The village of Yungaburra in Tropical Far North Queensland, Australia is easily accessible from Cairns, just over one hour up the Gillies Range or come from Cairns’ northern beaches via the Kuranda Range. If you are driving north from Townsville you can drive the Palmerston Highway from Innisfail. Yungaburra is located centrally on the Atherton Tablelands, with all the attractions within an hour and a half drive.
In the heart of Yungaburra is a special walk where you may be able to view platypus, a rare Lumholtz Tree-Kangaroo, the unique ‘Lloyd’s Suspension Bridge’, historical objects and more.
View / printout Peterson Creek Wildlife & Botanical Walking Track map.
Yungaburra Heritage Village is centrally located on the Atherton Tablelands. Visit us for unique accommodation, restaurants, shops, recreation & exploration of superb natural & heritage attractions.
View / printout Things to Do map.
The Historic Heart of Yungaburra Village boasts 18 sites listed on the Queensland Register of the National Trust of Australia.
View / print the “ Yungaburra Old Town Loop” map for information about 29 sites of historical significance within the village.
A detailed map of lakes, both natural and man made, near Yungaburra.
View / printout Yungaburra Lakes District map.
Click on the marker to view location of & directions to Yungaburra Heritage Village on this Atherton Tablelands map.
See you in Yungaburra!