There are 18 heritage listed buildings, so why not take the old town loop and enjoy walking past the historical shop fronts? You’ll soon see that Yungaburra remains largely unchanged from its early days as a commercial hub. You’ll also find excellent cafes and restaurants serving locally grown produce.
You’ll love the proximity of your Yungaburra accommodation to the Australian bushlands. There’s Lake Tinaroo where you’ll enjoy: swimming, waterskiing, kayaking, fishing or having a picnic banks of the dam. The crater lakes of Lake Barrine and Lake Eacham are great locations for swimming and bushwalking. You shouldn’t miss a visit to the Curtain Fig Tree, one of the largest strangler figs in Tropical Queensland, as well as Dinner Falls in Mt Hypipamee National Park, where granite walls plunge straight down into the water filled crater.
Enjoy your stay in our accommodation Yungaburra. With so many activities, you can see that what you do while staying here – it’s totally up to you!Image Attribution: paleontour under Creative Commons
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