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  Taste of the Tablelands

Rate Option Adults Children Infants Families Extras
Taste of the Tablelands $285.00 $197.00 N/A N/A N/A

Prices valid until 31.03.2024

Child age(4-12yrs)

Prices are shown in Australian dollars and include GST. Prices subject to change without notice.

Top Tour Features 

  • Tour Kuranda Village & Barron falls
  • Morning Tea at Skybury Plantation
  • Interpretive tour of the coffee and papaya plantation
  • Granite gorge - Hand feed Rock Wallabies
  • Mt Uncle Distillery - Spirit & liquor tasting
  • Gallos Dairyland & Light lunch
  • Cheese & Chocolate tasting
  • Curtain Fig Tree & Bromfield Crater
  • Malanda Falls & Lake Barrine
  • Lake Eachem - Afternoon refreshments - Swim or nature walk.
  • Return Transfers


Tour showcasing some of Atherton Tablelands' finest produce and farms.  Taste a range of chocolates, cheeses, coffee, fruit, premium spirits and liqueurs. Enjoy this scenic plateau of landscapes, mountain ranges, waterfalls and unique volcanic crater lakes. A fun-packed day with tastings, photography opportunities, bird watching, wildlife interactions and swimming in waterfalls and crater lakes.

We begin with Kuranda Village and Barron Falls Gorge. Leaving the Rainforest for the Savannah, we arrive at Skybury Plantation and our first tasting of Coffee, papaya and fresh scones.  

Next stop is Granite Gorge to hand feed  rare Unadorned Rock Wallabies. Interact with native wildlife, explore the unique granite boulder formations.

Stop at Mt. Uncle Distillery and learn about local ingredients in distilling botanical gins, rum, vodkas and liqueurs. 

Arrive at Gallos Dairyland, a fully operational dairy farm, a gourmet cheese factory, restaurant, and hand-crafted chocolates. Enjoy a light lunch, a range of Gallo's cheeses, and fine chocolates for tasting.

We stop at the ancient Curtain Fig Tree and the extinct volcanic Bromfield Crater, these areas offering fantastic photography and bird-watching opportunities. We then visit the pioneer dairy town of Malanda and Malanda Falls Conservation onto Millaa Millaa Falls. The views don't get much better of mountain ranges including Queensland's' Highest Mountain, Bartle Frere. 

The magnificent Crater Lakes National Park is our last destination for the day with an array birdlife.  Enjoy afternoon refreshments, a swim or a nature walk, and pursue your photographic interests, a perfect ending to the taste of the Tablelands.  

Departing we drive down the Gillies range back toward Gordonvale, passing Walshs Pyramid and arriving back in Cairns at approximately 6 pm.


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