Tolga is within approx 8 klms from its biggest neighbour, Atherton, travelling through the rainforest canopied Kennedy Highway, Tolga presents a quaint little town with good examples of early Queensland architecture. These include the Tolga Butcher, and newsagency building.
A centre strip in the main street features a towering fig tree and heritage and timber display
consisting of seven carved poles, much like totem poles. These showcase in creative
carving, aspects of the Tableland's rich heritage including Aboriginal culture, animals plants
and threats to the rainforest habitat.
With its range of accommodation from caravan parks, motels to 5 star retreat, and displays
of art work by local people it is an interesting little township.
Close by is Rocky Creek Memorial Park, which is dedicated to the thousands of soldiers who
were stationed in this area during WW2. With its many plaques on display, it is a popular
stop-over for many.
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