There, to our delight was no one!
The start to the walk had slightly changed, the road is now a cul de sac, and to park you'll need to turn left onto a concrete driveway at the end of the road as described on our CD:
52 of the best walks on the Sunshine Coast available from our website: www.sunshinecoastbushwalks.com.
It didn't take long to get to the top, but the view was great especially on a day when it was overcast:
the light was great!
We could see the whole range of mountain peaks of the area from where we were:
Mount Ninderry, Mount Coolum, Mount Cooroy, Point Glorious and Mount Tinbeerwah.
Coming back down we started spotting a whole lot of flowers we hadn't seen going up, busy as we were with the track. The flowers were small as is usually the case in australia, but beautiful and delicate.
The walk is great to take the kids on as it is not too demanding, the top is also a great whale watching spot during whale migrating season in July August.
We finished the morning with a coffee at the Coffee Club in Coolum opposite the caravan park.