5 Adorable Kuranda Animal Videos

Looking for your daily dose of aww? These adorable Kuranda animal videos from Rainforestation Nature Park will have you squealing all the way to Kuranda when you visit them yourself!

Dingoes Go For A Walk

Rainforestation’s adorable Alpine Dingoes, Ned and Kelly, head out for a walk around Rainforestation Nature Park with our volunteers!

Meet them at: Rainforestation Nature Park

On: Classic/Grand Kuranda, Army Duck, Skyrail & Train, Rainforest, Aboriginal Culture & Wildlife, Pamagirri Authentic Aboriginal Experience

 

Meet Jimmy The Lumtholz’s Tree Kangaroo


Sweet Jimmy is an adorable Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroo that was rescued from the wild by Tree Roo Rescue. He is permanently blind, which means that he cannot be release back into the wild. However, he loves munching on figs at his current home at Rainforestation Nature Park.

Meet him at: Rainforestation Nature Park

On: Classic/Grand Kuranda, Army Duck, Skyrail & Train, Rainforest, Aboriginal Culture & Wildlife, Pamagirri Authentic Aboriginal Experience

 

Adorable Baby Koala: Meet Monte Carlo

Rainforestation’s baby koala Monte Carlo is pretty much the dictionary definition of adorable. Learn more about him and witness his cuteness in this video.

Meet him at: Rainforestation Nature Park

On: Classic/Grand Kuranda, Army Duck, Skyrail & Train, Rainforest, Aboriginal Culture & Wildlife, Pamagirri Authentic Aboriginal Experience

Dingo’s Swimming Time

There’s nothing like cooling off on a warm Tropic North Queensland day like a refreshing swim! Rainforestation’s dingoes Ned and Kelly certainly agree.

Meet them at: Rainforestation Nature Park

On: Classic/Grand Kuranda, Army Duck, Skyrail & Train, Rainforest, Aboriginal Culture & Wildlife, Pamagirri Authentic Aboriginal Experience

 

Katie The Koala Wiggles Her Ears

Ever seen a koala attempt to take flight? Watch Katie the koala flap her ears like wings.

Ready to meet the stars of these cute Kuranda animal videos? Visit Kuranda with us on a tour and enjoy a visit to Rainforestation Nature Park