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... your guide on where to stay and
what to do in Yungaburra
The picturesque village of Yungaburra lies in the heart of the Atherton Tablelands, just one hour up from Cairns into the Highlands, in Tropical North Queensland. Largely unchanged since 1910, wide verandahs and historical shop fronts line the tranquil streets. With approximately 18 heritage listed buildings, it is probably the largest National Trust village in Queensland.
Yungaburra offers the best that Atherton Tablelands Accommodation has to offer. From cute B&Bs to boutique style cottages, from friendly motels to a historic pub, Yungaburra has something for everyone. We have gorgeous wedding and honeymoon venues to treat you on your special day.
A few days at least are needed to explore the wonderful natural attractions surrounding Yungaburra, and to experience the unique wildlife. Our knowledgeable tour guides will be able to offer you a new perspective on the wildlife and ecology of the area.
Whether you are after a romantic getaway, a pampering weekend, some serious R&R, or nature based activities , you will find it here at Yungaburra. Why not base your holiday in or around Yungaburra. Where else could you experience country charm, perfect lifestyle and natural beauty?
Yungaburra sits 720m above sea level. This 'natural air-conditioning' provides a pleasant climate, with moderate summers and clear crisp winters.
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Click here to view our online gallery of images of Yungaburra and the Atherton Tablelands.
Yungaburra nestles in countryside that has been shaped by volcanic activity. The legacy is stunning surrounds with rainforest, waterfalls, crater lakes and green pastures.
The village is easily accessible from Cairns, just over one hour up the Gillies Range. Or you can drive the Palmerston Highway from Innisfail, or come from the northern towns of Kuranda or Port Douglas.
Yungaburra offers the best that accommodation that Atherton Tablelands has to offer. From cute B&Bs to boutique style cottages, from friendly motels to a historic pub, Yungaburra has holiday lodgings for everyone.
You may be looking for a B&B or cottage in the township, or a holiday house that is just out of town, situated in rainforest or near lakes or in the country. We have what you are looking for, just go to Accommodation Page for a list of the best that Yungaburra has to offer.
For a small village, Yungaburra and the surrounding area, boasts some exceptional and varied restaurants and cafes.
Situated in the heart of the Atherton Tablelands, chefs are able to access some of the best produce grown locally in our own fertile volcanic soils.
Have a look at our Cafe and Restaurant Page.
Take a leisurely stroll and browse through the unique and interesting craft shops in our heritage village of Yungaburra. Be greeted by the friendly smiling faces of the locals. You will be sure to find that special gift or souvenir to take home with you.
See more information on our Shopping & Services Page.
The biggest and oldest market on the Atherton Tablelands. Fresh produce, flowers, home made crafts, local wines, books, wooden furniture, clothing and much more.
Intimate concert settings showcase music across a wide range of blues, roots, jazz, world and folk styles, plus comedy, poetry and dance.
For more events, click for a link to the website "What's on and where to go" on the Tablelands.
Base yourself in Yungaburra on the Atherton Tablelands to explore the wide diversity of landscapes in our region. You will need more than a few days to see it all.
You may also benefit from the expertise of a professional guide to make your holiday even more relaxing. Tours include Trike Tours, Wildlife Tours, Cruises and adventure guiding.
Have a look at our Tours Page.