Atherton Tablelands Birdwatchers’ Cabin

The modern self-contained cabin with en-suite and its own private veranda is the only guest accommodation on our property and offers privacy, tranquillity and undisturbed viewing of wildlife for birdwatchers and nature lovers. Our forest property, adjoining Mt.Hypipamee and Herberton Range Nat. Parks, is in the ecotone between rainforest and tall Eucalypt forest, and supports an abundance of wildlife: more than 100 species of birds (at least 11 of 13 endemics), many mammals (at least 10 species of possums), and much more. Free WiFi.

Herberton Heritage Cottage

Located in the picuresque town of Herberton this B&B is perfectly located to visit the many attractions on the Tablelands. Built in 1913 as the local Post Office the stand alone cottage has three bedrooms all with ensuite. The kitchen and laundry are shared areas and wifi is included. While single night stays are available book for three nights or more and stay for just $50 per person per night. Group bookings welcome. Phone: 4096 2698

    Wild River Caravan Park

    We are a small family run park situated on the outskirts of Herberton. We cater for touring caravans & camper. We have an abundance of bird life & are a quiet park. Herberton can be used as a base to explore all of the Tablelands. We are in walking distance to Herberton Historic Village. We do allow dogs up to 10kg at our discretion. Phone: 40962121

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