Exploring The Sunshine Coast’s National Parks
The Sunshine Coast’s national parks are as spectacular as its coastline, and feature tranquil freshwater rivers and lakes, mountain peaks and ancient rainforest abundant with wildlife. There are seven parks to explore altogether, but these are the closest to our Noosa Heads apartments.
Noosa National Park
This beautiful national park is right at your fingertips when you book into our accommodation in Noosa Heads. It encompasses some of Queensland’s most spectacular and secluded stretches of coastline, as well as areas of wallum heath, expansive woodlands and cool, shady rainforest. Many rare species of flora and fauna can be found here, including ground parrots, koalas and black cockatoos.
When you enjoy a break at Caribbean Noosa Heads apartments, you can pack a picnic and set off on invigorating hikes along the many trails that wind through the park.
Glass House Mountains National Park
Located within an easy drive of our holiday accommodation Noosa, Glass House Mountains National Park offers a sprawling network of pine plantations, towered over by the magnificent Glass House Mountains. There are several great walking tracks to explore, some of which are challenging and feature steep climbs up the mountainside. Lookout points dotted along the mountain side provide breathtaking views and unsurprisingly, it is one of the best places to rock climb in the entire region. We highly recommend you visit this beautiful national park during your stay.
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