Hell’s Gates is a unique destination within the Noosa National Park on the Sunshine Coast.
Don’t let its dramatic name fool you: it’s a must-visit for its breathtaking views of the coastline, from Double Island Point to Alexandria Bay.
Hell’s Gates, Noosa National Park, History, Coastal Walk, Track Map, QLD
Aside from marine animals, there are also various birds that can be seen here including sea eagles and osprey; it’s not uncommon to see them dipping into the ocean to catch some fish.
Hell’s Gates has designated viewpoints from where it’s ideal to take it all in. If you’d like to get some exercise, head along the scenic coastal walk track here. The walk is suitable for all ages, though there are some steep troughs. Begin the walk at the Noosa Heads Main Beach, from where you can buy a coffee from one of the charming cafes before you get to the Noosa National Park.
The start of the walk will take you through the main beach, then the headland and the boardwalk.
Bring along your swimsuit so that you can take a refreshing dip in the many beach access points you’ll come across at the Little Cove, Boiling Pot, and Tea Tree. Walk around the Noosa National Park, and take photos with the beautiful tea trees, eucalypt canopy, and the palms. You might even get to spot a koala while you’re here.
The walk to Hell’s Gates takes around an hour, and you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of the coast. The wonderful coastal views, nature, and wildlife make it the ideal destination for outdoor lovers.