Visit our dedicated volunteers for friendly advice on where to stay, what to do or just chat with a local. Most of our volunteers have lived in the village for many years and can provide you with comprehensive and accurate information on all tours, attractions and services. We also offer a booking service and complimentary maps and brochures in our region. The Centre has an excellent range of locally made artwork, gifts and books on the region and is the current keeping place for local artefacts held for display on behalf of the Djabugay people, the Traditional Owners in this region. Learn about the Wet Tropics in our Interpretive corner and meet our live spider, stick insect and small reptile displays. Enquire about our Indigenous Conversations and Yarn-up Tours. Download the Kuranda Village Map and Self-Guided Walking Trail here. | Download the Public Arts Trail brochure for more information about the public artworks you will see in and around Kuranda | (07) 4093 9311 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kuranda Visitor Information Centre is a Tourism Queensland accredited centre and a member of the Queensland Information Centres Association. The centre is located in Centenary Park at the top end of Coondoo Street. The Kuranda Visitor Information Centre is your first stop on the way to the Atherton Tablelands and the Savannah Way and with the yellow i sign you will be sure of a genuine quality information provider.
If you would like more information about visiting the Kuranda – Village in the Rainforest, please contact us and one of our friendly visitor centre staff members will get back to you, or download our Kuranda Map and Walking Guide.
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