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Kuranda – the Village in the Rainforest

Kuranda Village is situated 330 metres above Cairns and in the middle of World Heritage Rainforest. In Kuranda you can discover cool rainforest walks and is home to the spectacular Barron Falls.

Kuranda offers the greatest proliferation of Wildlife Experiences than anywhere else in Queensland, so you can get up close to Australian native animals.

Kuranda’s famous Markets and Village Shopping has something for everyone, meet artists in their galleries and watch craft demonstrations, handmade arts and crafts, locally designed and produced fashion, handcrafted jewellery and gemstones, Aboriginal Artwork, wood and leather work, North Queenslands best range of honey, local coffee and tropical fruit icecream.

A wide range of Restaurants, Cafes and food stalls offers relaxed outdoor dining and a taste sensation to suit most taste buds.

Kuranda has something for everyone and is a “Must Do” destination when organizing a touring itinerary to North Queensland.

A few must do’s while visiting Kuranda are:

Walk in the World Heritage Rainforest around the village

Visit the world-famous Kuranda Markets

Enjoy some spectacular bird watching

Take a rainforest cruise on the Barron River

Enjoy amazing “street art” around every corner

Hand feed Kangaroos and Wallabies

Have your photo taken with a Koala

Discover the amazing world of butterflies

Explore the Rainforest on an ATV bike tour

Check out how bees make honey

Take a photo of the spectacular Barron Falls

Meet a life size replica of an Allosaurus Dinosaur

Watch an Aboriginal cultural performance

See how they make old fashion candy

Enjoy a safe and friendly shopping experience

Try a delicious Kuranda homemade ice-cream

Visit an historic church in the main street

Learn about indigenous life from a local

Take a walk along the Barron River Esplanade

Experience the café culture in the village

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Tourism Kuranda


Kuranda
Queensland 4881, Australia

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