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Kuranda

Kuranda is a small town in Far North Queensland adjoining the Barron Gorge National Park. As it is located very close to Cairns and the journey is scenic, it is an extremely popular day trip: the village is overflowing with visitors during the middle of each day.

Kuranda is a small town in Far North Queensland adjoining the Barron Gorge National Park. As it is located very close to Cairns and the journey is scenic, it is an extremely popular day trip: the village is overflowing with visitors during the middle of each day.

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Kuranda is famous for its markets. They run everyday and have a wide range of crafts and locally made products. It's just a short walk from the Skyrail or the Kuranda Scenic Railway station to the village. The shops and markets open from 9.00AM and many close when the last train leaves at 3.30PM The Original Rainforest Markets are located in Therwine Street behind the famous Honey House.(see listing above)

Buy

Kuranda is famous for its markets. They run everyday and have a wide range of crafts and locally made products. It's just a short walk from the Skyrail or the Kuranda Scenic Railway station to the village. The shops and markets open from 9.00AM and many close when the last train leaves at 3.30PM The Original Rainforest Markets are located in Therwine Street behind the famous Honey House.(see listing above)

Drink

Try the "Bottom Pub" just near Skyrail for a bit of local atmosphere - not bad

Drink

Try the "Bottom Pub" just near Skyrail for a bit of local atmosphere - not bad

See

  • Birdworld +61 7 4093 9188, e-mail: sales@birdworldkuranda.com.. Heritage Markets, Rob Vievers Drive. Birdworld is a large mesh canopy, open to natural light in which you can wander among free flying birds armed with an identification sheet to pick them out. The birds are divided evenly between colourful parrots and drab quails and doves with the addition of some cassowaries fenced away from people wandering around the circuit. Entry is $14 for adults, $5 children and $29 for families with two adults and 2 children. A combined pass with the butterfly sanctuary and the Koala Gardens is $33 adults and $16 children.
  • Kuranda Koala Gardens +61 7 4093 9953, e-mail: info@cairnstropicalzoo.com.. Heritage Markets, Rob Vievers Drive. The Koala Gardens is a small wildlife zoo housing Australian native animals. In addition to koalas there are kangaroos, crocodiles, snakes and lizards. Visitors can hold a koala and have their picture taken. Entry is $14 for adults, $7 for children. Photo holding a koala will be an extra $15. The kangaroos and wallabies are tame and friendly and you can grab a free handful or two of feed at the entrance to their lawn.
  • Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, 8 Rob Vievers Drive,  +61 7 4093 7575, fax: 07 4093 8923, e-mail: ulysses@australianbutterflies.com.. The butterfly sanctuary is an aviary containing rainforest butterflies - Birdwings Ulysees and more, its great for Kids. Open 9:45AM to 4:30PM, with guided tours from 10:00 to 3:15PM. Wear bright colored clothing to get the butterflies to land on you.
  • Rainforestation Nature Park, Kennedy Highway,  +617 4085 5008. This award-winning attraction is situated five minutes from Kuranda Village. Experience the tropical rainforest on both land and water aboard an amphibious World War II Army Duck. Learn about aboriginal culture with the Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience, including a traditional dance performance and boomerang throwing, spear throwing and didgeridoo playing. See native Australian animals including kangaroos, koalas, crocodiles, wombats, dingoes and the cassowary.
  • Barron Gorge. Amazing waterfall-carved gorge 3 km from town. The waterfall is a trickle in the dry season jumping to a torrent in the floods. The road makes a good bushwalk for those with time. Oddly missing from many guidebooks, or understated.
  • Honey House Kuranda, 7 Therwine Street,  +61 740-937261. 9-3.30. Established in 1959, Honey House Kuranda continues to offer tourists the chance to see live bees working hard to make honey and to sample over 20 North Qld premium raw honey varieties. There is also fresh honeycomb, medicinal honeys and beauty products all made with the highest quality honey. free.
  • Skeleton Creek

