He attended Lelean Memorial School in Suva, before moving with his family to Australia in 2007. Kuridrani attended Corinda State High School, and played rugby league and rugby union in Brisbane.
His usual position is outside-centre. He plays for the Brumbies in Super Rugby and represents Australia in international rugby. He began playing rugby while a student at Vatuwaqa Primary School, and was part of the Suva Milo Kaji team playing in the under-12 and 13 grades.
Kuridrani is related to several well-known representative rugby players.
After playing Premier Colts rugby in 2009 for University of Queensland Rugby Club, Kuridrani was chosen for the Brisbane Under-19 team at the end of that year. In 2010, he was selected for the Fiji Under-20 team and played at outside centre in the 2010 Institutional Review Board Junior World Championship in Argentina.
Kuridrani was selected for the Australia 7s team and played in the 2010-2011 Institutional Review Board Sevens World Series. He joined the Queensland Reds Academy for 2011.
Kuridrani played on the wing for the Australia under 20 team at the 2011 Institutional Review Board Junior World Championship in Italy, before being signed by Jake White to join the Brumbies prior to the 2012 Super Rugby season on a two-year deal.
In 2012, he made his Super Rugby debut for the Brumbies against the Reds off the bench in Brisbane. After the Brumbies had played in the Super Rugby final in 2013, Kuridrani was selected for the Wallabies squad by coach Ewen McKenzie. He made his test debut for Australia against New Zealand in Sydney on 17 August 2013.
Later that year, Kuridrani was sent-off for a tip-tackle while playing for Australia against Ireland and was suspended from playing for five weeks.
In his second season at the Brumbies, Kuridrani established himself as the team"s first-choice centre, and he was a member of the starting side for the Brumbies which defeated the British and Irish Lions in 2013.