When most people think of Noosa Heads they think of Hastings Street and pretentious yuppies sipping latte’s or Chardonnay.
The best part of Noosa Heads is the National Park – a vast expanse of unspoilt wilderness covering most of the headland with a heap of different ecosystems.
When the sun came out for the first time since who knows when, Liz and I decided to take the kids for a 6.5km hike around the national park, and we’re really glad we did. Here’s some photos of our walk:
Liz and the kids enjoying one of the trails in the park
Max elevation: 100 m
Min elevation: 32 m
Total climbing: 190 m
Total descent: -175 m
Average speed: 4.29 km/h
Total time: 02:09:54