TAG is located in the tourism village of Yungaburra on the Atherton Tablelands of Tropical North Qld. The location has a number of unique advantages including: Yungaburra is just over an hour inland of Cairns which is the gateway capital of Tropical North Queensland. The quaint Heritage village is the recognised tourism capital of the Atherton Tablelands and offers a diverse range of accommodation, from budget backpacker standard to award winning five star retreats.

A number of the accommodation facilities are centered on unique natural features such as extinct volcanoes or lie within ancient rainforest. Furthermore, the village boasts regionally recognised restaurants, a supermarket, a medical centre and associated alternative medicine practitioners, as well as a day spa.

Yungaburra is strategically situated within two kilometres of Lake Tinaroo which is the centre of Tableland Adventure Guides’ kayaking activities and it is within five kilometres of the volcanic crater lakes Eacham and Barrine which have attracted tourists for in excess of 100 years. Importantly, the village is within close proximity of all of the National Parks and State Forests in which TAG runs it’s adventures.

The locality has experienced exceptional residential and tourism growth on account of the unique lifestyle coupled with the mild tropical climate and the location in the centre of the Wet Tropics Bioregion. For detailed information on Yungaburra Village, as well as the accommodation, restaurants and facilities offered in the village and surrounds please visit the village’s official website at www.yungaburra.com

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Curtain Fig TreeBoyd's Forest DragonAvenue of Honour, TinaburraYungaburra PubSunbird - maleVintage Yungaburra architectureLake Barrine