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Pentland is about 140 kilometres (87 mi) away from the town of Hughenden. Hughenden has about 2000 people and Charters Towers has about 9000. Pentland's population is estimated to be 400 people.
In the east, a small section of the Campaspe River flows through Pentland. White Mountains National Park has been established in the north. The Cape River rises in the area. In the south is the salt lake known as Lake Buchanan
Bett's Creek Post Office opened on 7 October 1884. It was renamed Pentland in 1885.
The 2013 Australian Federal Government budget included funds for a feasibility study on "the potential to develop land for sugarcane production, milling, ethanol and cogeneration infrastructure in the Pentland region."
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toward Mount Isa
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