Noosa National Park, Noosa

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#1 of 19 in Nature in Sunshine Coast
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Come see why Noosa National Park receives more than 1 million annual visits. At this 4,000 hectare (9,884 acre) park along the Pacific Ocean, relax on pristine, undeveloped beaches and swim, fish, and surf in the blue ocean-water. See koalas and short-nosed bandicoots in their natural environment, spot parrots and cockatoos, and watch migrating humpback whales offshore. Walking tracks throughout provide scenic hiking, but the park prohibits camping. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Noosa National Park and many more Noosa attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Noosa online itinerary planner.
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  • We have been trying for many visits over the years to get a car park here to even start the walk so very happy. We did arrive this time during the week and out of school holidays. We did the... 
    We have been trying for many visits over the years to get a car park here to even start the walk so very happy. We did arrive this time during the week and out of school holidays. We did the...  more »
  • Beautiful coastal bush walks within the Noosa National Park. Turquoise seawater on the beaches. Amazingly relaxing and superb sunsets. Keep a lookout for wild Koalas near Tea tree bay and Granite... 
    Beautiful coastal bush walks within the Noosa National Park. Turquoise seawater on the beaches. Amazingly relaxing and superb sunsets. Keep a lookout for wild Koalas near Tea tree bay and Granite...  more »
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  • Noosa National Park is amazing! Chrystal-clear turquoise waters, scenic walks, dolphins surfing on the waves and koalas hanging on the trees, they have it all. There are a few beaches here and the further you go the less populated they will be. There is a coastal trail, forest trail and a few more connecting between the two! Hells gates marks the end of the coastal trail and it’s worth walking all the way. Check with the visitor center about the last koala sighting so that you can easily find them. Have fun and take lots of pictures on the way
  • Really nice national park to visit and take walks through. Some very picturesque beaches and lush greens. Very easy to get to, and you have a large choice of walks. Make sure to bring water and a hat, as it can get very hot during the day

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