Tablelands Visitor Centres
Kuranda Visitor Information Centre
The Kuranda Visitor Information Centre is an accredited member of the Queensland Information Centre Association. It is located in Centenary Park at the top end of CoondooStreet. The Kuranda Visitor Information Centre acts as a gateway to the Atherton Tablelands/Cairns Highlands and has the second highest visitor numbers in the region.
Mareeba Heritage Museum and Information Centre
Gain an insight into the Mareeba region's history and attractions at this heritage museum. It has an extensive Aboriginal cultural display, a settler's hut showcasing historical memorabilia and a Wet Tropics display featuring the birds of the Wet Tropics with a life-size model of a cassowary with chicks. A small shop sells local produce and wide, cool verandahs have benches for enjoying a refreshing drink.
Atherton Information Centre
The Atherton Information Centre is fully equipped with friendly staff and literature to help you plan your next holiday to the Atherton Tablelands. Staff are only too happy to assist you to organise and book accommodation, tours and car hire. They can provide general information on all aspects of tourism across the Tablelands. If you areholidaying with your pet dog or cat, they'll even be able to advise you of all the accommodation places that accept pets.
Malanda Falls Visitor Centre
Malanda is a dairy town surrounded by the lush rolling hills of the Tablelands. Generations of Malanda children have learned to swim in the large pool at Malanda Falls on the outskirts of town. Several short walks through the Malanda jungle begin here. After burning down in 2010, the visitor centre has been rebuilt and is now open to visitors. The new centre offers information about the natural and cultural history of the area and showcases the unique qualities of Wet Tropics World Heritage area. Open: every day from 9.00 am to 4.30 pm. Phone (07) 4096-6957, Fax: (07) 4091 4300 Email: email@example.com Open: 7 days 9.00am to 4.30pm. Closed: Christmas Day, Good Friday and half day ANZAC day.
Yungaburra Visitor Information Centre
The picturesque village of Yungaburra lies in the heart of the Atherton Tablelands in Cedar St, Yungaburra, just one hour from Cairns. Largely unchanged since 1910, wide verandahs and historical shop fronts line the tranquil streets. With 18 heritage listed buildings, Yungaburra is the largest National Trust village in Queensland.
Cafes, award winning restaurants and country pubs offer all manner of gastronomic delights. Browse through the galleries and craft shops. Drop in and say hi to the wonderful group of volunteers and pick up some information and maps on the area.
Lake Barrine Teahouse
Located on the banks of Lake Barrine amongst vibrant tiered gardens is the teahouse. Step into the foyer and learn about the formation of the freshwater crater lakes of Barrine and Eacham. For the more adventurous, take an 80 metre stroll along the waters edge to the 1,000 year old giant Twin Kauri Pines (wheelchair accessible).
TREAT Visitor Centre
The TREAT Visitor Centre Interpretive Display is situated within the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service Nursery on McLeish Road, LakeEacham.
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