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Noosa National Park

Located at the eastern end of Noosa and is one of Australia's most frequently visited national parks. The park has many walking tracks enjoyed by bushwalkers, nature lovers. Surfers can be seen catching a wave at one of the many coves and beaches, you may even see a pod of dolphins or whales or one of the many turtles the pass by. Wildlife is often spotted, including koalas, goannas and many bush turkeys.  Access to the park is located at the eastern end of Hastings Street and is also accessible from Sunshine Beach to the south.

Great Sandy National Park

Home to the Teewah Coloured Sands and Rainbow Beach, the park reaches north for 60 kilometres, from Noosa north to Rainbow Beach. It offers easy 4WD access to World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island where you will see ancient rainforests, beaches and fresh clear blue water of Lake Mackenzie. 

Glass House Mountains National Park

The Glass House Mountains National Park located in the sunshine hinterland to the south of Noosa.  The park has volcanic peaks which tower over the valleys below which makes for a popular destination with bush walkers with impressive walking tracks to panoramic lookouts. Take in the views, breathe in the fresh air.


 

Fraser Island

Fraser Island is an island located north of the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, approximately 200 kilometres  north of Brisbane. Its length is about 120 kilometres  and its width is approximately 24 kilometres  It was inscribed as a World Heritage site in 1992. The island is considered to be the largest sand island in the world and  it is also Queensland's largest island, Australia's sixth largest island .

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