Supercharge your Yungaburra holiday experience by calling in to the Visitor Information Centre, located directly across the street from the Lake Eacham Hotel at the Maude Kehoe Park. The friendly volunteers will be glad to help you with your holiday needs.
On the fourth Saturday of each month, some 250 local growers, producers and artisans gather to display and sell their produce and handiwork on the ‘Bruce Jones Market Grounds’ in the middle of the historic village of Yungaburra on the Atherton Tablelands, Far North Queensland, Australia.
Feel the music" at the Tablelands Folk Festival held in Yungaburra. Running over 4 days and showcasing emerging to established artists across 5 stages and over 65 concerts, plus 15 workshops, market stalls, jam sessions and a parade.
Tableland fish Stocking Society has spent years stocking the lake with mainly Barramundi and Sooty Grunter and hopefully Mangrove Jack (permit pending). TFSS plays an important role in our community as Fishing forms an integral part of our regions tourism promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Taste of the Tablelands Festival is an annual homage to all that is good in this part of Tropical North Queensland, especially the produce that comes from its rich, red fertile soil. In the past the event has put politicians behind bars (serving drinks), racked up visitor numbers in the thousands and raised thousands more for Rotary Club projects in the region. Definitely a win-win-win.