The Tablelands is a fertile plateau which is part of the Great Dividing Range in Queensland. It is located west to south-south-west inland from Cairns. It's a tropical latitude the elevated position provides a climate suitable for dairy farming. It has an altitude ranging between 500 and 1,280m (1,640 and 4,200 ft).
As we travelled along the winding road to get to the Tableland there were places designated for viewing and taking photos.
From now on I'm using my new lens.
You can just see the winding road below.
There is a farm house in that cleared green area.
Came across a lake and accommodation plus ducks.
The Church was beautifully kept in a small town on the way to Atherton.
The view on the way back down from another way.