LATEST NEWS - - - kuranda roots fundraiser!

Kuranda Roots will now be held every 2 years and will be back in full festival form in 2017 in conjunction with Bushweek Festival.

The Good news is we are having a wicked fundraising shindig at Koah Hall on July 2!!

Located just 10 minutes drive from Kuranda Village, Koah Hall will be the venue for our Fundraising dancehall, featuring Melbourne glitch lords STAUNCH, Byron Bay's dancehall kings 4'20 SOUND, Island Vibe's reggae and D'n'B bossman RUDEKAT as well as a swathe of tasty local crew including Billy Dread, Dubcide, Shredder, Jungle Funk Trio and more.

There will be a licensed bar, chai, delicious food and plenty of space to roll a swag :)


Kuranda Roots, will be back in it’s 13th year in 2017. The festival is part of an exciting Far Northern festival circuit that lures an influx of people from interstate, starting at Happy Daze in Mackay, Kuranda Roots, Laura Dance Festival and culminating in Bushweek in Rossville. The festival pilgrimage takes in a diverse variety of music styles and cultural performances set against the stunning backdrop of Queensland’s East coast, including the fascinating cave country of Cape York and lush tropical rainforest of the coastal ranges.

CAMPERS - there's toilets and showers in the campground. Be respectful of your neighbours and keep noise to a minimum. There's also plenty of food and drink stalls inside the festival and a regular shuttle bus into the village.

TICKETS - TBA from, Shiva Moon, Cairns Happy Herb store, Shi Sha Beads, Sweet Leaf Cafe and Fetish 4 Life.


Over the past ten years artists as diverse as the UK’s Mad Professor and Mungo’s HiFi, NZ’s Cornerstone Roots and Olmecha Supreme and Australian favourites Archie Roach, Opiuo, Combat Wombat, OKA, Dubmarine, Kingfisha and so many more, have made the journey up to the rainforest to perform in what some say is “the best little festival in Oz”.