The Noosa National Park is situated only walking distance from the Hastings St Precinct in Noosa heads and adjoins some of the most popular places to stay. The park is divided into four main sections. These are the Headland section the Peregian section, the Emu Mountain section and the East Weyba section. The headland section is the one most commonly visited as it is connected to the Hastings St region via a boardwalk which follows the ocean front and provides fantastic views of the coastline and the surfers catching the breaks along the shoreline leading out to the headland.
The Noosa Hill region abuts the National Park and there is lots of beautiful accommodation here. Much of this accommodation has beautiful views over the Noosa River and further up the north shore beaches towards Fraser Island
There have been some bad assaults from time to time in the more remote sections of the park so do not walk alone or at night. The park covers some 4000 hectares and is home to many unique species of bird and animal life. There are koalas in the park so this could be your chance to spot one in the wild. Many bird watchers come to the park to see rare species like the Glossy Black Cockatoo, the Ground Parrot and the Red Goshawk. All in all, the Noosa national park is a popular destination for tourists travelling to the Noosa region.
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