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Kernow Charters Towers

Kernow Charters Towers

Kernow Charters Towers 0447 557 200

23 -33 Gladstone Rd, Charters Towers City QLD 4820

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Set on 200 acres of private land, Kernow is a redevelopment of the old Mosman Hall

Located on the edge of the historic town of Charters Towers, 130km South West of Townsville, Kernow offers both meeting and conference facilities together with the ability to accommodate delegates at the same venue within walking distance of the main conference wing.  There is a range of other facilities too, such as an excellent gym, golf-driving range, tennis court and walking track, and of course a resort-style outdoor pool.  The venue accommodates over-18s only, and as a result is suitable for those who wish to work or relax in the peace and quiet.  Having both the conference facilities and accommodation in one place helps keep delegates together and therefore offers a great team-building environment.  The accommodation comprises a range of room types from studio hotel-style rooms through to fully-furnished apartments.  Catering can be arranged.


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151 Sturt Street, Townsville Q 4814

PO Box 1043
Townsville, QLD, 4810

In the spirit of reconciliation, Townsville Enterprise and Townsville North Queensland acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout our region and Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

Townsville Enterprise a not-for-profit organisation and is the official Regional Tourism Organisation (RTO) and economic development body of the Townsville North Queensland region, extending from the Burdekin to the Hinchinbrook, west to Charters Towers, and including the central section of the Great Barrier Reef and its island communities of Magnetic Island and the Palm Island group.