The Top 5 Nature Walks In Noosa

The Best Nature Walks In Noosa
The Best Nature Walks In Noosa

The Best Nature Walks In Noosa

The best way to soak up the beautiful Noosa landscape and nature within the Noosa Biosphere is to immerse yourself for an hour or 3 on one or all of these inspiring nature walks. Noosa has an abundance of beautiful nature walks to try and they are suitable for all ages and walking abilities.

We have put together a list of The Top 5 Nature Walks in Noosa as based on guest feedback at The Rise Resort.

One Of The Best Nature Walks In Noosa - The Fairy Pools

1. Noosa Fairy Pools

When the sun is shining in Noosa, you cannot miss the incredible fairy pools. A walk through the amazing Noosa National Park will lead you right to where you want to go. Be amazed by the ocean views and look out for Koalas and Dolphins on the way! Once you make it, jump in for a refreshing dip in the contained Fairy Pools and enjoy as the waves wash fresh water in.  

How To Get There

How to get to the fairy pools from Noosa Main Beach
The Best Local Lookout In Noosa - The Laguna Lookout

2. Laguna Lookout

Whether you’re planning an afternoon picnic or a trek, the Laguna Lookout is the perfect location to spend an afternoon. Situated amongst the beautiful rainforest, a walk to the lookout will leave you feeling peaceful and fit. There’s also plenty of opportunities to see wildlife on the way, so not only to you get a panoramic view of the lagoon, you also get to experience nature at its finest.

How To Get There

How to get to the Laguna Lookout from The Rise Resort Noosa
Sunshine Beach all the way down to Coolum Beach near Noosa QLD

3. Sunshine-Peregian Beach

If you’re keen to escape Noosa Town for a day, head down to Sunshine-Peregian Beach. This beach is renowned for their beautiful, white sand and crystal-blue waters. It is perfect for a picturesque and peaceful walk that won’t leave you worn-out. Plus, you can reward yourself with a relaxing swim at the end!

How To Get To Sunshine Beach

How to get to Sunshine Beach from The Rise Resort Noosa
The Mountain In All Its Glory - Mount Cooroora in Pomona - 32 minutes from Noosa

4. Climb Mt Cooroora

Do you want 360 degree views of the Queensland Hinterland? Then climb the incredible Mt Cooroora! This mountain is a challenge certainly worth the energy. Cooroora is also famous for the King of the Mountain race, where athletes run from town all the way up to the summit. A short but intensely rewarding activity, Mt Cooroora is one to remember.

Where Is Mount Cooroora?

Mt. Cooroora is located in the Queensland town of Pomona, a 32 minute drive from The Rise Noosa (well worth the drive!). You wont miss the Mountain as you enter the town.

How to get to Pomona from The Rise Resort Noosa to climb Mount Cooroora
A Beautiful Pandanus Tree In The Noosa National Park - A Must Do Walk For Any Noosa Traveller

5. Noosa National Park

A walk through Noosa National Park is a must when visiting Noosa. Soothing with incredible views, you can breathe in that fresh, natural air and enjoy a cruisy walk with the whole family. The wildlife is incredible, with bush turkeys, geckos, turtles and dolphins, plus the occasional koala if you look carefully!

How To Get There

How To Get To Noosa National Park From Noosa Heads Main Beach

Did you visit one of these Nature Walks or another one elsewhere in Noosa? Let us know in the comments below which was your favourite!

These Top 5 Nature Walks are only a slice of the many different outdoor walks around the Noosa area. Experience these Top 5 gems and more during your holiday at Noosa. Stay in luxury with pleasant views of Noosa at The Rise Resort by clicking this link. Book direct online to save 5%!

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