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- Exotic birdlife right and your fingertips. Birds were flying uninhibited and interacting with tourists/visitors. Awesome!Written 14 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- You do get to see a little of the rainforest on the "duck", mostly the flora. The shows and demonstrations are little on the touristy side, but entertaining nonetheless.Written 26 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A great waterfall, can be viewed from the railway which gives a decent view. The flow is very dependent on recent weather of course.Written 27 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Large aviary with great variety of butterflies. Very relaxing strolling through. Very well set out enclosure, adding interest to the visit. Friendly staff.Written 5 November 2023
- Well laid out park with a variety of local wildlife, a chance to get up close to different varieties of kangaroos, some birds and a few others, booking koala visit. Nice cafe too.Written 26 November 2023
- Second visit for us from South Australia and the reason we chose to stay in Kuranda for last couple of nights of our QLD trip.
Always a pleasure to hear from Pam and see some of the rescues. Iain also was able to give some interesting facts and give us an unforgettable experience with the bats. They are not currently routinely open and rely on donations so it was lucky and a pleasure to visit briefly. The bats and wildlife rescues come first as they should and are not exploited or hurt in any way. Some of the long term residents that could not be released are used at times to provide education but never for long and not causing discomfort. As a someone who did wildlife rescue for few years I admire Pam's energy and dedication. I don't visit zoos or agree with animals in captivity. I like that Pam's focus remains on rescue,rehab and release. It's refreshing!Written 17 September 2017
- Worth visiting, especially if you go by car and have enough time to hike the Kuranda loop (~3 hrs). The skyrail only gives you a few hours, just for a lunch and a stroll. The village is a commercial enterprise, a shopping-eating destination for daily visitors from Cairns; hippies are mostly gone, with a few notable exceptions. When tourists arrive in the late morning the shops open and the place feels normal; after the last train (3:30 PM) it becomes a ghost town. The las bus out is at 4:10 PM, after that - nothing. Lots of birds, look for the australasian figbird.Written 27 February 2023
- We visited the Peter Jarver gallery by chance and were not disappointed . The landscape photography on show was stunning, enough for us to purchase one. The best landscape photography we have had the pleasure of viewing, thank you Peter Jarver ! The depth and detail of the photos are stunning .
We cannot wait to have one of Peters works on our living room wall for years of pleasurable viewing .Written 12 November 2019
- Great hike to complete over a few hours in the early morning or late arvo. Easy to get parking at Stoney creek and start from there. 6km return, fairly easy track a few steep bits but not that challenging. Worth it once you get to the top and see the views back out over cairns. Have a swim at Stoney creek at the end to cool off.Written 10 July 2021
- Lovely friendly and informative folks working at the information centre. We were given a great map and information about the walking pathway opportunities.Written 3 July 2022
- Plethora of beauty, numerous artists. I later learned of a downtown gallery, but this was a find after arriving on the SkyRail.Written 2 March 2023
- Had a honey tasting and bought some honey. The shop owners were lovely. Very helpful. They had good knowledge about where you can and can't bring honey I to. A surprising little gem!Written 20 May 2022
- I came across this gem when strolling through Kuranda. I was impressed by the standard of art in there. The glass jewellery by Catherine Harvey was exquisite. I found a lovely little piece of Encaustic art by Lieselotte Edwards to add to my collection at home. I’m so glad I got to spend some time here.Written 16 December 2021
- We started with animal petting and then did the atv. The adventure was great fun and explored alot of ground. The staff were very friendly. Very pretty area.Written 28 September 2023
- A very pretty lookout and close to the Barron Falls Lookout and start of the walking tracks, if you are that way inclined.Written 24 September 2022
Frequently Asked Questions about Kuranda
- The best day trips from Kuranda according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Kuranda Scenic Railway Day Trip from Cairns
- Skip the Line Kuranda Scenic Railway Gold Class and Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
- Grand Kuranda Incl Skyrail, Kuranda Scenic Railway and Rainforestation (CKBB)
- Kuranda tour via Kuranda Scenic Rail & Skyrail - small group tour
- Kuranda tour via Skyrail and Kuranda Scenic Rail - small group tour
Kuranda Attractions Information
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