About Lake Eacham Tourist Park

Just a walk from the pristine waters of Lake Eacham, enjoy the natural beauty of 10 shady acres offered by this friendly country park. Ideal for Vans, Campers, caravans, and budget accommodation tourists. Set in the heart of the Atherton Tablelands, just a one hour drive from Cairns in Tropical Far North Queensland, you are central to the attractions of the area - World Heritage Rainforest, Crater Lakes and Waterfalls, excellent Bird Watching and animal experiences..

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<strong>From Cairns up the Gillies Highway (1hour - 1.5 hours)</strong><br />Start your gradual climb up to the Tablelands from Gordonvale, south of Cairns. The temperature drops, and the air becomes fresher - a welcome break from the coastal heat. The range trip offers some spectacular views, especially from Heales Lookout. When you reach the top of the range, the rolling green hills of the Atherton Tablelands stretch out before you. Approx 10 minutes from the top of the range is the turnoff to Lake Eacham. Follow the signs to Lake Eacham. You will pass the Lake on your right hand side, continue to follow this road and about 1 km past the lake you will find us.<p><strong>From Cairns up the Kuranda Range (Kennedy Highway) (2 - 2.5 hours)</strong><br />Just north of Cairns, the Kuranda Range Road climbs through the majestic World Heritage listed rainforest arriving at the cultural village of Kuranda. Drive on to Mareeba, through the drier Eucalypt forests, then through to Atherton, and the historical village of Yungaburra. Just 5 minutes past Yungaburra is the Lake Eacham turnoff. Follow the signs to Lake Eacham. You will pass the Lake on your right hand side, continue to follow this road and about 1 km past the lake you will find us.</p><p><strong>From Innisfail up the Palmerston Highway (1 - 1.5 hours)</strong><br />Travel through the picturesque World Heritage listed rainforest, passing many spectacular lookouts on your journey to the waterfall country of Millaa Millaa and Malanda. From Malanda follow the signs to Lake Eacham. Coming from this way, we are situated just before the lake.</p><p><br /><strong>From Port Douglas up the Rex Range Road (2 hours)</strong><br />Just south of Mossman, and 12 km north of Port Douglas is the Rex Range which takes you through the Mossman sugar cane hinterland before climbing the Rex Range to Julatten and Mt Molloy. Then onto Mareeba, Atherton and through Yungaburra. Just 5 minutes past Yungaburra is the Lake Eacham turnoff. You will pass the Lake on your right hand side, continue to follow this road, and about 1 km past the lake you will find us.</p>