Best things to do in Kuranda

Are you planning a trip to Kuranda? This article covers all the very best things to do in Kuranda, including tourist attractions, activities and places to visit.

The Queensland Travel Guide acknowledges the Djabugay People, the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Kuranda is situated. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continued spiritual and cultural connections to Country. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.

Kuranda is a picturesque mountain village approximately 25 kilometres from Cairns in Far North Queensland. Surrounded by the World Heritage listed rainforest of the Barron Gorge National Park, this popular tourist destination is known for its stunning scenery, wildlife and cultural heritage.

With so many destinations competing for your attention, is Kuranda worth visiting? The answer is it most definitely is!

While many people take a day trip to Kuranda from Cairns, there is plenty to see and do, making it well worth staying for a few days. Some of the things to do Kuranda offers include visiting one of the many wildlife parks, including the Kuranda Koala Gardens and Birdworld Kuranda, where you can see various animals, such as koalas, kangaroos, and exotic birds. 

For those interested in local culture, Kuranda attractions such as the Kuranda Aboriginal Cultural Park offer a unique and interactive experience, showcasing the rich heritage of the local Djabugay people.

Other Kuranda activities include visiting the markets to shop for unique souvenirs locally-made arts and crafts, or to try delicious tropical fruits and snacks. With a range of stalls selling everything from handmade jewellery to exotic spices, the markets offer a true taste of the local culture.

If you’re considering spending a few days in Kuranda sightseeing, this guide will help you decide exactly what to do in Kuranda. It covers a broad range of activities, including all the popular Kuranda tourist attractions and all the essential information such as locations, opening hours and ticket prices where necessary.

So let’s get into it and help you discover all the best things to do and things to see in Kuranda.

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Before we get started on all the Kuranda things to see and do to help you plan your itinerary, check out the map below. This map shows the location of all the things to do at Kuranda covered in this guide.

It’s recommended you first make your Kuranda to do list and then use this map to plan your daily itinerary so you’re not travelling back and forth all over the village.


Below we cover all the top things to do and places to visit around Kuranda.

1 Kuranda Scenic Railway

When most people think of Kuranda, they think of the world-famous Kuranda Scenic Railway. This historic railway, dating back to 1891, offers an unforgettable journey – it’s one of the best Kuranda day trips from Cairns. 

This spectacular train journey chugs past the coastal plains of Cairns and winds its way up through the dense, heritage-listed rainforest, offering passengers breathtaking views of steep ravines, cascading waterfalls and the spectacular Barron Gorge.

Originally built to transport supplies to mine workers, many lives were lost during construction due to dangerous working conditions while building to a staggering elevation of 327 metres above sea level. 

The train journey takes just under two hours and goes through 15 tunnels, takes 93 curves and travels across 37 bridges over deep ravines and beside tumbling waterfalls. 

You’ll get spectacular views of Stoney Creek Falls and Barron Falls before arriving in Kuranda.

The comfortable, refurbished train carriages ooze historic charm with their polished wood. As you travel, a commentary is played to share details about how the railway was constructed and points out various photo opportunities.

There is one short stop along the train journey at Din Din (Barron Falls) station, so you can enjoy the stunning views and take some photos. 

This is a must-do activity if you’re looking for what to do. Kuranda Scenic Railway will definitely be the highlight of your visit. 

Location: The train leaves from Cairns and Freshwater Station.

Hours: There are two departure times from each Station in the morning and two from Kuranda in the afternoon.

Price: Heritage Class Adults return $76 | Kids return $38 | Family return $190 (Gold Class, Locals Fare and Royale Class are also available) – Click here to book online 

There are various package options, including return tickets, entry into multiple attractions in Kuranda and a combined journey with the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. Check here to see what’s available.

2 White water rafting 

Kuranda may be a pretty rainforest village, but not too far away, you can enjoy the thrills and spills of hurtling down Barron Gorge with spray in your face on a white water rafting adventure. 

What better way to enjoy this wild landscape than being propelled down the grade three rapids of Barron River with an experienced guide.

Foaming Fury offers a half-day white water rafting tour – click here for more information. 

3 Din Din (Barron Falls)

This tiered waterfall is created by the Barron River descending from the Atherton Tablelands to the Cairns coastal plain, and it’s best seen after substantial rainfall to get the impressive impact. 

