Kuranda has been home to the Djabugay Aboriginal people for more than 10,000 years. This vibrant indigenous culture continues to thrive today.Did you know you can cuddle a koala at Kuranda?  The Kuranda Koala Gardens is open 7 days a week.A gentle cruise on the Barron River is a great way to see the rainforest.  Keep an eye out for crocodiles.Browse through Kuranda's many art and craft galleries to view unique artworks and find the perfect gift or souvenir.Kuranda has the only life-size replica skeleton of a meat-eating Allosaurus Dinosaur in Queensland. Kids love it!

Welcome to Kuranda

The picturesque mountain retreat of Kuranda Village is just 25km northwest of Cairns in Far North Queensland, Australia and is surrounded by World Heritage Rainforest.


Getting Here

Getting Here

ThingsTo Do

ThingsTo Do

Markets

Markets

What's On

What’s On

Accommodation

Accommodation

Visitor Info

Visitor Info


About Kuranda Tourism

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Kuranda is well known as the Village in the Rainforest and has been attracting visitors for well over a century. Initially people came to admire the mighty Barron Falls, while artisans were attracted to the region’s natural beauty and decided to call it home, creating a vibrant arts and craft culture.

Today people flock to this tiny village to enjoy both of these things, the stunning natural beauty and the relaxed atmosphere of the local markets, selling unique souvenirs and gift items. The Village in the Rainforest is open 7 days a week and Tourism Kuranda invites you to spend some time enjoying the many things to see and do in this little piece of paradise.



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