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Yungaburra is a place like no other – born out of the fires of volcanoes, shaped by thousands of years, settled in a rainforest pocket by Petersen Creek & now grown to include Tinaburra on the shores of Lake Tinaroo.   Enjoy village pleasures – a vibrant mix of alfresco café culture, boutique shopping & the famous Yungaburra Markets.  You’ll love exploring the natural attractions & drive, hike or bike through stunning rainforests & pastoral countryside – view abundant bird & wildlife.  Swim in glorious crater lakes and waterfalls, go boating, waterski & fishing in Tinaroo Dam.

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The village of Yungaburra is surrounded by countryside which has been influenced and shaped by many, now extinct, volcanoes. The landscape is stunning, with outstandingly beautiful natural attractions: crater lakes, waterfalls and World Heritage rain forest. This tranquil and picturesque village is situated 720 metres (2400 feet) above sea level. This ideal holiday destination is cooler than the coastal area during summer, and in winter the mild days and refreshing nights are an excuse to enjoy a crackling log fire.

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Yungaburra is the largest National Trust Village in Queensland with 18 heritage listed buildings and has many exquisite restaurants and cafes and accommodation choices.  It is also renowned for its art and craft galleries and the world famous Yungaburra monthly markets featuring local produce and crafts and hosts the annual Tableland Folk Festival and the Yungaburra Triathlon.

Visit the Avenue of Honour, a tribute to Australian soldiers of the Afghanistan campaign, or follow the botanical walk along Peterson Creek to spot Platypus. Yungaburra is also close to the Tinaroo Dam, where you can boat, sail, paddle and fish to your hearts content.

Located in the middle of the village, the Visitor Centre stocks regional guides and maps as well as locally made arts and crafts and is an accredited Visitor Information Centre. This accreditation assures visitors of high-quality information and professional standards.

Address: Maude Kehoe Place, Yungaburra QLD 4884    Phone: 074089 2254    Email: yungaburravic@gmail.com

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