Kuranda Festival 2015

Created by kvic_staff under Easter in the Park 2018 on Tuesday 29th of September 2015

Roll up…roll up!!! The Circus is coming to town on Sunday 18th October 2015.

circusThe theme this year is the ‘Circus Comes to Town’ to mark the 127th anniversary of the official survey of Kuranda, with a full day of free entertainment planned.

Expect the usual popular events including the Bash of the Barron River Raft Race and the German Sausage Eating Competition plus a new challenge with the Inaugural Croc Swim across the Barron River.

There will be free circus workshops in Centenary Park with Dream State Circus, Cycas Circus and aerialist Louise Kohn teaching circus tricks and showing off their amazing skills with performances throughout the day.

Four face painters will be transforming children’s faces into clowns and the person with the best costume will be awarded Best Dressed Clown.

Free mini golf at the Original Rainforest Markets, magic shows, jumping castles, horse and carriage rides and an ice cream eating competition are included in the festivitiesbikeshowpostr.

The day kicks off with the Kuranda Poets Breakfast at Frogs Restaurant and then a great line-up of bikes will roar in for the 8th Kuranda Motorcycle Show in Therwine Street between the two markets.

The Kuranda Arts Co-op will have an art display at their Coondoo Street gallery with book signing by Buck Richardson, Honey and Spice Ukulele Group will be performing and Kuranda Candy Kitchen will be holding lolly making demonstrations.

Kuranda Festival is a great community event celebrating the colourful lifestyle that the locals enjoy sharing with visitors to their village in the rainforest.

 

Download the 2015 Kuranda Festival Programme here

Download the 2015 Bash of the Barron Registration form here


 

THE INAUGURAL CROC SWIM

Sunday, 18th October 2015

Tropical North Queensland’s bravest will be competing in the inaugural Croc Swim at the Kuranda Festival on October 18.

The upper reaches of the Barron River at Kuranda were the habitat for a number of freshwater crocodiles with the reptiles regularly seen by visitors on the Kuranda Riverboat Cruise.

Kuranda locals happily coexist with these crocodiles and swim in the Barron River so a challenge has been put out for a 100m swimming race in this beautiful stretch of the river. For more information contact Marc Sleeman on 0427 592 203

Bash of the Barron River

 

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