While many people view Barron Falls on the Kuranda Scenic Railway or the Skyrail, you can also visit by road via the Kennedy Highway or via a walking track in the upper section of Barron Gorge National Park.

So, if you’re travelling on a budget and looking for what to do in Kuranda for free, you can still enjoy this special natural attraction.

Location: Centenary Park, Coondoo St, Kuranda
Opening: Always open
Price: Free

4 Skyrail Rainforest Cableway

The Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is another fantastic way to make the journey to or from Kuranda, and it’s another one of the popular Kuranda day trips from Cairns.

The Kuranda Skyrail is a 7.5-kilometre journey where you glide above the pristine, ancient rainforest and enjoy spectacular views of Barron Gorge National Park and Red Peak in a gondola. 

With two stops to allow you to disembark and explore the rainforest, boardwalks and lookouts, it’s one of the most fabulous activities in Kuranda.

The first stop is Red Peak Station, 545 metres above sea level. You can take a short walk through an ancient pocket of rainforest and get up close with a 400-year-old kauri pine.  

Complimentary ranger-guided walks are available throughout the day if you time your visit right. 

You can enjoy spectacular Barron Gorge and Falls views from three different lookout points at the second station. It’s a pretty view year-round but is most breathtaking during the wet season after rainfall. 

The journey to or from Kuranda on the Skyrail takes around 90 minutes, allowing time to explore the two stops.

Location: 6 Skyrail Dr, Smithfield

Hours: Daily from 8.30 am to 4.45 pm | Final departure from Smithfield Terminal is 1.15 pm | Final departure from Kuranda Terminal is 3.30 pm | Skyrail’s Canopy Cafe at Smithfield Terminal is open from 8 am to 5 pm 

Price: Adult one-way $59 | Kids one-way $29.50 | Family (2A+2C) one-way $147.50 

There are various package options, including return tickets, entry into multiple attractions in Kuranda and a combined journey with the Kuranda Scenic Railway. Click here to find out more.

If you’re looking for local Aboriginal artwork from Indigenous artists, this gallery specialises in pieces that pass on cultural stories through artwork. 

Even if you aren’t in the market to buy a piece of art to carry home, it’s worth walking around to enjoy the colourful wall displays. 

Location: Doongal Gallery, 14 Coondoo Street, Kuranda Village | The Ark Gallery 22 Coondoo St, Kuranda Village
Hours: Daily from 9.30 am to 4 pm
Price: Free

6 Australian Butterfly Sanctuary

A visit to the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is one of those fun things to do in Kuranda for all the family. It’s the largest butterfly and flight aviary in the Southern Hemisphere!

If you’re looking for Kuranda Village things to do, this tropical experience is just a short walk from Skyrail and the Kuranda Scenic Railway, so it’s easy to pop in to meet the colourful, vibrant wildlife.

Come and marvel at over 1200 butterflies fluttering around the tropical gardens, including majestic green and yellow Cairns Birdwing, Red Lacewings and Orchard butterflies. Learn from the exhibits, see the fascinating egg laying area and tour the aviary. 

Location: 8 Rob Veivers Drive, Kuranda

Hours: Daily from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm
Price: Adults $20.50 | Kids (4 to 14) $13 | Family (2A+2C) $54 – click here to book tickets online.

A range of packages and experiences are available, including entry into other Kuranda attractions and a combined journey with the Kuranda Scenic Railway – click here to see what’s available.

7 Bat Reach Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre

Established to save and support the local bat, glider and possum population, this venture is a unique wildlife attraction in Kuranda. They have a public education facility so that you can learn more about these cute, misunderstood creatures. 

Location: 13 Barang St, Kuranda

Hours: Call ahead to check if it’s open, as times vary

Price: By donation

8 Rainforestation Nature Park

If you’re looking for stuff to do in Kuranda, a fun experience is to visit the Rainforestation Nature Park.

This destination is home to several Kuranda attractions, including: 

  • Koala and Wildlife Park – get up close with Australia’s cuddliest marsupial!
  • Army Duck Rainforest Tour – experience the lush rainforest and waterways in an amphibious World War II Army Duck! 
  • Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience and Rainforest Walkabout – discover the Indigenous Australian culture in this immersive cultural experience.

