Noosa Head is a 50 m high basalt headland located 2 km east of Noosa Beach. Between the beach and head is a 3 km long rocky shoreline backed by the steep slopes of the Noosa National Park, with a road, car park, then walking track out to the head. In along the base of the north facing slopes are four small pocket beaches.
Tea Tree Bay (1534) is the first small bay inside the national park and is located 500 m east of the car park, with access via a walking track around Boiling Pot Point. The walking track runs right along the wooded slopes behind the 100 m long, north facing beach, providing good access the entire length. The beach has a high tide cobble and boulder beach, with a narrow, sandy high tide beach and sloping low tide sand bar. Waves average over 0.5 m, although rips are usually present.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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