The Noosa National Park is home to some of Australia’s most spectacular coastlines.
Noosa Heads National Park, Walk Tracks Map & Camping, Qld
Begin your exploration at the day-use zone, where you can find a small kiosk that sells fantastic coffee. From here, you can also grab a map at the information booth and see if you can spot any koalas hanging around in the treetops. The amenities here include electric BBQs, picnic tables, public toilets, and drinking water.
Be sure to wear walking shoes because going on the famous Coastal Walk will take you to some of the most breathtaking sights in this part of the Sunshine Coast. Just keep going with the ocean to your left, and give it around 4 hours to complete. You’ll encounter a wide variety of vegetation that will stimulate all your senses, including coastal bush, rain forest, the iconic Pandanus trees, Banksia, and so much more.
Continue going on the coastal path, then stop at the Boiling Pot. Take in the views, and if you have the time, go to the first beach, called Tea Tree Bay. It’s one of the most popular beaches in the area and is a short walk from Hastings Street.
Continue on the coastal track and try to spot some koalas in the trees just behind the coast. Some tourist facilities are found at the far end of the beach; then, from here, you can continue to Dolphin Point and Granite Bay.
Noosa National Park and all these incredible sights make it a must-visit while in the region.