Travel Tips

Your Shout: Your Guide to Atherton Tablelands’ Wineries

Meet your new favourite Uncle Mount Uncle Distillery at Walkamin has an excellent reputation for world class spirits and liqueurs and is run by the same people who founded it 18 years ago. Gins, rums, whiskies and liqueurs – many made with locally grown fruit – are produced on site at this craft distillery. Drop by for a drop of …

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Experience the Atherton Tablelands Craft Distilleries and Wineries

Mt Uncle Surrounded by cane fields, it’s not surprising Mt Uncle Distillery produces award winning rum but it also makes gin, whiskey and vodka. There’s also a cheeky little marshmallow liqueur called SexyCat in its repertoire. Formed in 2001 at Walkamin by head distiller and director Mark Watkins, Mt Uncle champions local and nationally sourced ingredients. It has its own …

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5 Cute and Quirky Eats on the Atherton Tablelands

Petals and Pinecones The life mission of Petals and Pinecones is to have you leave just that little bit happier. And this one-of-a-kind café can’t miss. It’s a glorious blend of the healthy – think smoothie bowls –  to the most pumped up, blinged out milkshakes you’ll ever see. The Atherton café has generously sized dishes that look like a …

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Yungaburra Christmas Markets

Still looking for Christmas gifts? Have a stroll through the Yungaburra Christmas Market and you might be able to tick off that box! The Yungaburra Market is the biggest and oldest market on the Atherton Tablelands. Local producers gather on the commons in the middle of the historic village of Yungaburra to sell fresh produce, flowers, home made crafts, local …

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The Atherton Tablelands On A Plate

Fresh local produce, unique food experiences and some of the region’s favourite chefs will be celebrated as the Atherton Tablelands’ most exciting culinary event returns in October 2017. With a new expanded format, Tastes of the Tablelands will be held on Saturday evening, October 14 and all day Sunday, October 15 at the Hou Wang Temple, Atherton. The Rotary Club …

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