We went for a lovely 8km walk around the national park, it was an overcast day but still such a beautiful spot. We saw dolphins and the views are amazing.
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On a bright sunny day, we headed to Noosa from Brisbane .We reached around 2PM at Noosa National park which is near to Noosa main beach and hasting street. We headed to Hell's gate from Noosa National Park's car park.The pristine pacific costal walk was...More
The National Park offers plenty with walks or runs to Hells Gate and then a return through the middle of the park. The scenery varies from stunning to serene.
Noosa National Park holds many attractions. It's easily accessible by car, bicycle or foot from Hastings Street and other central locations, has well defined walking tracks, lovely beaches, interesting flora and wildlife like koalas, birds and reptiles. The park is geographically small and has numerous...More
the walk from Noosa main beach around to Dolphin Point is excellent. Some lovely beach spots to stop and swim at. Well constructed and maintained boardwalk. Pity about the people who do not drop into single file when approaching someone in the opposite direction.
What a great place to visit. We started on the Coastal Track Number 4 and returned on the Tanglewood track Number 2. An abundance of photo opportunities on the Coast Track we saw whales and dolphins. We started our walk around 10:30 and the water...More
Walked half way through the park and back. Saw a Koala, some Pythons in a tree and a large lizard. Great views throughout. A bit strenuous but not too bad.
Is shady and a good walk along the coastline to a few secluded coves and beaches. Good exercise but no good for prams or wheelchairs
We enjoyed a number of the walking tracks in the Noosa National Park, some sealed and easily assessable, some not so. The views from the coastal walk are wonderful. There are a number of standards to be enjoyed. Parking spots are in high demand, patience...More