Imagine a village in a wild west-themed adventure park; one with saloons, wide pathways and shops full of trinkets which are probably the same stock that failed to sell in 2001. That’s what Kuranda felt like to me. But not in a bad way. More of an amusing, novelty way. You can just tell the village is geared for tourism – it hits that nail firmly on the head – but unlike other tourist attractions I’ve visited on the otherwise modern east coast of Australia, it provokes a nostalgia for the theme parks I visited when I was a child.If you’re staying in Cairns, which was my first port of call on my east coast Australia road trip, you can access the Skyrail to Kuranda via the suburb of Smithfield. It’s also easily accessible if you’re staying in Port Douglas or Palm Cove. Buses to Smithfield run pretty regularly from these locations, but if you’re not confident taking the bus you can book a tour which will pick you up from or near your accommodation. Click here to visit the Kuranda…
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