Spectacular views can be seen from several lookouts along the track. You will also see coastal rock formations such as the Boiling Pot and Hells Gates. Beaches include Tea Tree Bay, a pandanus-lined sandy beach, the more rocky Granite Bay, historic Winch Cove and the sweeping Alexandria Bay.
Koalas frequent the gum trees along this walk and honeyeaters are often seen in the flowering shrubs next to the track. Out to sea, frolicking dolphins and migrating humpback whales are sometimes seen by the keen observer.
The Noosa Headland Section of Noosa National Park is at the end of Park Road, Noosa Heads.
Stay on marked walking tracks and walk in daylight hours only. There have been serious assaults in this park.
Be aware that beaches surrounding Noosa National Park are not patrolled by surf lifesavers. Swimming here can be dangerous.
Wear a hat and sunscreen, bring sufficient water, and allow adequate time to complete the walk. Suitable, sturdy footwear is recommended.
Noosa enjoys a mild, subtropical climate, so it is pleasant to walk all year round.
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