Discover the Atherton Tablelands - Nature's Playground

Margit can offer many suggested itineraries to suit your requirements. The Atherton Tablelands is one of Queensland's most scenic areas with natural & manmade attractions  to suit all interests and abilities. 

 

There are stunning crater lakes to walk around or swim in, amazing lookouts, towering fig trees, incredible waterfalls  and for the fit and adventurous many walking tracks.

 

For the wildlife buff there are many 'must see' natural attractions including platypus viewing at Yungaburra, the Hasties Swamp Bird Hide, Bromfield Swamp for the crane roosting spectacular (seasonally winter and spring months) and the amazing Mt Hypipamee National Park for nocturnal spotlighting and cassowary viewing.

 

There are markets, museums and charming villages and for the gourmet traveller there are coffee & chocolate factories, tropical fruit farms, tropical wineries, distilleries and cheese dairies  all open to the public, all incredibly tempting.

Download HERE Your Guide to the National Parks and Forests of the Atherton Tablelands

 

 

With over 100 mammal and bird species around the lodge, there’s plenty to see and do without even leaving the 160 acres of lush rainforest. You can experience:

 

  • Spotlighting for nocturnal wildlife

  • Reading in the extensive nature library

  • Walking trails and wildlife spotting

  • Getting hands on with the daily routine of a wildlife carer

 

Lumholtz Lodge is in the heartland of the Atherton Tableland attractions, most of which can be easily accessed from the Lodge.