The Hotel: BIG4 Atherton Woodlands Tourist Park
Located within acres of landscaped grounds, BIG4 Atherton Woodlands Tourist Park offers an ideal base for discovering the local area. The park is set just a few minutes’ drive from Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park which offers a number of cycling paths. Hiking enthusiasts can take advantage of multiple trails. Wildlife may be admired on the Atherton Tablelands which mixes rainforest, wetlands and savannah and is home to a variety of bird species and wallabies.
Guests can experience a real taste of Australia by exploring Lake Tinaroo, waterfalls - including Millaa Millaa Waterfalls and Dinner - and national parks like Wongabel State Forest and Mt. Hypipamee National Park. A range of food tasting trails and tours are also available, while the town of Atherton is just 1,5km away.
- Bed size/type: One queen bed and one single bed
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Three people
- Extra adult - $18 per night
- Extra child - $15 per night
- Cabin comes complete with a fully-equipped kitchen, ironing facilities, Foxtel TV, air conditioning and a bathroom with a hairdryer; parking in front of the cabin
Family Ensuite Villa
- Bed size/type: One queen bed and one set of bunks
- Standard occupancy: Two adults and two children
- Maximum occupancy: Two adults and two children
- The villa features a fully-equipped kitchen, ironing facilities, Foxtel TV, reverse-cycle air conditioning and a bathroom with a hairdryer, as well as a designated parking space
The Area: Atherton, Queensland
Set in the Tablelands Region in northern Queensland, Atherton is a quaint town inviting travellers to unwind and reconnect with nature. Every year, it holds both Atherton Agricultural Show and the Maize Festival, while those keen on city life can explore the town’s shops and cafes.
As the gateway to the wet tropics, the region boasts multiple wildlife spotting opportunities. Travellers can head to the Atherton Tablelands to explore its wetlands and savannah, visit national parks and waterfalls, or hop on a bike to cycle through Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park.