Noosa – More Than Just The Beach!
There’s more to Noosa than just relaxed vibes and sandy beaches – we’ve got you covered with some attractions that go beyond a standard day out at the beach!
Tewantin National Park
For those chasing the sunrise or sunset, a short 15-minute drive from our caravan park will take you to Mt Tinbeerwah Lookout in Tewantin National Park. After a short 1 km walk, you’ll be rewarded with a stunning 360-degree view of the Noosa Hinterland and the surrounding beaches.
This national park is home to protected areas of rainforest, open eucalypt forest and remnants of Wallum Heath that provides refuge for native wildlife including echidnas and koalas.
For those looking for an extra adventure, there are popular spots for abseiling and rock-climbing – best suited for experienced and suitably equipped people. There are also dedicated trails if you are keen to get around on mountain bike or even horseback! A memorable alternative than going on foot.
TOP TIP: bring a packed picnic to the lookout point while you take in the spectacular scenery.
The Noosa Everglades – kayak/canoe OR take it easy with a cruise
Whether you’re after an action-packed day, or to sit back and relax on a cruise – the Noosa Everglades is a beautiful way to spend a few hours or even an overnight adventure, soaking in the spectacular environment with Australia’s only Everglades system. There’s plenty of lush greenery, with over 44% of all Australia’s bird species residing in this region, including pelicans, ducks, cormorants, eagles and the rare jabiru.
We would highly recommend those adventurous travellers (with some endurance!) to try out the Everglades self-guided tour by canoe or kayak for a great day outdoors.
Catch the river ferry or book a private dining experience on a gondola along the Noosa River. There are many ways to see the river with a bundle of activities in the area for you to enjoy. With calm waters, it’s the perfect place for safe swimming, jet skiing, kayaking, fishing or maybe some stand-up paddle boarding.
Noosa National Park Walk
With an area over 4,000 hectares, Noosa National Park is a popular attraction with different levels of walking tracks available, including access for wheelchairs and prams. From secluded sandy beaches to rugged coastal features, it is no wonder this park has some of Queensland’s most picturesque scenery.
Pay attention to your surroundings as a diverse range of wildlife can be found here. From sleepy koalas by Tea Tree Bay to ospreys and sea eagles around the coastal tracks of Hells Gates.
It’s easy to lose track of time in Noosa. You can easily spend days or weeks discovering the area and some of the hidden gems we’ve mentioned here, and we think our Noosa Caravan Park makes the perfect place to create memories on your visit to Noosa.