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Sail Low Isles Coral Cay
Book a Sailaway Low Isles Afternoon Departure 1pm Afternoon departure 3 hrs at Low Isles Snorkelling Glass bottom boat Departs Island at 5pm Canape's & drink

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Return hotel transfers, freshly brewed coffee, scones, jam & cream, Sundowner and Canapes
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SilverSonic
Silversonic Explore 3 outer edge reef locations at Agincourt Ribbon Reef in superb style and comfort. Enjoy over 5 hours exploring the delights of this underwater world.

REEF ADVENTURE!

- Swim with Whales (if encountered)
- Ultra modern Catamaran
- Fastest vessel to the reef
- Super smooth
- 3 of the best reef locations
- 5 hours of actual reef time
- Permit to swim with whales
FROM $245 Per Adult
Silversonic has one of very few permits allowing you to swim with Minke Whales if they are encountered.
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Dan's Mountain Biking- Cape Trib
Mountain biking at Cape Tribulation is a fun and active way to explore the tropical rainforest. There are plenty of mountain streams to stop, cool off and refresh yourself

You'll get sweaty!

- You'll get dirty!
- You may even get wet!
- But you'll also get hooked!
- All Safety gear is provided
FROM $185 Per Person
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Quicksilver Outer Reef
Quicksilver Outer Reef combines an unforgettable Outer Reef cruise to Agincourt Ribbon Reef including a thrilling 10 minute Scenic Reef Flight

REEF FROM THE AIR!

- 10 minute Helicopter Flight
- Semi-Submarine
- Underwater Observatory
- Snorkelling
- Lunch
FROM $419 Per Adult
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Barron River Rafting - Foaming
Barron River Rafting 2 hours of rafting Grade 3 rapids in the Barron Gorge National Park. All tuition provided.

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- Port Douglas hotel transfers
- Pick-up 1:15 pm
- Return 6:30 pm
FROM $153 Per Person
- Includes National Park Fees
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Kuranda in a Day

Kuranda Village ex Port Douglas
  • Kuranda Train & Skyrail
  • Free time in Kuranda Village
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Port Tours - Port Douglas offer a range of Kuranda packages departing from Port Douglas daily including self drive options for holiday makers with their own vehicle.  Discover the 'Village in the Rainforest'. Interact with birds, butterflies and koalas, visit the renowned Kuranda markets, experience Skyrail and Kuranda Scenic Rail....more info

Grand Kuranda - All inclusive

Kuranda, Train, Skyrail, Rainforestation
  • Koala Park | Army Duck
  • Butterfly Sanctuary & Lunch
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The Grand Kuranda Experience is the best way to maximise your Kuranda Train & Skyrail Australian Experience.  Experience indigenous culture including the Pamagirri Dancers, learn how to throw a boomerang, see native wildlife, visit the Butterfly Sanctuary, ride the Army Duck and World Heritage Rainforest all in one spectacular all inclusive day.  This tour includes lunch...more info

Skyrail

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
  • One Way / Return Skyrail
  • Free time in Kuranda Village
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Skyrail Rainforest Cableway will take you on an amazing experience over Australia’s World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest canopy and deep into the forest. Gliding just metres above the rainforest canopy, the Skyrail journey travels to Kuranda the village in the rainforest...more info

Kuranda in a Day - Self Drive

Self Drive Skyrail up & Train down
  • Skyrail up to Kuranda in the morning
  • Free time in Kuranda
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Self-Drive Skyrail up, Train Down in summary: This tour is ideal for self-drivers who prefer to do the Skyrail in the morning followed by the Train in the afternoon.  The Gold Class Train departs Kuranda at 3.30pm.  Self-drive to Skyrail on the Captain Cook Highway, Smithfield.  Leave your car in the car park - free of charge...more info

Skyrail & Wildlife Experience

Skyrail & Wildlife Parks
  • Skyrail Cableway
  • Kuranda Wildlife Experience
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The Kuranda Train, Skyrail & Wildlife Parks pack  combines the famous Kuranda Scenic Rail and Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and entry into 3 Wildlife Parks in Kuranda Village...more info

