Pentland is one of the lovely small towns that developed from inhabitation in this region in the mid 1850's, and then became a critical rail and communication junction of the day. The discovery of gold, then timber and cattle and subsequently sawmill and meatworks industries maintained its early thriving position. Today the small town offers many historical and natural attractions, located 104 kilometres west of Charters Towers along the Flinders Highway.
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