Welcome to Conway National Park
There's enough diverse beauty in Conway National Park to lure travellers to Airlie Beach away from the Whitsundays, deep into the rainforest hills and remote beaches that were once the hunting grounds of the Giru Dala. The mountains of this national park and the Whitsunday Islands are part of the same coastal mountain range. Rising sea levels following the last ice age flooded the lower valleys, leaving only the highest peaks as islands, now cut off from the mainland.
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.