Noosa National Park

Noosa National Park is the most visited National Park and Australia and there are very good reasons for this. To get there you can take beautiful walk the boardwalk from Hastings street or drive out to the National Park Headland. The National Park will greet you with a number of trail options. The coastal walks will give exquisite views of the Coral Sea extending to the Noosa Hinterland and colored sands of Noosa North Sore ( For your reference, the cone shaped mountain in the distance is Mount Pinbarren and were Rosecliffe Boutique Farm Cottages is located). There are dramatic waves crashing on rocky cliffs, canopies of pandanas palms, secluded white sandy beaches, world class surfing and if you look up and you may see a resident koala. The Fairy Pools is just divine. To get there go to the far end of Granite Bay, you will notice a park bench as the track turns right around a large bend.  Once you leave the track, you’ll have to scramble down the rocks to find the rock pools below. Now all you have to do is choose your fairy pool (yes, there’s two!) and enjoy. Deeper into the park you’ll pass banksias, she-oaks and giant kauri pines.There is an information center and picnic area with electric BBQs at the entry.

See for further information and trail maps.