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Yungaburra - Cities, Towns and Localities
Just one hour from Cairns, located in the heart of the Atherton Tableland is the picturesque heritage village of Yungaburra. With its relaxed and slow-pace atmosphere much has remained the same since 1910, with many original buildings still in use. The wide verandahs and historical shop fronts lining the streets, Yungaburra is the largest National Trust village in Queensland.

A popular place with tourist, Yungaburra is centrally located to the nearby Lake Eacham and National Park, Lake Tinaroo, Atherton, and the Curtain Fig Tree. Other local attractions include the many historic building, restaurants and cafes, art and craft galleries and the historic pub. The Lake Eacham Hotel known locally as the Yungaburra Pub, takes it name from the neighbouring lake and national park.

Check out our listing of Yungaburra accommodation and Atherton and Atherton Tableland accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.
Information Centre Yungaburra Visitor Information Centre
Cedar Street
Ph: 07 4095 2416

Atherton Tableland Information Centre

Yungaburra Attractions

The Curtain Fig Tree
• Curtain Fig Rd, YUNGABURRA
• Located just outside of the township of Yungaburra is one of the largest trees in North Queensland. At over 800 years and standing some 50 metres high with a spread of 39 metres wide, this amazing and unusual attraction is a fine example of the natural world. The tree is part of the genus Ficus ‘Strangler Fig’, a species known as Ficus virens, more commonly called a ‘Curtain Fig’.

The curtain effect resulted from the first tree being strangled by the developing Curtain Fig tree. The first tree then fell into a neighbouring tree (which is a stage unique to the development of the Curtain Fig tree). Vertical roots then grow down from the Curtain Fig tree to form the curtain-like appearance. The host trees die and rots away, leaving the Curtain Fig tree free-standing.

To protect the site and provide views from all angles, there is an elevated boardwalk surrounds the Curtain Fig Tree. A story board at the site details the ‘Creation of the Curtain Fig’ with a welcome from the Traditional Owners of this country, the Ngadjon-Jii.
Yungaburra Pub • Lake Eacham Hotel
• 6-8 Kehoe Place, YUNGABURRA QLD 4884 • Ph: 07 4095 3515 • Email
• Welcome to the historic Lake Eacham Hotel, affectionately known as the ‘Yungaburra Pub’. Built early last century this historic landmark is situated in the centre of Yungaburra village. The hotel has memorabilia representing one of the best collections of early Tropical North Queensland life on public display.

World renowned for its olde world charm, the pub also has a coffee shop off its front verandah, and an award winning garden, where you can enjoy an ice cold beer, a Lavazza coffee and some delicious home-made biscuits and slices.

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Yungaburra Events

• Queensland Events
Yungaburra Folk Festival
• October
• This annual event is a celebration of music, cultural understanding and friendship, jammed pack with concerts and workshops for people with music in their heart.
Yungaburra Markets
• Ph: 07 4095 2111 • Email
• 4th Saturday of the month from January to November. The December market scheduled prior to Christmas Eve - 7:30 am to 12:30 pm
• Organised by the Yungaburra State Primary School P&C since 1977, it is the Tablelands oldest and biggest market, boasting some 320 regular stallholders. On display are arts and crafts, books, clothing, knick knacks, fruit and vegetables, organic foods and plants, pottery, music and more. The markets are held in the main park opposite the Lake Eacham Hotel.

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