Noosa is a special place and the ultimate destination if you’re looking to lose yourself in nature for a few days.
The Noosa region is an internationally recognised UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and offers experiences from the incredible Everglades and National Parks to one of just ten surfing reserves in the world!
One of only two everglade systems in the world! The Noosa Everglades, known as the River of Mirrors because of it’s amazing reflections in the waters, is a 60km stretch of pristine waters, magnificent flora and fauna and narrow waterways. Stretched across two UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, the Noosa and Great Sandy, the area is home to more than 40% of Australia’s bird life.
Experience Noosa Everglades
Noosa National Park
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 its iconic Pandanus and Banksia.
Noosa World Surfing Reserve
Noosa officially became the tenth World Surfing Reserve in 2020!
The mission statement of World Surfing Reserves is to “proactively identify, designate and preserve outstanding waves, surf zones and surrounding environments around the world.”
The Noosa World Surfing Reserve covers the world class point breaks from Laguna Bay on Noosa Main Beach all the way to the beach break at North Sunshine Beach.
Noosa Trails, Hikes and More
Explore some of Noosa’s amazing trails with these great options –
Noosa Trail Network – made up of eight scenic hinterland trails and located just half an hour from Noosa’s beaches.
The Wooroi Trails – explore over 25km of fast flowing single-track mountain bike trails. Just 10km west of Noosa Heads.
Tewantin National Park – Home to protected areas of rainforest, open eucalypt forest and remnants of wallum heath. This area is a refuge to native wildlife including koalas and the area encompasses Mt Tinbeerwah and the Wooroi Trails.
Cooloola Great Walk – Traverse subtropical rainforest, pristine beaches, secluded swimming spots and giant sand dunes! This unique multi-day trek is located between Noosa and Rainbow Beach.
The Noosa Biosphere Reserve is home to 3023 wildlife species including kangaroos, koala, possums, echidnas, and so many more. In addition to the beautiful natural attractions listed above. You can also take to the water to try your luck spotting marine life such as dolphins, turtles, whales (in season) and reef fish.
Discover Noosa tours and cruises including whale watching and dolphin spotting.
Noosaville Sunshine Coast Accommodation
Look no further than Rimini for spacious Holiday Apartments in the heart of Noosaville. Offering 1 & 2 bedroom fully self-contained apartments with onsite facilities including swimming pool, hot tub and BBQ areas. All within just a short stroll of the majestic Noosa River.Posted on