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Lokalbefolkningens beste anbefalinger for kaféer

Aquarium
“Reef HQ has the most amazing glass tunnel ... its like being underwater - you can see all kinds of sea life up close - definitely worth a visit. ”
  • 25 lokalkjente anbefaler
Iskrembutikk
$
“Short 15 min walk along the Strand to Townsvilles most iconic Coffee and Gelato cafe.”
  • 15 lokalkjente anbefaler
Kafé
$
“Consistently excellent food, I especially like the crumbed olives. They often had a lunch special, 2 courses and wine, which is lovely, as well as degustation menus. Also, do nice breakfasts. About 5 minutes walk if you go via the Ching Street bush track, or you can head up Willmett Street, and head downtown that way.”
  • 9 lokalkjente anbefaler
Store
“Townsville's best coffee shop. Although if there is a line, there is about a dozen coffee shops within 100m radius.”
  • 6 lokalkjente anbefaler
Kafé
“Juliette's is located on the water with amazing ocean views out to Maggie Island. They make great coffee and their gelato is a cut above the rest. ”
  • 7 lokalkjente anbefaler
Kafé
“ It's really simple, if you love chocolate, then Max Brenner is where you want to be. Chocolate indulgence overload. ”
  • 5 lokalkjente anbefaler
Kafé
$$
“A relaxed Mediterranean-style cafe serving breakfast and lunch all week and dinner on Friday and Saturday. Early morning coffee.”
  • 3 lokalkjente anbefaler
Kafé
“One of the best coffees in town! Great little indoor cafe. Perfect for hot summer days. Also has great food at excellent value”
  • 3 lokalkjente anbefaler
Restaurant
$$
“Award winning restaurant. Fine dining in air conditioned venue. Also alfresco street dining. Lively area with lots of restaurants and boutiques. A short stroll from Fryer St”
  • 3 lokalkjente anbefaler
Kafé
“Flinders Central. Cafes, Gym, Movies, Convenience Store, Restaurants - short walk ”
  • 3 lokalkjente anbefaler
Kafé
“Nice breakfasts. popular on Sunday mornings, after going to the market in Flinders Street”
  • 3 lokalkjente anbefaler
Terom
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“Tumbetin Lodge was built in 1934 in Railway Estate for the Roman Catholic Church. It was, until 1975, used as the St Francis Xavier School. In 1993 it was relocated to its current site. It is constructed predominately of Australian silky oak. Public facilities include public conveniences, information, selected art exhibitions, meeting rooms and The Palmetum Restaurant and Tea Rooms. A lovely building in which to enjoy a coffee and cake after a visit to the palmetum (or anytime!)”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Kafé
“The best view. After a swim in the pool enjoy coffee under the umbrellas. Sparkling sea and green grass . Great for families too. ”
  • 2 lokalkjente anbefaler
Kafé
  • 2 lokalkjente anbefaler