One of Noosa’s best features, this lovely park covers the headland, and has fine walks, great coastal scenery and a string of bays with great surfing. The most scenic way to access the national park is to follow the boardwalk along the coast from town. Koalas are often spotted in the trees near Tea Tree Bay, and dolphins are commonly seen from the rocky headlands around Alexandria Bay, an informal nudist beach on the eastern side. Pick up a walking track map from the Noosa National Park Information Centre at the entrance to the park

Noosa National Park is a national park in Queensland, Australia, 121 km north of Brisbane. It is situated near Noosa Heads between the Pacific Ocean and the Sunshine Coasts’s northern area of urban development and extends southwards, past Lake Weyba to Coolum. The 4,000 hectare park is divided into four sections; Headland Section, Peregian Section, Emu Mountain Section and the East Weyba Section.[1] Noosa National Park is the most popular national park in the country, with more than 1 million visits each year. Several beaches in the park provide good locations for swimming. These beaches are not patrolled. Swimmers should be aware of strong currents at Alexandria Bay. The southern end of Alexandria Bay is unofficially clothing optional. Rockclimbing, fishing, surfing and snorkeling are other recreational activities undertaken in the park, while camping is banned

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