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About our Atherton Tableland Tours

In German language only

Our tour is in German language only. Previous experiences with dual language tours German / English have proven not to be advantageous for the passengers. However, by special request we are also available to conduct these tours in English language.

Competent Tour Guiding

We know the Atherton Tableland inside-out and have years of experience with tours in that region. Having thoroughly studied the local settlement history, country, fauna and flora, we are able to provide our passengers with an insight into aspects which make the Atherton Tableland so unique (cf. > customer testimonals).

Small Groups

The maximum group size of 12 persons warrants that all passengers equally see, understand and experience everything.

Photography

On our tours you need not take photos through the window of the bus. As we are enthusiastic photographers ourselves, we will stop at the most photogenic places and get out of the vehicle to take photos.

Atherton Tableland and nothing else

The Atherton Tableland has to offer so many interesting aspects and attractions, that in one day one can cover only part of it. Our day tour is designed as a purely Atherton Tableland Tour, on which we show you the main attractions.

Most other Atherton Tableland tours go either to Kuranda, which is situated in the very north-east of the Atherton Tableland, or they combine few Tableland highlights with more on the coast. Paronella Park, Wooroonooran National Park, Palmerston Rainforest, Babinda Boulders and Josephine Falls are located on the coast and are geographically separate from the Atherton Tableland.

It is raining – what now?

The triangle Millaa Millaa – Babinda and Tully is well known as the area with the highest rainfall rates within Australia. The chance to hit a wet day, when travelling through this area, is relatively high. The village of Millaa Millaa – translated from Aboriginal: many waters – claims to be in rain or fog for 200 days a year.

In contrast, the eastern and northern part of the Atherton Tableland is very dry. The small town of Mareeba, only 60 km distance from Millaa Millaa, claims to have 300 days of sunshine a year.

As our tour goes through the "wet" as well as through the “dry” part of the Atherton Tableland we always have the opportunity on a rainy day to spend more time in the dry parts or to vary the program accordingly with the consent of the passengers.

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