Teewah Beach

Teewah Village is a small secluded community on Noosa’s stunning North Shore.

Nestled between pristine ocean and Cooloola National Park section of the Great Sandy Region and yet Teewah is only minutes from cosmopolitan Noosa.

Time has stood still for over 40 years in Teewah village with sandy tracks, no street lights, power lines or crowds to be seen. Only the sound of the ocean rolling in, the birds and wildlife in the surrounding national park. There are many of the original Teewah Beach Houses still standing, while some have been improved over time to produce some beautiful modern Beach Houses but still in keeping with a secluded beach destination.

Teewah has always been a special place to get away for families and fishermen alike, with a variety of activities and things to see and do for all.

The Great Sandy National Park ( also known as Cooloola National Park) incorporates and preserves the largest tract of natural land in Queenslands southern coast and the largest intact sand dune system in the world (around Teewah beach). The National Park is a vast wilderness area covering 54,000 hectares, from Lake Cootharaba north up to Rainbow Beach. There are glorious beaches, sparkling lakes, wildflowers, mangrove lined waterways, forests, heath land and the peaceful Noosa River

The Beach Access Permits NOW come into play. All the information you need to know is on the following web site.

www.derm.qld.gov.au – you can acquire permits over the net or at the information building just before the ferry (Tewantin side).

Teewah Beach is just north of Noosa, however, YOU WILL NEED A 4WD or AWD for driving on the beach. The Parks famous coloured sands have as many as 72 different colours, which have been produced by a combination of iron oxide and leached vegetable dyes. It is likely that the sands have been forming since the last ice age.

There are numerous activities to suit all tastes that can be included in your stay at Teewah from;

  • Surfing at Double Island Point is a must do for the die hard surfer
  • While at Double Island Point take a walk up to the lighthouse this is a superb place for spotting the whales, manta rays, dolphins, turtles and the numerous species of fish that abound in the waters around the rocky point
  • Miles and miles of beach to fish all year round, its just as much fun collecting the bait, either digging up the pipies from the sand or trying your hand at gathering the large sand worms, ideal bait for whiting
  • Watch the whales from the beach as they head to Hervey Bay, also on their return
  • Beautiful blue water to swim, play and enjoy
  • For those more adventurous there is a hang gliding platform
  • Take a trail ride on horseback along the beach
  • Walking tracks take you to Lake Cootharaba or for spectaculars views take the track to Mt Seawah which has views over Teewah village and all the way to Noosa
  • A new walking track has been started, with 20kms completed, when finalised it will take you 90kms to Rainbow Beach
  • The favorite pastime is relaxing on the beach with a nice cold drink