Alexandria beach is not patrolled and swimming
is not recommended. Alexandria beach has been called a nudist
beach for many years. The area is popular with the scantly
clad sunbakers, usually perched at the southern end of the
beach. Alexandria Beach has a wonderful family atmosphere,
but if the thought of a naked body parading near you is not
to your liking, try the northern end of the beach or the popular
Noosa or Sunshine Beaches.
emergency phone is at the northern end of the beach. SURFING:Only
experienced surfers should surf this break. Alexandria Bay catches
and magnifies even the smallest of swell. A long walk is rewarded
with peaky left and right breaking waves. The headlands offer
some wind protection, surf the north corner on north winds and
the south corner on south winds. FISHING:The
hike deters most fishermen, fish from the rocks to north or
south for a wide variety of ocean species. Fish during winter
when the waves are small, and crowds are a minimum. With a boat
target the rocky reefs of this area for very large fish. Be
mindful of freak waves, a hazard not to be taken lightly. Due
to the areas remoteness if an accident was to occur help could
be hard to reach. WALKING:Arriving
at Alexandria Beach is enough of a walk for most. A beautiful
view exists from south Alexandria Beach, Lion Rock to Hells
Gates at the north of Alexandria Beach. The walk is 3 km from
Noosa National car park. It is important to take plenty of water,
as there are no taps throughout the national park. A shorter
walk exists on the Sunshine beach side though parking is limited.
The main access point is from Parkedge Street through a National
Park bush track, access is also currently permitted from McAnally
drive at north Sunshine beach. Yellow lines run along streets
where no parking is allowed, observe the signs and you will
have no problems with the residents or parking inspector.
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