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Yungaburra Hotel

Welcome to the Yungaburra Hotel.


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The Yungaburra Hotel is the pride of the Atherton Tablelands, attracting visitors with its Federation architecture and displays of historic photographs of the area’s early saw milling days.  The hotel was built in 1910 with the coming of the railway, and immediately became the hub of the region.  Visitors marvel at the timber façade and interior.  Cedar and oak are everywhere around the hotel.  The local timbers make an attractive and durable structure.  No cyclone could ever harm the Yungaburra Hotel.

The art deco extension to the hotel, built in the early twenties, is just as beautiful as the earlier section. 

The hotel boasts 30 rooms, two bars, one of the Tablelands busiest restaurants, private function rooms, and an enchanting garden.

The hotel is especially popular with families and couples who come up from the coast for a night or more to cool down and relax.  At 720m above sea level, the climate is mild and refreshing.

And there is so much to do, right on our doorstep.

Beer Garden
Lake Tinaroo is ideal for skiing and fishing.


The nearby crater lakes guarantee deliciously cool waters for the most invigorating swims you will ever have
Waterfalls, national parks and scenic views are everywhere.


Yungaburra itself is a heritage town, with many historic buildings immaculately preserved (and still in use – the town is not a museum).


Niche stores are everywhere – from art galleries and bookshops to unique crafts and foods.

The hotel has always been a popular venue for weddings, book launchings, birthdays, dinners, exhibitions, festivals and other celebrations.

 

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