Breathtaking panoramic views across the Atherton Tablelands to Queensland’s highest peaks, visits to the Danbulla State Forest, Gadgarra and Crater Lakes National Parks, lovely Lake Barrine, historic Yungaburra, Herberton Historic Village and spectacular Millaa Millaa Falls.
Included in this tour:All transport, exclusive small group (limited to 6 guests)
Entry to National Parks
Lake Barrine Cruise
Entry to the Herberton Historic Village
Afternoon gourmet snack
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How the day will unfold:Pick up from your accommodation for 7.00am departure from Cairns.
We travel up the Gillies Range, famous for its 263 corners and panoramic views.
Rainforest and Wildlife
A Birds Eye View
Crater Lakes National Park
Lake Barrine Cruise and Devonshire Tea
Yungaburra, Heritage Village
Heading west from Atherton, we’ll travel through peaceful grazing lands, passing the Hou Wang Temple, site of the original Atherton Chinatown, to Herberton, the Tablelands’ oldest town, which was founded in 1880 after rich tin deposits were discovered in the area.
The Historic Village Herberton
Lunch at the Bakerville Hotel
Back on the road, and emerging briefly into the present, we’ll head through Herberton town, which has a number of heritage-listed sites. We’ll also pass through a variety of different habitats on our way to Ravenshoe.
The traditional owners of the land in the Ravenshoe district are the Jirrbal people. We’ll find out more about their traditions and stories. The area’s main industry was timber until the surrounding rainforest areas were world heritage listed in 1987.