Village of Kuranda
Kuranda is a small town adjoining the Barron Gorge National Park. The scenic journey from Cairns is and extremely popular day trip.
The rainforest around Kuranda has been home to the Djabugay people for over 10,000 years.
Construction of the now famous railway from Cairns to Myola began in 1887 and the line reached Kuranda in 1891.
Some of Australia’s most precious and beautiful birds. Regent bowerbirds, cassowary birds, rainbow lorikeets, cockatoos.
Small wildlife zoo housing Australian native animals. Koalas, kangaroos, crocodiles, snakes and lizards.
Australian Butterfly Sanctuary
Aviary containing rainforest butterflies - Birdwings Ulysees and more ... 2,000 tropical butterflies.
Cairns Wildlife Safari Reserve
Located 9kms west of Kuranda. Bears, white rhinos, hippopotamus, a large variety of primates, tigers and cheetahs, lions.
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