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Lovely trails through the national Park, easy to follow. Lots of wildlife to see and places to have breaks. Would recommend checking out the national park if passing through Airlie and surrounding areas.
We started one of walks to Swamp bay and like a number of people ended up turning back as there was no signage to indicate how much further it would be. Unfortunately when we went it had rained so the track was quite muddy and...More
This is a hidden treasure with magnificent walks and beautiful beaches. Don't forget to pay a visit to George's Diner at the Caravan Park as it is unforgettable. The work carried out by the council on the foreshore since the cyclone has made this a...More
The trek to Coral Beach was ok. The beach itself was full of broken corals and not suitable for sunbathing. The trek to The Beak Lookout was challenging. The trees were overgrown and hid most of the lovely views. Good walking shoes recommended.
Conway Beach is so sad. Nothing very much has been done since Debbie hit town. It took the full brunt of the cyclone, but the children's playground has been rebuilt, but the beach is sad and empty. So many homes were damaged.
Take a trip out to the Brandy Creek parking area, as the starting point for some beautiful bush-walks in Conway National Park. The sign is about 5km out of Cannonvale on the Proserpine road. Take a drive down there to the parking area for a...More