See

  • Birdworld +61 7 4093 9188, e-mail: sales@birdworldkuranda.com.. Heritage Markets, Rob Vievers Drive. Birdworld is a large mesh canopy, open to natural light in which you can wander among free flying birds armed with an identification sheet to pick them out. The birds are divided evenly between colourful parrots and drab quails and doves with the addition of some cassowaries fenced away from people wandering around the circuit. Entry is $14 for adults, $5 children and $29 for families with two adults and 2 children. A combined pass with the butterfly sanctuary and the Koala Gardens is $33 adults and $16 children.
  • Kuranda Koala Gardens +61 7 4093 9953, e-mail: info@cairnstropicalzoo.com.. Heritage Markets, Rob Vievers Drive. The Koala Gardens is a small wildlife zoo housing Australian native animals. In addition to koalas there are kangaroos, crocodiles, snakes and lizards. Visitors can hold a koala and have their picture taken. Entry is $14 for adults, $7 for children. Photo holding a koala will be an extra $15. The kangaroos and wallabies are tame and friendly and you can grab a free handful or two of feed at the entrance to their lawn.
  • Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, 8 Rob Vievers Drive,  +61 7 4093 7575, fax: 07 4093 8923, e-mail: ulysses@australianbutterflies.com.. The butterfly sanctuary is an aviary containing rainforest butterflies - Birdwings Ulysees and more, its great for Kids. Open 9:45AM to 4:30PM, with guided tours from 10:00 to 3:15PM. Wear bright colored clothing to get the butterflies to land on you.
  • Rainforestation Nature Park, Kennedy Highway,  +617 4085 5008. This award-winning attraction is situated five minutes from Kuranda Village. Experience the tropical rainforest on both land and water aboard an amphibious World War II Army Duck. Learn about aboriginal culture with the Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience, including a traditional dance performance and boomerang throwing, spear throwing and didgeridoo playing. See native Australian animals including kangaroos, koalas, crocodiles, wombats, dingoes and the cassowary.
  • Barron Gorge. Amazing waterfall-carved gorge 3 km from town. The waterfall is a trickle in the dry season jumping to a torrent in the floods. The road makes a good bushwalk for those with time. Oddly missing from many guidebooks, or understated.
  • Honey House Kuranda, 7 Therwine Street,  +61 740-937261. 9-3.30. Established in 1959, Honey House Kuranda continues to offer tourists the chance to see live bees working hard to make honey and to sample over 20 North Qld premium raw honey varieties. There is also fresh honeycomb, medicinal honeys and beauty products all made with the highest quality honey. free.
  • Skeleton Creek

Get in

  • Drive from Cairns via the Captain Cook and Kennedy Highways. The trip takes approximately 40 minutes. You can access the most scenic points on the railway journey by car also, including the Barron Falls railway platform.
  • Hop on the Kuranda Scenic Railway for a (very) leisurely one- and a half hour trip 329 meters up and 34 kilometers out from Cairns. Two services daily in each direction. One-way $39, return $56, reservations recommended. Child and family rates do apply. Services depart from Cairns Central Station, close to the centre of Cairns.
  • Catch the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. This is a gondola ride through the rainforest treetops, with a couple of stops on route to change cars. Great views of the rainforest canopy. Prices valid April 01 2011 to March 31 2012 are: One-way is $44 adults and $22 children, return is $66 adults and $33 children. A 5% discount is available when you book online and a one-way Skyrail, one-way Kuranda Railway package is $99 adults and $50 children. The base station is around 15km north of Cairns, around half-way to Kuranda. Transfers from both Cairns, Cairns Beaches and Port Douglas are available. mail@skyrail.com.au. The local buses service the Skyrail base station from Cairns every hour or so. . There is a large, free carpark at the Skyrail base station.
  • Catch the the shuttle bus between Cairns and Kuranda ($4 one way). There are two bus companies that run scheduled bus services between Cairns and Kuranda. If you just want to get to Kuranda they will save you time and money over the scenic alternatives. Information about the shuttles is available from the Kuranda Visitor Information Centre . E-mail: info@kuranda.org. Tel.: 07 4093 9311 .

You can combine the Kuranda Scenic railway and the skyrail, travelling to Kuranda on one and returning on the other. From the scenery point of view, take the railway first in the morning and after that make the Skyrail trip - take your time to stop and look around in the Rainforestation on the way back to the coast. After arriving at the coast side (great views), you have the opportunity to visit the Tjapukai village to learn something about the Aboriginal culture. You can to book both directions through either service, but if you are booking late, it is easier to book separately: they allocate each other a very small number of guaranteed seats.

