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A town on the Atherton Tableland under the Tablelands Region of Far North Queensland, Ravenshoe is situated 123 kilometres south of Cairns, 60 kilometres west of Innisfail, 52.8 kilometres south of Atherton and 342 kilometres northwest of Townsville. It is under the local government area of the Tablelands Region. Ravenshoe sits 930 metres above sea level, making it the highest town in Queensland, and the home of the highest pub (aptly named The Top Pub) and highest railway station in the Australian state. The town was founded by John Moffat in 1881 as a timber town called Cedar Creek, after vast amounts of cedar trees were discovered in the area. Timber then became the town’s primary industry until 1987, when the government declared 90...

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A town on the Atherton Tableland under the Tablelands Region of Far North Queensland, Ravenshoe is situated 123 kilometres south of Cairns, 60 kilometres west of Innisfail, 52.8 kilometres south of Atherton and 342 kilometres northwest of Townsville. It is under the local government area of the Tablelands Region. Ravenshoe sits 930 metres above sea level, making it the highest

A town on the Atherton Tableland under the Tablelands Region of Far North Queensland, Ravenshoe is situated 123 kilometres south of Cairns, 60 kilometres west of Innisfail, 52.8 kilometres south of Atherton and 342 kilometres northwest of Townsville. It is under the local government area of the Tablelands Region. Ravenshoe sits 930 metres above sea level, making it the highest town in Queensland, and the home of the highest pub (aptly named The Top Pub) and highest railway station in the Australian state. The town was founded by John Moffat in 1881 as a timber town called Cedar Creek, after vast amounts of cedar trees were discovered in the area. Timber then became the town’s primary industry until 1987, when the government declared 900,000 hectares of the surrounding rainforest as heritage-listed. Dairy farming, beef and tourism have since been the town’s main industries. Ravenshoe is home to a number of attractions, such as the Millstream Falls, which is also the widest waterfall in Australia, Tully George National Park and Windy Hill Wind Farm.

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