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Kuranda Visitor Information Centre
Kuranda, Mareeba Area

07 4093 9311
0407 758 645

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The Kuranda Visitor Information Centre is located at Centenary Park, Therwine Street, in Kuranda.

The accredited Kuranda Visitor Information Centre is staffed by a team of skilled and knowledgeable volunteers 7 days a week 364 days a year. The Centre stocks a range of local books and DVDs that focus on the rainforest, wildlife and wet tropics areas around this region as well as a growing display of locally made products. The Centre offers travel information, maps, brochures and is also equipped to book tours, and can supply information on local areas as well as the whole Queensland region. The centre offersr an interpretive corner showcasing a unique display of Djabugay Tribal artefacts, information on the Wet Tropics and National Parks.

Property Details


  • Public Toilet
    Public Toilet
  • Tour Desk
    Tour Desk

Open Times

Monday to Friday: 1000-1600
Saturday and Sunday: 1000-1600
Christmas Day: Closed.

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Therwine Street
Centenary Park
Queensland 4872 Australia

Contact Details

07 4093 9311
0407 758 645


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