Double Island Point Light House

Great Sandy National Park

Enjoyable walk to the light house and back. Great views of the coast all the way north to the southern tip of Fraser Island. This walk is possible from The eastern end of Teerwah beach or the far northern end of Noosa north shore beach.

Getting there

How do you get to the start of the walk? Note: 4WD access only. Either head across car ferry from Tewantin and drive  north from 3rd beach cutting to end of beach along the beach or head from Rainbow Beach east along Teerwah beach (low tide access only). It is recommended that you lower tire pressures before accessing the beach.

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Route/Trail notes

A detailed description of the walk!  

Permits/Costs

Do you need any permits? What's the cost? 4WD permit required to drive on any of these beaches.

Other References

How can I find more info? Any guide books?

Comments

The tide comes in fast! Even though we left only one hour after mean low tide, the beach was disappearing fast! Ran down from the lighthouse in 10 minutes then caned it up to freshwater Rd quicksmart!

Graemej on 1 Jul, 2019

We left our flip flops on the beach and walked up barefoot, we couldn't stop until we reached the top, it was such beautiful views.

Deborah Pienaar on 18 Apr, 2019

Nice easy walk. Good vantage for watching dolphins and whales if at right time of year. 4wd access only and ample parking on beach. Can be busy. Be sure to only be driving on beach 2 hours either side if low tide.

Nathan Boyce on 3 Sep, 2017

Beautiful views

xxxNickyxxx on Jun, 2017

This time I did this walk from the eastern end of Teerwah Beach. Both approaches are very scenic.

Grumps on 13 Sep, 2014

Short walk up from the beach to take in excellent views of the coastline

Walkinghawk on 22 Dec, 2013

After doing this walk we proceeded to head up to Rainbow Beach and nearly got caught by the tide. Some scary moments with the Hilux being taken through salt water up to the bonnet.

Grumps on 10 Mar, 2010

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