About Riverway

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Riverway parklands

Consider the jewel in the crown of Townsville consisting of Tony Ireland Stadium, Riverways Art Centre, Pinnacles Gallery, 10 kilometers of pristine Bike and walking tracks, Skate Park, Musical Adventure land, 2 huge lagoon style swimming pools complete with fulltime life guards. For more information and a list of upcoming events Visit http://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/FACILITIES/RIVERWAY/Pages/default.aspx

Cannon Park Restaurant and Entertainment Precinct

For more information including up to date Menus please Visit http://www.cannonpark.com.au/ 

Includes Restaurants such as:-  Masala Indian Restaurant, Cactus Jacks Bar & Grill, Fasta Pasta, Harold’s Seafood, Hogs Breath Café, Hooters, The Capitol Regent Chinese Restaurant, Yummy Noodle, Peppi Peppi - Pizza & Pasta, Jingo Ice Cream Café, Mega Malaysia, Irish Finnegan’s Tavern & BWS Liquor, Readings Cinemas, as well as :-

Kingpin Bowling & Laser Skirmish Now Open!!!


Sunland Plaza

Snap Fitness, Curves, Mitre 10, Pet Barn, Video Ezy, Cold Rock Ice Creamery, Rickshaw Chinese Takeaway and Noodle Bar, Domino’s Pizza, Hungry Jacks, McDonalds, Subway and Pizza Hut.

Willows Shopping Centre

Considered Townsville’s leading shopping destination with 105 specialty stores, BigW, Woolworths, Coles JB Hi Fi, Target, Post office with a food court comprising 12 specialty food outlets, Sushi Train and 3 specialty cafés. For more information please visit http://www.willowsshoppingcentre.com.au/

1300Smiles Stadium (formerly Dairy Farmers Stadium)

The North Queensland Toyota Cowboys are the north’s premier sporting club and have been thrilling crowds at 1300Smiles Stadium since their inception in 1995. Cowboys’ game nights are a great night out for the whole family, with a range of seating and membership options to suit all budgets! For more information please Visit http://www.cowboys.com.au/

James Cook University

James Cook University is ranked in the top five per cent of the world’s tertiary institutions by the respected Academic Ranking of World Universities. The University conducts nationally significant and internationally recognised research in areas such as marine sciences, biodiversity, tropical ecology and environments, global warming, tourism, and tropical medicine and public health. With over 17,000 students, the University’s main campuses are in Cairns, Townsville and Singapore. For more information please Visit http://www.jcu.edu.au/