The Pub was built by James English and later purchased by Jack Hanrahan in 1923. Jack was the Husband of Mary English. Tom English, the grandson of James later brought the pub in 1976. Today the pub is still owned and run by Tom's son Michael and grandson, Jeffrey.
The longest running Picture Theatre in Australia
This plaque is dedicated to the Prince family and their Pioneering efforts.
Former Bank of New South Wales
Lake Eacham Hotel
With the completion of the Pub & Railway the centre of town was moved. Prior to this, Yungaburra was known as Yalumba Pocket.
Power Plant of the old Yungaburra Saw Mill
Are you fascinated by life in the early 1900’S. Are you interested in seeing how the day to day life was different in the north, compared to the cooler climates & more established cities in the south. Take a look back in time at the agricultural practices that helped to build towns in North Queensland. Retrace the foot steps of over a thousand former Chinese residents & how lucky we are to have the only surviving timber & iron temple in Queensland. Visit one of the true gems in the Cairns Hinterland. The most significant vintage collection of life 100 years ago in Queensland with restored motor vehicles, butcher shops, cashmere slap huts to the centre piece Tin Pannikin Pub. After the information overload we slow things down with a quick stop in the tallest town in Queensland. A driving tour of some of the biggest and oldest timber buildings in Australia. Before continuing on to our last stop where we will have the opportunity to spot one of Australia's most unique mammals. As well as point out the many facets of history hiding in plain site that have helped shape our world today.