Curtain Fig Motel
Your home away from home in Yungaburra, in the Atherton Tablelands. A cosy and friendly, personal bed and breakfast where all the little special things we do add up to a magical stay for you.
We think it’s the little things that make a big difference. A friendly and social atmosphere, and helpful and knowledable staff are just the start of your stay with us.
Featuring six guest rooms, and one luxurious spa suit, we're the perfect place for you and your family to rest your head while you explore the Atherton Tablelands.
Yungaburra and its surrounds are home to beautiful scenery, quirky shops and delightful cafes that you just won't find anywhere else. This truly is spectacular country.
Yungaburra is a historical country town which has remained largely unchanged since 1910. Quaint cafes, and historic shops that still bear the names of their original businesses, arts and crafts and local country markets make up the soul of this special town.
We're the perfect jumping off point for exploring the Atherton Tablelands. A diverse landscape, lush mountains, green valleys and sparkling lakes are just some of the highlights of this temperate and beautiful part of Australia.
The area is host to a number of fantastic events throughout the year. From the Tablelands Folk Festival, to food festivals and markets, as well as The Mareeba Rodeo and Yungaburra Triathlon there's plenty of activities to attend.
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