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Hallorans Hill Conservation Park

Enjoy the walk to the council park at the summit of Hallorans Hill. Photo: Tamara Vallance, NPRSR.Enjoy the walk to the council park at the summit of Hallorans Hill. Photo: Tamara Vallance, NPRSR.

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Welcome

The Aboriginal Traditional Owners of this area, the Tableland Yidinji, welcome you to Hallorans Hill. Please take care and respect their country.

Location

Within Atherton township, 84 km from Cairns via the Gillies Highway ir 100 km via the Kuranda Range

What's special

Rising above the town of Atherton, Hallorans Hill is an extinct volcanic cone covered in open eucalypt and rare mabi forests. There are spectacular views of the surrounding landscape from the council park at the summit.

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Last updated
27 April 2012