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Kuranda Riverboat & Café Mandala Cruise & Lunch Package.

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Duration: 45 minutes

OUR CRUISES ARE ON THE BARRON RIVER IN KURANDA ONLY.
YOU CANNOT DRIVE DOWN TO THE RIVER TO ACCESS OUR CRUISES.
Park your car and walk cross the Kuranda Railway Station footbridge and go down the stairs to the river where you will see our red flags flying at our jetty

Adult 16+ years
A$40

Two-course lunch with any drink from the menu and/or BYO alcohol (no corkage fee).

Enjoy a tranquil 45 minute Wet Tropics calm water cruise on the Barron River in Kuranda aboard the MV Kuranda. The commentary highlights various aspects of the World’s most ancient tropical rainforest in Australia, river life and history of Kuranda. The river is home to a host of wildlife including freshwater crocodiles, turtles, snakes, fish and birds. Occasionally a wild cassowary may be spotted on the edge of the rainforest by the riverbank.

Established in 1982, a cruise on the Kuranda Riverboat will leave you relaxed and refreshed. The calm waters of the beautiful upland Barron River in Kuranda provide great photographic opportunities whilst your skipper gives you an insight into some of the history of Kuranda, the ancient tropical rainforest and the animals, reptiles and birds that reside in this unique area of Tropical North Queensland.

The river is home to a host of wildlife including freshwater crocodiles (Crocodylus johnsoni or Crocodylus johnstoni), turtles, snakes, water dragons and fish, together with over 100 species of tropical birds. Cassowaries are sometimes seen too on the far side of the river. Our tours are suitable for all ages. Children under 5 years of age are FREE of charge.

Choose anything from Café Mandala’s menu choices to the value of $20. See menu for details.

**OUR CRUISES ARE ON THE BARRON RIVER IN KURANDA ONLY.
YOU CANNOT DRIVE DOWN TO THE RIVER TO ACCESS OUR CRUISES.
Park your car and walk cross the Kuranda Railway Station footbridge and go down the stairs to the river where you will see our red flags flying at our jetty.**

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