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Airlie Creek Track, The

Phone: 49 450 200

Description

The 850 metre Airlie Creek Track slowly winds up the hill behind Airlie Beach along a gravel path, featuring rare flora and fauna such as the Whitsunday Bottle Tree and the endangered Proserpine Rock Wallaby which are only found in this region. The track winds you through tranquil forest which is home to magnificent fig trees, sub tropical plants, beautiful native birds and ends up at scenic natural rock pools. The walk back offers views of the beautiful blue Coral Sea and Whitsunday Islands with leafy frames. Walking time: allow one hour. Access: from Waterson Way, Airlie Beach.

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Ranked #35 of 58 things to do in Airlie Beach

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"Excellent"
rated by 3 travellers

"Very good"
rated by 7 travellers

"Average"
rated by 7 travellers

"Poor"
rated by 2 travellers

"Terrible"
rated by 1 travellers

"Overgrown but okay"

3/5 Average Reviewed 6 days ago

"I saw the entrance of the track while driving into Airlie Beach so decided to check it out the next day. It's easy to get to from the heart of Airlie Beach, and also has an information sign about the..." more »

Amyliz93, Brisbane, Australia

"Hmm"

3/5 Average Reviewed 2 months ago

"It was a realy short walk. It has four sections which should go harder too the end. But i dont realy recognice any changes. If you are at the end there is nothing just a little creek and you have to..." more »

Zugiblubi,

"not very interesting"

2/5 Poor Reviewed 3 months ago

"we did this small walk and were very disapointed. there is nothing very special to see. on the way they say be careful with some plant but they don't show a picture of this plant." more »

5141gv, Montreal, Canada

Waterson Way, Airlie Beach, Queensland 4802 Australia