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Parks & Walks
Coolum Boardwalk

Coolum Boardwalk was first muted as a project by the Coolum Progress and Ratepayers Association and a sub-group split off from this to coordinate development in May 2000. With significant input from Coolum Coastcare, The Lions, Rotary Club, Coolum Area Parks Association, the High  School, Coolum Business and Tourism Association and the old Maroochy Shire Council this was truly a community project!

The short walk is designed to be suitable for people for all abilities and is lit at night time to be accessible at all times of the day. Starting from the lights at the T-Junction of Beach Road and David Low Way head up the boardwalk to Point Perry where a recently completed shelter offers great views and a rest. Point Perry is a superb place to watch for whales in the right season and to check out the surfers all year round. The small headland juts out from the coast and looking North gives views of the coast right up to Noosa.  First Bay can also be seen from here in all its glory.

A short walk back down to the town and a hop across the road for a deserved bit of refreshment from one of the well situated cafes is recommended. Or take the steps down to First Bay for its secluded beach and some rock pool fun.