Kuranda Village Market

On our way from Port Douglas back to Townsville, we stop at Kuranda – a town in the rainforest, where they have a most excellent and colourful market.

Today is Easter Saturday; on the downside, this makes the market quite a lot busier than expected but, on the upside, there is a ‘Scottish’ band playing “Everybody Dance Now” on the bagpipes.

After a lunch of Emu Burger and glowing blue liquid, we pop over to Barron Falls which, despite not being much in the way of a water fall today, is sill a rather impressive sight:


Now it is back from whence we came; to the City of Townsville…and beyond!

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