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Castle Hill Lookout

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September 7, 2019
Just metres short of a mountain, Castle Hill is the giant pink granite monolith that stands proud in the centre of Townsville - a perfect place for visitors to orientate themselves. Castle Hill offers vehicle access as well as a number of popular walking tracks, which are frequented by more than…
August 5, 2019
Great exercise, great view. Pack a picnic and go for a drive if you're not keen on the walk.
May 5, 2019
A great lookout and the road/paths up to Castle Hill are a favourite place for runners to punish themselves.
Jennifer And Bernard
Jennifer And Bernard
February 15, 2019
A must do, the hill is situated right in the centre of Townsville city, with 360 degree views across the area. You can walk or drive. the walk is we'll worth it but need to be fit.
December 1, 2018
Best views of Townsville

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Castle Hill, QLD 4810