About ATHERTON HOLIDAY PARK

The North's Premier Holiday Park truly stands the test of time when you need to experience the true heart and soul of The Atherton Tablelands Atherton Holiday Park looks out over charming rural farmland with clear views to the Seven Sisters, a cluster of ancient volcanic cinder cones, and to Queensland 's highest mountain, Mt Bartle Frere. We are the closest caravan, camping and holiday park accommodation to both historic Heritage-listed Yungaburra and Atherton, which means we're only a few minutes away from excellent restaurants, shopping and some of the Atherton Tableland's most famous landmarks. The Atherton Holiday Park experience, from the outset, is truly the North's most rewarding and satisfying; it is conveniently located, central to all the Tableland activities and is a perfect location to commence your holiday in this amazing region.

Testimonials

Unrivaled Views - Wonderful Hosts!. The park is very well priced and good value for money compared with other places we have stayed. We would happily recommend this park to others.

Vince and Connie
Blanco Ingham

The view of the ranges is undisturbed and the park is tropical and quiet. There's a courtesy bus to local club for a good night out. Everything you need when on your nomadic trail. We come back whenever we're in the tablelands.

Aldred Family

THINGS TO SEE AND DO

WINE TOUR

The Golden Pride Mango Winery, a picturesque 30 minute drive north from Malanda, is the site of Australia's largest mango plantation. Take a guided tour around the property, inspect the wine making process then kick back for a spot of sampling, find a bottle of something golden and delicious, buy it on the spot at better than wholesale prices.

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WATER SKIING

Lake Tinaroo is the premier water-skiing destination in Tropical North Queensland. Many boat owners don't like running their expensive machines in salt water, so Lake Tinaroo is their only remaining option. The water-skiers usually restrict their activities to the far end of the lake, such as Fong On Bay, leaving the large section of lake near Tinaroo Township for swimmers, sailors and canoeists.

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