The picturesque mountain retreat of Kuranda Village is just 25km northwest of Cairns in Far North Queensland, Australia. Surrounded by the world’s oldest living tropical rainforest, the colorful village of Kuranda is well known as the Village in the Rainforest attracting visitors for well over a century.
Once into the village the streets are flat. Sidewalks are wide and most of the shops and cafes have level access off the street.
At the top end of the town is the Bazaar in the Kuranda Village Centre. The Bazaar is a local craft market that is well laid out and easy to get through and purchase local products. Outside the main entrance is a disabled parking bay. The is a second bay on the opposite side of the street.
Just beyond the Bazaar is the Kuranda Visitor Information Centre and a public toilet facility. There is an accessible toilet with a side and rear handrail. The basin has a lever mixer tap with knee clearance under the basin. A baby change table is also in the room.
At the bottom end of the village, just above the Skyrail terminal, is the historic Kuranda Hotel established in 1880. There is an accessible entrance into the sports bar which then links to the main area of the hotel.