Kuranda Visitor Information Centre
The Kuranda Visitor Information Centre is a Tourism Queensland accredited centre and is a member of the Queensland Information Centre Association. The centre is located in Centenary Park at the top end of Coondoo Street. With the yellow i sign you will be sure of a genuine quality information provider.
The Kuranda Visitor Information centre acts as the gateway to the Atherton Tablelands/Cairns Highlands with the second highest visitor numbers recorded in the region.
With a wealth of local and regional knowledge, our volunteers will be able to advise and help you plan your time in the village and assist in booking tours in the region. 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. There is an extensive brochure display that also includes maps and regional brochures.
Locals also use the VIC as a source of information for local events and also newcomers to the area can source any community service through the centre. Maps and information on walking tracks are available for purchase.
The Visitor Information Centre is next door to the toilet facilities with work by local artists showcased in and around the building. A public telephone is located outside the centre, with international phone cards available for purchase at the centre.
ATM and Money Exchange. ATM machines located at: BP Service Station, Heritage Markets, Bendigo Bank, Barron Falls Hotel, Kuranda Hotel Motel, Money Exchange Service – Bendigo Bank, Trading Post (limited).
Disabled Access. Visit Wheelie Easy for further information about wheelchair access throughout Cairns – www.wheelieeasy.com.au
The Kuranda Visitor Information Centre was purpose built by the Mareeba Shire Council during the Main Street Programme. This was an initiate of the Kuranda Village Promotion Programme in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce with assistance from the Shire Council. The Centre took 12 months of planning involving Kuranda businesses, builders and artists and was opened on the 22nd May 2000. An enthusiastic team of volunteers has worked in the Centre since it opened and it is now the focal point for information to locals and visitors as well as the travel industry, showcasing the whole region.
For more information, please contact the Kuranda Visitor Information Centre directly on phone (07) 4093 9311 or email email@example.com Centre Co-ordinator is Cathy Harvey, mobile 0407 758 645.