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Gladstone, Capricorn Coast

Mercure Gladstone

Located just minutes away from the Gladstone CBD the stylish and modern Mercure Gladstone features 60 rooms covered parking and contemporary meeting facilities. Adjoining the Yaralla Sports Club, Mercure Gladstone is perfect for both business and leisure travellers.

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Gladstone, Capricorn Coast

Oaks Grand Gladstone

Gladstone’s newest 4.5 star hotel, Oaks Grand Gladstone, is the premier choice for business and leisure travellers seeking deluxe, self-contained apartment accommodation in this iconic Queensland destination.

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Gladstone Accommodation

Gladstone is a coastal town smack bang in the centre of the Southern Great Barrier Reef and is a gateway to Heron, Wilson, and Lady Musgrave Islands as well as the rugged Banana Shire hinterland. But don’t be fooled Gladstone is a destination in itself offering boating, fishing, and relaxing on secluded beaches in spades.

The sleepy seaside town is famed for fishing and crabbing and offers up some magnificent spots including Calliope and Boyne Rivers, Lake Awoonga and Callide, and Curtis and Facing Islands – you can easily spend your entire holiday on a scrumptious diet of freshly caught seafood!

Of course if catching your dinner doesn’t interest you, there are waterfront restaurants, boutique cafés, and alfresco options aplenty! Rocksalt Bar and Restaurant, Tables on Flinders, and The Brass Bell are some DQ favourites.

Jump off the beaten track and see Gladstone’s outback in all its glory by enjoying a walk through one of the 14 national parks, or get your adrenalin pumping and hire a 4WD for an action–packed tour of the forest’s flora and fauna.

The reef in this nook of the world are true coral cays easily accessible from Gladstone harbour to snorkel, dive, or swim with the turtles! Meanwhile crystalline waters and private deserted beaches are awaiting in the coastal communities of Agnes Water, Town of 1770, and Turkey Beach. Kayak through the calm waters, surf alongside dolphins, sail with the turtles, or simply unwind on the pristine white sand.

Gladstone accommodation offers much in the way of picturesque views either of the harbour, the Great Barrier Reef islands, or the luscious hinterland. To book the best views at the hottest prices speak to your own personal holiday consultant at Discover Queensland on 1300 788 553 today to organise your Gladstone accommodation.

Gladstone Events

Summer Solstice Event, Capricorn Caves

1 Dec 18 - 31 Jan 19

Organise your special trip to the Summer Solstice Event with the very best accommodation on the market, speak to the experts at Discover Queensland on 1300 788 553.


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Gladstone Weather

Gladstone weather is unique as it is Australia’s most southern town to be classified as a tropical savannah climate meaning it exceeds 18 degrees year round and has a dominate dry season.

A lovely coastal town, Gladstone is temperate in both summer and winter with the temperatures not varying greatly, however, summer from December to February sees higher rainfall than winter from June to August.

Current Weather

Temperature: 23.3°C
Dew Point: 10.0°C
Relative Humidity: 43%
Wind Speed: 11.1km/h
Wind Gusts: 20.4km/h
Wind Direction: ENE
Pressure: 1018.8hPa
Rain Since 9AM: 0.0mm