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Noosa | Outdoor & Adventure

From kayaking through pristine waters to climbing picturesque mountains, there are some incredible things to do around Noosa for everyone yearning for the great outdoors and some adventure.


Hinterland Road


The Noosa and Sunshine Coast region is awash with stunning scenery, wildlife and quaint towns that pass through from Maleny to Mapleton, out through Yandina and Eumundi, and past Eumundi, Cooroy and the township of Kin Kin. This stunning drive through the Noosa Hinterland is reminiscent of the quaint countryside and is complete with rainforests, waterfalls, villages, farms, cafes, artist studios, and a sense of community.


Walking and Cycling Trails


Whether you’re an avid hiker or cyclist, or simply like to amble along taking in the scenery, Noosa is complete with walking and cycling trails. Are you feeling fired-up to take on a longer walk? Then the Sunshine Coast Great Walk could be just what you’re looking for, covering 58.8km, or take off on the Noosa National Park walk and set your own pace.


Coastal Road Trails


Cross the Noosa River on the car ferry barge to discover the picturesque Noosa North Shore. Here you’ll find the breathtaking beaches of Double Island Point, positioned between Rainbow Beach and Noosa North Shore in the Cooloola section of the Great Sandy National Park. Hop in your 4WD or hire one, as these sandy coastal roads are worthy of day-trip status.

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