Last Friday, after a week of hard work for the CAE and CPE classes, it was concluded with a walk through the Noosa National Park and a trip to the beach.
Although the Autumn weather was a little gloomy on Friday, our Cambridge teachers Phil, Eileen and Anette took their classes to the beautiful Noosa Heads where they explored some of Main Beach, Noosa River and parts of the Noosa National Park.
Starting with a 20-minute walk from campus, our students walked down the hill to the iconic Hastings Street. Hastings Steet is quite famous and is known for its beautiful beach, luxurious hotels, restaurants, cafes, boutique shops, galleries and its vibrant atmosphere.
Our students and teachers stopped in at Aromas Cafe for a bite to eat and smoothie before continuing their walk to Noosa’s River mouth. Along the way, they checked out Noosa Woods, where whilst standing on the jetty, you can look back on the other side of the river where the Campus is located.
After the Woods, they continued to walk through the National Park to Noosa River mouth which is a stunning location to see the river meet the Pacific Ocean. One of the unique features of the Noosa River mouth is the sandbar that forms at the entrance to the river. This sandbar shifts and changes shape over time, creating a dynamic environment that is popular with surfers. You can also enjoy activities such as swimming, kite-surfing, fishing, boating and kayaking here. It’s a perfect picnic spot to watch sunset, which is often lively with music and beach goers.
It was a perfect end to a busy week and great start to the weekend!
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