It’s a place where you need a car, a surfboard, and a comfy pair of walking shoes!
Sunrise Beach was only a 5-minute drive from Hastings Street in Noosa. A nice quiet stretch of beach with heaps of holiday rentals.
Bellingham Maze was around a 40-minute drive from Noosa towards the Hinterland. The property has two mazes; the unique hedge maze and a wooden fence like maze. Something you don’t to see every day.
If you have a competitive family like ours, this is the place for you!
The Big Pineapple was a great place to stop for photos. You can climb through the inside to the top of the pineapple, take a train ride around the property or just grab a quick snack and a drink. Unfortunately, they didn’t sell any fresh pineapples, but you could get a little pack of pineapple lollies (cute).
FACT: It takes two years to grow a pineapple.
Keep going through the scenic Montville down to Lake Baroon, where you will find Secrets on the Lake. A little hidden gem that sits high in the rainforest treetops above a beautiful lake. The property is famous for its tree-house accommodation, which unfortunately remains a secret to me.
We stopped here for lunch and ate at their restaurants which overlooks the lake. Or you could walk down to the lake and enjoy a nice picnic. Leo had one of he’s worse meltdowns that lunch, so looking back this would have been a better alternative for us.