The Atherton Tableland is a ready level which is a bit of the Great Dividing Range in Queensland, Australia. It is discovered west to south-south-west inland from Cairns. Regardless of the way that it is in the tropical extensions, its lifted position gives an air sensible to dairy developing. It has a district of around 32,000 km2 with a rise developing some place around 500 and 1,280 m (1,640 and 4,200 ft). The productivity of the soils in the region can be credited to the volcanic wellsprings of the territory. The imperative conduit spilling over the level is the Barron River. It was dammed to outline a watering framework archive named Lake Tinaroo. Tinaroo Hydro, somewhat 1.6MW Hydroelectric power station is arranged near the spillway.