Malanda Falls, on the North Johnstone River, tumbles over basalt rock formed by an ancient lava flow that spread from the Mount Hypipamee area 15km away. There are two short walks through the surrounding remnant rainforest. More information: www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/malanda-falls
Malanda falls is a great place to take a swim, have a bbq or just soak up the natural surroundings. The nearby tea house provides light meals, tea, coffee and cakes. Guided tours through the nearby forest are also available.
Beautiful walks, swimming picnic tables- spot a platypus. Interpretive walks with local Njadjon indigenous guide.
“Obis Restaurant is an excellent choice for fine dining. We have always been extremely satisfied when dining there, but you must book, its very busy. It is only open Thursday through to Sunday for lunch and dinner.”
“Its always delicious. You have the choice of A La Carte on one side and on the other, a Pizzeria. We love both and are frequent diners. Open every night except Mondays.”
“World class MTB trail network. For info see: - Tablelands Trails website - QPWS website for PDF map of Atherton Forest MTB Park”
“Just on the outskirts of Yungaburra, is the picturesque Curtain Fig Tree. A short walk from the car park with an abundance of wildlife. ”
“One of the best waterfalls the region has to offer. Take your camera and your swimmers and enjoy a swim beneath the picturesque Falls of Millaa Millaa. ”