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We took this journey above the rainforest as part of the Kuranda experience. He views from the pod were amazing. You are not far above the trees which allows you to see them really up close. There are two station stops where you can get...More
If you are in Cairns(or surrounding areas) you must do this tour - we booked it through our hotel(can be done cheaper if you do it yourself) but we were picked up at our hotel and dropped off after.
We opted for the Skyrail first...More
I didn't realize the rainforeststation was not on the Kuranda tour - only the village is. Make sure you choose what you wish to do. I recommended the whole thing. The village was just one big souvenir area but many like that. Either way, you...More
This was part of my 6 day Cairns and The Tropical North tour. I was picked up from my hotel and taken Tjapukai Aboriginal Centre where our group were treated to a live show in an indoor small arena explaining their culture, We were the...More
Sky rail/cable car with one car for 5 of us. Amazing trip in 3 stages to Karunda hill town.
Sky rail runs regularly but if you plan to travel one way by train there are only 2 trips up And 2 down per day
We went on the Kuranda railway trip which was a great journey with amazing views of some great waterfalls and ravines. Then returned by the Sky Rail which is awesome, this carries you over the top canopy of the rainforest a brilliant ride.
We first took the Aerial Tramway with its breathtaking views up with Kuranda and then a wander around Kuranda with its little stores, art galleries, cafes etc. Did not visit any of the attractions at Kuranda as not enough time. Returned on the Kuranda Train...More
We did a tour from PD which first included a visit to the Tjapukai Aboriginal Centre in Cairns. We were shown a short film to start followed by demonstrations of aboriginal tools, weapons, and musical instruments (including of course the didgeridoo) and then some lively...More