At first glance Noosa looks like the kind of tourist trap that we would typically avoid but we found appearances to be deceptive, there's a lot more to this stretch of coast than meets the eye.
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Nestled along this beautiful coastline, Noosa National Park is home to a small group of Koalas, apparently. We didn’t see a single glimpse of these notoriously shy creatures. This cheeky Goanna, masquerading as a snake, caused a brief “El Panico” situation but his intentions were honourable.
In Noosa physical work comes by the barrow load. No need for a gym when you’ve got the garden workout. No such thing as a free lunch and we earned our keep with David & Lynda.
The finished article, sweaty but satisfying work.
Our first day off was a big one, The Hollie Josephine Zecca's birthday. Let the shenanigans commence. Mt Timbewah, Noosa Botanical Gardens, Mt Cooroy, Boreen Point and then back to the gorgeous Sunshine Beach.
Birthday surf n turf
On animal watch, getting up close and personal with some Australian critters
Lake Cooroibah - right on our doorstep
Castaway & Peregian Beach, getting away from the tourist strip and main beach led us to some incredible, quiet, sandy spots with crashing waves and grassy dunes to get lost in.
Anyone for tennis? I guess you could say, it's our raquet.
From manicured Monrose to bush swimming hole Gardeners Falls, the Noosa hinterland just keeps on giving
Sunset with the sea eagle on picturesque Noosa river.
The return of the 3 amigos, last chance to hang out with these fabulous people before we took the White Tiger back to Brisbane.