Rainbow Beach lies between Tin Can Bay and the Pacific Ocean, a vibrant coastal town named for its multi-coloured sand dunes.
Rainbow beach is the perfect launching pad for those with a taste for adventure and who would like to swim with dolphins, explore Fraser Island and see the nearby rainforests.
Rainbow Beach Accommodation & Camping, Sunshine Coast
Popular activities within the national park include walking trails, scenic drives, hiking, canoeing, picnicking and camping. The best way to see Great Sandy is by walking or four-wheel-driving as the sand tracks are rough. You can also access the Great Sandy by travelling up the Noosa River by kayak or small boat hired from the Boreen Point and Elanda Point private camping areas.
During your visit to Rainbow Beach, make sure to check out the Carlo Sand Blow, Double Island Point Lighthouse, Poona Lake and Inskip Point. These natural attractions are one of a kind, and whilst gazing out into the water, you may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a pod of dolphins, turtles, dugongs, sharks and other marine life.
Camping is available in the Great Sandy National Park; however, permits and fees apply. If you are looking for accommodation in Rainbow Beach, there are various options, including family-friendly apartments, B&Bs and a resort. There are also some accommodation options over the river at Tin Can Bay. Click the link below to find the best accommodation deals.