Tjapukai Culture Park Combos

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway & Tjapukai
  • Aboriginal Dance, History, Legends
  • Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
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Skyrail Rainforest Cableway & Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park:   A cultural experience, located within walking distance of Skyrails Smithfield Terminal, Tjapukai combines dance, history and legends to create a dynamic interpretation of 40,000 years of culture.  Then visit World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest canopy deep in the forest. Glide just metres above the rainforest canopy, the Skyrail journey travels to Kuranda the village in the rainforest...more info

Gold Class Train + Skyrail

Train with Gold Class & Skyrail
  • Kuranda Scenic Railway Gold Class
  • Skyrail Cableway
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Skyrail Rainforest Cableway will take you on an amazing experience over Australia’s World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest canopy and deep into the forest. Gliding just metres above the rainforest canopy, the Skyrail journey travels to Kuranda the village in the rainforest.

Kuranda Scenic Railway with Gold Class provides a premium experience for passengers wanting extra comfort and a little bit of luxury for a most memorable experience.

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Classic Kuranda Experience

Army Duck, Pamagirri Dance, Koalas
  • Skyrail, Train, Lunch, Rainforestation
  • All Inclusive Day Trip
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Classic Kuranda Experience is the best way to maximise your Kuranda experience. Watch an indigenous dance performance, see native wildlife and ride the Army Duck amphibious vehicle.  BBQ lunch and return hotel transfers are included.  ...more info

Kuranda Train + Skyrail Canopy Glider

Kuranda Train & Skyrail Canopy Glider
  • Open-air Gondola
  • Accompanied by a Skyrail Ranger
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Train & Skyrail Open Air Canopy Glider:  Breathtaking, uninterrupted 360 degree panoramic views of the Tropical North Queensland region. Take in this spectacular tropical rainforest adventure from the unique viewing perspective of Skyrail’s Canopy Glider.  Accompanied by a Skyrail Ranger and with a maximum of 4 guests, the Canopy Glider combines a thrilling rainforest adventure with personalised interpretation of the plants, animals and history which surround you...more info

2 Day Quicksilver & Kuranda

Agincourt Reef, Kuranda Train & Skyrail
  • Outer Reef Pontoon & Semi-Sub
  • Kuranda Train & Skyrail
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Quicksilvers 2 Day Reef & Kuranda package includes a day at Agincourt Reef & the Kuranda Train & Skyrail experience on day two.  Agincourt is a magnificent ribbon reef where you can snorkel, dive or stay dry and explore the stunning reef from the comfort of a Quicksilver semi-submarine. Quicksilver is Australia's most awarded reef cruise company.  On day two experience Kuranda Scenic Rail and famous Skyrail Cableway with free time in Kuranda.  This is a relaxing scenic day trip. ...more info

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Kuranda Train

Getting to Kuranda is all part of the experience and one that you will cherish onboard the Kuranda Scenic Railway. Rising from sea level to 328m, the journey to Kuranda passes through World Heritage protected tropical rainforest, spectacular waterfalls and along the awesome Barron Gorge. Authentic timber carriages will transport you on the journey through 15 hand-hewn tunnels and across 37 bridges, that stand as a monument to the pioneers of tropical North Queensland. Travel time is approximately 1 hour 45 minutes from Cairns to Kuranda with two morning departures from either Cairns Railway Station or Freshwater Station and two afternoon departures from Kuranda Station. Make sure you put some time aside to explore the delightful Kuranda Station, featuring heritage-listed buildings that blend with the tropical surroundings. The Kuranda Railway Tea Rooms at the station is a great opportunity to rest, have a refreshment and enjoy the surrounds.

