cnr Bell and O'Connell Streets Street , Barney Point , QLD 4680 , Australia
A stylish and modern 4.5 star hotel within minutes of the Gladstone CBD, Mercure Gladstone features 60 premium accommodation rooms, secure undercover parking and contemporary conference facilities.
Adjoining the Yaralla Sports Club that features the best food and entertainment available, Mercure Gladstone is perfect for both business and leisure stays.
Mercure Gladstone with Yaralla Sports Club is able to offer our guests, three restaurants, two bars and gaming and keno facilities. Guests have unlimited use of Gladstone Golf Course and Gladstone Cinemas, along with Yaralla Fitness Centre a full service gymnasium incorporating a range of Nautilus Equipment, Aerobic classes, sauna and showers.
The Yaralla Sports Club dress has a dress code in place, please visit www.yaralla.com.au/visitor-info/dress-code for specific information.
All guests that stay at Mercure Gladstone are required to become a member of Yaralla Sports Club, this is done on arrival and is free of charge.
Check in from: 2:00 pm
Check out by: 10:00 am
For the business traveller the Mercure Gladstone with complimentary airport transfers, complimentary Wi-Fi on site and a range of meeting spaces, it’s the perfect base for your time in Gladstone.
Mercure Gladstone has purpose built meeting and conference facilities able to cater for groups of 10 to 1000 delegates.
Regardless of whether you're travelling by land, air or sea - getting to, and around the Gladstone Region is a breeze!
We are also happy to provide a complimentary airport shuttle service, we do require 24 hours notice to guarantee this service. Please note children must be at least 6 years of age to use this service.
The Gladstone Region is intersected by a number of major Australian highways. Queensland’s major coastal touring route, the Bruce Highway, provides many access points to seaside and country locations within the Gladstone Region.
The Gladstone Region starts approximately 450 kilometers north of Brisbane, with several key access points off the Bruce Highway.
Turn off at Miriam Vale for the picturesque Discovery Coast, at the Boyne/Tannum intersection for the seaside communities of Boyne Island and Tannum Sands, or at Benaraby for the harbor city of Gladstone. Take to the hinterland by turning left into Calliope for the Banana Shire and its centre, Biloela.
From Mackay it is about five and a half hours drive, and only one hour’s drive from Rockhampton. Turn off at Mt Larcom to venture into Gladstone, or continue along the Highway for exits to Boyne Island, Tannum Sands and the Discovery Coast. Turn right into Calliope for your exit the Gladstone’s hinterland, the Banana Shire.
Port Curtis Way
This is Highway 58 through Gladstone, between Benaraby to the south and Mt Larcom to the north. The diversion adds just 6 kilometers to the coastal drive.
Travelling north along The Country Way you will arrive at Biloela, the hubs Banana Shire respectively. Turn right at Biloela and enjoy the natural splendor of Gorges Way. For those taking a journey north along the Leichardt Highway, enter the Gladstone Region through the Dawson Valley, south of the township of Theodore and take in the stunning scenery the hinterland has to offer.
The quickest route to Gladstone is of course, by air. Jump aboard one of the many daily QantasLink and Virgin Airlines flights for a quick 50min trip between Gladstone and Brisbane. Services are also provided on a daily basis from Gladstone to the northern cities of Rockhampton, Mackay, Townsville and Cairns.
The Gladstone Airport is also the departure point for aerial services to Heron and Wilson Islands. In addition, Thangool Airport, near Biloela, operates daily QantasLink flights to Brisbane.
For bookings visit Qantas Airways or Virgin Airlines
Queensland Rail operates regular services to the Gladstone Region on many Travel Train services, the main being the Tilt Train, which services the Gladstone Region regularly, stopping at Gladstone and Miriam Vale.
Bookings and information can be found through Traveltrain
Greyhound Australia’s services call in to various coastal and country spots throughout the Gladstone Region. Daily services to Gladstone stop at the Dawson Road, BP Service Station. Visit Greyhound Australia for coach services.
Boats and Yachts
Seafarers can berth at the modern Gladstone Marina, sheltered in the safe surrounds of Gladstone Harbor. Operated by Gladstone Ports Corporation Ltd, the marina offers all maritime services. For further information contact GPCL on 07 4976 1333 or GPCL Website
To Mecure Gladstone from Gladstone Airport:
-From Gladstone Airport turn left onto the Dawson Highway, travel 1.7km through 2 roundabouts.
-At the third roundabout turn right onto Philip Street, travel 3.4km through one roundabout.
-At the “T junction” turn left onto French Street, travel 1.7km.
-At the traffic lights turn right onto Coon Street (sign posted for Barney Point).
Mercure Gladstone is 200m ahead on the left.
Mercure Gladstone provides undercover secure parking free of charge to all hotel guests.