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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 #20 of 58 things to do in Airlie Beach

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"Single day 27km walk"

5/5 Excellent Reviewed 17 days ago

"As of November 2017 the second campsite from Forestry Road is not accessible due to trees being knocked over from the cyclone. There are no indications of this anywhere so beware. There are 2 water..." more »

Harry D

"Honeyeater walk"

4/5 Very good Reviewed 1 month ago

"Did the walk from Airlie beach. Would recomment doing it on a cloudy day, If you don't like the heat and sun, while doing hard physical work. Up hill almost all the way up, but then down hill all the..." more »

Karina P, Haderslev, Denmark
1 person found this review helpful

"Stunning views"

4/5 Very good Reviewed 2 months ago

"This walk was a very anticipated "to-do" on our trip to Airlie. We did the Honeyeater Lookout walk and being fairly fit - I found the walk quite easy... a little out of breath at some of the steep..." more »

Melissa J
2 people found this review helpful

Conway National Park, Proserpine, Queensland 4800 Australia