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Parc
“They have the Army Duck that takes you into the lagoon that has crocodiles - one of the best tours we have taken. There is lots of activities including feeding the wallabies. If you get it as part of the four park pass - it can be a great way to see everything but within a budget. Please visit website for tours available”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Transportation
“Go up on the sky rail and come back on the train... hippy village in the rainforest”
  • Recommandé par 26 habitants
Zoo
“The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is a butterfly sanctuary and exhibit situated in the centre of Kuranda, Queensland, Australia. Kuranda Butterfly Sanctuary is listed by the Guinness Book of Records as Australia’s largest butterfly flight aviary and exhibit. Wikipedia Address: 8 Rob Veivers Dr, Kuranda QLD 4881 Opened: 1987 Closes 4PM Phone: (07) 4093 7575 Number of animals: 1,500”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Nature
“These Waterfalls are very accessible, only a 20 minute drive from Cairns and a short walk from the car park. This is a gorgeous area and worth a visit. ”
  • Recommandé par 12 habitants
Entertainment
“Ask for a tour when you enter as it makes it so much more interesting. If you love butterflies it's magical when they land on you.”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Parc
“Great place for a refreshing dip in a crystal clear river in the rainforest. Where the locals go.”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Parc
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Travel Agency
“From Barron Falls Station, your Skyrail experience continues over the rainforest and the mighty Barron River, ending at Skyrail's Kuranda Terminal. Skyrail’s Kuranda terminal is located next to the Kuranda Train Station (home of the Kuranda Scenic Railway) and a short walk from Kuranda village. ”
  • Recommandé par 10 habitants
Exposition
“Kuranda Koala Gardens is Kuranda's newest wildlife attraction! Situated in the heart of Kuranda, this attraction gives you the opportunity to see some of Australia's most unique wildlife up close.”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Flea Market
“Take the Kuranda Train from Cairns Central Shopping centre (10 min walk) up the Kuranda range past beautiful waterfalls and rainforest. Great day trip to Kuranda Village and the markets. Another option is to go up on Skyrail and back by train.”
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants
Nature
“Kuranda also known as “The Village in the Rainforest”, is located 300m above sea level and enjoys a climate cooler and less humid than Cairns. The journey to Kuranda is an easy half hour drive from the centre of Cairns. A popular option to get to Kuranda is to take a tour that includes the famous Kuranda Scenic Railway and Skyrail Cableway. Kuranda Sailway StationThe Kuranda Scenic Railway winds its way from Cairns to Kuranda. Constructed between 1882 and 1891, it is considered an engineering feat of tremendous magnitude. This amazing train journey will take you past the Baron Gorge Observation Deck, to the giant bridge over Stoney Creek and through 15 hand-made tunnels and 37 bridges that were hand carved from the cliffs. Enjoy spectacular views from the open-air railway train windows as it comes to a halt at Stoney Creek falls for some amazing scenic photo opportunities. The award winning Skyrail Rainforest Cableway will take you on a 7.5km journey over the rainforest canopy and deep into the forest, with two rainforest mid-stations providing the opportunity to explore this unique environment from the forest floor. Gliding just meters above the rainforest canopy in a 6-person gondola cabin the Skyrail journey will give you an intimate rainforest experience. Kuranda RiverboatAt Kuranda, you’ll discover a variety of unique attractions, including the bustling village markets, the internationally renowned Rainforestation, Bird World, and the colourful Australian Butterfly Sanctuary. It is an exciting and vibrant community offering a unique blend of indigenous culture, pioneering heritage, alternative lifestyles and the many artistic talents of its inhabitants. Many popular Aboriginal artists live locally and sell their art in the village craft shops and galleries. Kuranda’s famous Original Markets operate 7 days a week from 9:30 am through until 3.00 pm. The Heritage Markets also operate daily. Rainforest and Riverside walks are easily accessible from the Village centre and the Barron falls which are an awesome sight to see (especially during the wet season) are just a short drive from the village. Kuranda Koala Gardens Koala Gardens is wildlife attraction located at the heritage markets. Koala Gardens gives you the opportunity to see some of Australia's most unique wildlife up close. Birdworld: A must see in Kuranda Birdworld has the largest collection of free-flying birds in Australia. See the spectacular birds at home in their huge flight aviary, landscaped with lakes, ponds and waterfalls. There are more than 75 species of native birds including Regent Bowerbirds, parrots and the endangered Cassowary. Hand feeding opportunities are available and remember to bring your camera! Butterfly Sanctuary: At the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary more than 1500 colourful tropical butterflies - all residents of the local area - flutter around their enclosure in complete safety. This is Australias‘s largest live butterfly display. In a lushly landscaped enclosure with running stream and native tropical plants, literally hundreds of brilliantly coloured butterflies will surround you, including the flashing, dancing electric-blue Ulysses, regarded by many as the unofficial emblem of Tropical North Queensland. Wear something bright (either red or white) and entice the butterflies to land on you! ”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Restaurant
“Great crepes and coffee. Located in the Kuranda Markets area this is a must for breakfast and lunch in Kuranda.”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Locality
“Iconic tour destination. You can either book a visit by steam train / cablecar (take one up and the other back), or drive up. Lots of shops, attractions, and local arts and crafts. Nice day out.”
  • Recommandé par 34 habitants
Parc
“Join the birds in their beautiful rainforest habitat. Flying around you are species from the vanishing rainforests of the world, including some of Australia's most precious and beautiful birds. There are brilliant Amazonian macaws, the endangered and stately cassowary, cheeky rainbow lorikeets, galahs, cockatoos and many more. Don't be surprised to find a feathered friend taking a ride on your shoulder!”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Entertainment
“Has a large swimming pool where you can cool down, a golf course, a huge playground for kids and a nice pub with nice meals and where you can have cold beers.”
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants
Establishment
“Today the Original 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 last 25 - 30 years. Renovated in 2005 this market has lost none of its rustic charm Strong eco-conscious ethic with organic, recycled, natural, holistic and remedial products available Local crafts people display their beautifully hand crafted wares. Hand picked and made just for you. Featuring tropical gardens to walk through Gourmet regional fare using the freshest of local produce and ingredients Contemporary arts, great clothing, jewelry, homemade food products and much more Even a mini golf course”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants