Tours and Attractions

The Atherton Tablelands / Cairns Highlands offer Tropical North Queensland and Australian countryside at its very best.

Your holiday of a lifetime can include places of unique scenic beauty, tracing the steps of our pioneers, or enjoying the taste delights of exotic and native fruits, coffee, tea and unlimited regional cuisine.

It’s all here, waiting for you to experience, explore and enjoy – please see a list of tours and attractions below.

  • Kuranda Riverboat Tours

    Established in 1982, a cruise on the Kuranda Riverboat leaves you relaxed and refreshed. The calm waters of the beautiful upland Barron River in Kuranda provide great photographic opportunities whilst your skipper gives you an insight into some of the history of Kuranda, the ancient tropical rainforest, and the animals, reptiles, and birds that reside in […]

  • Australian Butterfly Sanctuary

    Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is the largest butterfly flight aviary and exhibit in Australia – an all weather experience in the heart of Kuranda which is home to over 1500 magnificent tropical butterflies. View a number of stunning tropical butterflies, including the stunning electric blue Ulysses and the breathtaking green and yellow Cairns Birdwing. Join us […]

  • Rainforestation Nature Park

    Set on 100 acres of World Heritage Rainforest, this unique tourist attraction is situated five minutes travel from Kuranda Village, and half an hour from Cairns in Tropical North Queensland, Australia. This eco-friendly attraction has three unique experiences: Army Duck Tours through the rainforest on both land and water; the Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience with a […]

  • Kuranda Heritage Markets

    The village of Kuranda in Tropical North Queenslnad is famous for its markets, and the Kuranda Heritage Market lets you experience the best of Kuranda in an all-weather covered market, nestled in beautiful tropical rainforest. The Kuranda Heritage Market is open every day from 9:30am to 3:30pm, with a wide range of stalls offering locally-produced […]

  • Karumba Library and Visitor Information Centre

    Karumba Visitor Information Centre and Library have local brochures, and information that covers Townsville to Cooktown, Townsville to Mt Isa, the lovely Atherton Tablelands and along the Savannah way to Karumba and Karumba to Winton. Our little library is part of Rural Libraries Queensland, which gives you access to over 300 000 books available through […]

  • Normanton Visitor Information Centre and Library

    Come into the Normanton Visitor Information Centre in the historic Burns Philp Building, located on the corner of Landsborough and Caroline Streets, where you can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee, a cool drink and talk to the friendly staff. You might like to purchase a small souvenir and browse Normanton’s attractions and history. […]

  • Chillagoe-Mungana Caves National Park

    Featuring spectacular limestone caves, small galleries of Aboriginal rock art, jagged limestone outcrops and an historically significant mining site, this park is rich in natural and cultural heritage. Tickets for ranger-guided cave tours are sold by Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service staff based at The Hub in the Chillagoe township. Please phone (07) 4094 7111 […]

  • Mungalli Creek Dairy

    Mungalli Creek Dairy is a family run Company that uses organic/biodynamic natural farming methods to bring you a unique range of award winning products. Sample award winning cheese, yoghurts and yummy gelato.   Enjoy the great views to Queensland’s highest mountain while you indulge in delicious platters and home made treats.  Free cheese and yoghurt […]

  • Millaa Millaa Post Office

    More than just a Post Office, browse for gifts and have a look at the beautiful and ever changing display of items that you don’t see anywhere else. Millaa Millaa Post Office supports local products including woodcraft, soaps, t-shirts and souvenirs. Contact Details Address 21 Main Street, Millaa Millaa Phone (07) 4097 2247 Social Media […]

  • Gallo Dairyland

    Well worth a drive and only an hour from Cairns on the lush tropical Atherton Tablelands you will find a dairy farm that has opened the doors or rather their gates to the public.   With the farming enterprise positioned half way between Atherton and Malanda you will be pleasantly surprised to find a fully […]