It’s an amazing opportunity to enjoy the region’s unique landscape while enjoying a fun cultural and wildlife attraction. 

Location: 1030 Kennedy Hwy, Kuranda | A return shuttle is available from Kuranda
Hours: Daily from 9 am to 3.30 pm
Price: Entry to all three experiences: Adults $59 | Child $37 | Family Pass (2A+2C) $138 – click here to book tickets online.

A range of packages and experiences are available, including entry into other Kuranda attractions and a combined journey with the Kuranda Scenic Railway – Click here to find out what’s available.

9 Honey House

Pop into the Honey House to pick up some small-harvest, raw, hand-bottled honey from the local Kuranda bee hives. 

The shop sells all things honey, from various flavours of honey and fresh honeycomb squares to beeswax goods and bee-themed homewares. 

Location: 7 Therwine St, Kuranda
Hours: Monday 10.30 am to 2 pm | Thursday to Sunday 9.30 am to 3 pm | Tuesday and Wednesday closed
Price: Free to browse the shop

10 Birdworld 

Surround yourself with Australia’s vibrant birds at Birdworld Kuranda. From parrots and cassowaries to cockatoos and galahs, these beautiful, colourful breeds will keep you entertained for a morning or afternoon in this rainforest exhibit.

You can even hand feed the birds and get some great photos. 

Location: Kuranda Heritage Markets, Rob Veivers Drive, Kuranda 

Hours: Daily from 10 am to 4 pm
Price: Adults $20 | Kids $10 – Click here to book tickets online

A range of packages and experiences are available, including entry into other Kuranda attractions – Click here to find out what’s available.

11 Kuranda Riverboat Cruise

A Riverboat Cruise is a great option for a relaxing way to explore Kuranda. This serene tour takes you along the calm waters, where you’ll be surrounded by dense rainforest and can spot wildlife such as freshwater crocs, turtles, snakes, fish and birds.

A range of river cruises are available, including sunset, lunch, and explorer cruises.

Hours: Cruise times vary
Price: The basic 45 minute cruise – Adults $25 | Kids $10 | Family (2A+2C) $60 | Other cruise options are available – Click here to book online.

12 Visit a lookout 

Image credit thanks to Tourism and Events Queensland

The spectacular views are one of the best things about visiting Kuranda! Some of the region’s top lookout spots include:  

Wright’s Lookout and Glacier Rock: Enjoy spectacular views of the Barron Gorge towards Cairns. You’ll need to access Glacier Rock from the walking trail (from Kuranda via McDonald’s Track or from Speewah via the Douglas Track).

Toby’s Lookout and Bam-an Lookout: These lookouts can be viewed from Smith’s Track. You’ll be treated to amazing views across the coastal lowlands. 

Barron Falls Lookout: This walk in the upper section of the National Park is accessible for wheelchairs and buggies. Enjoy incredible views over the gorge and Barron Falls.

13 Kuranda Koala Gardens

Kuranda Koala Gardens are home to lots of Australia’s favourite animals, but koalas take centre stage at this attraction. Who doesn’t want to cuddle a koala?

You’ll also see wallabies, wombats, quokkas, gliders and crocodiles at this compact attraction! 

Location: Kuranda Heritage Markets, Rob Veivers Drive, Kuranda
Hours: Daily from 10 am to 4 pm
Price: Adults $20 | Kids $20 – Click here to book online

A range of packages and experiences are available, including entry into other Kuranda attractions – Click here to find out what’s available.

14 Heritage Markets

Image credit thanks to Tourism and Events Queensland and Andrew Watson

A perfect Kuranda rainy day activity (or even a very hot day activity) is a visit to the Heritage Markets. 

These undercover, all-weather markets are a great place to pick up local souvenirs to remind you of your stay in Kuranda. You’ll find clothes, handmade crafts, foods, spices, jewellery, local produce and everything in between!

Location: Heritage Markets, Rob Veivers Drive, Kuranda
Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am to 3.30 pm
Price: Free

If you’re looking for things to do in Kuranda Village, why not go souvenir shopping? You can pick up art prints, crafts, pottery and jewellery to take home as souvenirs of your stay at Kuranda.  

