Mareeba is part of the Atherton Tablelands
Brief Facts about Mareeba
Mareeba is the biggest town on the Tropical North Queensland Atherton Tablelands.
The population of over 11,000 people
Mareeba is home to people from 64 different national origins.
How do you pronounce Mareeba? Mar eeb a. Mareeba is an Aboriginal name meaning meeting of the waters.
Postcode is 4880
Mareeba is 417 metres above sea level.
Mareeba is multicultural.
Things to do in Mareeba
There are over 60 tourism-based experiences located in Mareeba like a go-kart, racing, hot air ballooning, coffee plantations, natural attractions include Granite Gorge, Davies Park Falls, Mareeba Wetlands and National Park an excellent place for a refreshing swim.
There are lots of farms producing a wide range of wonderful products from Coffee, tea, bamboo shoots, mangoes and chocolate to name a few.
Things to do in Mareeba include visiting a winery and sampling mango wine.
There really is something for everyone in Mareeba.
The Mareeba Wetlands is a must-visit. They were inspired by the world-famous Bharatpur wetland in India.
The wetlands harness excess water from seasonal overflow from the Mareeba Dimbulah Irrigation Area through a series of wetlands.
The wetlands are home to a plethora of different flora and fauna – birds, fish, mammals frogs and reptiles.