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Noosa Heads - Almenningsgarðar og náttúra

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Kaffihús
“A scenic walk with beautiful vistas and and landscape, busier on week ends. Take water and comfortable footwear , also you will pass beaches which are great spots to cool down .”
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National Park
“This popular National Park features some of Queensland's most picturesque scenery. Popular with both locals and visitors, the coastline views include secluded beaches, rugged rocks and spectacular ocean views. Walkers might spot dolphins playing in the ocean at Boiling Pot and Dolphin Point, or green turtles in the surging waves below Hell's Gates. There are many walking tracks through rainforest, open bush, clifftops and beautiful sandy beaches. Noosa National Park is just a quick drive – simply continue on Eastwards through Hastings Street to the National Park carpark. Many of the tracks winding through the park start and end at Noosa Headland day-use area. There is usually plenty of parking to be found at the park day-use area (unless the waves are high and the Coasts surfers are making the best of the surf conditions). ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Walking tracks, beach access and the Noosa River mouth - fishing and snorkelling”
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Beach
“if you are bringing your pooch along with you, this is a great spot to have him off leash. Enjoy the quiet beach its pretty beautiful down there.”
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National Park
“This is a beautiful walk and a great way to see the beauty of our little region. The total walk to Hells gate takes approx 1 hr and 30mins. If you are lucky you may see the dolphins playing or stop along the way and some of the smaller swimming locations”
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Almenningsgarður
Hundahlaup
“The Northern end of Sunshine beach is the only off leash spot to take your beloved hound. its a beautiful pocket north of the surf club and a perfect area to give the hounds a run!.”
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Almenningsgarður
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Strendur

Bay
“Tea Tree Bay is a stunning beach in Noosa National Park that’s the perfect getaway spot from the busy crowds at main beach. A short walk through the national park will lead you to this secluded bay. The bay is a popular spot amongst surfers and people looking for a quiet place to enjoy the sun.”
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Beach
“if you are bringing your pooch along with you, this is a great spot to have him off leash. Enjoy the quiet beach its pretty beautiful down there.”
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Beach
“Little Cove is a short boardwalk, walk from main beach it's only 100m long, tree hugged and sheltered. Sunbake on the sandy beach and swim in the sparkling clear calm water”
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Bay
“A surfers delight. This is where the experienced surfers like to go. On a big swell, the waves peel around this hidden gem. Not for the faint hearted though and definitely not the in experienced.”
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Hundahlaup
“The Northern end of Sunshine beach is the only off leash spot to take your beloved hound. its a beautiful pocket north of the surf club and a perfect area to give the hounds a run!.”
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Surf Spot

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Gönguleiðir

Slóði
“The coastal walk from Noosa Main Beach to Hells Gate is a must do! It's so beautiful. Keep your eyes peeled for koalas, turtles, echidnas, dolphins and whales (in season). It takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes round trip from Noosa Main Beach. Stop for a dip at Little Cove, Tea Tree Bay or Granite Bay. ”
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