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Our Top 5 Noosa Adventures with Kids!

November 28, 2023

There’s nothing better than keeping the kids entertained during the school holidays with lots of fun and thrills, and here in Noosa there is so much to see and do! With our pristine beaches, the Noosa River and Noosa National Park, it’s no wonder why we love living here. If you’re anything like us and love the school holidays to be filled with action packed activities for the kids, make sure you add these adventures on your to do list:


  1. Hike to the top of Mt Tinbeerwah: Just 15 minutes from Noosa Heads, Mt Tinbeerwah is located in Tewantin National Park. It’s a kid friendly hike with pram and wheelchair access to the first lookout, and offers gorgeous coastal and hinterland views from the top!


  1. Jump in a 4WD, drive over to Noosa North Shore and catch some waves at Double Island Point: A favourite off grid day trip, this 4WD only accessible adventure is best when the sun is shining. Remember to pack lots of water, sunscreen and snacks, as well as first aid equipment and a bucket for toilet trips. And don’t forget the beach games for the kids! 


  1. Walk into A Bay from Sunshine Beach: Known as A Bay, Alexandria Bay is only accessible by foot but it’s an easy walk for bigger kids and adults alike. Park at McAnally Drive, Sunshine Beach and walk in. A Bay is also accessible from the Noosa National Park main entrance. Remember to wear a hat and sunscreen, and to pack a backpack with water and snacks! There are also lots of photo opportunities along the way for any budding photographers. 


  1. Walk the coastal track in Noosa National Park: The school holidays aren’t complete without walking the coastal track in Noosa National Park. It’s the perfect track for all families and is pram friendly up to Dolphin Bay. Set off from Hastings Street, walk along the boardwalk past Little Cove and continue onto the entrance of the National Park. Make your way along the coastal track, enjoying the views of Boiling Pot and Tea Tree Bay, before stopping for a rest at Dolphin Bay. Hopefully you’ll see a dolphin or two! If you’ve got bigger kids who are feeling adventurous (and you don’t have a pram), continue onto the dirt track until you arrive at A Bay. Enjoy the panoramic views of Rainbow Beach and Noods as well! It’s approximately a 7km return trip from Hastings Street, so remember to wear a hat and sunscreen, and pack a water bottle. You’ll need it!


  1. Treat the kids to a day on the water! Pack a picnic, hire a pontoon boat and enjoy the beautiful water and sights along the Noosa River. There are many hire companies located along the Noosa River, so when the sun is shining and the wind is low, get down early to make a booking and enjoy a day on the water! Take your fishing rods, bathers, water, towels, hats and sunscreen. It’s such a fun day for the kids!