Kuranda Visitor Information Centre





Visitor Information Centre

Opening times: 7 days a week 10am- 4pm. Closed on Christmas Day

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. With the yellow i sign you will be sure of a genuine quality information provider.

The Kuranda Visitor Information Centre is your first stop on the way to the Atherton Tablelands/Cairns Highlands and the Savannah Way.

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.

Take a virtual walk through our Centre

As well as maps and brochures, discover the Wet Tropics and the rich culture of the Djabugay people – we are currently the keeping place for local Indigenous artefacts being held on behalf of the Djabugay people. Our retail space showcases local artists’ work and books on the region. We also offer a range of gifts that are hand made locally.

Some suggestions for your visit:

Take a self-guided walk through the rainforest – download the brochure here or pick up a copy from the centre


ATM and Money Exchange. ATM machines located at: BP Service Station, Heritage Markets, Original Rainforest Markets, Bendigo Bank, Barron Falls Hotel, Kuranda Hotel Motel, with a Money Exchange Service at the Bendigo Bank in Coondoo Street and at Buzz Tours in Therwine Street.

Disabled Access.
We have a disabled toilet situated in the main public convenience complex. There is a courtesy shuttle bus from the Skyrail/Railway stations to carry visitors to the markets. This runs every 15 minutes until 2.50pm.   To assist our visitors, we do have a pushchair (age 6 months and over) and wheelchair available for hire for a small fee.

Traffic reports and road conditions. Call 13 19 40 to access real-time information on traffic conditions across Queensland. You can also report an incident or traffic jam. Visit www.qldtraffic.qld.gov.au for updates and live traffic camera feeds or follow them on Twitter @QLDTrafficFNNQ for the Far North and Northern districts.

Kuranda Range SMS traffic alerts. Transport and Main Roads Cairns district office offers a free SMS service to alert registered users of current incidents that result in delays of more than 30 minutes or a full road closure. SMS updates are available for Kuranda Range, Gillies Range and Captain Cook Highway between Palm Cove and Craiglie. You can subscribe for 24-hour updates or 6am-9pm updates. Visit http://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/trafficalerts to subscribe for SMS updates or call 131940.

Emergencies and Disasters. The Mareeba Shire region is vulnerable to natural and non-natural hazards which have the potential to create disaster events. To ensure an effective and efficient response to and recovery from a disaster event, it is important to have effective and coordinated disaster management arrangements in place. For more information and links, visit the Mareeba Shire Council website.

Mareeba Shire Council has officially released a community awareness guide, aimed at keeping locals and tourists safe when exploring the Shire – you can download this guide here or pick up a copy from the Kuranda Visitor Information Centre.


For more information, download the Kuranda Map and Visitor Guide or contact the Kuranda Visitor Information Centre directly on phone (07) 4093 9311; mobile 0417 261 522 email info@kuranda.org

Postal Address:
PO Box 860
Kuranda, Qld 4881



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