If you’ve been dreaming of how your next Noosa holiday will look we’re sure there will be a few relaxing walks involved. Below we’ve detailed our top 5 walks in Noosa to really see all that this beautiful part of the world has to offer.
Keep walking along Hastings street boardwalk and you’ll find Noosa Woods, a reserve of parkland and tracks that lead you though a forest full of birds and trees. Follow the track and it will lead you to the mouth of the river at the end of Main Beach. This is a great place to watch the sunset and is an easy stroll from us.
The entrance to the Tanglewood Track can be found behind the information centre in the Noosa National Park. Here you can explore the peaceful inland forest and changing landscapes. Be on the lookout for lace monitors, koalas, echidnas, red-backed fairywrens and little wattlebirds. This track does a full loop, coming back along the Coastal Track so plan for a couple of hours of walking.
The Coastal Track provides many spectacular coastal views. At Dolphin Point, see if you can spot any dolphins passing by. If you visit between June and November, you might be able to spot humpback whales swimming past the coastline. This track is popular with locals and visitors and is great way to truly see the beauty that Noosa has to offer.
You have never seen a view like the one you will see at Laguna Lookout. Overlooking the town of Noosa, the neighbouring bay and some of the volcanic plugs of the Glasshouse Mountains, Laguna Lookout is definitely one to see. To get here you take Viewland Drive from Noosa hill all the way to the end. This is another great place to watch the day turn to night as the sun sets over the hinterland.
Enjoy everything Noosa is famous for, with the Hastings street walk you can slowly make your way down the street, stepping into the boutique stores, enjoy a bite to eat at one of the many incredible restaurants and finish with a gelato at First Point as you watch the waves roll in.