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Newtownabbey Local Information Centre

Carnmoney Road North, Newtownabbey, County Antrim, BT36 5QA
Newtownabbey Local Information Centre

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Set off from Newtownabbey to see the world famous glens of Antrim and the spectacular Giants Causeway.
These and many more of Northern Ireland's top tourist attractions are within easy travelling distance of Newtownabbey. The natural landscape makes it an ideal location for all sorts of sporting activities and outdoor pursuits: you can golf, fish or enjoy a walk in many of the area's open spaces and parks. You can also enjoy the unique birdlife along the shores of Belfast Lough. There is plenty for children to do with an excellent range of indoor entertainment and leisure facilities.

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