Three accused bikies who were arrested during raids on their homes in Townsville last month have been granted bail.

Three alleged Rebels bikie gang members charged under Queensland’s anti-bikie laws have been granted bail.

Kiel Vaughan Collins, Jason Michael Heang and Dominic Michael Muhling were arrested during raids on their Townsville homes last month.

Police allege photos of two police officers were seized along with a taser, batons, ammunition, Rebels paraphernalia and drugs during the raids.

The accused allegedly met twice at a local gym in early December, which is a crime under the state’s anti-bikie laws.

Bail was continued during a mention in Townsville Magistrates Court on Tuesday.

The trio will next face court on March 17.

Heang, 31, is also facing a number of weapons and drugs charges and Muhling, 28, also faces one charge of possessing a dangerous drug.

Collins, 41, has been charged only under the state’s anti-bikie gang laws.

Police allege one of the men is the president of the Townsville Rebels’ chapter and the other men are gang members.