Out and AboutExplore the Surrounds and TableLands.
YungaBurra, QLD Main CBD, Kehoe Place and Ceder St. Looking NW
Yungaburra was first settled in the around 1880, with the town being founded in the early 1900. Yungaburra has an old world charm, like steping back in time 100 years. There is plenty to do in town with a wide veriety of coffee spots and eating establisments to frequent. Looking for that someting different, Yungaburra has a number of local craft and clothing outlets for you to explore.
Mountain Biking Mountain Bike the Tablelands
Yungaburra, Atherton and surrounding districts have an abundance of Mountain bike trails for you to explore, here is just a sample.
Peterson Creek Platypus and Turtles
Yungaburra is famous for it's Peterson Creek platypus population.
The WaterFall Circuit The Tablelands are abundant with a wide variety of waterfalls and swimming options.
If you're up for something a bit more than the local pool, Yungaburra can provide some of Australia's most memorable waterfall swimming locations. Millaa Millaa Falls is an ideal spot for a swim and a shower. With a large open swimming area, toilets and change rooms, it's a great place to spend the day.
Swimming the waterfalls is a great way to see the sites and cool off at the same time.
Nick's Restaurant is one of many places to eat in town, Yungaburra Hotel is another. Keddie's does fine fish and chips.
The Whistle Stop Cafe is a great place to meet and enjoy coffee and cake, or maybe lunch.