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Enjoy a different Whitsunday experience and escape to the tropical refuge of the Conway Ranges. Conway National Park contains lowland tropical rainforest remnants and picturesque rocky creeks.
Part of the Whitsunday Great Walk, the Kingfisher Circuit weaves through giant strangler figs and tulip oaks decorated with basket ferns.
As you relax by seasonal creeks, look for the brilliant blue flashes of Ulysses butterflies and listen for the squeak of grey fantail birds. Walk uphill past bright palm trees and return to the car park on an old logging road.
About the Walk
45 minutes - 1.5 hour
The Brandy Creek car park.
- Tropical rainforest
- Picturesque creeks
A moderate level of fitness is required for steep sections. Be prepared for lots of stairs.
Best Time To Go
The track is closed during the wet season from February to March. Between April and September, conditions are less likely to be very wet or too dry.
How To Get There:
From Airlie Beach: Travel west along Shute Harbour Road for about 10 kilometres and turn left onto Brandy Creek Road. Follow this road and then Forestry Road for six kilometres through to the car park, which is the start of the Whitsunday Great Walk.
From the Bruce Highway: One kilometre north of Proserpine (or 65 kilometres south of Bowen), turn off the highway onto Shute Harbour Road. Travel 12 kilometres before turning right onto Brandy Creek Road. Follow this road and Forestry Road through to the car park.
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Conway National Park
Queensland 4800 Australia
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