Today’s activity was to walk through the beautiful Noosa National Park. The headland section of the Noosa National Park is one of Australia’s most frequently visited national parks and one of the easiest to access by foot from Lexis English Noosa. Occupying the headland at Noosa, the National Park encompasses a dramatic rocky coastline dotted with sheltered beaches and coves. A series of tracks through the National Park offer visitors a chance to explore tranquil rainforest, open forest, wallum headlands, scrubland and grasslands. This area is also home to many different species including; Koalas, Goannas, Bush Turkeys, Whales and Dolphins.
Today the students took the coast track all the way around to Granite Bay. There was word of a Koala spotting at Tea Tree Bay but unfortunately we didn’t get a chance to see it once we got there. We did however, have a lovely walk through the beautiful National Park and enjoyed the lovely surroundings.
The Kindai students then cooled down with an icy cool beverage before the walk home. I think they are now getting use to the Noosa lifestyle: walk, walk, walk! 🙂