Skyrail Cableway

The Skyrail Cableway is a spectacular experience allowing guests a unique opportunity to observe the rainforest from above and below. Stretching 7.5km from Cairns to Kuranda, the Skyrail gondolas glide just metres above the tropical rainforest canopy before descending through the canopy layers and deep into the heart of the forest at Skyrail’s two rainforest mid-stations - Red Peak and Barron Falls. Here you can explore the forest on boardwalks and easy access walkways. Complimentary Ranger guided boardwalk tours operate regularly at Red Peak Station, and Barron Falls Station features a fascinating Rainforest Interpretation Centre and spectacular look-outs.

The journey in total takes 1.5hrs one way with the gondolas operating continuously throughout the day. Each gondola seats up to 6 people and is suitable for people of all ages and abilities. The gondola cabins can accommodate most standard type wheelchairs or Skyrail can provide the complimentary use of a wheelchair (subject to availability) during the experience. There are 32 tower sites in total with the highest being 40.5 metres (133 feet) high. Red Peak is Skyrail’s highest station at 545 metres above sea level (1,788 feet). The Kuranda Station sits at 336 metres (1,100 feet) and Caravonica Terminal is only 5 metres above sea level (16 feet). Skyrail is spectacular on a fine day and sensational in the wet. Travelling through the mist in your fully enclosed gondola cabin, you will see the rainforest come to life in the rain. This amazing experience is not to be missed, and remains the most environmentally sensitive cableway project in the world.

Kuranda Village

Kuranda Village is a vibrant little town surrounded by World Heritage Rainforest, located just 25km north-west from Cairns on the Atherton Tablelands. This unique rainforest village put its mark on the map initially in the 1960's, as the hippie generation embraced the alternative lifestyle. As new settlers arrived they brought along with them a range of artistic talents and imagination, establishing Kuranda as an arts and crafts nexus. The Kuranda Markets soon followed with the opening of the Kuranda Original Rainforest Markets in 1978 aimed at attracting visitors to Kuranda. Open-air market stalls sold arts, crafts and local home-grown produce, whilst buskers and fortune-tellers entertained the crowds.

Over the years, Kuranda has become recognised a great place to shop. The markets are still a main attraction of the village today, and with the added wildlife attractions, restaurants, cafes & bars, plus the famous scenic Kuranda Train and Skyrail, the community continues to prosper.

Kuranda Markets

Everyone knows Kuranda is famous for its markets. The Village features two market locations - the Original Markets and the Heritage Markets, both of which are open every day of the year.

The Kuranda Original Rainforest Markets began in 1978 led by a group of local arts & crafts people looking to attract visitors to Kuranda. Today the Original Markets has retained its atmosphere, with many local artists and personalities still involved 25 – 30 years on. Renovated in 2005, this market has lost none of its rustic charm with a strong eco-conscious focus on organic, recycled, natural, holistic and remedial products.

The Kuranda Heritage Markets has been established for over 20 years and is home to the Kuranda Wildlife Experience where you can enjoy a combined day visiting the Kuranda Koala Gardens, Birdworld Kuranda and the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary. Locally designed and produced clothing, Aboriginal arts and crafts, Australian made adventure wear as well as quality Akubra hats, whips, belts and accessories are just some of the goods to be found within this open plan, undercover complex. Local Aboriginal tribes design and manufacture many of the Didgeridoos and boomerangs that you will see available at the Kuranda Heritage Markets. Best buys are the hand-made local products and quality Australiana such as opals, wood-art, didgeridoos and other authentic Aboriginal artifacts.

Kuranda Rainforest Walks

The rainforest is now easily accessible to walkers with the opening of six new walking tracks in and around the rainforest village. The Kuranda Rainforest Story walks, part of the Queensland Heritage Trails Network, are all linked and each provide a different experience.

The Jumrum Creek Walk is an easy 30 minute walk that descends to the crossing over Jumrum Creek and climbs gently up to Barron Falls Road. Visitors can retrace their steps or link onto the well sign-posted Kuranda village circuit walk, which continues along the Jungle and River walks to the railway station and returns through the village to complete the circuit.

