Rarely needing an introduction, Noosa National Park takes the cake in being a very special place. Being awarded as one of the few World Surfing Reserves, it’s no surprise why this unreal location takes my number one spot.
Dolphin Point Lookout is a great place to start. This location offers an unimpeded view facing north over crystal clear water.
Once you’ve had your fill here, I’d be heading further along the trail to a lookout called Hells Gates which is located just on the eastern side of Granite Bay.
Luckily for you, you’ll be spoilt for choice with a crisp view right up and down the coastline. This lookout is one of the many reasons that the Noosa National Park is known all around the world.
Limited parking spaces aside, this location is a must-do for any keen explorer.
Perhaps you’re looking for something a little more off the beaten track? If that’s the case, then I would strongly recommend visiting the northern tip of Sunshine Beach.
If you decide to make the treck here, you’ll be rewarded with an absolutely magical spot, easily fit for spending the day.