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Cathedral Fig Tree
Yungaburra, Tablelands Area

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07 4031 7676
info@tnq.org.au

Description

The Cathedral Fig Tree, like the Curtain Fig Tree, is a gigantic 500 year old strangler tree. Located in the Danbulla State Forest, the Cathedral Fig has the reputation of being the best place to hear an early morning bird 'singing' in the Atherton Tablelands. Circumnavigate the base of the tree and giant buttress roots on the easily accessible boardwalk.

Property Details

Facilities

  • Access Without Assistance for the Disabled
    Non-assisted Access

Other Information

Children:
Children are welcome.

Disabled:
Access is available for guests with a disability.

How To Get There:
Only about five kilometres off the Gillies Highway, follow the dirt road for another kilometre until you come to the Cathedral Fig car park.


Free Entry


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Cathedral Fig Tree - Print Brochure
Map of Cathedral Fig Tree
Danbulla State Forest Drive
Yungaburra
Queensland 4884 Australia

Contact Details

07 4031 7676

 

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