The Head Office for TRACQS is located in the rainforest village of Kuranda, a small town situated on the Barron River, 25km northwest of Cairns in Mareeba Shire, Far North Queensland.

The population of approximately 3,000 live amid a lush, tropical rainforest environment within the Atherton Tableland region.

The first inhabitants of Kuranda were the Indigenous Djabugay people.

Tourism is a major source of industry in Kuranda, with attractions such as the Kuranda Scenic Railway, the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, the Kuranda Range Road, the Barron River and several galleries, markets, shops and restaurants all within walking distance of the main village.

TRACQS has a part-time office in the nearby town of Dimbulah and also services the following communities, spread right across the Western Tablelands region.

  • Almaden
  • Arriga
  • Biboohra
  • Chewko
  • Chillagoe
  • Einasleigh
  • Forsayth
  • Georgetown
  • Irvinebank
  • Julatten
  • Kuranda
  • Koah
  • Kowrowa
  • Mantaka
  • Mona Mona
  • Mount Carbine
  • Mount Molloy
  • Mount Surprise
  • Mutchilba
  • Paddy’s Creek
  • Petford
  • Southedge
  • Speewah
  • Watsonville