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Kingfisher Circuit

Phone: 137468


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 #6 of 17 things to do in Airlie Beach

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"Once in a lifetime experience"

5/5 Excellent Reviewed 2 months ago

"Maybe we will never come out in Queensland again. We were here on a family visit, and not so deeply impressed by Australia, because we are more culture lovers than nature lovers. But I think I would..." more »

MisterJan49, Delft, The Netherlands

"Awesome morning run to Honeyeater Lookout"

5/5 Excellent Reviewed 6 months ago

"Access the Conway National Park trailhead from the top of Kara/Orana street and from there you can run the approx 7.5 km round trip through the rolling tree-covered trail to a gorgeous lookout over..." more »

Nerad, Windsor, Canada
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"Honeyeater Track"

5/5 Excellent Reviewed 6 months ago

"Certainly a good level of fitness is required for this beautiful walk. Views are really beautiful from the top and well worth the effort. The downhill trek is much easier than the ascent, which can..." more »

Lovealifeoftravel, Yeppoon, Australia

Conway National Park, Proserpine, Queensland 4800 Australia