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Conway National Park...
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Wom-poo' is the sound made by the beautifully coloured Wompoo fruit-dove, so listen and see if you can spot one. The Conway National Park covers 225-kilometres of lowland tropical rainforest and a number of walking trails on the Conway Circuit have been created. Follow an old logging road 2.4-kilometres through tall, lush rainforest. Turn left to reach a calm creek lined with Alexandra palms. This 7-kilometre return walk has a few steep sections, shallow creek crossings after rain, plentiful wildlife and will take you about four-hours to complete. The walking track is shared with mountain-bike and Segway tours.
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