Noosa National Park
The Noosa National Park, Headlands Section is just a short walk east from the Cove Noosa Resort along the Coastal Boardwalk. Discover secluded beaches, and magical coastal secrets, including the Noosa Fairy Pools.
Enjoy awe-inspiring coastal views and explore hidden forest trails. Watch for koala, dolphins, turtles and even whales (from June to November).
The park’s many beaches including at Tea Tree Bay and Granite Bay, are popular for swimming, snorkeling, and surfing. The southern end of Alexandria Bay is unofficially, clothing optional, for those inclined.
And the Coastal Section is only the beginning. This 4,000-hectare park is divided into four sections each with its own unique natural values to experience. While the Headland Section is the most popular national park in the country, the Peregian Section, Emu Mountain Section and the East Weyba section await.
Noosa National Park is a treasure trove of natural wonders, offering an array of experiences for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. The park’s pristine beaches, such as Tea Tree Bay and Granite Bay, are not only perfect for a refreshing swim but also provide excellent opportunities for snorkeling, allowing you to explore the vibrant underwater world of coral and marine life. For surfers, the waves at some of these beaches offer an exhilarating ride, making it a popular spot among the local surf community.
Venturing further south, you’ll find Alexandria Bay, a section that is unofficially known for its clothing-optional atmosphere, attracting those who prefer a more liberated beach experience. Here, you can bask in the sun and enjoy the natural beauty of the coastline in a relaxed and accepting environment.