Ancient rainforest, waterfalls, crystal clear lakes, rugged outback, food, history, wildlife and more. Discover perfect in the Atherton Tablelands – a stunning region to experience great contrast, beauty, and exploration.

Event Information

Rocky Trail Entertainment is coming to Atherton for the first time this June!! Supported by Tablelands Regional Council and endorsed by Ride Atherton, our Fox Superflow gravity enduro event will feature many of the ‘must-ride’ trails at Atherton MTB Park!

Fox Superflow is racing the way you ride. Ride up at your own pace. Drop-in with your buddies on
each other’s tyre or leave a space to pin. It’s about doing party trains, railing berms and SENDING IT!

This is friendly enduro racing without a tight schedule. You can pick the order to tackle the race
stages, which makes this event social and action-packed at the same time! Do up to five runs per
stage, the fastest one counts. There are no start orders, which means whatever category you’re in, you can ride together and lock your own best race run in!

Get ready for an absolute adrenaline rush as you smash down our Superflow race tracks to hunt
down those precious seconds for the win!

Find out more…

This event is part of a 3-event North QLD series and will be sure to turn up the volume in your MTB life!

See website for more details

About the Trails

Tucked away in the Silvia Valley alongside the main street of Atherton, the Atherton Forest MTB Park is in the Herberton Range State Forest and Mount Baldy Forest Reserve. It features mainly open eucalypt forests and valleys with frequent river crossings and waterfalls, and spectacular views of the Tablelands.

The trails meander through an open forest of gums, bloodwoods, mahoganys, she-oaks, grasstrees and cycadas. With a variety of grades including easy, intermediate, and some options for black (difficult) sections, this is a purpose-built network of single-track that has something for everyone and that everyone will love!

Address: Herberton Range State Forest Trailhead, Rifle Range Road, Atherton

Transport Information

If you’re flying into Cairns, the first thing you’ll need to do is get to the CBD. There are taxis and hire cars, and also a local shuttle bus which costs about $35 one-way for a single adult ($45 return), and $10 one-way for children ($18 return). Check out the Cairns Airport website for all the details.

Once you’re in the CBD you’ll be able to catch the Trans North bus to get to Atherton proper. This bus doesn’t pick up from the airport, but please note that for the return trip, passengers travelling from Atherton to Cairns can pay a small surcharge (about $5 per person) and get dropped off back at the airport, which works out a bit cheaper than booking a return Airport Shuttle. Find all the details and the schedule here. The fare for a single trip each way from Cairns to Atherton is about $26.

If you’re travelling in a group, get in touch with Cairns Region Minibus Group Transfers and let them take all the hassle and headache out of moving your group around.

And finally if you really want the freedom to be able to fully explore the Tablelands while you’re in the region, then head on over to the Cairns Airport website for all the details about hiring a car.

Need a last minute travel consultant to help make your bookings? – Please contact Johanna Wood! Click below to call:

Don’t forget to read all about our top tips for how to travel with your bike!

Read the blog

Destination Information

Come for the race, stay for EVERYTHING else! You’d need at least five days to see and do all the things that are on offer, so start planning your Atherton Tablelands adventure right here!

Skills Clinics

Check out the info by the crew from the local Off Camba MTB Skills Clinics – they will be familiar with our race tracks and get your race-ready! These guys offer general skills clinics – get in touch with the crew to sort out your race prep!


Here are just some of the options for staying nearby.

Big4 NRMA Atherton Tablelands Holiday Park

Address: 141 Herberton Road, Atherton
Phone: (07) 4091 1407

Located in the heart of the Atherton Tablelands region, this eco-certified park is just minutes from the centre of town and surrounded by lush rainforest, making it the perfect base to explore the region’s stunning natural wonders.

Choose from a cabin or villa, relax in your caravan, or enjoy your nights under the stars on a camping site (both powered and unpowered sites available).

And because you’re our special fam, just quote ‘Rocky Trail’ when booking to get a discount of 15%!!

Atherton Hinterland Motel

Address: 44 Cook Street, Atherton
Phone: (07) 4091 3311

Nestled on over 10,000 square metres of land, this hotel is ideally located near the centre of town and only a 10 minute walk to all of Atherton’s major town attractions, shops, and tourist sites. There’s a children’s playground right across the road and an environmental park that features a self-guided walking track to Halloran Hill lookout.

