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November News in Kuranda

Kuranda has been the home of the Djabugay people for tens of thousands of years. They called Kuranda, Ngunbay, which means platypus. The Djabugay people are great story tellers as that is how they have shared their culture through the generations. Kuranda Information Centre volunteer Errol Hunter is continuing that…

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Rainforestation Wins Gold Tourism Award

Rainforestation Nature Park has won the highly contended Qantas Award for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Tourism for its Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience at the Queensland Tourism Awards. The award was received only hours after Premier Palaszczuk announced 2020 will be the year of indigenous Tourism, marking a significant year ahead…

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Electric Bus in Kuranda in Cairns

First electric bus in Queensland comes to Kuranda

Tropic Wings Cairns Tours & Charters’ electric bus makes its inaugural trip up the Kuranda Range this week. The new Yutong E12 is environmentally friendly with zero emissions, and is the first 100% electric bus to be used commercially in Queensland. The battery charge lasts approximately 350km, far beyond the…

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Sweet Kuranda

Sweet Kuranda

Satisfying your sweet tooth is easily done at Kuranda where sugary treats, home-made ice creams and other sweet delights are around every corner.

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