Weather Forecast
21.50°C
Current Temperature
11.00km/h
Wind speed
23.81°C
Water Temperature
1.99m
Swell
2.03m
Tide
12/11
UV
Noosa Head is a 50 m high basalt headland located 2 km east of Noosa Beach. Between the beach and head is a 3 km long rocky shoreline backed by the steep slopes of the Noosa National Park, with a road, car park, then walking track out to the head. In along the base of the north facing slopes are four small pocket beaches. Granite Bay (1535) lies another 500 m on around another point, and is also accessible via the same walking track. It has a more continuous, 80 m long cobble and boulder high tide beach and a sandy low tide sand bar.
Beach Length: 0.08km
General Hazard Rating: 2/11

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