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Noosa National Park

The Noosa National Park is located on Australia’s Sunshine Coast. It is here that tourists will be able to enjoy the breathtaking scenery and immense variety of unique and interesting wildlife. No matter which area of the world you’re coming from, you’re sure to find something to do at Noosa National Park.
Highlights of the Tour

The Noosa National Park offers a myriad of things to see and do, making it the perfect destination to visit during the holidays. Within the park, visitors will be able to view a number of distinct species of animals, including that of the koala, common ringtail possum and the satin bowerbird. If you’re someone that likes to enjoy the scenery, the Noosa Headland, as well as the amazing plains around Lake Weyba, are two areas that provide unforgettable views. You can enjoy a delicious picnic at one of the many picnic areas in the Noosa headlands, which comes complete with picnic tables and electric grills.

Walking and general hiking is one of the best things to do when you’re visiting the Noosa National Park, as the 4 primary areas, East Weyba, Emu Mountain, Peregian and Noosa Headland, provide a wealth of hiking trails for both experienced and beginner hikers to take advantage of. If you are looking for a challenge, then the Emu Mountain summit walk and Noosa Hill track will provide plenty of difficulty. If what you seek is a simple and casual walk, then the Ocean Track in the Peregian section and the Coastal Track in the Noosa Headland section will offer you leisurely trails and peaceful scenery.

What You Can Expect

There are a litany of positive aspects to traveling to the Noosa National Park. One of the best features surrounding the park is that no matter what visitors are looking to do, whether it be swimming at the beach, trecking the trails within the forests or looking for an opportunity to spot the local wildlife, the Noosa National Park provides it all. It’s also a great destination for those that are into bird watching, as the park is home to a plethora of exotic species.

What to Watch Out For

The sole negative aspect of visiting Noosa National Park is that it’s oftentimes necessary to travel in groups, as there have been a number of assaults within the park. As long as you visit during the daylight hours, you should be safe.

How to Get There

The Noosa National Park is about 160km north of Brisbane and can be reached by taking the Bruce Highway and Sunshine Motorway. If traveling from another country, you can fly to the Brisbane Airport and take a taxi to the park.

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