Discover the best top things to do in Mareeba, Australia including Mareeba Heritage Museum and Visitor Information Centre, Granite Gorge Nature Park, Jaques Coffee Plantation, Coffee Works, Mareeba Tropical Savannah and Wetland Reserve, Emerald Creek Falls, Mareeba, Mareeba Golf Club, Davies Creek National Park, North Queensland Gold Coffee Plantation.
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4.5 based on 185 reviews
Welcome to Mareeba Heritage Museum & Visitor Information Centre. Gain an insight into the region's history and attractions by visiting the Mareeba Heritage Museum & Visitor Information Centre. The Centre is situated 63kms from Cairns on the southern outskirts of Mareeba on the Atherton Tablelands and is open from 9am - 5pm, seven days a week. Closed only on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday. Free entry, donations are much appreciated.
This is a fantastic place to visit and see the history of the region with real local artefacts. They have extended the museum recently and the people who run it are just bursting with knowledge to share. A wonderful and memorable visit and highly recommendThank you for your feedback, It's always satisfying to know the work and passion that goes into creating the museum is appreciated.
4.5 based on 337 reviews
At Granite Gorge visitors have a fantastic opportunity to get close with the wild rock wallabies in their natural habitat. You can hand feed them macropod pellets which we have available. The Mareeba unadorned rock wallabies (Petrogale inornata, Mareeba race) are rare and endangered and only seen up close here.The wallabies are unique to this area of Mareeba. They are known to be on the top of a couple of mountain ranges but this is the only place they can be seen up close and fed in the wild. Possums, 5 types of gliders, Frilled necked and other lizards, 2 types of quolls, turtles and echidnas inhabit the gorge and park area. On winter nights dingo howls can be heard way down the gorge.
We enjoyed our walk around the granite gorge and were fortunate enough to see the rock wallabies .......some even had babies. The granite gorge is amazing. There are 2 routes to take do not attempt the red trail unless you have proper hiking shoes for walking as the rocks are slippery. A great little adventure
4.5 based on 314 reviews
Jaques Coffee Plantation is situated on the Atherton Tablelands in Mareeba, North Queensland, Australia, with a beautiful backdrop looking over the surrounding peaks of the Great Dividing Range. The fully licenced restaurant / cafe is at the center of the plantation's 85,000 Arabica coffee trees with a large deck over looking the garden or the inside air conditioned area, you can sit and enjoy a coffee and home baked scones and cakes or a full lunch with a beer or wine. Take a tour and enjoy an enchanting insight into the finer details of coffee from the tree to the cup. Other activities onsite include Microlight Flights, Gyro Flights and Segway Tours. Closed during February each year for maintenance
Visited as family group on a hot day. Nice venue and surprisingly nice and cool on their deck outside the restaurant. Only had coffee but the cakes snd scones looked good!
Tours of the plantation available along with microlight flights, gyrocopter flights and Segway experiences.
There was a fair bit of undercover parking which was a bonus too.
4 based on 188 reviews
Coffee Works is home of Coffee World-Ultimate Tasting & Museum experience. Guests are invited to indulge in the world's finest flavors of coffee, tea, chocolate and liqueur - they can have as much as their tummies can handle! Then they can explore the most significant assembly of coffee making treasures - worldwide! They even get their own audio guide to lead them through the sensational maze.
This place is more for coffee die hards. The museum is pretty awesome, but not really my thing. The coffee/gift shop itself is pretty awesome & an eye opener.. Staff are pretty terrific/wonderful - cant fault them ?Hi there! Thank you for your review - we appreciate you taking the time out to do so! We will certainly pass this wonderful feedback onto our Team! Have a Delicious Day!
4.5 based on 85 reviews
If you're in the Granite Gorge area, you must stop at Mareeba Wetlands. We only had time to do the 3km walk around the main lake but boy it was spectacular. Saw a couple of snakes and plenty of birds (typical for wetlands). If you have the time and don't mind nature walks, then this is a must see.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Emerald Creek Falls is about a 15 minute drive off the main road and much of the road is dirt & gravel but quite drivable in dry conditions in a family sedan.
The walk to the lookout over the falls is reasonably steep in places & I would advise you to wear good foot ware although we did it in thongs.
The walk is quite pleasant & the falls are quite large & spectacular. If you are in Mareeba & have an hour or so to spare Emerald Creek Falls is well worth a visit.
4 based on 42 reviews
We drove through Mareeba whilst exploring the Atherton Tablelands. Luckily we discovered Coffee Works for a stop as Mareeba is basically your typical outback Australian town.
It’s a good base to use if wanting to explore the region or just to stock up before heading to other towns like Cooktown or Chillagoe.
The main attractions of Mareeba is the Heritage Museum , the Wetlands , coffee plantations & Granite Gorge.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
4.5 based on 16 reviews
If you don't mind going off the beaten track and driving over a dirt road then this place is definitely worth while. There are signs indicating where you can swim, and the creek is so refreshing especially on a hot summers day. There are plenty of walking tracks as well. Take a picnic because there is absolutely nothing out there except nature itself.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
We decided to visit this coffee plantation on a day trip around the Atherton tablelands it was our first stiop after driving up from Cairns so when we arrived there we need to use the rest rooms
We were very surprised when they said they did not have any public rest rooms so unfortunately we did not get to do the tour as it would have been around an hour for the tour and then we wanted to have coffee there so just could not hang on that long
We just felt that anyone visitng here needs to know they have to stop in Mareeba and use the rest rooms there before driving out to the plantation
It is a very small family attraction but they really need to have a rest room if you are inviting and charging the public to visit
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