Welcome to Conway National Park

Several walking trails start from near the picnic and day-use area. Further along the main road, towards Coral Point and before Shute Harbour, there’s a 1km track leading down to Coral Beach and the Beak lookout.

Top experiences in Conway National Park

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Conway National Park activities

$51.07 Day Trips & Excursions

Whitsunday Wayfarer | Guided Bushwalking Tour

The perfect way to spend a day - this walk has it all...The day will start with a steady climb to the top of Mount Rooper for a stunning (almost) 360 degree view of the Whitsundays. Along the way we'll enjoy sweeping views of Shute Harbour Bay and its sparkling turquoise waters, admire the green covered hills and valleys of the Conway National Park and stop to discover some of the areas native plants and unique inhabitants. There will be plenty of time for photos of the islands once we reach the peak boasting arguably the best views of the Whitsundays from the mainland. From here its mainly downhill on an easy going track through the ever-changing national park.  Before you know it you'll be stepping off the track and onto the sun-filled Swamp Bay, a peaceful, secluded beach full of natural treasures. Enjoy morning tea surrounded by an abundance of white coral, rugged, tree-lined shores and sparkling turquoise waters complete with views out to the Whitsunday Island - you’re sure to love every minute of this 7.2km return guided walk.This tour also includes a photo opportunity at Airlie's original and most scenic port, Shute Harbour.You wanted to get out, stretch your legs and breathe in the fresh air? Fancy some good company, rugged rainforest and some of the best views around? This is the tour for you!

$65.66 Day Trips & Excursions

Rainforests & Waterfalls

A tropical rainforest and waterfall discovery. This tour will take you on a drive out of Airlie Beach and deeper in to Conway National Park where we start our walk for the day. As we venture in to the ancient rainforest, we’ll take a detour along the Kingfisher Circuit where we’ll be on the lookout for Paradise Kingfishers flying beneath the  great forest canopy. A wide, slightly downhill track will then take us down through the rainforest before veering off towards Wompoo Way - a tranquil clearing with beautiful creek and the chance of spotting a Wompoo Fruit Dove or Ulysses Butterfly. After taking a moment to rest and truly appreciate this magical place, it’s a moderate uphill walk to complete our 8km circuit. Within just a short drive we'll find ourselves at Cedar Creek Falls; nature’s perfect backdrop for a light lunch and an afternoon perched on rock watching turtles, looking for that perfect angle to capture the waterfall on camera or enjoying a refreshing, invigorating swim beneath the waterfall.* *the amount of water flowing at the waterfall is heavily dependant on the season. Please be prepared for no water to be falling throughout dry season. There is however, always water at the base for swimming and the chance of a visit from friendly turtles (especially when the falls are quieter during dry season).