Rainforestation Kuranda is an award-winning nature park.
With over 100 acres of attractions, this is a must-do while visiting North Queensland.
First, pick up a map that will show you where everything is and what shows are on.
Next, make your way around this fantastic attraction.
This all-weather attraction features
- Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience,
- Koala and Wildlife Park
- WWII Army Duck rainforest tours!
During your day, you can also have a delicious lunch at the Treehouse Cafe. Coffee is also available throughout the day.
ARMY DUCK RAINFOREST TOURS
Explore the beautiful rainforest of Kuranda on an authentic World War II Army Duck! The military used these six-wheel-drive trucks throughout World War 2.
The army ducks were used for transporting goods and troops. These vessels were used to transport between ships and beaches. They provide an excellent tourist attraction with an informative guide.
While you are onboard the Army ducks, learn about the local flora and fauna. During this tour, the amphibious vehicle will become a boat to enter into this attractions lakes.
After that, visit the tropical fruit orchard, featuring over 60 different species of tropical and exotic fruits.
PAMAGIRRI ABORIGINAL EXPERIENCE
This Aboriginal Experience offers an insight into the world’s oldest surviving culture.
Next, get comfortable for the traditional dance performance in the rainforest amphitheatre.
This performance is fun, entertaining and informative.
After joining in the fun and learn to throw a spear, play the didgeridoo and throw a boomerang.
KOALA & WILDLIFE PARK
Next, meet some of Australia’s favourite animals!
Starting with a wonderful photo opportunity with a koala.
Then walk along the elevated boardwalk and meet Koalas, Dingoes, and Crocodiles.
First, you had better say a quick hello to the crocodile Jack the Ripper. Before stopping by to see Ned and Kelly, the dingoes.
Afterwards, visit the Cassowary and Tree Kangaroo, both endangered and local to this region.
After that, hand-feed wallabies and kangaroos.
There are also wombats and Tasmanian devils to meet along the way.
Before you leave, stop by the gift shop for some souvenirs.
Next, see our package that includes this attraction.
- Have your photo taken with a koala
- Army duck tours
- Pamagirri Dancers
- Then learn to play the didgeridoo
- Hand feed wallabies and kangaroos
Army Duck Tours
10.00 am 11.00 am-noon 1.00 pm 2.00 pm
Pamagirri Dreamtime Walk
11.30 am 12.30 pm
Pamagirri Dance Show
- Army Duck rainforest tour
- Pamagirri Dreamtime Walk and Pamagirri Dance Show
- Cuddle a Koala and then feed kangaroos
- Koala Photos
- Army Duck tour photos
- Souvenirs and gifts
- Shuttle bus
There is a Shuttle Bus that operates between Kuranda Village and Rainforestation.
Shuttle Bus Timetable
Hop on the bus outside the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary to take you to Rainforestation
- 10.45 am
- 11.45 am
- 12.15 pm
- 12.45 pm
- 1.45 pm
- 2.00 pm
Hop on the bus out the front of Rainforestation to take you back to Kuranda
- 1:30 pm
- 2 pm
What to bring
- Hat and sunscreen
- Walking shoes
- Water bottle (water bubblers are available in the restaurants)
- Cash/credit cards for any purchases