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Kingfisher Circuit

Phone: 137468

Description

Located in the rainforest-clad Conway National Park, this walk will reveal the forest wildlife and ancient tropical rainforests. Look for orange eyed tree frogs or spangled drongos and enjoy the coolness provided by the overhead canopy. The circuit starts from the Forestry Road car park and you can pick up a self-guide brochure at the start of this two kilometre walk. The trail takes you down into a moist rainforest valley and then ascends to an old logging road. Turn right to return to the car park or left to continue on Wompoo Walk. The walk is a moderate grade and will take about 30 minutes to complete. Drive: Take Shute Harbour Road to Brandy Creek Road and then Forestry Road car park at the start of the Conway National Park.

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Ranked #19 of 58 things to do in Airlie Beach

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rated by 66 travellers

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"Stunning"

5/5 Excellent Reviewed 29 days ago

"Wow how magical is this place. Sand was a soft as flour, Tour was magnificent and food was great. Got to see some wildlife in there natural habitat on the land and in the ocean. Just absolutely..." more »

ssb004, Queensland, Australia

"Steep walk with a great lookout on the top."

4/5 Very good Reviewed 1 month ago

"Did the walk with my 8 year old son and 10 year old daughter. The way up was a bit steep, took a bit of effort. Total time was 4 hours for us. And we took 2 short break in between. The lookout is..." more »

Monica N, Sydney, Australia
1 person found this review helpful

"A cool place to be"

4/5 Very good Reviewed 1 month ago

"Set in the rain forest, the Great Walk is a challenge for those who are fitter. A 26km walk back to Airlie beach, up and down some interesting ranges. There are some also some very nice shorter walks..." more »

Sharon D

Conway National Park, Proserpine, Queensland 4800 Australia