A pleasant spot if you need a quick rest from driving , the lake is only 50m off the main road and has a lively tea house too. Plenty of free parking
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When up in the Tablelands we stop here most of the time. I like my freshly baked scones Outside seating area is stunning, directly overlooking the Lake. You can walk around the Lake area or take a 45 min boat trip.
On a sunny day this looked postcard perfect. You can take a boat ride around the lake or walk 5 Kms around it through beautiful rainforest. There is a teahouse on the lake which serves food like Devonshire teas to beautiful lunches . The food...More
Lake Batrine is a bit magical. We often walk the 5 km trip around the lake and of course one must have coffee (and cake:-)) afterwards. The trek is well laid out, an easy walk and scenic. The restaurant is lovely also and a peaceful...More
Lake Barrine has access for disabled, but not for wheelchair bound. My husband managed to climb the back stairs successfully where we enjoyed our morning Devonshire tea with a good view of the peaceful lakeside. Good toilets. I managed the short walk to the two...More
Gem of a location on the Atherton tablelands. Beautiful crater lake with well constructed path through the bushland. Some great trees including a couple of impressive Kauri and also some unique and interesting wildlife including rainbow bee-eaters and musky rat kangaroo
Great staff all round make this an enjoyable experience all round. We enjoyed the 930 cruise, full of fish, eels, ducks, snakes, turtles, birds etc. The guide was very friendly, informative and fun. We followed up with an excellent Devonshire tea which was great. Thanks.
Enjoy an easy 5km walk around the lake! Immerse yourself in nature and then treat yourself with a coffee and lunch at the tea house. Get yourself down to Lake Eacham following a short drive and enjoy another short walk and a refreshing swim in...More