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Noosa National Park. Photo: Tourism and Events Queensland

Noosa National Park

Beach and beyond

One of Queensland’s most beautiful combinations of beach and forest is ready to be explored at Noosa National Park. Start your day with a dose of calm. Take a trip to the beach, and join the surfers as they soak up the morning sunshine amid the waves. Set off into the park and wind your way along the Noosa headland, perhaps spotting a turtle or dolphin in the waters below, and escape to a sheltered cove, such as Granite Bay. You’ll be glad you got up early to walk the Coastal track, once you reach the incredible view from Hell’s Gates—it’s a life affirming moment. Find respite from the summer heat in the rainforest on the Palm Grove circuit or indulge in a picnic overlooking beautiful Laguna Bay with its sweeping views from Noosa to Cooloola.

Location and getting there

160km N of Brisbane. Access is via the Bruce Hwy and Sunshine Mwy.

Visitor facilities and opportunities

ToiletsPicnic areaCampingCaravan/camper trailer/campervan sitesShort or easy walksHikesCyclingFishingHorseridingWheelchair access

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