Noosa National Park occupies stunning headland at Noosa, and as such, is made up of an incredible coastline that has everything from rocky crags to sheltered beaches. The unique rainforest is filled with fascinating wildlife, and is not to be missed. See the koala and the rare glossy black cockatoos, as well as the ground parrot and the wallum froglet.
The Headland section, the most popular for tourists, is conveniently connected to Hastings Street via an incredible boardwalk along the ocean. The Emu Mountain section of the park is home to a beautiful array of wildflowers, and the Peregian section boasts incredible beaches for your exploration. If you're looking to see the birds, try the East Weyba section and keep your eyes out for the Red Goshawk.
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There are multiple entry points into the park, mostly from Noosa or Coolum, including the Hastings Street boardwalk. Consult a map when choosing your point of entry, and keep in mind the different attractions of each section of the park. There are multiple car services for hire that will take you to the park for your visit.
Children are very welcome here and will enjoy the plentiful wildlife exploration, but be sure to stay to the marked paths.
There is a ranger station in Noosa Heads Old that will provide further information and maps as well as safety consultations.