Tolga & Walkamin

WWII History  | Rocky Creek Memorial Park | Art Galleries

Highlights

  • Tolga Museum
  • Rocky Creek War Memorial Park

Tolga

A thriving community today, Tolga began life as a simple staging post. At the outbreak of World War II, the region became a training centre and staging base for allied forces. Discover the past at the Tolga Museum which houses memorabilia of WWII and the local timber and agriculture industries.

Rocky Creek Memorial Park

Just north of Tolga is Rocky Creek Memorial Park. During 1943 to 1945 the entire Atherton Tablelands became the largest military base in Australia hosting between 100,000 and 300,000 troops from 140 different units. Rocky Creek Memorial Park was established over a decade ago at what was originally the site of the largest field hospital in the southern hemisphere and honours servicemen and women.

Walkamin

Walkamin is a vibrant rural community located between Atherton and Mareeba and just north of Tolga and home to the award winning Mt Uncle Distillery.

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Tolga Woodworks

Mt Uncle Distillery

Rocky Creek Memorial Park


Free Visitor Guide

Published annually by Tropical Tablelands Tourism, Atherton Tablelands Discover Visitors Guide 2017/18 - view online or download.

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Discover App

Discover magazine is the region's premier visitor guide offering the latest travel information on places to go and things to do.

Self-Drive Itineraries

A series of self-drive itineraries available on the Discover App or under 'What to Do' to plan your visit to the Atherton Tablelands.

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