What to do
From Noosa to Rainbow Beach, there are 88km of epic sights to see including tall eucalypt forests, hidden sub-tropical rainforests, coastal cliffs and giant sand dunes. You will be rewarded with magical coastal views, unique Australian flora, secluded swimming spots and complete serenity.
With its abundant wildlife, endearing villages and pristine wilderness, a drive through the Noosa hinterland provides a number of scenic stops on the way. Climb Mt Tinbeerwah, Mt Cooroora, Cooran’s Tablelands Lookout and Mt Wolvi for stunning country views.
Situated on the shores of Lake Macdonald, Noosa Botanic Gardens cover 8 hectares of native and exotic plant species. A Greek-style amphitheatre overlooks the water, walking paths and a large lawn and picnic area, perfect for a relaxed picnic on a sunny day.
Laguna Lookout provides incredible panoramic views of the Noosa River and across to Noosa Main Beach, the North Shore, Noosaville, and Tewantin. It is spectacular at any time of day, but particularly at sunset as Noosa is covered in a golden glow.