The Village Walk saunters up from the Skyrail Terminal & Kuranda Train Station, where you can wander at your leisure amongst the shops, markets stalls, cafes and restaurants.

The River Walk is a pleasant 30 minute riverside stroll along a tree-shaded esplanade, this connects to the start of Jungle Walk.

The Barron Falls Road Walk travels through a green tunnel along Barron Falls Road,  finishing at the Barron Falls lookout – a 200 metre deep gorge in the middle of the rainforest offering sensational views. Best time to visit is during the wet season after a deluge of monsoonal rain when the Barron Falls puts on a spectacular show.

The Jungle Walk is a short 20 minute link walk to the Barron River, that passes through a regenerating forest, showing how quickly rainforest can re-establish in a cleared area.

The Kuranda Backstreets Walk will take you behind the main street to see how Kuranda lives – from the Djabugay to the families of the pioneer settlers to the more recent arrivals. View local architecture that ranges from traditional tropical colonial to homemade to more modern styles.

Australian Butterfly Sanctuary

The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is the largest butterfly flight aviary and exhibit in Australia. Home to over 1500 magnificent tropical butterflies including the blue Ulysses, Cairns Birdwing and Red Lacewing, which are all free to flutter amidst this all-weather rainforest environment. The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary breeds its butterflies from eggs laid naturally in the huge aviary, this provides them with not only all the eggs they need in order to maintain their usual population of between 1500 and 2000 butterflies, but also enough in surplus to supply other breeders in Australia - including the Melbourne Zoo butterfly house.

Take a visit to the "engine room" of the butterfly sanctuary, the caterpillars breeding nursery, where you’ll see the caterpillars in their various stages of development and also get to see where some of the newly emerged butterflies “hang out” before being released into the main aviary. A 35 minute guided tour will take you through the aviary and laboratory where you can learn about the butterfly's life cycle and behaviour. Remember to wear brightly coloured clothes on the day, butterflies are attracted to bright colours!

Kuranda Koala Gardens

Set right in the heart of Kuranda Village within the Heritage Markets, the Kuranda Koala Gardens is a beautiful boutique wildlife park where visitors can cuddle a koala, sit down beside wallabies and get very close to some iconic Aussie animals. This intimate little park is an easy attraction to tag into your Kuranda day, and perfect as a family-friendly activity.

A popular highlight for visitors is the opportunity to cuddle a koala for a treasured souvenir photo.  Also on display are wombats, freshwater crocodiles and lizards, monitors and other reptiles including snakes! Kuranda Koala Gardens offers a unique 'up close' experience with pythons where you can enter their domain in Australia's first 'Walk Through Snake House'. Allocate yourself about 30 minutes to take a good look around the park. You can also combine a visit here with the adjacent Birdworld and Australian Butterfly Sanctuary as part of the Kuranda Wildlife Experience pass.

Birdworld

Just a brief walk from the Koala Gardens is Birdworld Kuranda. Naturally landscaped with waterfalls, ponds, exotic and native plants; Birdworld Kuranda replicates the natural habitats of almost 80 species that freely roam this unque rainforest immersion exhibit. Spot cassowaries, increasingly rare in the wild, as well as bowerbirds, parrots and lorikeets. You’ll also see international visitors such as South American macaws, and have the chance to hand-feed rainbow lorikeets, cheeky cockatoos and other Australian birds. Birdworld provides a wonderful interactive and pleasant experience as the birds fly freely in the sanctuary. All birds have had regular contact with humans, and as a result are very tame, you can even hand feed them and get some great close up photos to prove it. Bird food is available for purchase on entry.

Birdworld Kuranda is open from 9.00am to 4.00pm daily, 7 days a week. The sanctuary is nestled within the Heritage Markets and connected by walkways to both the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary and Koala Gardens, so you can easily complete the whole Kuranda Wildlife Experience in a day.

Rainforestation

Rainforestation offers a little bit of everything - rainforest, wildlife, culture - to complete a tropical north experience.

