Pastor Tim Pianta 65 Main Street, Tolga, Phone 0418882605 Email tolgacommunitychurch@gmail.com ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Atherton Tablelands

Atherton
Tolga Community Church is located in Tolga, on the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland, Australia.  The closest main township is Atherton, less than 7 minutes away. 
Tinaburra, Lake Tinaroo


The Atherton Tablelands are approximately an hour from Cairns.  Across the Atherton Tablelands there is a unique diversity from tropical rainforests to open bush land.  Living here means a relaxed lifestyle with beautiful views, small towns, community markets every weekend, and lots of locally organised events. 




Industries include:
    overlooking Atherton from Hallorans Hill
  • Coffee
  • Cattle - Beef and Dairy
  • Sugarcane
  • Maize
  • poultry
  • piggeries
  • horses
  • bananas
  • pawpaws
  • organic farming
  • Lake Eacham, Yungaburra
  • goats
  • avocadoes
  • market produce
  • mangoes
  • native foods
  • silage and producing animal fodders
  • Overlooking farmland from Hallorans Hill
  • and much, much more


There are also local markets each weekend of the month and many well known tourism attractions.  The Atherton Tablelands has many beautiful waterfalls and lakes including Lake Eacham, and Tinaroo Dam.




If you're looking for Mountain Bike Trails then why not enjoy our local area? 
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Tinaroo Dam Overflow 2011(Jan)

Not far from Tolga is Kairi and then the township of Tinaroo where the Tinaroo Dam wall can be seen.

The local Council authority is the Tablelands Regional Council.  Tolga falls within the State electorate of Hill and the Federal electorate of Kennedy.




Further north is Lakeland  and Mt Mulligan, so we've included some photos to view as well.


Lakeland Downs area (2011)
Mt Mulligan township site
Mt Mulligan (view from helicopter)
















Flag coming over Avenue of Honour at Official Opening

Memorial to Dogs who go to war






Part of the Avenue of Honour, Yungaburra