Enjoy the mural outside the shop, commissioned by George Riley, a local Indigenous artist, as part of the Cassowary Art Trail. 

This Art Trail is a collaboration between local artists and conservation projects supporting the endangered cassowary, so be sure to look out for more artwork as you explore the region.

Location: 15 Therwine St, Kuranda
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm
Price: Free to browse

16 Original Rainforest Markets

Image credit thanks to Tourism and Events Queensland and Tourism Tropical North Queensland

Another great opportunity to stock up on supplies and pick up some local art and souvenirs is the Original Rainforest Markets. These outdoor markets have a fabulous, warm and friendly atmosphere. 

Enjoy exploring the shady laneways, and don’t forget to sample the gourmet treats on offer with food stalls from around the world.  

Location: Original Rainforest Markets, 7-11 Therwine St, Kuranda

Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 9.30 am to 3 pm
Price: Free

17 Kuranda Arts Co-operative

Another gallery space to enjoy is the Kuranda Arts Co-operative, where you’ll find artwork from local artists and makers. Browse the store to pick up some handmade goods or pieces of art to take home. 

Location: 17 Coondoo St, Kuranda
Hours: Daily from 10 am to 4 pm, apart from Tuesdays from 11 am to 4 pm
Price: Free to browse

18 Kuranda Rainforest Coffee

Image credit thanks to Tourism and Events Queensland and Andrew Watson

Sip 100% Australian arabica coffee grown in the rich landscape of the Atherton Tablelands. Small batches are hand selected and roasted. It makes a great gift to take home to friends and family, and don’t forget to pick some up for yourself!

Location: 10/17 Coondoo Street,Kuranda
Hours: Daily from 8 am to 2 pm
Price: Depends on how much you buy!

19 Explore hiking trails

If you’re wondering what to do in Kuranda for free, going for a hike or a stroll is a great option, as the landscape is out of this world! 

The Kuranda Village and Rainforest offer a range of walking tracks and trails to suit all abilities, ages and fitness levels. 

There are some amazing, easy walks in Kuranda, including:

Jumrum Creek Walk: An easy one-hour circuit following pathways that lead you through the rainforest towards Jumrum Creek and along the Barron River.

Kuranda Art Trail: Walk through the village and enjoy the creations of local artists, including sculptures, mosaics and murals. 

Rainforest Canopy Walk: This 40-minute accessible trail takes you through the lush rainforest on suspended boardwalks.  

Cassowary Art Trail: Follow the trail of life-sized, painted cassowaries – many of these colourful statues are in Kuranda.

If you’re keen to really enjoy the world-heritage landscape, the Barron Gorge National Park offers an incredible range of hiking trails to explore. These include: 

  • McDonald’s Track
  • Djina-wu
  • The Douglas Track
  • Smith’s Track
  • Gundal Wundal: 
  • Yalbogie Track
  • Surprise Creek Walk

With short hikes of less than 1 km to more challenging hikes that can take you half a day or more to complete, you can find a hike to suit your fitness level and available time. 

Location: Various
Hours: Best explored during daylight hours
Price: Free

20 Kuranda Amphitheatre

You might be lucky to enjoy a live event at this unique, community-run performance venue in Kuranda. This stage is set within the rainforest, making it a special location to enjoy a range of national and international acts. 

Ensure you check out the event listings before your visit so you can organise tickets before you travel. 

Location: 5 Barron Falls Road, Kuranda
Hours: Event times vary
Price: Varies depending on the event

21 KUR-Cow Barnwell Farm

Image credit thanks to Tourism and Events Queensland

Enjoy a rustic farm experience just outside Kuranda. With plenty of clean, fresh country air, horses to ride, chooks to feed and plenty of dirt from the quad bikes to kick up! It’s a day out all of the family will enjoy. 

Location: 112 Barnwell Road, Kuranda
Hours: A range of activities can be booked online in advance | Check the website for times/days
Price: Prices range from $90 for a 30-minute tour to $169 for hour-long experiences – click here to check availability  

Farm stay accommodation is also available – check out accommodation prices here.

You can visit KUR-Cow Barnwell Farm as part of a day tour of Kuranda Village -. click here to find out more. 


