Great Noosa Trail Walk

The Great Noosa Trail Walk is a 3 day guided walk through the natural and cultural landscape of the Noosa hinterland in Queensland Australia, known as “Noosa Country” experiencing beautiful countryside and lovely country towns of Cooroy, Kin Kin, Cooran and Pomona en route.

For 2017,  as well as holding the 3 Day Great Noosa Trail Walk on 30th Sept & 1,2, Oct, we are also holding a separate ‘Sunday Stroll’ on the 23rd July which will take in a section of the GNTW. BOTH WALKS HAVE NOW SOLD OUT FOR 2017

There is a limit of 150 walkers for the 3 day GNTW and tickets are available now at the Early Bird Price of $210 per walker ($240 when EB period ends 30th June): SOLD OUT – GO ON WAITLIST

For the ‘Sunday Stroll’ there is a limit of 20 walkers. Tickets are $30 each and there will be a Shuttle bus provided back to walk start point. SOLD OUT – GO ON WAITLIST

For 2017, we are also giving you the opportunity to make an optional payment as a track improvement levy/donation that the GNTW will use as we work with Noosa Council to improve the tracks infrastructure.

CLICK HERE TO PUT YOUR NAME ON THE WAIT LIST FOR 2017

A short clip from the Great Noosa Trail Walk 2014 thanks to Panga Productions:

The trail traverses the country towns of Cooroy, Kin Kin, Cooran and Pomona via a series of dedicated walking trails through farmlands, natural forests and spectacular lookouts of the hinterland through to the ocean.

Walkers undertake the walk at their own pace and are expected to take time to enjoy the landscape, local cafes and antique shops encountered on route. A reasonable level of walking fitness is required, but this is not a race, plenty of time is allowed to complete each day’s walk.  Trail guides will be on the route providing assistance and information about the history and landscape.

Camping accommodation is provided in camping grounds in Kin Kin and Cooran or alternatively accommodation is available at numerous guest houses.  A shuttle bus will transfer all camping gear, as well as be available to collect tired walkers at key rest points.

Numbers are limited to 150 walkers to ensure a successful and well co-ordinated event and maintain a friendly community atmosphere.