Noosa National Park

Dawn to dusk in South-East Queensland’s spectacular Noosa National Park. Banksias, she-oaks, eucalypts, native cypress pine forests, teatree wetlands, coastal rainforest, wallum heathlands and grasslands feature on this picturesque virtual walk along the Headland section of the Noosa National Park.

Begin at dawn and follow the popular Coast Track to confront a fiery sunrise over the Boiling Pot. Wind your way past the pandanus lined Tea Tree Bay, over many headlands with spectacular ocean views, then explore marine life in the magnificent Fairy Pools. Discover the rocky grandeur of Granite Bay, Winch Cove and Picnic Cove. Face gale force winds rising over the high bluff above Hells Gates. Circle behind the gates to reach the beautiful sweeping beach of Alexandria Bay for a bit of sunbathing before returning back along the Coast Track.

Come face to face with a Koala heading in the opposite direction on the short but picturesque Palm Grove Circuit Track. Relax as the sun sets Laguna Bay ablaze at dusk and relive some moving memories of the day’s adventures.

243 images | 24 Minutes

Featuring tjupurru on seismic didjeridu (didjeribone)

Visuals Copyright Duncan Waddell 2006 | Audio Copyright Adrian Fabila 2006


Noosa National Park, Noosa Headlands Section

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Maps

Noosa Headland walking tracks map PDF, 143.32 KB

Indigenous Australia Map

National Native Title Tribunal Maps

Information

https://findapark.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/noosa

https://findapark.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/noosa/coastal-track