Located in Wooroonooran National Park, Windin Falls boasts unparalleled views over the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Accessible via the Old Cairns Track, the falls is an approximate 90 minute hike each way.
Exercise extreme caution and stay back from the edges.
There is a natural infinity pool at the top of the falls that drops deep into the valley below.
Nerada Tea’s mission is simple – to produce Australia’s freshest, finest and most sustainable tea.
Depending on the season, Nerada Tea can travel from crop to cup in as little as four weeks, placing it among the world’s freshest. In this short amount of time, our tea is harvested, fermented, dried, packaged and placed on the shelf, ready for you to take home, brew and enjoy.
This level of freshness can not be equalled by tea from India, Sri Lanka or China.
Chillagoe is a genuine outback town with fascinating attractions and abundant wildlife.
When you arrive in town you will instantly notice the tall chimney at the ruins of the old smelter which is iconic to Chillagoe. Entry is free and there is a viewing platform and car park on a high vantage point with informative plaques.
The site is a great photo opportunity and there’s fascinating information on how the pioneers toiled in those days.
Today there are many surviving historic points of interest around Chillagoe to be explored at your own leisure. Check out the Railway Station, bank vault, Court House, Police Museum, Post Office and Post Office Hotel.
Eyes on Wildlife offers birding and wildlife tours in Far North Queensland, Australia.
We have an exceptional biological diversity which few other regions in the world can compete with. The Great Barrier Reef, Daintree National Park and the Atherton Tablelands are the best known destinations around Cairns. Far North Queensland has so much to discover it can dazzle even the most experienced naturalist!
Sicklebill Safaris is a small family run company based in North Queensland, Australia. We have been operating in the Pacific region for over 20 years. We specialise in developing customised itineraries to suit small groups and individuals who seek excellent bird, wildlife and perhaps cultural experiences in the destinations they choose to visit.
The sights, sounds and smells of the Australian rainforest and bush mean more to you as you develop an understanding of their importance. Linking the sound to the animal you have just seen and its surroundings, you build a sensory map of your environment.
Amusing stories about the plants and animals not only entertain you but fashion significant memories. As a teacher with a wide range of experience, Alan relates well to children.
Sliding along hundreds of metres above the earth is one of the best ways to start the day on the Atherton Tablelands.
It’s an early start and probably a strong coffee to prep for hot air ballooning. But the reward for getting up in the dark is a smooth ride over riveting scenery: most days a cloudless sky makes for a picture-perfect sunrise over the mountains.
The Atherton Tablelands is known as the ballooning capital of the world because of its regular good weather.
Nestled in the heart of the Atherton Tablelands we’ve put our passion for regenerative agriculture to work crafting a range of incredible products using truly Australian flavours.
We demand the best from ourselves, that’s why only the highest quality, locally sourced and grown ingredients go into our products to share with you.
Being able to rummage round a market on holiday is a real joy. It’s a leisurely stroll while shopping, taking a golden opportunity to meet local people, buy food and beverages grown in the area and just absorb the individual character of each town. And for those who like a second hand bargain you never know what gems you’ll find!
Many on the Atherton Tablelands are in picturesque spots so include a market visit on your holiday plans. Most open around 7-7.30 am and finish just after noon.