If you want to do the round trip with the Skyrail and the train and don't feel like coordinating with local buses, there are a number of tour companies that package that journey for you, including tickets and transfers.

If you are travelling up to Kuranda with luggage, bear in mind that neither the Skyrail nor the railway cater for large amounts of luggage. The Skyrail will not carry any luggage at all, and the amount is strictly limited to what will fit in the luggage space in the passenger compartment on the train. There is no problem with prams and daypacks, but neither of these methods of transport may be suitable if you are doing more than a day trip to Kuranda.

Get in

  • Drive from Cairns via the Captain Cook and Kennedy Highways. The trip takes approximately 40 minutes. You can access the most scenic points on the railway journey by car also, including the Barron Falls railway platform.
  • Hop on the Kuranda Scenic Railway for a (very) leisurely one- and a half hour trip 329 meters up and 34 kilometers out from Cairns. Two services daily in each direction. One-way $39, return $56, reservations recommended. Child and family rates do apply. Services depart from Cairns Central Station, close to the centre of Cairns.
  • Catch the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. This is a gondola ride through the rainforest treetops, with a couple of stops on route to change cars. Great views of the rainforest canopy. Prices valid April 01 2011 to March 31 2012 are: One-way is $44 adults and $22 children, return is $66 adults and $33 children. A 5% discount is available when you book online and a one-way Skyrail, one-way Kuranda Railway package is $99 adults and $50 children. The base station is around 15km north of Cairns, around half-way to Kuranda. Transfers from both Cairns, Cairns Beaches and Port Douglas are available. mail@skyrail.com.au. The local buses service the Skyrail base station from Cairns every hour or so. . There is a large, free carpark at the Skyrail base station.
  • Catch the the shuttle bus between Cairns and Kuranda ($4 one way). There are two bus companies that run scheduled bus services between Cairns and Kuranda. If you just want to get to Kuranda they will save you time and money over the scenic alternatives. Information about the shuttles is available from the Kuranda Visitor Information Centre . E-mail: info@kuranda.org. Tel.: 07 4093 9311 .

You can combine the Kuranda Scenic railway and the skyrail, travelling to Kuranda on one and returning on the other. From the scenery point of view, take the railway first in the morning and after that make the Skyrail trip - take your time to stop and look around in the Rainforestation on the way back to the coast. After arriving at the coast side (great views), you have the opportunity to visit the Tjapukai village to learn something about the Aboriginal culture. You can to book both directions through either service, but if you are booking late, it is easier to book separately: they allocate each other a very small number of guaranteed seats.

If you want to do the round trip with the Skyrail and the train and don't feel like coordinating with local buses, there are a number of tour companies that package that journey for you, including tickets and transfers.

If you are travelling up to Kuranda with luggage, bear in mind that neither the Skyrail nor the railway cater for large amounts of luggage. The Skyrail will not carry any luggage at all, and the amount is strictly limited to what will fit in the luggage space in the passenger compartment on the train. There is no problem with prams and daypacks, but neither of these methods of transport may be suitable if you are doing more than a day trip to Kuranda.

Get around

Kuranda is a small village, although somewhat hilly. Walking about 1km will take you from one end of town to the other. Don't count on being able to walk quickly, as the streets tend to be packed with people.

A one-way courtesy bus between the Skyrail and scenic railway stations at the south end of town and the wildlife attractions at the north of town. The bus departs every twenty minutes, but most people walk the distance.

Get around

Kuranda is a small village, although somewhat hilly. Walking about 1km will take you from one end of town to the other. Don't count on being able to walk quickly, as the streets tend to be packed with people.

A one-way courtesy bus between the Skyrail and scenic railway stations at the south end of town and the wildlife attractions at the north of town. The bus departs every twenty minutes, but most people walk the distance.

Go next

  • Cairns Wildlife Safari Reserve is located 10 mins drive west of Kuranda. Here you can view lions, tigers, bears, hippos, babboons.


Go next

  • Cairns Wildlife Safari Reserve is located 10 mins drive west of Kuranda. Here you can view lions, tigers, bears, hippos, babboons.


Eat

There is no shortage of cafe style places in Kuranda. Wander around and choose one that takes your fancy. Take-away food is also plentiful, in many different styles.

