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A small rural town in the Gulf Country Region of northwestern Queensland, Normanton is situated 70 kilometres southeast of Karumba, 383 kilometres north of Cloncurry, 145 kilometres west of Carpentaria and 2,085 kilometres northwest of Brisbane. The Norman River, Bynoe River and Flinders River flow through the town from the Gulf of Carpentaria in the northwest, while the Savannah Way crosses from the west and ends upon meeting the Burke Developmental Road close to the town proper. The town was named after the Norman River, which in turn was named after Captain W.H. Norman, the commander who was in charge of maritime exploration along the coastline near the mouth of the Norman River. European settlement on the site of Normanton was esta...

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A small rural town in the Gulf Country Region of northwestern Queensland, Normanton is situated 70 kilometres southeast of Karumba, 383 kilometres north of Cloncurry, 145 kilometres west of Carpentaria and 2,085 kilometres northwest of Brisbane. The Norman River, Bynoe River and Flinders River flow through the town from the Gulf of Carpentaria in the northwest, while the Savannah Way

A small rural town in the Gulf Country Region of northwestern Queensland, Normanton is situated 70 kilometres southeast of Karumba, 383 kilometres north of Cloncurry, 145 kilometres west of Carpentaria and 2,085 kilometres northwest of Brisbane. The Norman River, Bynoe River and Flinders River flow through the town from the Gulf of Carpentaria in the northwest, while the Savannah Way crosses from the west and ends upon meeting the Burke Developmental Road close to the town proper. The town was named after the Norman River, which in turn was named after Captain W.H. Norman, the commander who was in charge of maritime exploration along the coastline near the mouth of the Norman River. European settlement on the site of Normanton was established in 1867, and it was declared a town a year later.
Today, the town’s main industries include cattle and prawning, but tourism has also become an important industry, with the historic train Gulflander serving as a weekly passenger service that takes tourists from Normanton to Croydon. Normanton also has other facilities and amenities, including an airport, a library and visitor information centre, a tourist park, a hospital, a racecourse and rodeo ground and a golf course.

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