|Elevation||176 m (577 ft)|
|Topo map||OSI Discovery 43|
|Easiest route||West from M1 on R122, then south on R108.|
The Naul Hills, or Man-of-War Hills  are low-lying hills in north County Dublin in Ireland, close to the village of Naul, formerly called The Naul, (Irish: An Aill, meaning "cliff"). They lie beside the County Meath border, 30 kilometres north of Dublin City (17 km north of the airport), 16 km north-northwest of Swords, and 8 km southwest of Balbriggan.
Typical hill elevations run between 140 and 150 metres, with the highest point in the area being the 176m Knockbrack (Irish: An Cnoc Breac, meaning "the speckled hill"). Limestone quarrying has been carried out in the hills, and the London Encyclopaedia (1829) remarked, "there are coals at Naul...but the coal vein is not worked." 
- Ordnance Survey map of Naul area Ordnance Survey Ireland. Retrieved 2010-08-02.
- The Neighbourhood of Dublin by Weston St. John Joyce (3rd ed. 1920). Chapter X: Rathfarnham, Whitechurch, Kelly's Glen and Kilmashogue Mountain.
- "Entry for Naul in A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis, 1837". Retrieved 2009-11-27.
- "Fingal County Council, 2002". Retrieved 2009-11-27.
- Knockbrack Placenames Database of Ireland. Retrieved: 2011-12-29.
- The London Encyclopaedia, Vol. VII, London, T. Tegg & Son, 1829. Retrieved: 2010-08-12
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