TOWNSVILLE introduction:

Basics:
Port of Townsville is the third largest seaport in Queensland, located south of the mouth of Ross Creek and north of the Ross River. The Port is related to the sustainability of the North Queensland economy.

Traffic:
Townsville is the intersection point of the A1 and the A6 National Highways. It has a public transport system providing regular services between many parts of the city. There are regular ferries and vehicular barges to  Magnetic Island and Palm Island. In addition, the North Coast railway line meets the Western line in the south of the city. The city is also served by Townsville International Airport handling direct domestic flights to Darwin, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, as well as direct regional flights to destinations like Cairns, Mount Isa, Rockhampton and Mackay. 

Development:
Over 30 different commodities are imported and exported through Townsville, such as mineral ores, fertiliser, concentrates, sugar and motor vehicles. The Port is the No.1 port in the country for exports in copper, zinc, sugar, etc.

Climate:
Townsville features a tropical savanna climate. Winters are dominated by southeast trade winds. The average annual precipitation is 1,143 mm on 91 rainy days on average.

TOWNSVILLE's major ports:

Near the port:

Sowoll port service

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