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We walked the Airlie Creek Track early one morning and found the walk itself energising but the track wasn't good. The track is pretty poorly maintained and it doesn't go anywhere. I guess we were wanting a lookout or rockpool / spring to mark the...More
The track starts of quite easy meandering up the edge of the creek and slowly gets a bit steeper in areas as you get closer to the end. Awesome views along the way back onto the coast and if you so desire there are a...More
This is a great walk with 4 different grades, starting with the easiest first , closed in foot wear is recommended as some of the track is covered with over growing grass. Also take water. Heaps of bird like and lizards.
My wife and I completed this walk recently when in the area. The gradings for the walk seem a little over the top - it's steep but not that bad - and the track is well laid out and marked. However the pools at the...More
This may have been a good walk before cyclone Debbie but, Debbie cannot be held responsible for the urban encroachment with homes and apartments built over the edge of the gully. Every time I raised my sight I saw buildings and the sound of building...More
I love this walk. It has 4 levels of terrain, starting off with very easy so even if you are unfit you can walk to the lovely timber bridge. If you are fitter, keep following along the tail as it changes along the way as...More
I saw the entrance of the track while driving into Airlie Beach so decided to check it out the next day. It's easy to get to from the heart of Airlie Beach, and also has an information sign about the track before you enter. It...More
It was a realy short walk. It has four sections which should go harder too the end. But i dont realy recognice any changes. If you are at the end there is nothing just a little creek and you have to walk the same boring...More