The motel is an owner-operated complex combining a relaxed, clean and tropical environment with the extra care and friendliness that only owners can bring.

Atherton Holiday Park

Address: 64-72 Mountain View Drive, Atherton
Phone: (07) 4091 1099

Conveniently located and central to all of the premier tourist attractions on the Tablelands, Atherton Holiday Park looks out over charming rural farmland with clear views to the Seven Sisters. Spacious and quiet, with gorgeous tropical gardens and interesting birdlife.

The park offers a range of accommodation, which is keenly priced and affordable. There’s 2-bedroom cottages, sleeping up to 6 people, Family Villas and Stone Cottages, all set amongst beautiful gardens. There is also plenty of level grassed areas, paved roadways, and open spaces for caravans, as well as powered and unpowered sites for camping.

Atherton Holiday Park has all the facilities to make your stay with us comfortable, including a swimming pool, laundry, camp kitchen, amenities, and public access wi-fi.

Our top tips for #rockytrailracers

While you’re in the area…Every week there is an assortment of events on offer within the Tablelands region, including weekend markets showcasing local produce and products.
Our tips:Check out the events calendar to see what’s on
Atherton Tablelands Rail TrailThe full Atherton Tablelands Rail Trail stretches 20.5km from Atherton to Walkamin in the North, and it’s the perfect way to savour the region’s natural attractions, history and culture, as well as its famed food and produce, all in an easygoing few hours on the bike.
Our tip:Read the blog for a taste of the full experience
Stand-up-PaddleboardingImagine a volcanic crater lake, surrounded by ancient rainforest. No boats, barely any waves, pure tranquil bliss, and you right in the middle on a Stand-Up-Paddleboard. Sound too good to be true? Then it’s time for you to discover Lake Eacham.
Our tip:The perfect spot for SUP, kayaking, swimming, and having a great day out
Sip on local flavoursBe it Skybury Coffee with the best view in town, Mt Uncle Distillery menu of rum, gin, whiskey or vodka, Coffee Works or Golden Drop Winery’s magic mango offering, the Atherton Tablelands is great for a drop, a glass or a cuppa.
Our tip:Experience craft distilleries and wineries
Get a bit lostTake a meander through Mt Molloy’s mown labyrinth to clear the head, let the mind float free and simply stroll around one of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest paddock puzzles.
Our tip:Discover the Labyrinth at Mt Molloy
Visit the hot springsRest those tired bike legs and ease into one of the six mineral water pools at Innot Hot Springs. The pools vary in temperature from warm to wow-that’s-hot and there’s a handy caravan park for travellers.
Historic Village HerbertonThe whole family – including the dog – can jump on a time machine and go back to this impeccable replica 1880 village. Walk round the more than 60 original buildings, see how things were done in pioneer days and admire the thousands of authentic items in the hundreds of collections. There is everything from a blacksmith forge to a coach house to a miner’s hut to a bootmaker. There is an astonishing toy shop for the kids but they will love all the antique machinery, ‘old school’ school and the acres of land to run around on. Plus, there is a tempting tea shop.
Rock out for some crystal gazingThe Crystal Caves in Atherton are a mecca for kids. There is a surprise at every turn of this 300 square metre man-made cave and tunnel system from giant amethysts to dinosaur fossils. And your kids can touch stuff! It’s almost essential as you duck and weave your way through this incredible labyrinth.
Arts & CultureA rich community of artists, potters, photographers, sculptors and teachers thrives and shares their talents for capturing the Tableland’s breathtaking and diverse landscape in which colourful villages and bustling towns are nestled.
Did you know?Take home your own piece from one of the studios and shops across the region.
To market to market…Local markets are a great way to access fresh produce while supporting local industry. There are several local markets operating throughout the Tablelands, all packed with local and regional fresh foods, preserves, plants, arts, and crafts.
Our tip:Find all the details here.

If you’re looking for even more ideas, head to any one of the five Visitor Centres to really get the most out of your time in the Tablelands.

All the centres are open 7 days a week and feature high-quality independent local area information, as well as comprehensive knowledge on everything there is to see and do.

There are so many experiences that await,
here are just a few to get you started:

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