About Us

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Atherton Tablelands Promotion Bureau, trading as Tropical Tablelands Tourism (TTT), is the local tourism association representing the Atherton Tablelands, Tropical North Queensland – Australia. It was formed in 1986 under the auspices of the former four Local Government Authorities governing the geographic region of the Atherton Tablelands.

Since it’s incorporation, the Bureau has slowly evolved by encouraging the private sector to take greater responsibility for the ongoing need to promote and market our tropical paradise. Local Government and Industry continue to work together with Representatives on the Board of Directors whose responsibility it is to manage and oversee the operation of the Bureau.

Tropical Tablelands Tourism works closely with Tourism Queensland; Tourism Tropical North Queensland; Tablelands Regional Council; Mareeba Shire Council; Tablelands Futures Corporation and other business and industry within the region and the Tablelands regional communities.

As with non profit associations, Tropical Tablelands Tourism is administered by a Board of Directors elected at the Annual General Meeting. This group meet monthly to review the performance and activities of the association.

Mission Statement

The role of Tropical Tablelands Tourism (TTT) is to support, promote, facilitate, and encourage development of, a professional regional integrated and successful Tourism Industry for the economic benefit of members and the Atherton Tablelands community.

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Free Visitor Guide

Published annually by Tropical Tablelands Tourism, Discover magazine is our free 54 page regional guide, full of places to go and things to do.

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Discover App

Discover magazine is the region's premier visitor guide offering the latest travel information on places to go and things to do.

Self-Drive Itineraries

A series of self-drive itineraries available on the Discover App or under 'What to Do' to plan your visit to the Atherton Tablelands.

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