Noosa National Park is a popular national park in Queensland, Australia, with more than a million visits each year, mostly walkers and surfers. There is easy access from the town of Noosa. The park covers 4,000 hectares beside the Pacific Ocean, and at the northern end of the Sunshine Coast. We walked the coastal track (in blue on the map), starting at Laguna Bay and walking to Sunshine Beach, on a showery day in July. Click once on the map to enlarge.
The middle one is banksia, on the right is a poincettia, the other one is unidentified (please contact me if you can help me out).
On the return journey we stopped at the Boiling Pot, water surging up into the hole in the rock, and then being sucked out again.