Honeyeater Lookout

2 h to 4 h

1 h to 2 h

7.4 km

↑ 384 m
↓ -384 m

Hard track
Starting from Kara Crescent, Airlie Beach, this walk takes you to the Honeyeater Lookout via the Conway Circuit/Whitsunday Great Walk and Honeyeater Walk tracks, exploring the lush rainforest of Conway National Park along the way. The breathtaking panoramic views over Airlie Beach and the coast beyond will feel extra satisfactory after the challenging uphill hike you’ve just conquered. The Whitsunday Islands one one side, mountains of Dryander National Park on the other. You may regret taking on this hike until the very last step, but once you set your eyes on the coastline all that background noise will leave it place to serenity and the feeling of completion. The sound of kookaburras and cockatoos may add to your experience as well. You’ll be protected from sunlight for most of the track, but the humidity can be extremely dehydrating nonetheless. Take plenty of water and come early to minimize effects of said humidity. Decent trekking shoes are recommended as the track can be slippery at times. Watch out for spiders and snakes throughout the track. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
Map Notes Terrain Reviews Conditions More
Downloads GPX PDF

Some of the information and maps on this page was generated using data from the awesome © OpenStreetMap contributors.
Please see how you can embed some widgets, access data and other stuff to that might be helpful.