Sunshine Coast Queensland, Australia
Including things to do in Noosa
Below you will find some of the listed 100 things to do in, or relatively close to, Noosa and the Sunshine Coast.
The Sunshine Coast is a laid-back place. It has beautiful river systems and lakes. It possess gorgeous beaches and subtropical forests. The Sunshine Coast also gets, of course, plenty of sunshine. Noosa is arguably the Sunshine Coast’s major attraction.
However there is much more on offer elsewhere. Discover family friendly Maroochydore, Mooloolaba, Coolum and Caloundra. We should also not forget the Sunshine Coasts peaceful and scenic hinterland.
Head to Maroocydore for wonderful beaches, rivers and fun entertainment. Explore the Sunshine Plaza to Cotton Tree. Head through Alexandra Headland and Mooloolaba. This little piece of Sunshine is rich with people enjoying the scenery. Join in the fun by jogging, walking and cycling besides the water. Alternatively just find yourself a good spot and watch it all pass you by.
Welcome to Australia’s Tidiest Town! Caloundra boasts stunning coastal walkways on some of the best boardwalks around. The place is designed for the perfect family holiday. Dig-out the scooters, bikes and have a picnic. Alternatively maybe just a friendly family game of football or cricket.
The green, rolling hills of this beautiful rural paradise has an air of magic unlike any other. Stunningly green undulating hills with patches of rainforest against the backdrop of the beautiful Glass House Mountains. Maleny makes for a perfect picture-taking picturesque holiday.
Head for Noosa
Noosa is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Australia. Its cosmopolitan and friendly atmosphere is a hit with most who come to experience it. That laid-back holiday feeling will soon take the stress of everyday life away. Noosa is surrounded by wilderness regions. This provides a wonderful contrast but also an opportunity to explore the region in relative ease and comfort.
The Great Sandy National Park (GSNP) is situated just north of Noosa. It includes two vast wilderness areas, Fraser Island and Cooloola. These two regions have a shared geology, geography, flora and fauna. The main distinct difference is the Cooloola section is still part of the mainland. Whereas Fraser Island lost touch many thousands of years ago. Scientists have described The Great Sandy National Park as having the largest ‘vegetated sand dune system’ in the world.
The Cooloola covers an area of approximately 70,000 hectares. It stretches from Noosa to Rainbow Beach. Cooloola is considered such a unique wilderness region it has recently been nominated for ‘World Heritage’ listing. It contains a vast array of natural wonders, including the Noosa River and Lakes system. High dune rainforests and perched lakes await you. We should also mention the large number of pristine beaches.
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