Walk, Swim, Surf & Relax
Coastal Track from Main Beach to Hell’s Gates return. Approx. 10.5km
Tanglewood Track from Hell’s Gates to National Park Carpark.
Palm Grove Track from Noosa National Park Carpark return.
Noosa Hill Track from National Park Carpark return.
Voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Protected from most of the big swells. Perfect for the little kiddies and bigger kids alike.
Swim between the flags.
You’ll be blown away by the beauty of Little Cove. Most of the time its calm and secluded. No flags means swim with great caution.
Tea Tree Bay
Watch the longboards racing towards you.
Granite Bay Beach
Totally unpatrolled and quite secluded. Granite catches bigger waves than the three previous mentioned spots, so please swim with caution.
We could label this the ‘freedom beach’, if you know what we mean. If you’re not keen on seeing the human body in all of its glory then perhaps keep walking to....
Patrolled in front of the Surf Club. Unprotected from the swells. Great body surfing.
Patrolled during school holidays and summer, this is very much an extension of Sunshine Beach.
Right hand point break located between Main Beach and Little Cove.
Right hander with multiple sections between Little Cove and National Park Carpark.
Right hand point break between National Park and Tea Tree Bay.
Tea Tree Bay
Right hand point break just past Boiling Pot.
Choose from a right hand point break or an occasional shorey on the inside.
Beachies, banks, points. Take your pick.
A nice little right with a selections of shories scattered down to the River Mouth.
The River Mouth
Hire a day lounge or roll out the towel. Just don’t fall asleep for too long or you’ll be that person - you know, the one who is as red as a lobster.
Great spot for a bake and a swim, when there’s sand. Head down at lower tides or you might end up sitting on the rocks.
Tea Tree Bay
Take a hammock around and set up a picnic in the trees. It’s like something out of a movie.
As mentioned, clothes may be optional. But if that’s your thing, then hey, this is the perfect spot.
Its a longer walk, but the Granite Beach is a very quiet, relaxing spot to roll out your towel and catch some rays.
The sand shifts around a lot, so maybe check the tides are low before you make the walk.
If you prefer to sit on the grass in some shade, then Noosa Woods could be your spot.
Noosa Spit / Dog Beach
At the end of the Noosa Woods you’ll find an area near the River Mouth that is totally protected from the swell. This can be a great spot to set up and watch the sunset, especially if you’re travelling with a pooch.