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Millaa Millaa Lookout
(McHugh Road Lookout)

  • Location: On McHugh Road between Millaa Millaa and the Kennedy Highway.

  • Elevation: 1070 M.

  • It is the most spectacular lookout on the Tablelands.

  • The 1800 lookout allow you to see as far as Atherton and the coast near Innisfail.

  • From North-West to South-East you see:

  • Malanda Volcano and its gentle slope down towards Malanda to the right.

  • Bones Knob Shield Volcano and Halloran Hill Volcano.

  • You can also see the Seven Sisters and Mt. Quincan cinder cones.

  • The lamb Range is also visible.

  • Following this in a clockwise direction you can see:

  • The rolling hills of the Lake Eacham / Barrine region which continue into the even and gentle slopes of Lamins Hill shield volcano. 

  • Behind Lamins Hill are the Bellenden Ker Ranges.

  • Next to them is the granite dome of Mt. Bartle Frere, which is the highest Mountain in Queensland at 1622M.

  • Below the lookout between two shield volcanoes is the township of Millaa Millaa.


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