Location: On McHugh Road between Millaa Millaa and the Kennedy Highway.
Elevation: 1070 M.
It is the most spectacular lookout on the Tablelands.
The 1800 lookout allow you to see as far as Atherton and the coast near Innisfail.
From North-West to South-East you see:
Malanda Volcano and its gentle slope down towards Malanda to the right.
Bones Knob Shield Volcano and Halloran Hill Volcano.
You can also see the Seven Sisters and Mt. Quincan cinder cones.
The lamb Range is also visible.
Following this in a clockwise direction you can see:
The rolling hills of the Lake Eacham/Barrine region which continue into the even and gentle slopes of Lamins Hill shield volcano.
Behind Lamins Hill are the Bellenden Ker Ranges.
Next to them is the granite dome of Mt. Bartle Frere, which is the highest Mountain in Queensland at 1622M.
Below the lookout between two shield volcanoes is the township of Millaa Millaa.