Hallorans Hill Conservation Park Tropical North Queensland

Enjoy the walk to the council park at the summit of Hallorans Hill. Photo credit: Tamara Vallance, Queensland Government

Visiting Hallorans Hill safely

    Wear sturdy walking shoes.

    Wear sturdy walking shoes.

    Photo credit: Tamara Vallance, Queensland Government

    Getting there and getting around

    Atherton township is 84km from Cairns via the Gillies Highway or 100km via the Kuranda Range. To walk to the summit of Hallorans Hill, follow the track which starts at the council park on Louise Street. To drive, follow the signs from Robert Street or Dalziel Avenue.

    Wheelchair accessibility

    Hallorans Hill Conservation Park has no wheelchair-accessible facilities. Some wheelchair-accessible facilities are available in the adjacent council park on the summit. For more information, see the tourism information links.

    Staying safe

    • Avoid stinging trees. These plants grow to 4m high and have large, heart-shaped leaves with serrated edges. Do not touch these plants as it will result in a very painful sting. If you are stung and symptoms are severe, seek medical advice.
    • Stay on the track and take care on uneven surfaces, especially in wet conditions.
    • Always carry water, wear a hat and sturdy footwear, and try to walk in the cooler part of the day.

    For more information, read the guidelines on safety in parks and forests.

    Before you visit

    Essentials to bring

    To enjoy your time at Hallorans Hill Conservation Park remember to bring:

    • water
    • sun protection
    • sturdy walking shoes.

    Opening hours

    Hallorans Hill Conservation Park is open 24 hours a day. Parts of the park are occasionally closed for seasonal, planned burns. See park alerts for up-to-date information.

    Permits and fees

    Special permits are required for commercial or organised group activities. View permits and fees for further information.


    Domestic animals are not permitted in Hallorans Hill Conservation Park.

    Climate and weather

    The lower humidity and daytime temperatures at Hallorans Hill Conservation Park are a pleasant escape from the coastal extremes. Maximum summer temperatures for Atherton are around 29ºC while winter temperatures can fall below 10ºC at night. Most of the rain falls during the wet season, between November and March For more information, see the tourism information links.

    Fuel and supplies

    Fuel and supplies are available in Atherton. For more information, see the tourism information links.

    • There are currently no park alerts for this park.