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Experience Noosa National Park walks

One of the things you must experience on the Sunshine Coast is the Noosa National Park and its range of walks. This area encapsulates the great Australian outdoors with its rainforests, pristine secluded beaches, amazing views, wildlife and rugged coastline.

It is home to an abundance of marine and land-based wildlife, and has some amazing and very picturesque walks. If you are lucky you might encounter a lace monitor or a sleeping koala.  From June and November humpback whales can be spotted as they migrate to and from their breeding grounds.  You might also spot dolphins or sea turtles from the coastal side.

The park offers over 15 kilometres of walking tracks of all grades from easy walking to medium level sandy tracks. A range of different vegetation stimulates the senses on these walks, from rainforest through to areas of coastal bush with iconic Pandanus and Banksia.

Popular tracks include:

1. Palm Grove Walk - 1.1km return, allow 15-20 mins
2. Emu Mountain Summit Walk - 1.1km return, allow 45 mins to 1 hour
3. Ocean Beach Walk - 1km return, allow 30 mins
4. Hakea Walk - 2.4km return, allow 1 hour
5. Noosa Hill Walk - 2.8km return, allow 1-1.5 hours
6. Alexandria Bay Walk - 4.2km return , allow 1 hour
7. Tanglewood Walk - 8km return, allow 2-3 hours
8. Coastal Walk - 10.8km return, allow 4 hours.


Easy Walk

An easy introduction to Noosa National Park is to take a stroll along the boardwalk from the end of Noosa Main Beach. This will take you past Little Cove, a favourite beach for the locals and on towards the park's main entrance.

Coastal Walk

For an adventurous walk that really takes in the beauty of the Noosa National Park and will get your heart beat up, you can’t go past the Coastal Walk. This walk follows the rugged coastline and starts at the main park entrance to Northern Sunshine Beach.

The first section is sealed so is okay if you have a stroller or would like to take someone in an assisted wheelchair.  You’ll be able to get to Boiling Pot (300 meters) and also to Dolphin Point (1.2kms), however we recommend that you check the national park website first as the gradients can increase to 11 degrees in certain sections of the pathways.

From Boiling Pot you’ll be able to take in the magnificent ocean views from atop a rocky outcrop.  Dolphin Point had views of Granite Bay and several coves.  Keep your eyes on the ocean as you may spot a pod of dolphin frolicking in the water below.

From here the path takes you to Hell’s Gates and is unsealed, and not suitable for wheelchairs or strollers.

If you can make it to Hell’s Gate you will be visually rewarded with a stunning view of the coast. For the keen walkers you can take a walk along Alexandria Bay and then re-join the track at the southern end of the beach.
You can then return via one of the other tracks through the rainforest or over the top of the hill.

Noosa National Park is located at the end of Park Road, Noosa Heads. Access is available by walking from Hastings Street along the seaside boardwalk, enjoying the ocean views as you go.

Visit the information hut for information or visit Noosa National Park.

Noosa National Park is 40 kilometers north of Maroochydore.

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