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Today the Original Kuranda Rainforest Markets has retained its atmosphere, with many local artists and personalities making the market part of their lifestyle. Many of the current marketeers have been involved in the markets during the course of the...more
Hours Today: 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
7/13 Therwine St, Kuranda, Queensland 4881, Australia
All reviews jungle juice falafel handmade crafts food stalls hippy feel some great food market experience interesting stalls stall owners mini golf course local art market area hand made lots of shops quick look few hours visiting kuranda
Bring a lot of spending as this place will stretch your wallet. Beautiful artifacts and some nice souvenirs you can take back home. The only concern is if this look indigenous made items are really done by them.
When you get off the Skyrail and you round the corkscrew bend up to the elevated township you’ll end up in a little village, which for its tiny size is full of personality. The main street is market time fun. The delightful thing about Kuranda...More
Markets, markets, markets...I love them! We drove up especially to see the markets but were very disappointed. It was just a tourist con. No atmosphere, overpriced, grubby, vacant stalls. Don't waste your time.
After traveling by Skyrail to Kuranda we had a few hours to check out Kuranda shopping village. There were lots of shops, mainly souvenirs from Australia, art galleries, clothing stores and plenty of eateries for everyone. There are a lot of the same shops but...More
...but the stuff they're selling you can get at any market anywhere in QLD.
Wandering the maze of shops was fun though. In hindsight, I would go to Kuranda for something else (eg the Butterflies, birds, etc, and make the markets a 'visit because you're...More
I enjoyed the trip here via Skyrail. However getting here I felt I was being sold stuff/souvenirs left,right and centre. No one peddling anything but took away from the charm of everything that otherwise could have demonstrated Kuranda,it's aboriginal heritage and history. Instead the 'village'...More
I've never been anywhere quite like it before. Art work, food stalls, a mini golf course, a piano...all in the middle of a natural rainforest. Incredible. It's a lovely atmosphere and a great way to support the local community. I've been back many times and...More