The Noosa coastal boardwalk that leads from Little Cove Beach to Noosa National Park is a ‘must do’ whilst visiting Noosa.
The new boardwalk is much wider than previously, allowing all-abilities access, with plenty of spots to sit and rest and take in the views. There are also stairs for easy access to the waves before you get to the National Park. You can stop off at the viewing platform at Little Cove Beach an ideal location to watch the surfers catching the waves as they break.
This is a great walk to do while you’re in Noosa. You can follow the Coastal walk, starting with the new Boardwalk section, from Main Beach, all the way through Noosa National Park to Sunshine Beach.
Interested to learn more, and even get involved in Noosa National Parks? The Noosa National Parks Association is a community organisation aimed at helping to preserve these important assets.
Noosa Parks Association was founded in 1962 and is now Queensland’s oldest community conservation organisation.
In late 1962, a local GP, Arthur Harrold, along witih a small group of concerned Noosa residents, created Noosa Parks Association with the express intent of campaigning to prevent a road being built along what is now the coastal walking track to Alexandria Bay.
Such a road would have confined the headland section of Noosa National Park to being landlocked. History shows that the NPA-led community activism prevented this from occurring.