Have you ever dreamed of having your own private rock pool with crystal clear waters and uninterrupted view of the ocean? Just you enjoying a dip out in the open sea without worrying about crashing waves. That’s the magic of Noosa Fairy Pools. You can have that one of a kind experience when you visit Noosa. If you plan to go back the next day, you can easily select affordable holiday accommodation in Noosa where you can stay for a night or two or until you have satisfied your Noosa fairy pool cravings.
Experience the Best of Noosa
Hidden just a short walk away in Noosa National Park are the Noosa fairy pools. Your visit to the Sunshine Coast will not be complete unless you have reached Noosa and took a dip at the fairy pools. Even if you visit the same area so many times, you will never get tired of the awe-inspiring view. How you appreciate the place depends on the company you have during your visit. If you go with nature-lovers, you will definitely fall in love with the wildlife, vegetation, and trees. If you are with food-lovers, you will have your fill of sumptuous sea food meals that grace local restaurants and diners. Visiting Noosa with your surfer friends will make you appreciate the tide and waves and of course, the sunset.
Quest for the Fairy Pools
However, if you go on a tour with people who are curious and wants to find hidden gems in Noosa, you will really fall in love with Noosa’s fairy pools. Locating the fairy pools can be as tricky if you are not familiar with the area’s geography. That is why it is important to book an accommodation in Noosa so you can have a place to stay just in case your first attempt to visit the fairy pools are unsuccessful. You can find plenty of Noosa apartments that are within your budget.
Along the bank of the Noosa National Park are where these fairy pools are located. Since locating these hidden gems is either a hit or miss, these tips might help you finally get there without going on a misadventure:
- Park your car in the designated car park.
- Don’t wear flip flops – it can be rough ground now and again. It may be wise to bring a sun hat, shades and sunscreen in case you are setting off on a bright day.
- Dig out your day pack and fill it with some water and snacks. You can include a towel and change of dry garments.
- Walk along the Coast Track past Tea Tree Bay and Granite Bay. The walk is a little more than 2 km and takes around 30-40 minutes relying upon what number of shorelines you stop to appreciate.
- At the furthest end of Granite Bay, as you pass Picnic Cove you will see a park bench as the track turns a round bend. This is the place where you start walking down the rocks.
- At the far end, you can take a deep breath and enjoy your fairy pools. Don’t forget to take photos and post on your Pinterest board.
In case you’re searching for a misadventure, you can likewise stroll through the Noosa National Park from the Sunshine Beach side. This is not the fastest route and it involves more hills, uneven rocks. If you opt for this route, make sure you have booked an accommodation in Noosa so you will have a place to stay after a long day of walking and exploring. Along these lines is somewhat more than 3 km and will take around an hour every way. You can enter the National Park by means of Sunshine Beach itself or McAnally Drive, Sunshine Beach.
If you want to visit other sights in Sunshine Coast, you can book any Sunshine Coast accommodation outside of Noosa and near to your next destination. You can select from various sunshine coast apartments that are also affordable and near top tourist destinations. More details at http://www.rwnoosaholidays.com.au/