Peterson Creek- Platypus frolic this creek in abundance. Take a stroll along the river, there are information boards placed along the way to educate you further on the region. Along the path you will also see swimming holes, picnic spots beside the creek, remains of a steam boiler, a working water wheel, a swing bridge, an old railway bridge and a variety of rainforest trees. This is a really lovely, family outing.
Curtain Fig Tree
Curtain Fig Tree – This enormous, heritage-listed Curtain Fig Tree, at Curtain Fig Tree Road, Yungaburra is easily accessible along a boardwalk, a minute’s stroll, from the carpark. It is one of the largest trees in Tropical North Queensland. Wheel chair accessible. Keep a look out for local wildlife.
Bromfield Swamp (Malanda)- A great way to spend an evening watching the brolgas land gracefully on the swamp. Grab some fish and chips, or a pizza from the local shops and make the most of the beautiful sunsets. Birdwatchers bring your cameras!
Allan's Wildlife Tours
Alan’s Wildlife Tours- There is no better way to see the wildlife than to join a tour with someone that knows the hot spots. With so many species of animals to see on the Tablelands, you won’t be disappointed having a tour guide to educate you along the way.
Mt Baldy- Walk, jog or run to the top of Mt Baldy which offers stunning, easterly views over the Atherton Tablelands.
Cathedral Fig Tree
Cathedral Fig Tree- (Bore Pocket Road, Tinaroo) Similar, yet different to the Curtain Fig Tree, this tree is just as impressive and the scenery is beautiful on the drive out.