Whitsundays Tropical Rainforest, Waterfalls and Airlie Beach Eco Experience

Whitsundays Tropical Rainforest, Waterfalls and Airlie Beach Eco Experience

4 hours Airlie Beach, Australia

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

Rainforest:

Venture deep into a tropical rainforest on a guided walk with local guides.
Learn about the area's rich history & unique flora & fauna
Take a photo beneath an ancient strangler fig tree
Look out for colourful butterflies, birds, reptiles & insects
Discover the food & natural medicines of the rainforest

Waterfalls:

Relax and refresh at the beautiful Cedar Creek Falls.*
Enjoy a fresh morning/afternoon tea & cold drink
Take a swim in the fresh water hole
Explore the natural surrounds
Relax
Itinerary
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Stop At: Conway National Park, Airlie Beach-Shute Harbour Road Whitsunday Area, Airlie Beach, Queensland Australia

A tropical rainforest and waterfall discovery. This tour will meet you at your accommodation and take you on a short drive out of Airlie Beach and into the Conway National Park where we start our guided walk for the day.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Whitsunday Great Walk, Forestry Road, Airlie Beach, Queensland 4800 Australia

As we venture down into the rainforest we’ll stop along the way to discover unique plants and animals and learn about the areas rich history and culture. Be on the lookout for colourful birds and butterflies flying beneath the great forest canopy and listen for the rustle of leaves as Lace Monitor lizards search for a spot in the sun. Snap a photo from beneath an ancient strangler fig tree and rest beneath the shade of the palms. This 3km return walk follows a wide, sturdy trail with some gradual up and down hill sections.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Cedar Creek Falls, Conway Road, Proserpine, Queensland 4800 Australia

Within just a short drive we'll find ourselves at Cedar Creek Falls; nature’s perfect backdrop for an hour perched on a rock watching turtles, looking for that perfect angle to capture the waterfall on camera or enjoying a refreshing, invigorating swim beneath the waterfall.

Duration: 1 hour

Included

  • Snacks
  • National Park fees
  • Hotel/port pickup and drop-off
  • Local guide
  • Entry/Admission - Conway National Park
  • Entry/Admission - Whitsunday Great Walk
  • Entry/Admission - Cedar Creek Falls

Excluded

  • Airport Transfers - available for additional fee upon request
  • Bottled water

Departure Point

Airlie Beach, Airlie Beach, Queensland

Traveler pickup is offered
We pick up from all hotels, holiday parks, hostels, marinas, holiday homes, Airbnbs etc. Please let us know your hotel/address at time of booking.

Please be ready near the front entrance/reception of your accommodation. We will contact you before your tour with a pick up time (usually 0-15 minutes before the advertised start time)

Ports

  • Coral Sea Marina
  • Port of Airlie


Return Details

Returns to original departure point
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • A basic level of fitness is required for this walk which is 3km return walk with moderate uphill sections. Please also take in to account hot, humid conditions which are also common in Tropical Queensland when considering if this tour is for you. if unsure, please give us a call to chat - we are more than happy to help ensure you have a safe and enjoyable time in the outdoors!
  • Due to uneven surfaces, this tour is not recommended for those with walking difficulties, disabilities or those using a wheelchair
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Bring swimwear & towel, hat, sunglasses & your camera
  • Bring plenty of bottled drinking water (min 1L per person - refills available)
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • Absolute Airlie are an awarded COVID19 CLEAN Practicing Business. We encourage guests to download the COVID Safe app.

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PAUL_G August 2020

Most interesting day learnt about type of plants and some aboriginal foods and the visit to the falls very enjoyable day

