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Real Name: Angelica Neville
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Age: 19.05.1984 (34 years)
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Registered since: 08.05.2017 - 12:19
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  • About
In between iconic Noosa Heads and Rainbow Beach lies the southern section of the Fantastic Sandy National Park,
known as Cooloola National Park. The northern section in the park
is Fraser Island. The Cooloola National park is some 80km long and 30km wide.

It includes gorgeous beaches and sand dunes, untouched teetree forests, and the pristine upper reaches from the Noosa river such as the Noosa everglades.

This area is well-known with 4WD enthusiasts, campers, fisherman and nature lovers.
It really is best for one-day outings and extended camping trips.
Taking a 4x4 among Noosa and Rainbow Beach through the Cooloola National Park
is the only way you'll be able to truly appreciate this stunning region.

There are three techniques for you to access the park:

1) by beach
two) by unsealed road
3) by sealed road.
Every gives a various encounter from the park.

The most popular approach to discover the park is always to drive along the
beach from Noosa using a 4WD vehicle. Take the ferry across the Noosa river at Tewantin to Noosa
north shore. You make your way onto the beach at 1 of three cuttings.
The north shore is recognized for its fantastic fishing and
for the variety of species of migratory birds that visit annually.

As you drive north along the beach you are going to very first come to
Teewah village. You'll be able to take a walk inland to Teewah point on Lake Cootharaba.
As you move further north you will come to higher sand dunes and also the point where you can access
the Cooloola sand blow by walking track. The beach camping zone starts
just north from the sand blow. Continuing along the beach, Kings Bore Rd exits
onto the beach (no entry) and Little Freshwater creek marks the end
from the beach camping zone. The Freshwater track is the only way inland and around to Rainbow Beach.
Prior to you take that track you can continue along the beach to Double Island Point.
This is a really popular region for divers, fisherman and surfers.

Head back and take Freshwater track inland, past inland camping grounds
and Poona Lake. You'll hit the Rainbow Beach Rd, at which
you turn proper and have a brief drive into Rainbow Beach.

Driving situations vary with climate and tides. It is essential which you
only drive on the beach a maximum of 2 along with a half hours either
side of low tide. On the beach normal Australian road rules apply.
Maintain towards the left and also the speed limit is 80kmh.
It's highly suggested you decrease your tyre pressure
for driving around the sand. Remember when you are off the sand to re-inflate your tyres
and wash the sand from under your 4WD car.

The second way from Noosa to Rainbow Beach is always to take the Cooloola Way around
the western edge from the park. This is accessible by 4WD and typical automobiles provided
there has not been also a lot rain. From Noosa take the Noosa-Cooroy Rd to Cooroy.
Turn right and visit Pomona
and then on to Kin Kin. Continue around the Kin Kin-Gympie Rd for about 8km and after
that turn correct onto the Cooloola Way. This is
an unsealed road. A additional 10km will bring you to the turn off to
Harry's Hut. This really is the only road access for the upper reaches from the Noosa river and Noosa Everglades.

The road to Harry's Hut is a little rough and is recommended for 4WDs only.
There are camping grounds and picnic facilities
at Harry's hut. This really is also the gateway to many other secluded camping locations
along the river that are only accessible
only by walking track and canoe. Camping permits are necessary
to camp along the Noosa river. Continuing along the Cooloola way will take you via
distinct kinds of eucalypt, banksia and teetree forests,
and also you will at some point cross the extremely upper
reaches in the river. Your drive continues north
to Rainbow Beach Rd, at which you turn proper, and
you have a few minute drive into Rainbow Beach. The Cooloola
Way is actually a bit rough for typical automobiles, but
fine for 4WDs. It's recommended you keep below the 80km/h speed limit.
Some sections in the Cooloola Way are quiet rough and you need to drive at a speed that is appropriate towards the road and climate situations.

The third and quickest was to access Rainbow Beach from Noosa is by sealed road.
This is the key access road and is often the return route for vacation makers.
Take the Noosa-Cooroy Rd to Cooroy and after that the Bruce Highway to Gympie.

On the southern outskirts of Gympie take a right turn following the signs to Rainbow
Beach. This takes you through the eastern a part of Gympie for the Rainbow Beach Rd.
Turn right onto Rainbow Beach Rd and also you possess a 35 minute drive on great sealed road
to Rainbow Beach. You'll drive along the northern border of the Cooloola National Park and see a mix of
eucalypt and banksia forest and low heathlands. Before reaching Rainbow
Beach you can turn off onto Freshwater track and take it as far as Poona Lake.
This section of road is fine for normal autos, but no additional.
Poona lake is really a seldom visited perched lake.
Enable the most effective part of an hour to walk in the car park to
the lake, that is good to get a swim.

Rainbow Beach is actually a quiet holiday village,
offering a variety of accommodation and eating options.
It is the southern gate approach to Inskip Point and stunning Fraser Island.
The renowned Coloured Sands could be viewed from Rainbow
Beach. At present there is certainly insufficient sand to drive along the beach from Rainbow Beach to
the Coloured Sands. Should you want a close up appear
then you require to go by boat. Nevertheless, there is
an additional tiny sand blow within the hills
close to Rainbow Beach which is effortlessly accessible.

To discover the Cooloola National park in between Noosa and Rainbow Beach Apartment Beach you'll
be able to take your personal 4WD or you are able to hire a 4x4 from a 4WD
employ business. You will need to discover a business that rents 4WDs particularly for beach
use, which regular vehicle hire businesses do not
permit. You'll be able to get a map in the
location and access camping permits from the Queensland Government.

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