Noosa Natural Attractions

Spend some time uncovering the natural wonders and attractions of Noosa, bringing a warm, tropical climate nearly all year round. Between the pristine beaches, lush national park and lakes surrounding, the diverse natural wonders of Noosa provide the perfect escape for couples, families and groups. 

Starting from Noosa Heads, hop on a ferry from Hastings Street which will take you along the Noosa River. The Noosa River connects to the Pacific Ocean and brings many visitors each year to experience the water activities and beautiful atmosphere. The ferry will leave you at Noosaville; a calmer alternative to Noosa Heads with its quieter, suburban feel, built around the river. Make the most of the endless water activities and dining off the river shore, or wake up early and listen to birdcalls as rowers glide across the water. Or why not enjoy a picnic from the river shore under the warm sun?

Continue into the upper reaches of the Noosa River, and you’ll begin to uncover the Noosa Everglades. Watch the water mirror its surroundings and discover one of just two Everglades on the planet. Here you can explore the wetlands in a day or set up camp for the night and extend your stay. Or for something a little cozier, tuck yourself into one of the lakeside cottages at Lake Weyba and spend a couple of nights completely disconnecting and indulging in your surroundings.

Back on land and west of Noosa Heads discover diverse rainforest at Tewantin National Park made up of subtropical forest. Take a walk through the park and experience some of the most of incredible views across Noosa’s coast, both river and forest.

Noosa’s choice of natural attractions suit all travel styles, whether it's exploring the land or experiencing the water, the diverse selection of escapes will leave you feeling recharged and renewed. One of the main attractions of this area is the subtropical climate with many awe-inspiring experiences all within a short distance of each other.

Discover Noosa’s beautiful national parks, beaches and lakes and take some time out of everyday time to reconnect with nature.