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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 #6 of 15 things to do in Airlie Beach

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rated by 71 travellers

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"overgrown"

3/5 Average Reviewed yesterday

"I started at the Brandy Creek end early morning and walked the trail to Airlie Beach in mid-January. The first 10 kms was in good condition (though due to recent rainfalls a couple of the creeks were..." more »

cwb75423, Melbourne, Australia

"Honeyeater lookout- Beautifully amazing"

4/5 Very good Reviewed 2 months ago

"The place is the gem in this beautiful island. It was my first walk in any tropical bushland and enjoyed that way more than what I expect. The whole trail of 7 km leads to HONEYEATER LOOKOUT which..." more »

385aurangz, Perth, Australia
1 person found this review helpful

"Honeyeater bird lookout."

4/5 Very good Reviewed 6 months ago

"Fantastic walk with lots of very good views, the track is well marked and the views are spectacular from the lookouts. The main problem for some people is that there are no signs from the town of..." more »

Peter S
1 person found this review helpful

Conway National Park, Proserpine, Queensland 4800 Australia