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Kuranda Rainforest Retreat - Kuranda Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Kuranda Rainforest Retreat

3 Greenhills Road, Kuranda - Map
 
 
3.6 out of 5 (21 reviews)
Speewah Country Tavern - Kuranda Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Speewah Country Tavern

38 Speewah Road, Kuranda - Map
 
 
"Leave your worries behind"
If you are worried about mobile phone reception, you shouldn't stay at Speewah Tavern. If brilliant starlight dazzles you, protect your eyesight and stay clear of this place. If the haunting call of the curlew sets your teeth on edge, you won't get a good night's sleep here. If a kookaburra alarm clock makes you wake with a frown, you won't have a good time at Speewah. If the sounds of laughter and live music get you down, go back to the quiet city. If none of this puts you off, then give Geoff and Stella a call. They will look after you.
Traveller from Brisbane

Top Hotels Near Kuranda

Paradise Palms Resort & Country Club - Kewarra Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Paradise Palms Resort & Country Club

Paradise Palms Drive, Kewarra Beach - Map
 
 
Really nice room and King Bed with private balcony and large bath. Very Clean and comfortable. The only downside was the position of the toilet in what otherwise is a larger bathroom, left you squished in a corner. Not recommended for anyone over 120kgs.
A Traveller
Roydon Beachfront Apartments - Trinity Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Roydon Beachfront Apartments

83-87 Vasey Esplanade, Trinity Beach - Map
 
 
"Very good apartment, beachfront"
A very clean and spacious apartment. Brad was very helpful, arranged tours and anything else we needed. Apartments are beachfront, close to all amenities, cafés & restaurants.
Traveller from Sydney
Marlin Cove Resort - Trinity Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Marlin Cove Resort

2 Keem St, Trinity Beach - Map
 
 
"We will visit again!"
The staff were very helpful and the accommodation was awesome value!
Traveller from Australia
Blue Lagoon Resort - Trinity Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Blue Lagoon Resort

22 - 26 Trinity Beach Road, Trinity Beach - Map
 
 
Location is excellent, close to the beach and all restaurants. Quiet location and the room had great views.
Traveller from Brisbane
Located 250 metres from the beach and 500 metres from Trinity Beach shops, this resort is one km from The Great Barrier Reef …More
Trinity On The Esplanade - Trinity Beach Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Trinity On The Esplanade

21 Vasey Esplanade, Trinity Beach - Map
 
 
Trinity On The Esplanade is the ultimate in beachfront luxury accommodation. This exclusive property was architecturally …More
On the Beach Holiday Apartments - Trinity Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$200

On the Beach Holiday Apartments

49-51 Vasey Esplanade, Trinity Beach, Trinity Beach - Map
 
 
"Fantastic location and sea views"
Fantastic location and sea views. Very friendly and helpful staff.
Traveller from christchurch. nz
This seven-building resort is set amid tropical landscaping and offers direct access to Trinity Beach, which has a …More
Clifton Palms - Clifton Beach Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Clifton Palms

35 Upolu Esplanade, Clifton Beach - Map
 
 
Quiet, comfortable and clean! Close to all attractions without being amongst all the tourists!
Traveller from Albany, Western Australia
Kewarra Beach Resort & Spa - Kewarra Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Kewarra Beach Resort & Spa

Kewarra Street, Kewarra Beach - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (44 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Kuranda

    Nature-lovers, animal-admirers and shopaholics will find plenty to adore in Kuranda. And for everyone else, it’s always a beautiful place to visit. Known as ‘The Village in the Rainforest’, this little town in Queensland’s Atherton Tablelands has colourful markets, vibrantly creative culture and one of the most incredible waterfalls in the country! Get a breath of fresh rainforest air and book one of our Kuranda hotels.

    For over 10,000 years, the Djabugay people lived in the rainforests around Kuranda. Europeans began to explore it in the early 1800s, paving the way for gold prospectors. Word spread of Barron Falls’ beauty, and the area grew into a tourist destination. By the 1960s, it was a place where hippy communes grew their own food and lived cheaply.

    A lot of that free-spirited vibe has survived into the present day. In fact, a walk through Kuranda’s streets can make you feel like you’re in a fantasy novel. Fig trees with long, thin roots line roads with quirky cafes, restaurants and art galleries on either side. The star of the show is the local markets, and there are two of them to choose from. Better yet, both of them are open every day! The Original Markets, which opened in 1978, has heaps of local fashions and hand-made jewellery while the Heritage Markets has great souvenirs, local art and buskers. Also drop by the local bird and animal sanctuaries, like Birdworld, The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary and Koala Gardens. Come get your Dr. Dolittle on!

    Barron Falls is one destination you can’t miss, and it’s a three-kilometre drive along Barron Falls Road. Don’t feel like driving? Take a more exciting route! The Skyrail Rainforest Cableway will give you stunning views of the rainforest, while the Kuranda Scenic Railway will take you on a journey through tunnels and over bridges as you take in the rainforest sights. There’s even a shuttle bus that leaves every half hour. Barron Falls isn’t the cutesy novelty waterfall you’ll find in your local shopping mall, but a monstrous wall of rock in the middle of Barron Gorge National Park that the water ferociously gushes down in the wet season. While you’re here, you can also take the Barron Falls Lookout Walk just below the canopy.

    Need more activities? Head to Emu Ridge Gallery to see cool fossils and gemstones – and meet and greet a nine-metre dinosaur replica. If that’s not scary enough, come face to face with five of Australia’s deadliest snakes at the Australian Venom Zoo or take a Riverboat Tour to drift down the Barron River and spot crocodiles and turtles. You can even enjoy a bit of nightlife, with concerts, theatre, extreme sports and even festivals all dropping into the Kuranda Amphitheatre, set in the open-air surrounds of sculptured rainforest.

    Wot more do you need? A 30-minute drive from Cairns, Kuranda is in a top location for a day trip. But you’ll probably want to stay longer, so plan ahead and book your Kuranda accommodation with us!

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