  • Frogs Restaurant, 11 Coondoo Street (Slap bang in the middle of the village),  +61 740937405. 10am - 4 pm. One of the original buildings in the village centre built 1923 Frogs has been operating since 1980. A great laid back spot with lots of atmosphere

Eat

There is no shortage of cafe style places in Kuranda. Wander around and choose one that takes your fancy. Take-away food is also plentiful, in many different styles.

  • Frogs Restaurant, 11 Coondoo Street (Slap bang in the middle of the village),  +61 740937405. 10am - 4 pm. One of the original buildings in the village centre built 1923 Frogs has been operating since 1980. A great laid back spot with lots of atmosphere

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Joe Nixon
Kuranda観光名所のひとつ。水陸両用のアーミーダックに乗って熱帯雨林を探検!熱帯雨林ならではの珍しい動植物など、1時間弱のツアーでとても楽しめます。印象深かった植物は、葉の表面に細かなガラスの破片のようなものがあり、触ると数か月は腫れて大変になるというもの。館内はコアラ抱っこ写真撮影もあったり、レストラン&バーも充実していますよ。
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German Tucker, Wursthouse
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Bratwurst is great. Big portions:)
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Kuranda Hotel
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Brad K
Love the chicken parmigiana!
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Kuranda Koala Gardens
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Cat Minami
Um lindo zoológico com várias atrações legais para fazer e se ver e o melhor de tudo que vc tira foto com um Koala no seu colo. Mto lindo.
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Kuranda Homemade Ice-cream
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名物おじさん(クリフさん)が20年以上もここで営業しているアイスクリーム屋さん。日本好きで「まいう〜」「パイナッポ~」「ウィッシュ」など日本人のお客さんに流行語やギャグ等を交えてお客さんと雑談しながらとても楽しいおじさんです(その分待機時間は長い)。アイスクリームはシングル4AUD、ダブル7AUD。地元QLD原産のマカダミアを頂きました。美味しい。
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Kuranda Railway Tea Rooms
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I waited several minutes to be acknowledged let alone served despite there being many staff and only one other customer.
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Annabel's Pies
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Alberto Estruch
Amazing pies for only $5. Try the steak, bacon, egg and cheese pie.
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RainForeStation
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rentaro fujiwara
Not worth the money and the time! Very touristy attractions and everything is ridiculously expensive... Don't go there
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Kuranda Fudge Bar & Tea Room
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Andy Khap
Combo is one love❤️
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Cafe Kuranda
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Great service and good food at a reasonable price. A winner in my book!
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Kuranda Village Centre
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Nur Khamdah
Kuranda市街の中心部にあるショッピングモール。お土産に最適な小物類や飲み物などがたくさん売られていて、ぶらぶら散策するだけでも十分に楽しめます。
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Village Vibe Cafe
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Mattijs Cuppens
Best BLT Croissant ever! The iced chai was also delish. Happy, friendly service. Next time I'm in Kuranda this is where I will be eating.
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Kuranda Village Cafe, Bar And Grill
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Adrian Sequeira
Must try the tasting plate of Croc, Emu and Kangaroo
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Kuranda Markets
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Very quiet on a Monday, almost all places shut.
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Barron Falls Hotel
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Nicholas McConnell
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Petit Cafe
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Diamond in the rough! Best coffee in the hills. Local biodynamic blends. Crepes are tres bon... Worth seeking it out in the old Kuranda Markets. Viva la cafe!
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Kurandaで人気のコーヒーショップ。日本語が話せるスタッフさんがいらっしゃいます。オーストラリアはイタリア系移民の影響でコーヒーはエスプレッソが基本で、ドリップコーヒーはありません。こちらでラテを頂きました。ホットですがグラスで提供されました。コーヒー豆もお店の奥で買えます。お土産にも好適です。
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Rainforest View Restaurant
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Gary Lum
Last visit 8 years ago was average - worse this time! Never again
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Windmill Cafe
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Martin Bassie
Friendly service and tasty snacks. Try the delicious fresh juices.
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I was really happy with the visit , most of the birds are friendly ❤️
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Kangazims Cafe
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Cibo pessimo e servizio lentissimo e scortese. Da evitare!!! Attenzione propinano anche pane ammuffito e formaggi da dimenticare. Meglio stare a digiuno. (1 of 4 petals via Fondu)
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Australian Butterfly Sanctuary
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Blue Butterfly, Ulysses
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