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Hallorans Hill Conservation Park
Map of Hallorans Hill Conservation Park
Dalziel Avenue
Atherton
Queensland 4883 Australia

Hallorans Hill Conservation Park
Atherton, Tablelands Area

Free Entry

13 7468
qpws@nprsr.qld.gov.au
www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/hallorans-hill/index.html

Description

This park, in the middle of the township of Atherton, protects eucalypt forest and a remnant of the endangered mabi forest on an extinct volcanic cone. The cone is part of the legacy of the Atherton Tableland's fiery geological past.

Enjoy the 1.4 kilometres walk to the top of Hallorans Hill or drive through the residential area of Atherton to the car park at the top of the hill. Enjoy the expansive views from the summit that showcase the tableland's mosaic of different land uses and geological formations. A council park adjoins the conservation park and provides barbecues, toilets, tables, play equipment, walking track and interpretive signs.

Property Details

Facilities

  • Access With Assistance for the Disabled
    Assisted Access
  • Picnic Area
    Picnic Area
  • Public toilet
    Public toilet
  • Viewing Platform
    Viewing Platform

Activities

  • Birdwatching
    Birdwatching
  • Walking
    Walking

Other Information

Children:
Children are welcome.

Disabled:
There is access for guests with a disability. The local government facilities are wheelchair-accessible.

How To Get There

Atherton township is 84 kilometres from Cairns via the Gillies Highway or 100 kilometres via the Kuranda Range. To walk to the summit of Hallorans Hill, follow the track which starts at the council park on Louise Street. To drive, follow the signs from Robert Street or Dalziel Avenue to the car park at the top of the hill.


Free Entry


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