Want to grab a breathe of fresh air and some exercise?

mountain_bikes_th.jpgWalking Track Guide - Experience a range of different walks that weave their way through the Coast's natural coastal and hinterland environments.
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coastal_path.jpgCoastal Pathway - With sights such as a lighthouse, lakes, creeks and surf beaches cropping up along the Coastal Pathway, this scenic trail is a great reason to get out and about and explore Caloundra’s natural beauty.
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nature5_th.jpgNoosa Trail Network - The Noosa Trail Network comprises eight picturesque hinterland trails, suitable for walking, horseriding or mountain biking. The spectacular countryside trails are well signposted and range in length and difficulty.
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Find a place to take your family and friends

nbg_waterlily_th.jpgThe Noosa Botanic Gardens - are located on the shores of Lake Macdonald, a short drive from the hinterland town of Cooroy.Former Noosa Shire Parks Curator, Bob Bickley designed the layout of the gardens and council has funded it since 1988.
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nature12_th.jpgIn the Maroochy Wetlands Sanctuary at Bli Bli, you can explore wet and dry eucalypt forests, rainforest, melaleuca forest, casuarina woodland, salt marsh and mangroves. You can watch over 200 species of birds, as well as crabs, butterflies and other wildlife species that make the wetlands their home.
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botanic_gardens_6.jpgThe Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens, located in Tanawha on the Sunshine Coast, showcase plants native to east coast subtropical Australia. These local plants are perfectly adapted to the Sunshine Coast's climate and conditions.
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Information on this page representational only. Confirmed details are available on the Sunshine Coast Council Website.

nature4_th.jpgWALK Sunshine Coast - is an initiative that has involved community participation and offers a fresh angle in combining cultural tourism with history and health.
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heart_walking_th.jpgThe Heart Foundation Walking Program - is Australia’s largest network of free community-based walking groups. Walks are graded easy, medium and various, and provide a great opportunity to enjoy the health benefits of physical activity.
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Sunshine Coast Council
Outdoor Recreation Kiosk
Whether you're looking for a skatepark, botanic garden, sportsfield or a great place to surf, you will find it all right here. The easy-to-use search option allows you to select the area and the type of park you are looking for.
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