Different walks through the park, especially the coast track is pretty. Some beaches for a swimming stop and also benches at the lookout points! Nice to spend half a day ☺️
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What a wonderful park looking across to Noosa. The main coastal path is very heavily used by surfers but don’t let this put you off. We used some of the lesser used paths in the hope of catching a glimpse of a koala. After walking...More
We ventured into the park from Sunrise Beach and found the walk to be a good distance with four children aged 12,9,6 and 2. Great beach to stop off at on the way which felt a thousand miles from any hustle and bustle. Great views...More
It was really wonderful walking along the coastal pathway, the pathway is well maintained and there is no litter anywhere! On the walk we saw dolphins in the bay, a koala fast asleep overlooking the ocean at the top of a tree and a 2m...More
With a solid walking track nearly to Hells Gate, the park is now even more accessible than ever, and with a majestic ocean view the whole way it is a magic walk.
A must for all. Family friendly path for prams and wheel chairs. Toilets and coffee available. Glorious views along the way. For those who are fitter a walk to Hells Gates is a must. Wildlife spied were koalas, dolphins and a turtle at Hells Gates....More
Well worth the walk. Walking from the main beach out to hells gate is about 4.5km of some pretty terrific coastal views. You can continue on to a s clouded beach and even walk through the forest where you might be lucky enough to spot...More
Walked the coastal path by star and moonlight to see the a 'perfect' sunrise. Didn't take too long to lose the lights of Noosa and enjoy a sunrise in a quiet and unlit environment, waiting for the sun to rise. Well worth the wait.
The national park has many walking track options which provides both great choices and challenges depending on the experience the walker wants to enjoy. There are both walks through bushland and along the coast. Our highlight was definitely the coastal walk which again has distance...More