Noosa is known to be one of the most relaxing places in the world, surrounded by pristine beaches, national parks and hinterland. Beautiful sunny winter days, pleasant summer evenings – it's the perfect holiday destination.
The three parks can accommodate any camping or caravanning enthusiasts. Note: formerly part of the Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks, and the Sunshine Coast Council, now under management by the Noosa Council
The Boreen Point Campground is located on Lake Cootharaba, within the bushland reserve. The reserve contains mature trees, native grasslands and rainforests and is part of the Noosa Bird Trail. Lake Cootharaba is popular for recreational activities such as camping, fishing, sailing, bushwalking, mountain biking and bird watching.
The Noosa North Shore Beachfront Campground is perched on the edge of unspoilt sand dunes of the Noosa North Shore. The holiday park which is only steps away from the white sand, surrounded by the abundance of natural flora. Enjoy ocean fishing, surfing, or use this as your base for 4WD exploring the spectacular Cooloola Coast.
The Noosa River Holiday Park is located on the banks of the gorgeous Noosa River. Enjoy spectacular sunsets, river front campsites, boat ramp with direct access to the river, and the proximity to Noosa's famous Hasting Street scene. The Noosa River Holiday Park has been enjoyed by generations of holidaymakers. Nestled on the banks of the magnificent Noosa River, this iconic holiday park can provide terrific camping and caravanning options. Large, slabbed powered sites – all with sullage – New Camp Kitchen with river outlook – all standard holiday parks facilities including wifi make this the ideal destination for individuals, the family, the retiree and the international traveller.
This park is positioned central to the famous local tourist landmarks of Noosa Heads, Gympie Terrace and Noosa Marina – and can be accessed by a brief walk, by car, by bus and by ferry.
The Noosa Holiday Parks are owned by Noosa Council.