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This Coastal Fringe and Hayward Gully hike wanders through lowland rainforest and cross a small tidal creek next to mangroves and cottonwoods. Keep an eye or ear out for conway's ' Big-foot' birds.Australian brush turkeys dutifully rake about in the leaf litter or you may hear the strange call of the shy and rarely seen orange footed scrub-fowl.
The walk is extended by branching of the coastal Fringe circuit to hayward gully continue through lowland forest and cross small rocky creek beds.
Hayward gully begins on a plateau high in the Conway range. A small patch of mangroves and associated wildlife adds diversity to the walk.
About the region
Conway is a national park in Queensland, Australia, 911 km northwest of Brisbane. The park's main feature is the Conway Peninsula which is covered by the largest area of lowland tropical rainforest in Queensland outside Tropical North Queensland.
Walk-in bush camping is permitted however there are no established camp sites. There are a number of walking tracks graded from easy to moderate.
For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Queensland.com
- Use a good quality insect repellent
- Circuit best done early morning before heat of the day
Max elevation: 23 m
Min elevation: 3 m
Total climbing: 89 m
Total descent: -87 m