Woman's body washes up on Coast beach

SCENE: The woman's body washed up on rocks in Noosa National Park.
SCENE: The woman's body washed up on rocks in Noosa National Park. Picasa

THE BODY which washed up at Hell's Gate in Noosa National Park has been identified as a 64-year-old woman.

A Queensland Police Service spokesman said the woman had been reported missing on the afternoon of Friday, November 3, sparking a police search.

Her body was found washed up on rocks the following morning, with water police sent to retrieve her.

A report is now being prepared by the Coroner, but police are not treating the death as suspicious.

If you or anyone you know needs help, please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyondblue on 1300 22 46 36.

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