AUSTRALIA'S NATURE COAST
from the Glass House Mountains just north of Brisbane to Noosa and the iconic Fraser Coast, it's a destination abundant in nature.
Australia's Nature Coast is your naturally abundant destination for fun filled attractions, bush walking and hiking, farm experiences, fishing charters, food trails, horse riding, markets, National Parks and garden, snorkelling and diving, tours and cruises, watersports and whale watching.
Spanning the Sunshine and Fraser Coasts, Australia’s Nature Coast offers unbeatable natural experiences in some of the world’s most diverse and pristine National Parks, rainforests and waterways. From the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Glass House Mountains and Pumicestone Passage just north of Brisbane through Noosa with its renowned National Park, beaches and dining scene and the Great Sandy Straight leading to iconic Fraser Island you’ll fall in love with some of the most beautiful places to visit in Australia.
Australia’s Nature Coast features two UNESCO Biosphere Reserves side by side; the Great Sandy Biosphere and Noosa Biospheres put on a nature display seen nowhere else in the world; World Heritage listed Fraser Island; Lady Elliot Island the most southern island on the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef; 47 State and National Parks, Reserves and Forests, over 200 kilometres of pristine beaches, calm rivers and waterways with an abundance of birdlife.
It features some of the best beaches in Australia, and some of the top 10 things to do in Australia. Make the most of your time in Australia, by following one of our specially developed Itineraries for travelling in Australia, taking in the Sunshine Coast, Fraser Island and the Great Barrier Reef.
Australia’s Nature Coast also boasts more than one third of Australia’s bird species, more than 150 rare or endangered species, and unspoilt habitats including mangroves, wetlands, rainforests and coastal heath.
Take time out for yourself, reconnect with family and friends and explore Australia’s Nature Coast.