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Gladstone Information Centre
From the Giants of Industry to the Southern Great Barrier Reef and all in between, the Gladstone Region has something to offer any resident or visitor.
Gladstone is home to in excess of 35,000 residents and is better known as one of Australia’s major industrial centres. Gladstone has fast become a popular destination for holiday makers and sea changes alike.
Gladstone is a dynamic, modern city basking in a sub-tropical climate with islands, waterways and beaches providing year-round boating, fishing, swimming and surfing. At the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, Gladstone offers access to Heron Island, Wilson Island and uninhabited coral cays.
The Gladstone Marina is home to a great waterfront recreation area, one of many that mark the city. Included in the marina setting is award winning Spinnaker Park, a huge expanse of parkland well suited to families, with picnic areas, barbeques and a beach cove for the kids. Spinnaker Park offers two and a half kilometres of walking tracks that meander through native flora, wetlands and ponds.
The main street of Gladstone, Goondoon Street, holds the City’s rich heritage and magnificently preserved buildings. Get a taste of a wide variety of restaurants and eateries cater to all tastes - from Australian tucker to Gladstone's famous mud crab and fresh seafood. All types of accommodation are available including four-star properties, comfortable and affordable motels and caravan parks.