Enveloped by stunning natural surrounds and expanses of environmentally protected green spaces, Noosa is the perfect destination to unplug, leave the world behind, and find harmony in nature.
Noosa’s UNESCO Biosphere Reserve designation recognises the town’s unique balance between people and nature, and our ongoing commitment to protecting our stunning natural environment.
Whether you’re looking for a half-day cycling adventure or a leisurely beachside stroll, take in the incredible scenery and wide-open ocean vistas from the trail that hugs the coastline between these two seaside Noosa villages.
Picnic in the Greek-style amphitheatre, take in flowering bougainvillea and pretty water views at Lake Macdonald, and become a plant expert as you discover native species and other flora.
This little-known network of trails is a hidden gem within the Noosa region, the perfect place to get back to nature and lose yourself in the gravel, forest and farmland tracks that criss-cross the Noosa Hinterland – best explored on foot, horseback, mountain or e-bike.
One of only two everglades systems in the world, the Noosa Everglades support 44 per cent of Australia’s bird species, in this pristine system of waterways, known as the ‘River of Mirrors’.
Discover the soaring, golden sand blows and epic landscapes of this 100 kilometre long system of walking and camping trails, starting from Noosa North Shore.
Just moments from Noosa, discover the perfect network of picturesque gravel forest trails to tackle by mountain bike.
Along Noosa North Shore, the Great Beach Drive takes you the full 70 kilometre length of the sandy foreshore, past the coloured sand cliffs to the laidback town of Rainbow Beach.
Explore the rocky trails and breathtaking coastal tracks that wind through the eucalypt forests and pristine green spaces that are home to koala populations and other native wildlife.
Trek to the rocky peak of this towering giant, which casts an imposing shadow over the hinterland township of Pomona, then wind through the surrounding forest trails of the Tuchekoi National Park.
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