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Noosa National Park

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“sunshine beach”(222 reviews)
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Noosa, Queensland, Australia
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 6 January 2015

This walk is very beautiful, all the way you can see the sea and the beaches! On the way we saw a wild koala !!!, which is very lucky due to the unfortunate habitat loss and distraction :( As an animal lover I was extremely...More

6  Thank Jasmin L
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 5 June 2018 via mobile

Last time we stayed in Noosa we stayed very close to the National Park and we absolutely LOVED going for walks along the coast and through the rainforest. This is a must see experience if you’re staying in or near Noosa. This time we’re staying...More

4  Thank Camille M
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is an amazing place for exercise (walking, running) and learning about the local fauna. The trails are extensive. You can easily walk 10k on many of the trails. Take your binoculars to view dolphins and whales. Birding here is excellent too. When you're done...More

Thank Skootamattaken
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

100% worth the walk and it’s free - surf, stroll and enjoy 🙌 if you plan to walk it all comfortable shoes would have been better!

Thank Alice B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Having not been to Noosa for years and a first time with my kids (8 & 10) a walk in the national park was a must. In recent years it looks like a huge amount has been invested in the infrastructure with a large part...More

Thank Lynn S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Completed the Coastal walk and the views were stunning (except for the Alexandra Beach section). As a non local, I wasn't aware that this was a nudist beach. It's not paved after Hell's gate, so may be more difficult for people with mobility issues

Thank Jacqui P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Decided for another walk into the park excellent and world class. Very popular and parking is almost impossible to get unless you are very early. Even parks in and near Hastings Street are very hard to get. We parked almost at Noosa Junction. The walk...More

Thank Grant2508
Reviewed 1 week ago

Incredibly well crafted boardwalk trails alongside the coastline. The views take the breath away. Pretty easy walking due to the superb surfaces that have been created. It provides access to some superb beaches and viewing points. Koala viewing included. Why oh why can't the UK...More

Thank Bob T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is a new beautiful boardwalk connecting the town with Noosa NP. It is very well designed around the trees with lot of benches, even lights under the edge of trail and with lot of lookouts. Once you arrive at the entrance of the park...More

Thank MirkaYVR
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Make sure you go for a walk in the national park! Thanks to switched on residents the headland has not been turned into a property development area! Great walks for all abilities, access to wonderful beaches. And a chance to see the Dolphins.

Thank PrincessCaptainCook
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did the blue trail from Noosa beach to hells gate then then then the orange trail back. Enjoyable 2 hour walk

Thank miman_o
Reviewed 1 week ago

Noosa heads national park, this is a beautiful coastal walk, it's great exercise, sea breeze, clean air. it's next Hastings street and the beach. A great walking track.

Thank Silvieavella
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Sangeetha M
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Response from Swinksy | Reviewed this property |
Hi there. The walk is not difficult, you shouldn’t have any trouble with the baby carrier, do wear good shoes though as the path gets rocky up near Hell’s Gate. There are no Cafes in the National Park, the closest would be... More
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Kayla S
17 February 2018|
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Response from Tracey-Lee H | Reviewed this property |
Not time limit to parking & people are coming & going. I’ve never had a problem parking even on the weekend. Yes the track is kid friendly, you can easily use a pram. It’s all wheel chair access to just before hells gate... More
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helenahelena001
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Response from GDay1044 | Reviewed this property |
National Parks are open 24 / 7 there were no gates at the entrance - it is free to go in and you can visit anytime - parking is at a premium so very early am and late pm and when there is no surf (popular surfing spots at... More
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