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Hallorans Hill Conservation Park

What's special?

Rising above Atherton township, Hallorans Hill is an extinct volcanic cone on the Atherton Tableland. Hallorans Hill Conservation Park protects open eucalypt forest and rainforest remnants in sheltered places around the hill.

Exploring Hallorans Hill

Have a picnic on the top of the hill. Picnic tables, gas barbecues, water and toilets are provided by the local authority.

Enjoy the view or visit the information centre to find out more about the local area.

Camping is not allowed but you can stay in nearby Atherton.

Walking

Walk to the crater through the rainforest. Learn about Aboriginal culture along the way. The track has some steep sections.
Aboriginal trail and crater walk 40 minutes return

Accessibility

The local government facilities are wheelchair-accessible.

Getting there

Hallorans Hill is just to the east of Atherton off the Kennedy Highway.
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