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Great place set up by a local family station holders.
Sealed road all the way off the highway.
Great camping, caravan park and glamping tents available.
Lots of wild life, the Lava Tubes are well worth a visit.
There is a gift shop, restaurant and...More
Descending the well made stairs and board walk from Savannah scrub into a pocket of rain forest which has grown in the cavity of a fallen section of lava tube leads you to an archway plus two individual caverns to be explored. Excellent guided tour....More
Sealed road right to the doorstep. Stayed in a glamping tent which was perfect for the weather this time of year. Linen and blankets all supplied. Could imagine this could be noisy when the site is busy. The active tour is fantastic and you do...More
Undara is accessible via a sealed (bitumen) road off the Savannah Way in Queensland. The resort (partly housed in restored vintage railway carriages) has cabins, tented accommodation, camping (powered and unpowered) and self-guided walks, e.g. around the rim of an extinct volcano. We booked two...More
We drove out from Herberton to do the Undara Lava Tube active tour. We were driven out in a mini bus to the tubes. We did have to scramble down some rocks but the rope hand rail helped to keep balance. The guide was very...More
Drove in to national park on a sealed road. Went to the central accommodation area. Toilets clean. Cafe there and general admin/store.
Accommodation runs from railway carriages to cabins camping and caravan park.
We drove on best graded road ever to walk the Kalkani volcano...More
My friend and I took up the 1 night Budget (self-drive) package that includes; Active Explorer Tour (or Archway Explorer Tour), Wildlife at Sunset Tour (light refreshment over beautiful sunset ending with seeing fruit bats "zooming" out of the cave), 3 course dinner (great quality...More
We were staying at a nearby station while travelling Australia, but had heard about the Undara Lava Tubes. Our hosts were happy to make the booking for us.
Having arrived early we had plenty of time to look around the small gift shop and to...More
We did the early morning tour of the Undarra Lava Tubes about a week ago when we were passing through the area on our way westward. We had booked the tour well in advance as it is the only way to see the caves and...More