The Sunbird Motel provides clean, comfortable and friendly accommodation. We are pet friendly. Set on 16.5 hectares of dry tropical bushland, on the side of a hill, overlooking the Nome Valley and just 10 minutes south of Townsville, birdlife, wildlife and views are abundant. Neighbouring attractions are the award winning Billabong Wildlife Sanctuary, Alligator Creek National Park and Mount Elliot forest reserve. We have easy access to the Townsville General Hospital, Murray Stadium and Townsville Crematorium. At the Sunbird Motel we also cater for local industry and contractors by providing self contained motel style accommodation. Our rules are: value + service + quality.
Car Parking Details
sealed carpark in front of each room free of charge
Things To Do
Things To Do FREE Things to Do In and Around Townsville Cotters Market, Sundays in Flinders Mall Water games at the Strand Water Playground Swimming in the Strand Rock Pool Catching fish on the Strand Pier and the Pock Pool Cook your dinner on the free BBQ¿s on the Strand Listen and learn about our history from the verbal information at the War Memorial in Anzac Park See beautiful birds and enjoy lots of shady trees in the Queens Garden Look over all of Townsville at the Mt Stuart Look-out Watch the sun rise or set from the top of Castle Hill Learn all about Palms in the tranquil Palmetum Roll around in the sand with the Beach access wheelchair at Pallarenda or the Strand Surf the net at the library Discover the airborne history at the RAAF Museum Sundays 10am ¿ 4pm Watch the bird life on the Town Common while nestled in the special hideout Enjoy the visual feast of art at the Tucker Gallery, Umbrella Studio and the Townsville Art Take a roll or stroll along the river on the Ross River Bike Path Swim surrounded by nature at Alligator Creek Reserve ALLIGATOR CREEK As the region¿s largest coastal park, Bowling Green Bay National Park contains diverse habitats. Its coastal plains are dramatically set against a backdrop of rugged granite mountains rising abruptly in the distance. In this section of the park, Alligator Creek flows between two rocky mountain groups ¿ Mount Elliot and Saddle Mountain. Visit for the day, picnic among the gum trees and swim in the creek. View agile wallabies and rock-wallabies as they feed nearby. At night, common brushtail possums and rufous bettongs `patrol¿ this area. Facilities Access Without Assistance for the Disabled BBQ Facilities Car park Public toilet Shaded Area Sheltered Area Visitor Information Centre Activities Animal Watching Birdwatching Camping Swimming Walking