Atherton Hallorans Leisure Park

Atherton, Tablelands Area

Indicative Rate * AU$76.00 to AU$139.00 Room Only

Atherton Halloran's Leisure Park is a quiet, peaceful and relaxing park set on 6.5 acres accommodating in villas, units, powered sites and camping on the base of Hallorans Hill, an extinct volcano on the edge of Atherton close to major attractions.

Staff are friendly with a comprehensive knowledge of the area and they are happy to assist with your holiday. Saltwater pool, internet access, kiosk, tour bookings, barbecues and seniors card discounts are available.

Internet Points

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi


  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Cots Available
  • Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale
  • Gardens in property
  • Gas
  • Ice
  • Iron
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Movie Hire
  • Nightcall button
  • Non Smoking Floor
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets not allowed
  • Playground
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk


  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Swimming

Other Information


Villa is available with facilities for guests with a disability.


Children are welcome. Children under four years of age stay free.
Robert Street
Corner Twelfth Street
Atherton, Tablelands Area

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Tablelands Tours and Transfers

Multiple Locations
From AU$99.00 - 5000.00
Tablelands Tours are your experts Down Under in Australian tourism especially in Tropical North Queensland. They specialise in tailored tour packages that are couple and group and family friendly. Their expert knowledge of the Cairns Highlands, and diversity of the Tropical Atherton Tablelands region, has given them a trustworthy name in the Australian and Queensland Tourism industry. They offer five star customised tropical rainforest tours, waterfall tours, Australian outback tours, Australian heritage tours and even Great Barrier Reef tours. They can easily package customised private tours that combine what you want to do at your pace and budget. Each team member has an enthusiasm, passion and pride about their job, and this is evident when it comes to showing off this back yard paradise. If you want to see extinct volcanic crater lakes, giant species of trees, rare and endangered wildlife combined with fun and adventure then their tours will not disappoint. Likewise their guides have a skill at combining a historical knowledge of Australian indigenous culture, pioneering and wartime history, in a way that never bores guests with an overload of facts or scripted opinions, and the best thing about them is that their tours are never rushed, "ever".

Food Trail Tours

Multiple Locations
From AU$185.00 - 185.00
Explore the World Heritage Wet Tropics, while discovering what regional food and wine producers have to offer in Tropical North Queensland. Visit Highland Rainforest at Lake Barrine and Curtain Fig, as well as extremely dry landscapes at the edge of the Outback, near Mareeba. Travel off the beaten track, onto small family farms, to hear the stories behind the foods. Excite your taste buds, while savouring the flavours, of the region's tropical fruit wines, cheeses, chocolate, coffee, and macadamias. Be entertained, by an informative driver/guide, who explains about the Atherton Tableland's history, points of interest and foods it produces. The tour includes lunch, farm tours, tastings, fees morning and afternoon tea, plus, accommodation transfers from Cairns and the Northern Beaches.

Atherton Chinatown

Atherton, Tablelands Area
Atherton Chinatown is the Award-winning site of the unique Hou Wang Temple and interpretive museum. Located just over a scenic hours drive south west of Cairns, the National Trust of Queensland property ensures visitors of a fascinating insight into part of North Queensland's history and heritage. The site was chosen by the Chinese settlers during the 1800s. The temple is the only one of its type remaining and the only temple dedicated to Hou Wang outside of China still existing. It has an ornate interior with original wood carvings that can be seen during the guided tour of the property. Allow time to browse through the interpretive museum with its interactive displays and 'world-first' artefact scanner. The giftshop has a good array of Feng-Shui symbols and souvenirs.

Herberton War Memorial

Herberton, Tablelands Area
Free Entry
Herberton's war memorial, a popular 'Digger' soldier statue-stands out, and not just because of its soldier's posture: erect, head high. This monument specifically acknowledges an Aboriginal serviceman among its honoured. The painted stone memorial, unveiled in the early 1920s, is a tribute to 199 local men who enlisted in WWI. Australians were proud of their army of volunteers: many monuments accordingly record all names, providing a rich insight into the community's support of the war. The plinth on which the khaki uniformed soldier stands also identifies 28 war dead: 21 killed and seven died on service, including a man designated as Aboriginal. Monumental masons AL Petrie and Sons of Brisbane created this memorial, part of their own virtual army of soldier statues embodying the ANZAC traits of loyalty, courage, youth, innocence and masculinity. A path leads to the memorial, now set in established gardens. A captured gun or 'war trophy' is located at the front of the monument.

