Observation Hill & Lookout

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Observation Hill, locally known as Ticklebelly Hill, is a tranquil area of native bush, which provides a safe, sustainable environment for the protection of the Silver Daisy.

Being a highly palatable food for stock and native herbivores, has resulted in the Silver Daisies decline in the Cleve district. This particular species is only found in small patches of vegetation, such as Ticklebelly Hill.

As well as being a conservation area, Ticklebelly Hill provides a walking trail for a leisurely stroll, as well as a look out point over the Cleve township. You can see as far as Arno Bay, landmarked by big white grain silos. The lookout point is a historical site and was used as an enemy aircraft spotting post during World War II, manned 24 hours a day.

Tourism sites in the District are well signposted, many with sheep dog signs for your enjoyment.

Facilities

Carpark Family Friendly Interpretive Centre Lookouts Picnic Area

Activities

Walks

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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Ticklebelly entry point & information board

Observation Hill & Lookout

Cleve

Yeldulknie Weir & Reservoir

Cleve

park entrance

Apex Park & Picnic Area

Cleve

Lookout Point at Waterfall

Yeldulknie Conservation Park Hiking Trail

Mangalo, Cleve

courts

Cleve Sporting Facilities

Cleve

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