Kuranda town

Stephen Bassett
Fri 31 May 2013 11:52
Kuranda was a place full of shops – cute shops but there are only so many didgeredoos a girl can look at. The town was the end of the line of the railway built 120 years ago and then later in 1950s a hydro scheme was built. In addition the rainforest has world status recognition and is so good to see.
mini-IMG_5604 Lots of Aboriginal art – this was the council office.
mini-IMG_5605 A very old little anglican church.
mini-IMG_5608 Stephen meets a local!
mini-IMG_5609 And another local, albeit a bit rigid. He was outside a very good art gallery.
mini-IMG_5610 And some more!!