Airlie Beach Mountain Bike Trails

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Consultation has now closed. Thank you for your interest.

We recently prepared a Whitsunday Trails Concept Plan, proposing several mountain bike trails across the region.

Mountain bike trails are growing in popularity around the world, with other tourism destinations in Australia receiving tens of thousands of visitors, and millions of dollars, every year from visiting bike riders. Mountain bike trails are also a key land-based tourism activity, providing tourists an option for non-water based activities.

Stage 1 of the project includes around 50km of new mountain bike trails located in the Conway National Park near Airlie Beach.

The trail concepts for South Molle Island, Bowen, Proserpine and Collinsville will be considered for future stages of the project.

View the Concept Plans here, and have your say below!


Have your say

We want your feedback on the proposed Concept Plan for Stage 1 in Airlie Beach. We are also happy to receive feedback on the wider Whitsunday Trails concepts across the rest of the region.

Public Consultation will be open for four weeks, from 25 January to 26 February 2021.

Complete the short survey below, or visit us at the Airlie Beach markets on Saturday 20 February 2021 to view the plans and have your say in person.


Public Display - Airlie Beach markets*

*Unfortunately the markets were cancelled due to wet weather

Join us at the Airlie Beach markets on Saturday 20 February, between 8am and 12noon, to view the concepts and chat with council officers in person.

  • When: 8am - 12noon, Saturday 20 February 2021
  • Where: Airlie Beach markets, located at the Airlie Beach Foreshore
  • Who: Council officers will be in attendance to receive your feedback in person


Consultation has now closed. Thank you for your interest.

We recently prepared a Whitsunday Trails Concept Plan, proposing several mountain bike trails across the region.

Mountain bike trails are growing in popularity around the world, with other tourism destinations in Australia receiving tens of thousands of visitors, and millions of dollars, every year from visiting bike riders. Mountain bike trails are also a key land-based tourism activity, providing tourists an option for non-water based activities.

Stage 1 of the project includes around 50km of new mountain bike trails located in the Conway National Park near Airlie Beach.

The trail concepts for South Molle Island, Bowen, Proserpine and Collinsville will be considered for future stages of the project.

View the Concept Plans here, and have your say below!


Have your say

We want your feedback on the proposed Concept Plan for Stage 1 in Airlie Beach. We are also happy to receive feedback on the wider Whitsunday Trails concepts across the rest of the region.

Public Consultation will be open for four weeks, from 25 January to 26 February 2021.

Complete the short survey below, or visit us at the Airlie Beach markets on Saturday 20 February 2021 to view the plans and have your say in person.


Public Display - Airlie Beach markets*

*Unfortunately the markets were cancelled due to wet weather

Join us at the Airlie Beach markets on Saturday 20 February, between 8am and 12noon, to view the concepts and chat with council officers in person.

  • When: 8am - 12noon, Saturday 20 February 2021
  • Where: Airlie Beach markets, located at the Airlie Beach Foreshore
  • Who: Council officers will be in attendance to receive your feedback in person


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please complete the short survey below to have your say on the concept plans for the Whitsunday Trails proposal.

    Consultation has concluded
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