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Atherton Tablelands holidays

The Atherton Tablelands make up a vast area of Tropical North Queensland, larger in size than the island state of Tasmania. Just an hour’s drive from Cairns, the tropical Tablelands are set in a rolling plateaux at an average height of 700 metres above sea level and offer visitors a mix of rainforest, waterfalls and mountains as well as wildlife endemic to the region such as the tree kangaroo.

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