The Army Duck Rainforest Tours allow you to experience the tropical rainforest from a totally unique perspective both on land and water. Rainforestation has 12 original World War II Army Duck vehicles, that traverse part of the property on a 45 minute guided rainforest tour. Your knowledgeable Duck Captain / Guide will point out and explain ferns, orchids, strangler figs and stinging trees, as well as birds such as the Azure Kingfisher and a host of other animals and reptiles.

Handfeed the free roaming kangaroos and wallabies in the wildlife park. Observe the tiger quoll, and the endangered cassowary, see wombats and lace monitors, and view local snakes and other reptiles. A guided tour of the Wildlife Park will provide an indepth summary of all of the animal species, and describe the quirky traits of the individual animals themselves.

The Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience takes approximately 1 hour, including the Pamagirri Aboriginal Dance Show held in the Rainforest Amphitheatre, and the Dreamtime Walk. This natural rainforest setting provides a beautiful backdrop for The Pamagirri Corroboree; a traditional dance performance depicting aspects of indigenous culture including animals, food gathering and hunting.

Rainforestation is situated five minutes from Kuranda Village, with shuttle-buses frequently departing for the short transfer. This attraction offers a wonderful, fun family experience and is perfect for those short of time and wanting the complete experience in one package.

Find out more:
The Ultimate Kuranda Experience including Butterfly Sanctuary & Rainforestation

Dining in Kuranda

Never could you imagine that one tiny village could host such a multitude of dining options from around the world. Starting with the Australiana experience why not introduce yourself to a Crocodile, Emu, Kangaroo, or Barramundi burgers at the Kuranda Village Café Bar & Grill. Sample a little taste of France at the Petit Café Creperie. Grab yourself an authentic German sausage, Bratwurst, Kransky or Weiss Wurst and wash it down with a German Beer at the German Tucker cafe. Bringing a piece of Scotland to the tropics, sink your teeth into some fresh homemade fudge, scones and shortbread at the Kuranda Fudge Bar and finally finish off with a bag of candy made fresh before your eyes at the Kuranda Candy Kitchen. For the health concious Sweet Leaf Living Foods is located in the Kuranda Original Markets, this cute, quirky little cafe serves organic fresh juices, smoothies, scrumptious salads and guilt-free sweets & snacks.

Travstar Team Top 10 Kuranda Must Do's

  1. Sample some new innovative flavours at the Candy Kitchen
  2. Shop and discover some great finds at the fashion boutiques
  3. Sit in the park under the tree and enjoy lunch while the kids play
  4. Enjoy the pleasant surrounds of the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary
  5. Grab yourself a Weiss Wurst or Kransky from the German Tucker
  6. Take a rainforest walk around the village outskirts
  7. Cuddle a koala and pat a wallaby at the Kuranda Koala Gardens
  8. Have a round of mini golf at the Original Markets
  9. Treat yourself to a home-made tropical icecream
  10. Explore the original Aboriginal art galleries

Getting There

The township may be reached by road via the Kuranda Range from Cairns, make sure you stop on the way to enjoy the magnificent view of the Coral Sea from the Henry Ross Lookout.  Alternatively, as part of the complete Kuranda experience take the historic Kuranda Scenic Railway to Kuranda followed by the environmentally friendly Skyrail skimming the rainforest canopy on return. Many visitors choose to combine both of these experiences into a package, and day combos including the Kuranda attractions are very popular. The beauty of Kuranda is that the day is flexible and can be tailored to suit.

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Kuranda Self Drive

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Barron River Rafting - Foaming
Barron River Rafting 2 hours of rafting Grade 3 rapids in the Barron Gorge National Park. All tuition provided.

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Sail Low Isles Coral Cay
Book a Sailaway Low Isles Afternoon Departure 1pm Afternoon departure 3 hrs at Low Isles Snorkelling Glass bottom boat Departs Island at 5pm Canape's & drink

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