Noosa is an Australian resort area on southern Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Known for its heavy surf Noosa has become a popular beach for backpackers and travellers who come here not only to swim but to see and be seen. Noosa is noted for its trendiness and before the Covar restrictions, the beach was always packed with people.
Despite being a surfers Mecca in the sixties, Noosa has remained a low key resort for the fashionable, as well as being a popular stop-off place for travellers moving up or down the coast. There are good beaches, fine cafes and restaurants and trendy shops and boutiques lining the town with a very accessible National Park at one end with great walks along the coast and the Cooloola National Park.
The National Park has views across to the Glasshouse mountain from the lookout, and you can walk bush tracks watching for koalas that live in the trees. There is a information Centre and free parking, and plenty of areas for relaxing and enjoying the amazing views.