Atherton War Memorial

Atherton, Tablelands Area
Free Entry
A jubilant soldier, clenched right fist in the air, seemingly cheering in triumph, creates an unusual sight at Atherton's War Memorial. Tinaroo Shire chairman Mr Grau unveiled the memorial on 1 May 1924 following combined fundraising by local women and Atherton RSL. Leftover funds were used to expand Atherton's hospital. The soldier statue, believed to have been designed and executed by the region's then leading monumental firm Melrose and Fenwick, bears other unique features: a gas mask and a tin hat, instead of a slouch hat; rocks support the digger's leg instead of a tree stump. Originally the digger carried a rifle with a fixed bayonet in his left hand, which was blown off in a severe storm in 1934. The names of the 67 men from the district who died in WWI are listed on a plate at the front of the monument; another 35 names, representing locals who died in WWII, appear on the rear. This monument was moved from the town's main intersection and sits within a park, opposite Atherton's RSL building.

Hasties Swamp National Park

Atherton, Tablelands Area
Free Entry
A birdwatcher's delight, this park is a large seasonal wetland renowned for its diverse range of resident and migratory birds. At least 220 bird species have been recorded, mainly in the wetland and open woodland. The park's wetland environment varies with the season. Open water, reeds, muddy edges and sedge land vary with the cycle of wet and dry seasons. Open eucalypt forest surrounding the swamp contrasts with the lush rainforests found elsewhere on the Atherton Tableland. Enjoy watching the birds from a two-storey bird hide which has wheelchair access and is large enough to cater for a school group. Observe the birds from the comfort of the hide, using the signs as a guide to species identification. Best birdwatching time is during the dry season (April to October) when the swamp dries out and the area becomes an important refuge for waterbirds.

Hallorans Hill Conservation Park

Atherton, Tablelands Area
Free Entry
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.

Wongabel State Forest

Atherton, Tablelands Area
Free Entry
This state forest protects a remnant of an endangered type of forest, known as mabi forest. Here, in 1903, red cedar seedlings were planted in the forest to replace mature trees which had been logged. Commercial plantations of hoop, kauri and Caribbean pine now grow beside native forest. Two walking tracks, catering for the visually impaired, wind through this area. Enjoy a 750 metre return walk through the forest or take the longer 2.5 kilometre route. Both tracks have been designed with consideration for walkers who are vision impaired. Braille booklets and audio headsets are available from the visitor centre in Atherton. Both tracks are also wheelchair accessible, but assistance may be required for the longer walk. Signs tell of the history of the area, as well as forestry practices and local ecology. Look for Lumholtz's tree-kangaroos and possums while spotlighting at night.

The Crystal Caves

Atherton, Tablelands Area
Put all expectations aside, this is not your average museum! René Boissevain found his life's passion when he found his first Agate right here in North Queensland in 1963. Since then, he has been travelling all over the world in search of the most spectacular crystals, minerals and fossils. To display his collection René built a fantasy cave in the Main Street of Atherton which extends to 250 square metres of tunnels and grottos. The hero of the show is the largest Amethyst geode in the world, standing at a staggering three and a half metres tall; this is one of more than 600 individual pieces on display in The Crystal Caves. The dedication and imagination of one man to build a fantasy cave to house his massive collection is only surpassed by the quality and size of the crystals and fossils. This virtual cave gives the feeling of discovering the crystals yourself. Carefully positioned and delicately lit, you are free to discover in your own time and, unlike most conventional museums, encouraged to touch and photograph. Science meets Mother Nature in this fun and educational journey into the mysterious world of crystals..

Historic Village Herberton

Herberton, Tablelands Area
A visit to the Historic Village Herberton is like stepping back in time. Showcasing Australia's rich and diverse history this outdoor pioneer museum is testament to an era that is long gone. Open year round to visitors, the Village collects, preserves and displays fascinating historical exhibits from across Australia. The history of this museum is also closely tied with the township of Herberton and features many priceless antiques as well as buildings that have come from the town's ancestors. The Village currently has over 50 original buildings that date from Herberton's foundation years. Walking through the Village, visitors are given a sense of being in a real township complete with chemist, bottle collection, school, bank, grocer's store, frock salon, toy shop, mechanic, jail and more. You can spend an entire day absorbing it all so plan on relaxing and taking your time. In addition, the museum also offers a great gift shop at the Bakerville Tearooms for all your souvenir needs including toys and arts and crafts. The Tearooms also serves delicious homemade pies, scones, sandwiches and more.
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