|Population||2,482 (2011 census)|
|LGA(s)||City of Townsville|
Townsville International Airport (formerly known as Garbutt Airport) is located there.
The suburb takes its name from the railway station which was originally known as Garbutts Siding and renamed Garbutt by the Railways Department on 26 January 1940. The siding served the butchering firm established by Charles Garbutt, a local pastoralist.
Public Facilities in Garbutt
Public Facilities in Garbutt include:
- Garbutt Shopping Village
- Harold Phillips Park
- Melrose Park
- Spilsbury Park
- Public Infrastructure
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