Barron River Hotel
In 1887 William Boden opened the Stratford Hotel (Now known as the Barron River Hotel) to serve the many construction workers who were building the Kuranda Range Railway. The Hotel was owned by Goverment Surveyor Thomas Behan, who also owned the Stratford Rice Mill. Kids menus and daily Chef’s specials ensure that everyone will be impressed by both the food and the friendly service. The verandah is just a great place to relax, overlooking the old timber mill and the rail lines where the Kuranda Railway journeys past each day, laden with tourists.
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