Celebrate Easter at Kuranda

Kuranda will host the inaugural Great Easter Egg Drop on Easter Saturday (March 30) showering people visiting the Village in the Rainforest with 5000 Easter eggs throughout the day.


Highland thrills

They call themselves the NQ Scots, but don’t let the kilts and bagpipes fool you. This is no ordinary Scottish band. Keyboards, bass, mandolin, bouzouki, banjo and even Japanese taiko drums are among the assorted instruments wielded by this fun-loving band of 13 as they add a twist to favourites like Amazing Grace.


Naturally nice

Coffee and ginger from the Atherton Tableland is being transformed into organic sweets at the Kuranda Candy Kitchen. Owners Chris Top and Mel Donnollan have been working late into the night to avoid the humidity which plays havoc with the handmade candy making process, and have come up with the new organic, vegan and gluten free treats which are perfect for people with allergies.


French fusion

Fancy some traditional soupe a l’oignon, foie gras or escargot? It’s now being dished up in Kuranda at the newly opened Le Jardin BYO restaurant.


Skyrail’s Nature Diary

The stress of the late wet season has triggered a few big flowering episodes resulting in late fruiting.


News at a glace for February

Aussie jewellery popular

Dragon amulets have been in hot demand at the Bico jewellery store in Therwine St as Chinese visitors explore the Village in the Rainforest during their Chinese New Year holidays. Bico Kuranda owner Tsutomu Kusano said the Australian-made jewellery was a popular souvenir for many Asian tourists who looked for pendants and bracelets that had personal significance for them.


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