Atherton Tableland Attractions

Paronella Park outside of Innisfail is a unique piece of Australia as it was developed in the 1920s/30s by Spanish immigrant Jose Paronella, an early eco-tourism operator. Visitors are amazed to find ...
Home to a thriving population, pay a visit to The Australian Platypus Park and Tarzali Lakes Aquaculture Centre when next in Tropical North Queensland. Less than one and a half hours’ drive from Cairn...
Try the boutique biodynamic dairy products, cheese, yoghurt and a very rich cheesecake
The Coffee Works
Arabicas Coffee are Tropical Australia's original coffee roasters and have been roasting sice 1988. Bottomless tastings are available.
The Tin Pannikin Hotel with the 1926 Essex ute on the roof is the centrepiece of the Herberton Historical Village. The bush hotel is part of a unique attraction established in 1977 called the Herberto...
The Crystal Caves in Atherton features 'The Empress of Uruguay" the worlds largest amethyst geode. Not forgetting over 600 fossils, crystals and gemstones. It promises a labyrinth of caves to discover...
The train is not running at the moment.
32,000 hectares including Qlds highest mountain - Mt Bartle Frere & Josephine Falls.
The Hou Wang Chinese Temple and Museum is on the site of Atherton's original Chinatown,(with a 100 year old temple) once the home to a thriving Chinese community.
Eacham Historical Museum in Millaa Millaa contains displays of local historic items and photographs.
Dating back to 1949 the Mareeba Rodeo is held in July each year and is the biggest rodeo in North Queensland.
The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary in Kuranda and the garden within it, took three years to design, build and landscape. At the time of opening in 1987, the sanctuary gained a place in the Guinness Bo...
Family Farm Visits - by appointment only
Mount Hypipamee Crater was formed by an explosive eruption of volcanic gases which blasted through solid granite. Angular blocks of granite as large as refrigerators can be found in the surrounding ra...
25km south is a National Park contains Kareeya Hydro Electric Power Station and Tully Falls. Walking tracks and Picnic facilities.
within easy reach of Palmerston Highway 2km east, provide excellent bushwalking , swimming and picnic spots.
average depth 160 metres are deep crater lakes ideal for aquatic sports.