand is a popular strip of beach for locals and tourists stretches along Cleveland Bay and has a magnificent view of Magnetic Island. A beachfront with palm trees swaying, together with the tempting blue-green waters of the sea completes the tropical feel. Around it is the Strand Water Park where kids enjoy the mini slides and sprinklers. The promenade is popular for biking, jogging, and strolling while taking in the view.

  • Magnetic Island

At the southeastern end of The Strand is a marina that takes people to Magnetic Island. Locally called “Maggie,” half of the island is a protected national park because it is within the Great Barrier Reef area. Forts walk, a popular 90-minute round-trip hike takes you to ruins of Forts complex that operated during WWII. Travellers to this island usually stay the night to immerse on what it can offer. Wildlife is one of the main attractions, so any person would be lucky enough to see koalas and rock wallabies in the wild. Snorkelling is also obligatory because of the marvellous coral reef in Nelly Bay and Geoffrey Bay.

  • Castle Hill

A monolithic pink granite rising at the centre of Townsville, Castle Hill is one of the go-to places in Townsville. Overlooking views of Magnetic Island and a 360-degree view of the city can be seen through hiking or driving uphill.

  • Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium

Imagediving the coral reefs

Home to the World’s largest living coral reef aquarium, it offers an amazing view of the natural wonders in the Great Barrier Reef. People young and old can learn about the creatures that are in the reef. There are daily schedules for talks and tours, including a shark feeding show, one the creatures to watch in the reef tunnel.

These are just a few of the exciting things to see and do in Townsville — a city that you can call home. Find that sense of adventure and discover it today. There’s no place like home, and home is where you feel one with nature and with your family.