Below we cover some of the best tours for exploring Kuranda  

From Port Douglas: Kuranda Tour with Skyrail and Scenic Train

If you’re staying in Port Douglas, this guided tour will take you on a journey to experience the highlights of Kuranda. 

Choose an early or late pick up (perfect for those wanting a more leisurely holiday) and you’ll get to experience the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, tour Kuranda Village with its vibrant arts and crafts scene, and return by the spectacular Kuranda Scenic Railway down the mountainside. 

You’ll get the perfect end to the day by enjoying a sunset cocktail at beautiful Palm Cove. 

Click here for more information.

From Cairns: Kuranda Rainforest Full Day Tour with Skyrail and Scenic Rail

If you want to explore the highlights of Kuranda from Cairns, this is a great tour. 

You’ll get to take the epic Kuranda Scenic Railway, ride the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway over the pristine rainforest, experience Aboriginal culture, get up close with native Australian wildlife and have fun in a 6-wheel-drive World War II Army Duck amphibious vehicle over land and water! 

Who knew you could squeeze so much fun into one day in Kuranda!

Click here for more information.

From Cairns: Kuranda Pamagirri Aboriginal Premium Full Day Tour

If you’ve already seen the Scenic Railway and Skyrail (or panoramic views at height aren’t your thing), this is a great attraction to enjoy the World-Heritage rainforest and learn about the Aboriginal culture. 

Your day tour from Cairns includes a visit to Rainforestation Nature Park, where you’ll take a tour on a historic, amphibious World War II Army Duck, get up close with nature at the Koala and Wildlife Park and enjoy a Dreamtime Walk, where you’ll learn how to throw a boomerang, hear cultural stories and learn about cultural traditions.

This immersive experience will give you a real flavour of Australian culture, flora and fauna. 

Click here for more information.

From Cairns: Kuranda Village Horse Ride and Petting Zoo Visit 

Enjoy a scenic horse ride in the beautiful countryside at this working zoo, then meet the goats, ponies, alpacas, cows and sheep.

After, you’ll transfer to Kuranda for some shopping and sightseeing. 

You can then catch the Skyrail or Scenic Railway back to the city if you wish, so you can do as much or as little as you choose. 

Click here for more information.


While there is plenty to keep you occupied in Kuranda, if you’re keen, you can do some great day trips from the area. 

For most of these places, it’s recommended you stay at least a few days in each, but if you only have a day, then a day trip is possible.


Considered as the gateway to the Barrier Reef, Cairns is a city in tropical Far North Queensland. This laid back city is a vibrant gem with plenty of restaurants, shops and cafes to enjoy, and it’s a great base as you explore the reef and rainforests.

You can stay here as a base as you explore Kuranda, or base yourself in Kuranda and spend a day or two exploring the main sights around Cairns. Either way, don’t miss Cairns off your itinerary, as this tropical oasis offers botanic gardens, an aquarium, markets and a lagoon, not to mention a range of incredible outdoor adventures. 

Click here for our full guide on things to do in Cairns.

Atherton Tablelands

The Atherton Tablelands is a beautiful and diverse region in Far North Queensland, Australia. With its lush rainforests, sprawling green hills, winding roads and idyllic swimming spots, the Tablelands is a popular tourist destination known for its natural beauty and outdoor recreation opportunities.

Visitors to the Atherton Tablelands can enjoy various outdoor activities, including scenic walks, bushwalking, and water sports. The region has several popular attractions, including the famous Curtain Fig Tree and the picturesque Lake Barrine. The Tablelands offer a range of adventure activities, such as hot air ballooning, horse riding, and abseiling.

The Atherton Tablelands is also renowned for its delicious local produce, with a range of local markets and farm-to-table restaurants showcasing the region’s fresh and flavorful ingredients. As a result, the Tablelands is a food lover’s paradise, from coffee and chocolate to fresh fruit and vegetables.

For those interested in local culture and history, the Atherton Tablelands has a rich heritage, with many historic sites and landmarks to explore, such as Paronella Park, built by an early settler who dreamt of building a castle next to Mena Creek Falls. Unfortunately, the castle is now in ruins, but it’s still a spectacular sight. Click here to book your tickets online.

Click here for our full guide on things to do in the Atherton Tablelands (coming soon).

