Noosa National Park is an entire headland and one of Australia's most popular parks for good reason. Accessible and beautiful, its coastal and rainforest tracks are well-worn by hikers, runners, surfers and nature enthusiasts from all over.
The Great Sandy National Park is home to the Teewah Coloured Sands, Noosa Everglades and the Cooloola Great Walk, connecting Noosa to Rainbow Beach.
Tewantin National Park, just 10 minutes from Noosa Heads, Incorporates Mt Tinbeerwah and the Wooroi Day Use Area, a mecca for mountain biking and even abseiling.
The colossal Mt Cooroora in Pomona is the centrepiece of Tuchekoi National Park with panoramic views across farms and forest to coastal lakes and the Cooloola Sand Patch
Noosa offers a diverse and wonderful experience for everyone who visits. The region has an array of beachfront towns, riverside areas and hinterland communities with a relaxed and casual lifestyle, leaving you wanting more. Read below to find out more about each village, their activities, accommodation and great deals.