brynnleyyoung March 2020

Wowee! Our tour was guided by a lovely human called Jill, who was knowledgeable in all wild-life, plants and local history, which kept the tour exciting and engaging. She picked us up and returned us after the tour from our accommodation which was extremely helpful. Jill took us on a bushwalk through the wonderful Conway National Park and started with a trek through the Wompoo (what a name) circuit. This trek is roughly 5km return, with a lovely creek, small waterfall, some awesome vegetation and beautiful wild-life. We saw Goannas, Spiders, wonderful birds and even got cussed off by a wild pig! The trek was quite short with light intensity, however, there was some mud, loose gravel, fallen trees and some pretty wild weather which reminded you why it was called a rainforest. We stopped and had a large lunch spread, fruit, wraps, drinks etc (even a hot chocolate!). After this, Jill took us to see the great and wonderful waterfalls; easily accessible from the car park, long-drop toilets and change area, swimming and a natural back massage if you're brave enough to get close to the fall. All in all, this was a wonderful time and a fantastic opportunity to put your phone down and get up close with nature. Go wrestle a wild pig, go sit under a waterfall, it will do you wonders. If you decide to take this trip, I would advise you to bring good traction shoes, a change of clothes, a towel, a waterproof bag and a raincoat because you will get wet. All in all a great experience not to be missed!

hotrodchick March 2020

I live in the Whitsundays, so I found this trip very informative as I learned so much about the rain forest that I didn't know. Our guide Alice was very knowledgeable about the flora and fauna and willing to answer any questions the group had. This was a really enjoyable experience all round with spectacular scenery, a knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide and a friendly and cheerful atmosphere. Definitely recommend!!

PJ_Z March 2020

Great guide, Dave. Good knowledge of the forest and his species. Will definitely recommend this tour.

br0109 February 2020

This tour was a real disappointment than what we were expecting. Firstly it was soo hot that it felt like you were swimming in your sweat, this was compounded by the constant walking and trying to keep pace with the guide. The tour seemed rushed but also quite boring, the rain forest was nice however. After the walk the drive was quite scary as the driver guide was driving way to fast and dangerous on such a small winding road with steep drop offs on the side. The waterfall was disappointing filled with green water, slimy and slippery rocks and so many biting mosquitos. All totally disappointed.

NileLD February 2020

Great walk through the rainforest which ended with an amazing swim in a waterfall pool that was so refreshing after the hike! Our guide Gus was very knowledgeable about everything in the rainforest and we got to see some unique flora and fauna along with birds and even a toad. Highly recommended for those coming to Airlie Beach who want to see more of what makes up the region. And again, the swim was fantastic!

Nature-beauty-travel February 2020

Time and money well spent! If you love nature then you’ll love this. The day started with a beautiful walk through the rainforest and ended with a picturesque waterfall and a swim to cool off. Our tour guide, Dave, was fantastic with expert knowledge in everything along the way that far surpassed any expectations we had. Definitely a must do activity!

GrainDaisy February 2020

Loved this tour - learning all about the rainforest and local area from the very knowledgable and great tour guide, Dave! The tour ended with a refreshing swim in the creek and a lovely lunch. We really enjoyed getting to know more about the local area. Thank you for all, couldn’t recommend the tour more!

W3628GNchristiner February 2020

We booked the Absolute Airlie tour into the Conway National Park and were collected from our apartment by Alice and Jill. Both guides were really knowledgeable but were also interested in the members of our small group. There were five of us so we felt that we had a personal tour. Jill and Alice were good at spotting items of interest including birds, butterflies and reptiles. We also learnt about buttress roots and pioneer plants. The trip included a break for a snack by the river where kingfishers were flying. We drove out of the park to enter it again further along to gain access to a pool and waterfall. Here we encountered a small snake whilst eating lunch, but we were assured that it would not have caused major harm. The weather was cloudy, ideal walking conditions and the lunch provided was large and more than adequate. We had an enjoyable tour and it would be suitable for all ages.

Wzsivyer January 2020

Me and my partner went on this tour with tour guide Jill. She was absolutely wonderful and made this tour so enjoyable. We went to Conway park where we saw an abundance of wildlife and Jill was a fountain of knowledge about all the interesting plants and animals we can across in the rainforest. We saw Guanas, Ulysses Butterflies, golden orb spiders and cane toads! The walk was magical. We then went to Cedar falls swimming hole for a lovely lunch and a swim. Jill is a wonderful asset to you, make sure you book a tour with her!

lisagF9717HB January 2020

This was a great experience for our final day in the Whitsundays. We learned so much about the plants in the rainforest, and saw so much wildlife. Finishing with lunch and a dip in the waterfall. Our guide Jill was very personable and full of knowledge... We thought she had been doing this for years, but it appears she'd only been doing it a few months... She's a huge asset
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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