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The Army Museum of North Queensland is located within Jezzine Barracks, Kissing Point in Townsville.
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Castle Hill is a red rock monolith in the heart of Townsville offering panoramic views, and a slice of military history.
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The National Trust Heritage Centre in Townsville is a collection of three heritage houses furnished and restored to their original period glory.
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Centenary Park has the gold discovery monuments, picnic tables, gas barbecues and is always cool and shady.
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Charters Towers Cemetery was established in 1895. It is the resting place for a number of interesting local characters including Jupiter Mosman who, as local lore has it, was one of the party that discovered gold at Charters Towers; Doctor Leonard Redmond who discovered Australian dengue fever; Fredrick Pfeiffer owner of the rich Day Dawn PC Mine and James Knenniff who was the last bushranger in Queensland.
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Drop into the Civic Club, originally known as the Londoner's Club, (a gentlemen's club) and enjoy a drink with a local, soak up the atmosphere of this amazing historic building and have a round of billiards on one of the two 100 year old tables.
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Cotters Market is North Queensland's award winning arts and crafts market held in Flinders Mall Townsville.
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Ancient lava flows, fossilised limestone and the Burdekin River, the largest river in Queensland, are features of this park in the Charters Towers area.
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The Great Tropical Drive is a self-drive route that will take you from Cairns and Townsville to some amazing places in Tropical Australia - less than a few hours away.
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Herbert River Museum is located in Halifax and is a treasure chest of historical artefacts. It is the ideal place to learn about the history of the area and the way things used to be.
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