Surfers at beautiful, lonely beaches

18. April 2019

Noosa Heads offers some of the loneliest beaches a touristy spot can offer. On most of them nobody is swimming and only a few surfers are waiting on their boards for the next wave to catch. You can see those beaches when doing the coastal walk and when you are really lucky you can also spot a Koala up in the trees. The boardwalk starts at the Main Beach and goes past the Boiling Pot Lookout, Dolphin Point Lookout and Fairy Pools all the way to Hell’s Gate.

Close by Mooloolaba is a place not many overseas tourists know, but it is a fantastic place to spend a couple of days. The beach is stunning and the little village perfect for an ice cream or dinner.

We walked all the way to Hell’s Gates and also passed the famous Fairy Pools. Unfortunately, there were so many people taking pictures there, that we decided not to take one. But we found a lonely rockpool nearby and also relaxed at one of those gorgeous beaches.

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