Noosa National Park

A National Natural Treasure

Noosa National Park

Noosa National Park encompasses an area of more than 4,000 hectares, including sections surrounding Lake Weyba, Peregian and Coolum. Noosa National Park is extremely important for nature conservation and is home to several rare and threatened species.


Noosa National Park is one of Australia’s favourites and is one of the easiest to access by foot from local areas. Noosa National Park is loved by locals and tourists alike, A range of different vegetation stimulates the senses, from rain forest through to areas of coastal bush with iconic Pandanus and Banksia.

Tea Tree Bay


A very pretty bay that is very popular with the many visitors to Noosa, just a short stroll through the very beautiful Noosa National Park.

Due to the beaches proximity to Hastings Street it is very popular with tourists.

Granite Bay

This beach located in the Noosa National Park changes between sand and large granite pebbles. At high tide the beach all but disappears, however in recent times due to storm activity there is a great deal more sand. National Parks recently built access ways to Granite Bay, making it much easier to access.

Alexandria Bay Noosa


Take one of the many walking trails through Noosa National Park and spend a day at Alexandria Bay.

Take food and plenty of water as the walk is quite long. This beach is clothes optional, nudist or naturist, whichever term you prefer.


The beach is home to the annual Alexandria Beach Carnival where crowds of 400 to 500 people participate or watch various nude sporting and fun activities.

The beach is not regularly patrolled and swimming is not recommended as there have been a number of fatalities due to strong rips and currents.