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Atherton Tablelands Visitors Guide

Start planning and discover your perfect Atherton Tablelands experience.
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Atherton Tablelands Touring Map

Get the most out of your stay on the Atherton Tablelands and prepare to fall in love with this diverse and stunning region.
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Atherton Tablelands Themed Trails

These themed trails are just a starting point for the great range of experiences that can be found on the Atherton Tablelands.
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The people and personalities of the Atherton Tablelands feature in a series of new videos encouraging visitors to experience the region’s heritage charm, outstanding natural beauty, and foodie and cultural attractions.
Food
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In the heart of the Atherton Tablelands, Geraldine McGuire has put her passion for regenerative agriculture to work crafting a range of incredible products using truly Australian flavours.
Cultural Heritage
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Just one hour with Willie Brim promises to be an unforgettable and life changing experience. Willie is a Traditional Owner, Cultural Custodian, Bush Doctor and Songman of the Buluwai people of Kuranda on the Atherton Tablelands.
Wildlife
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Alan Gillanders, of Alan’s Wildlife Tours, has brought together his life-long interest in natural history with his love and passion for guiding. His more than three decades of birding and spotlighting experience offers an unforgettable wildlife experience for those visiting the Atherton Tablelands.
Great Outdoors
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Meet Michael Warren, who has a passion for hiking and the outdoors. He enjoys nothing more than spending his spare time trekking to some of the most remote waterfalls and hiking tracks on the Atherton Tablelands. He is generous with his time and knowledge and loves sharing his enthusiasm for the local environment with hikers of all levels.
History
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Darryl Cooper is the curator at the Historic Village Herberton, responsible for preserving over 300,000 items, which sit in the Museum’s collection. He also has a love of history and is a passionate local and history enthusiast. Darryl is often seen with his camera, and loves sharing some of his favourite photographs, from days gone by.

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