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Explore the National park from Hastings st. , but also can access from Sunshine beach, walk into Alexandra beach and back via coastal path. Both approaches have lovely tracks with stunning scenery. Possibility of seeing koalas too.
The Fairy Pool are a must see! Type fairy pool in google maps and it will lead you to them. They are easy to miss and walk pass but so worth the climb down the rocks. Must check when low tide is before you visit them tho.
Our family loves to go to the National Park particularly Tea Tree Bay for morning swims, the walk is great exercise to get you really hot and sticky for the swim. If your parking in the car park, get their early too, I'm pretty sure its not timed parking so people can stay as long as they like. Great spot for short and long walks.
Natural, expansive and botanically interesting. Coped with huge amount of Touris traffic and still allowed some seclusion. Noosa Council must be congratulated for their foresight in providing such clever walkways and thoughtful access to bush nooks. In a tropical downpour the Parks become a magically beautiful forest for dreamers
Take the walk around the headland - take water and a hat though as it is hot and there is not facilities along the way - take your camera but - as this is the most spectacular beautiful blue scenery you will find!! Rugged coastal Banksia and She Oak trees - amazing!!
To walk in Noosa National Park is the best thing ever. The natural beauty is stunning. You can see whales, dolphins, large manta rays, sea birds and sometimes an elusive koala. Not all in one day though.
Excellent value. Very close to Noosa river and good selection of Noosaville restaurants. Short drive to Noosa main beach and Noosa National Park.