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Atherton Tableland Explorer Tour

Discover rolling plains, historic statues, iconic waterfalls, breathtaking views, rainforest walks + more on this phenomenal day tour

Duration
DurationFull Day
Max Group Size
Max Group Size10
Pick-Up & Drop-Off
Pick-Up & Drop-OffIncluded from select Cairns hotels
Minimum Age
Minimum AgeAll Ages
Fitness Level
Fitness LevelEasy
Meals
MealsLunch Included

Atherton Tableland Explorer Tour Highlights

  • Get up to 10% cashback per person when you book with us
  • Pleasant scenic drive to Millaa Millaa covering rolling plains and remote dairy farms

  • Beautiful Millaa Millaa Falls visit + time for a swim 

  • Take a break at Millaa Millaa lookout 

  • Delicious lunch included

  • Relaxing walk to Mount Hypipamee Crater through the rainforest

  • Discover Herberton - a very early pioneering village and its attractions

  • Return transfers from Cairns

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Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to bring on an Atherton Tablelands tour?

Good walking shoes, a hat and a drink bottle are essential. Sunscreen is advised.

 

A native of far north Queensland, Karl Buderus was born and bred in Cairns. As a Cub and then a Boy Scout he developed a love for the outdoors and native wildlife. With the Scouts he camped and hiked in many locations: Oak Forest, Mantaka, Clohsey River, Mulgrave River, Walsh’s Pyramid, Rat Island at Kamerunga etc, etc.

 

Work took Karl south, 20+ years in Brisbane and 11 years at Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast. Finally he and his wife El managed to escape back to Cairns leasing the kiosk and café at Cairns Coconut Resort. Karl’s passion for rainforest country drew him to the Wet Tropics Management Authority to participate in their tour guide training and is now a certified Wet Tropics Tour Guide. In addition Karl has a Certificate III in Tourism.

 

In 2014 Karl and his wife set up home in Yungaburra and they have been captured by the natural beauty of the Atherton Tableland. Recently he won the Cultural Connections section of the Wet Tropics Tour Guide Competition 2020. His presentation can be viewed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gvydlut97Ag&t=16s 

 

With a strong desire to learn more Karl decided to pursue a Certificate III in Tourism. To assist he applied for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). He was granted RPL for the 15 units. Great! This sounds easy, far from it. A lot of work was put in by the assessor and Karl. Provision of many supporting documents and then at least 12 hours of assessment interviews. BUT, it was well worth it and a great learning experience.

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Yungaburra Tours
25 Wensley Avenue, Yungaburra QLD 4884, Australia
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