Yes, you’re supposed to get to Kuranda by train and return by cable car (or vice versa), but we took the more economical  option, and drove.   Certainly many overseas visitors travel by train and/or cable car.    The road has many bends as it climbs up but it’s in good condition and the traffic is well-behaved.

We looked around the markets and had lunch at a somewhat “alternative” stall, and of course checked out the station and cable car termini.



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