Port Douglas

Just an hour’s drive north of Kuranda is Port Douglas, a stunning coastal town known for its picturesque beaches, lush tropical rainforests, and rich cultural heritage.  

Visitors to Port Douglas can enjoy various outdoor activities, including swimming, snorkelling, and fishing. The town has several popular attractions, including the famous Four Mile Beach and the iconic St Mary’s by the Sea Chapel. 

Port Douglas is also a food lover’s paradise, with many local restaurants, cafes, and bars offering delicious cuisine and tropical cocktails. From fresh seafood to exotic tropical fruits, Port Douglas is a great place to sample the flavours of Far North Queensland.

In addition to its natural beauty, Port Douglas is rich in cultural heritage, with a range of historic sites and landmarks to explore. 

Click here for our full guide on things to do in Port Douglas (coming soon).


Looking for somewhere to stay in Kuranda?  We recommend booking through as they offer a wide range of room types, most with free cancellation, which is ideal for last-minute changes.

However, if you want our recommendation for a hotel, we’ve listed our top pick for a family hotel, luxury and mid-range hotel below. 

Best family hotel: KUR-Cow Farm Escape

Enjoy the mountain views and fresh air at this fun petting farm in the rolling Kuranda countryside. At KUR-Cow Farm, you’ll experience the fun of staying on a real farm and see what it’s like raising cattle. 

In a two-bedroom villa, you can enjoy free Wi-Fi, a fireplace for those chilly nights, access to a BBQ, air conditioning and fans. 

The compact two-bedroom villa offers a double bed, a single bed and a futon with a cot available on request. There is also the option to have two Deluxe Queen Rooms to give you more space. 

Within the villa, you’ll find free Wi-Fi, a fireplace for those chilly nights, access to a BBQ, air conditioning and fans. 

There is a common kitchen area for guests to share, and on Saturdays and Sundays, the on-site restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You also have the option to buy a sunset Wagyu mix BBQ, which you can cook to your liking yourself. 

This immersive farm experience is a great opportunity to enjoy the beautiful Kuranda landscape while making lifelong memories. You kids will have a ball! 

Click here for more information or to book

Best mid range hotel: Pademelon Park B&B

Pademelon Park is an intimate bed and breakfast is just a short drive from the Kuranda Skyrail and Kuranda’s other main attractions. It’s a quaint and pretty B&B set within five acres, a place to relax in a tropical paradise.

Guests have access to their own air conditioned villas, each with a living area, kitchenette, private bathroom and bedroom. Each villa comes with a queen bed and sofa bed.

There is also access to an outdoor seating area and a shared outdoor kitchen BBQ. Villas feature a coffee maker, TV, drinks fridge and free Wi-Fi.

The villas overlook the beautiful pool, a great place to relax after a long day out exploring. The property also has laundry facilities, and airport pick-ups can be organised. 

A continental or vegetarian breakfast is included in the villa, and there is an option to be provided with bacon and eggs to cook on the outdoor BBQ. 

Other facilities include a tennis court, and at night, you can enjoy sitting around the large firepit to share stories of your day.

Click here for more information or to book

Best budget hotel: Kuranda Ngorongoro Lodge

If you’re after budget accommodation, consider the Ngorongoro Lodge, a cosy, Africa-inspired lodge 3 km from the village of Kuranda. 

The Lodge offers double rooms featuring air conditioning, a sitting area, a fridge, a kitchenette with microwave, air conditioning, a fan and a dining area. A smaller twin room is also available. 

Breakfast is included in the room rates, so you can fill up before you go out exploring for the day. The lodge has a swimming pool surrounded by lush greenery, perfect for cooling down after your tours. An airport shuttle is also available.  

This quirky accommodation allows you to immerse yourself in the local natural environment and meet the resident wildlife. 

Click here for more information or to book


Hopefully, this guide has given you lots of inspiration on things to do in Kuranda.

If you’re planning a trip to Kuranda, I highly recommend you check out our North Queensland guide, which provides links to everything you need to know to plan your trip.

I’d also recommend you join our free Queensland Travel Guide Facebook community, where you can ask all your questions and find even more great trip suggestions.

If you’re heading to Kuranda, you might also be interested in the following nearby destinations:

  • Atherton Tablelands (coming soon)
  • Townsville
  • Cooktown (coming soon)