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5 Adventurous Places to See in Middlemount - Australia’s incredible Sunshine Coast

Are you planning to visit Middlemount anytime soon? If that's the case, you definitely have to include some of the popular activities and attractions in the area in your itinerary. Wondering what these are? Read on to find out!


Explore Noosa National Park

Noosa National Park covers 432 hectares and is only a 4-minute drive from Hastings Street. A koala can be found anywhere there's a crowd – all pointing upwards towards a tree branch. They're frequently spotted in the unusual location of the park's entrance. There is a network of well-marked walking pathways in this national park. The 2.7-kilometre coastline route is the most beautiful. The Palm Grove circle is 1 kilometre long, while the Tanglewood track to Hell's Gates is 5.5 kilometres long and well worth your effort and time! When looking for accommodation, make sure to check out Caloundra accommodation specials offered by properties like Oaks Sunshine Coast Oasis Resort for lucrative deals.


Great Sandy National Park

The 56,000-hectare Great Sandy National Park is located north of Noosa along the beautiful coastline. For-ests, beaches, and freshwater lakes abound, this lake also includes Lake Cootharaba, the state's biggest of its kind. Cruising the Everglades, which are formed by the Noosa River and related streams, is a popular pastime. The park's Southern Cooloola area begins immediately north of Noosa Heads and Tewantin, and runs all the way to Rainbow Beach. You can check out half a day cruises that will take you into the Ever-glades. Guided tours are very popular!


Four wheel scenic drives

For a closer look at the Teewah coloured sand cliffs, take an amazing 4-wheel-drive down Forty-Mile Beach, an authorised roadway with traffic rules. This is an excellent location for getting away from the throng and taking in nature's splendours. Since there are no lifeguards on duty at the beach, you must not swim by yourself and use caution. You may take a tour or hire a four-wheel-drive and go exploring on your own. To get to the beach, hop on the Tewantin ferry to get across the Noosa River; afterwards you must venture 4-kilometres via Maximilian Drive in order to reach the beach. The ferry runs from 5:30 a.m. till 10 p.m. from Sundays till Thursdays and operates until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.


Underwater adventure Parks

The highlight of the Underwater World is a glass tunnel with an 80-metre moving walkway, which will take you through a large tank with sharks, groupers, stingrays, eels, and corals. There are vibrant displays of sharks and whales, freshwater crocodile talks, shark breeding, a splendid otter enclosure, and also a half-hour seal performance, as well as a touch pool where kids may pick up sea cucumbers and starfish. You may swim with these friendly seals for just 90 AUD or even dive with sharks at a price of 195 AUD.


Wildlife parks

Fans of Steve Irwin – the crocodile hunter, conservationist, and celebrity – will also want to pay a visit to his family's wildlife sanctuary. The amazing Australia Zoo is such a delight! It is one you definitely must not miss out on for the world!