Parks & Walks & Rides
The High Dune Walk
The High Dune Walk - wander through the Noosa National Park bushland from North Peregian Beach to North Marcus beach, to Lake Webya, and on to Castaway Beach.
Victory Park Viewing Platform
Victory Park is just South of Peregian Beach Village on Lorikeet Drive.
It has beach access, an all access concrete path & ocean viewing platform, toilets, public bbqs and picnic areas.
A quiet alternative to the cafe crowd & chaos that can consume the village precinct on a busy day.
The expanding pond is just a short walk north of the village, along Kingfisher drive on to Osprey Avenue. It's incredible picturesque.
Peregian Beach streets are named after Australian Birds.
'Signs of Birds' is an art project being developed at the moment to enhance an awareness of the great array of native birds that live in the area and highlight that signage does not need to be aggressive or ugly to convey a message.
Cycle Path to Noosa
Heading North along the coast from the Duck Pond is a beautiful off road bicycle/walking path that can take you all the way to Sunshine Beach and Noosa Heads. Follow the little No.1 signs.
Also check out 'How to get here'
A peaceful dirt road cutting through the Noosa National Park Wetlands to Murdering Creek
Beach Walk to Coolum
A fabulous 5 km stretch of beach that runs along the coastal edge of Noosa National Park all the way to Stummer Creek in Coolum.
Emu Mountain is just south of Peregian Beach.
It is not really a mountain and it's been a while since emus lived around these parts, but it is a great place to gain a good view of the Ocean, Coolum, Peregian Beach, Lake Weyba & the surrounding area.
Emu mountain is an easy walk from South Peregian.
There is a pedestrian path that leads off Lorikeet drive to David Low Way and right up on Hanna Rd East. Just before the High school to a notice board.
The mountain is part of the Noosa National Park so it's NOT a walk to bring the dog on.
If you keep following Hanna Rd South on bike or foot you will be cross on an overpass above the Motorway to new parts of Peregian Spring.
Open Space Strategy for Peregian Beach
The Sunshine Coast Council have written a Open Space Strategy which will be developed into a Recreational Parks Plan over the next two years.
Here is the page from the OSSPlan:- click on it to enlarge
Peregian Beach Playground
Socially this is definitely the place to find play mates if want to kick a ball, climb, swing, slide and crawl. Peregian Park is next to the Surf Club and is scattered with BBQ's and picnic pavilions.
Although a touch kitsch in design aspects and poorly drained the Playground is a hit with the little people.