Newspaper article Gympie Times, The Qld.

'Crazy Beach' Gets Noticed

Newspaper article Gympie Times, The Qld.

'Crazy Beach' Gets Noticed

Article excerpt

IS TEEWAH Beach the world's craziest road?

The Daily Mail certainly thinks so.

Where else can you dodge sandcastles, watch whales and get bogged in the sand all in the same day, the online site enthuses.

"We're at the opening stretch of what is surely one of the world's strangest roads - and one that gets resurfaced by nature every day," the Daily Mail writes.

Teewah Beach in Queensland, Australia, stretches for over 40 miles (64km), with the Pacific Ocean crashing on one side and multi-coloured dune formations towering on the other.

"... most normal roads don't tend to have kids with buckets and spades digging holes in the middle of them..."

Teewah Beach extends from Double Island Point in Cooloola, Gympie region through Noosa North Shore in the Shire of Noosa to the Noosa River in Queensland, Australia. It is part of the Great Sandy National Park.

For much of its length it is a designated road under Queensland government legislation. …

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