Explore the beauty of the Noosa region with stunning beaches, picturesque national parks and gardens, hinterland hideaways, insta-worthy lookouts and more…
Noosa National Park
Just a short stroll along the beach from your accommodation here at Emerald Resort, you’ll find yourself surrounded by the natural beauty of Noosa National Park. If you can drag yourself away from the coastline and pristine beaches, there are more than 15km of walking tracks to discover, as well as some fabulous vistas from Boiling Pot Lookout, Dolphin Point Lookout and more. Keep reading.
Laguna Lookout is located in Noosa National Park but deserves a mention all of it’s own with it’s stunning panoramic views of the Noosa River and across to Noosa Main Beach, Noosaville, the North Shore, and Tewantin.
Noosa Country Drive
Hit the road and discover some of the charming country villages in the Noosa hinterland region such as Cooroy, Pomona, Eumundi, Cooran and Kin Kin. Discover more.
Noosa Botanic Gardens
Covering 8 hectares, Noosa Botanic Gardens, offers lovely water views over Lake Macdonald and an abundance of native and exotic plant species. The vegetation types support over 94 different bird species as well as a wide range of fauna. The Gardens also feature picnic spots, spacious lawn areas, walking/bike paths, a fern house and lily pond, an open-air bush chapel and a Greek style amphitheatre.
One of only two everglades systems in the world, Noosa Everglades is a stunning network of waterways and wetlands connecting the Northern Noosa River system and is Queensland’s first UNESCO Biosphere. Keep reading.
Noosa Trail Network
The Noosa Trail Network is made up of a series of eight shared-use trails that link up Noosa Country townships including Pomona, Kin Kin, Cooroy and Cooran. This hinterland trail passes though forests, mountains and rural landscapes and can be explored by foot, bike or horse. Read on.
Book Noosa Sunshine Coast accommodation staying at Emerald Noosa with a choice of fully self-contained 1, 2 and 3 bedroom holiday apartments as well as luxurious 2, 3 and 4 bedroom penthouses. Located on Hastings Street, Emerald Noosa Resort is perfectly positioned to explore all that this stunning region has to offer, including Noosa day trips and sightseeing.
*Pictured – Boiling Pot Lookout, Noosa National Park, courtesy of Tourism and Events Queensland.