Beautiful Sights at Noosa National Park
Noosa National Park is loved by tourists and locals alike. It features spectacular coastal scenery and is home to native wildlife such as the koala, glossy black-cockatoo, ground parrot, wallum froglet, lace monitor, honeyeaters, and red goshawk. Between June and November, you might even spot some migrating humpback whales at Dolphin Point and Hell’s Gates.
See a range of vegetation as you walk down the color-coded walking tracks. Bushwalkers could have their pick between easy to moderate walking tracks. The Palm Grove Circuit is a 15 to 30-minute walk through a rainforest. The Noosa Hill Track leads through open eucalypt woodlands and shrublands to
the top of Noosa Hill. The Coastal Track passes over several headlands and provides many spectacular coastal views. There are many other tracks to choose from.
Aside from walking, you may also enjoy a picnic overlooking beautiful Laguna Bay. The day-use area is located at the end of Park Road. Picnic tables, electric barbecues, drinking water, and public toilets are available for use.
There are many beautiful beaches surrounding Noosa National Park. The breathtaking coastal views are truly mesmerizing. However, swimming is not recommended since the beaches are not patrolled by surf lifesavers.
Spend a relaxing day strolling down the walking tracks and looking at the delightful array of flora and fauna. Noosa National Park is just a few minutes away from our Noosa Holiday Accommodation.