Yungaburra is a picturesque village, largely unchanged since 1910. With 18 heritage-listed buildings, it is the biggest National Trust village in Queensland.replacenewlinereplacenewlineYungaburra takes its name from the Yidinyji language, meaning a place of enquiring or questioning. The European settlement of Yungaburra spans from the early 1880s, but the history goes back much further.replacenewlinereplacenewlineVisit charming cafes, award winning restaurants and arts and crafts galleries to complete the picture.replacenewlinereplacenewlineYungaburra’s high profile landmark, the amazing Curtain Fig Tree, is only minutes from the village and is accessed by a short boardwalk from the sealed road.

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Around Yungaburra QLD 4884

Our Picks on what to Do in Yungaburra QLD

Yungaburra Platypus Viewing Platform

Tinaroo Falls Dam

Avenue Of Honour

Maude Kehoe Park

Peterson Creek – Wildlife and Botanical Walking Track

Yungaburra National Park

Our Picks on where to Stay in Yungaburra QLD

The Blue House Yungaburra

Kookaburra Lodge Motel

Blue Summit Hideaway

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Our Picks on what to Eat in Yungaburra QLD

Nick's Restaurant

Our Place Restaurant Yungaburra

Yungaburra Pub

Shopping in Yungaburra QLD

Community Services  

Yungaburra Information Centre QLD
2 Kehoe Place,

Tablelands Regional Council
45 Mabel Street,

Yungaburra Police Station QLD
Cedar Street,

Tablelands Regional Council - Yungaburra Library QLD
Kehoe Place,

Location Information 

  • Elevation: 750
  • Population: 1106
  • State electorate(s): Hill
  • Federal Division(s): Kennedy
  • Established (yr): 1886
  • Population information is based on 2016 Census data.

Travel To  

Atherton QLD 4883 (12.8 km, 13 mins)
Gordonvale QLD 4865 (47.1 km, 51 mins)
Acknowledgement of Country

Yungaburra QLD is located on the following Aboriginal Nation/s. acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.