An Introduction to Noosa National Park

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Encompassing more than 4,000 hectares, including sections around Lake Weyba, Peregian and Coolum the Noosa National Park is a nature lovers paradise and the perfect place to reconnect with the great outdoors.

Regarded as one of Australia’s favourite National parks it is also important for nature conservation and home to some rare and threatened species. Visitors to the park will spot a variation of vegetation, including rain forest and coastal bush with it’s iconic Pandanus and Banksia.

Best accessed by foot, an easy introduction to Noosa National Park is to take a walk along the boardwalk from the end of Noosa Main Beach. This walk will also take you past Little Cove, a great spot to stop and cool off with a swim, or just admire the beautiful coastline. Follow the coast path stopping at the ‘Boiling Pot’ a short distance into the park. From here you’ll enjoy stunning views back towards Noosa and to the right; Tea Tree Bay.  Moving further along coastal track past Tea Tree Bay and along the coastal track towards Dolphin Point and the finish of the sealed point.  The track is suitable for strollers and wheelchairs up until this point.

Stay tuned to our Sunshine Coast things to see and do page for more featured walks and destinations within the Noosa National Park.

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