The city of Gladstone was previously a local government area for the state of Queensland Australia. Gladstone is located right at the beach. The population of Gladstone is not so large it is around 29,085 but believed to have significantly increased since the last census in 2006 . Gladstone is approximately 194.7 square kilometers.
Gladstone Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the best time to go to Gladstone?
A. Depending on the tourists' preference of temperature, anytime during the year is a good time to travel to Gladstone. January to May and September to December have temperatures range between 20 and 30 degrees celsius and between June to August the temperatures are between 10 and 20 degrees celsius. Also to note that July is the coldest month in the year.
Q. Where can one get an air ticket?
A. One can purchase an air ticket from several sources. The traveler should ascertain the ticket source is legit. Travel agencies, websites and the airline sites an assist one is getting the right air ticket.
Q. What are the main tourist attractions in Gladstone?
A. Gladstone has a number of tourist attractions to view. They include Tondoon Botanic Gardens, Marina Parklands, Auckland Point, which is a high point to view the town, Queensland Alumina which is considered to be one of the largest Bauxite to Alumina processing refineries worldwide, Calliope Village which charges a ticket cost of $5 and is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m, Boyne Smelter., Boyne Island and Tannum Sands. Tourists must also make a point of viewing turtle nesting (November and December) and hatching (January to March).