Sightseeing At The Atherton TablelandsBy Emily T
Waterfalls are another attraction you should see in Australia, and there is no better place than the Atherton Tablelands. Millaa Millaa Falls is the highlight of the Atherton Tablelands, but there is much more than meets the eye. Other geological wonders include crater lakes, volcanic tubs, and spectacular plateaus in northern Queensland. Wildlife is also a big part of the Atherton Tablelands, too. Kuranda Birdworld, Peterson Creek Walking Track, the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, and Alan’s Wildlife Tours are all great places to see amazing bush and rainforest creatures.
Kayaking, bird watching, and cave explorations are some other things you can see while at the Atherton Tablelands. After a full days journey, head on over to The Canopy Treehouses for a lodging experience you will never forget. Other lodging includes the Lumholtz Lodge, River Caravan Park, Cedar Park Rainforest Resort, and Possum Pad to name a few, so you will get the best night of sleep to recharge for the next full day.
If you are looking for something to eat and drink, check out Jacques Coffee Plantation, the Rainforest Heart, the Golden Drop Winery, and The Brick Oven Café. There is also great shopping neat the Atherton Tablelands. Make sure to go to Booklark Books, Bundarra Pottery, Yungaburra Antiques, and The Crystal Caves. Of course, you can plan this trip out ahead of time. Also, you can use the Trans North Bus & Coach Service or Duffy’s Car Rentals to get you around the right away through the Atherton Tablelands.