Situated in the heart of the Atherton Tablelands, the award winning Mt. Quincan Crater Retreat offers luxurious 5 star accommodation in six architecturally designed pole cabins, nestled among some of Far North Queensland's most breathtaking scenery. A private paradise
The six architecturally designed bungalows have been sensitively placed in the rainforest on the slopes of the Mt.Quincan Crater. Each tree house is completely private to take full advantage of the relaxing surrounds.
Listen to the sounds of the wildlife whilst you relax in your double spa. Snuggle up in front of the warm wood fire or enjoy the natural air conditioning during the summer months.
Each fully self contained timber pole tree house contains a king size bed, comfy sofa lounge, double spa, and wood fire.
There are also little extras like enclosed TV, DVD, complete sound system, reading material, double showers and fluffy bath robes.
Of course there is the fully equipped kitchen where you will find a convection microwave, dishwasher, fridge, & the pantry stocked with all sorts of little surprises.
Relax on your furnished deck, or take advantage of your covered BBQ to cook up a romantic meal for your sweetie
Should pure relaxation in your ultimate hideaway become too much for you there is any number of outdoor activities.
A variety of bush walks are available. A casual stroll around the interesting crater basin is a must. The geographical significance of this relatively young volcano is the subject of interest from geologists and volcanologists from around the world.
Walk to our lookout and enjoy spectacular views across the townships of Yungaburra, Kairi, Tolga, Malanda & Atherton. Enjoy the breathtaking panorama of Tinaroo Dam waters and Tableland agriculture lands stretching to the Bellanden Ker Ranges and Queensland's highest mountain, Mt. Bartle Frere.
Mt. Quincan Crater Retreat is situated in the heart of the Atherton Tablelands and is your ideal base for exploring the diverse wonders of this area.
Yungaburra is only four minutes away and is "the natural heart of the Tablelands". Historic architecture, fine art and craft galleries and award winning restaurants abound. Enjoy the gracious old world charm of the heritage listed Lake Eacham Hotel. Watch the platypus frolic in Peterson Creek.
Visit the Curtain Fig Tree. Truly one of nature's most spectacular wonders.
The Cathedral Fig Tree is situated on the circuit road around Lake Tinaroo and is a must to see. Continue the drive to Lake Euramo , Mobo Creek Crater, The Chimneys, Platypus Rock Lookout and the Tinaroo Dam. At the southern shores of Lake Tinaroo there is a boat ramp. Lake Tinaroo also offers swimming and water sports and all year round Barramundi and Red Claw fishing.
Visit the Crater Lakes of Lake Eacham and Lake Barrine. Lake Eacham is a crystal clear crater lake surrounded by rainforest, and featues a 4 km circuit track, swimming, BBQs and a picnic area. Lake Barrine is the larger of the two, and features a daily wildlife cruise and a 6 km circuit track.
Drive around the Waterfall Circuit where there are six waterfalls within 15km of Millaa Millaa.