A Noosa Holiday – What To See and Do

A Noosa Holiday is the perfect way to unwind and enjoy surf, sun, sand and shopping. Noosa is on the northern end of Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast.

Noosa has perfect weather, a laid back lifestyle and sheltered swimming all year round. Although well known as a premium holiday hotspot attracting the wealthy doesn’t mean you have to spend a small fortune to enjoy a Noosa holiday.

On your Noosa holiday, Hastings Street is a must to see. This famous street is the main hub of Noosa only meters from beautiful Main beach and the National park. It boasts exclusive boutiques and award winning restaurants, trendy cafes for the ultimate dining and shopping experience.

Noosa has some of the most exclusive accommodation on the Sunshine Coast. Noosa holiday makers are sure to find suitable accommodation in Noosa. With accommodation ranging from budget conscious hostels to luxurious beachfront apartments there is plenty to choose from.

Noosa is renowned for its low level architecture and high standards of conservation which has allowed Noosa to preserve its unique environment for all holiday makers to enjoy.

The famous Noosa National Park which has scenic walks through the rainforest to sandy beaches and protected coves is only a short stroll from Hastings Street. During the months between July and November, migrating whales can be spotted from one of the many vantage points. Remember to look up into the trees while walking through the park as you may find a sleepy koala perched in the branches.

The sleepy riverside village of Noosaville is nearby. Noosaville has Gympie Terrace, a strip lined with cafes, restaurants and accommodation along on side. On the other side are the beautiful Noosa River and its parkland foreshore lined with sandy beaches. Ideal for boating, kayaking, fishing, swimming and jet skis this strip is very popular with locals and visitors.

Tewantin which was originally a timber town is now a picturesque village situated on the Noosa River. In Tewantin you will find the Regional art gallery and Noosa Marina. The marina with fine restaurants and shops is also accessible from Hastings Street by ferry. The marina also hosts Sunday markets which have become quite popular with visitors and locals.

Close by are lots of Sunshine Coast attractions including the famous Eumundi markets, Underwater World, Australia Zoo and the Ginger Factory. Also out there are National parks, white sandy beaches and picturesque hinterland towns waiting to be explored. With so much to offer Noosa would have to be an ideal destination for a relaxing holiday.

You can fly into the Brisbane airport which is about 90 minutes away or the Maroochydore airport which is about 30 minutes away. Bus and hire car services are available from both airports.

Noosa is the perfect destination for a holiday. It offers everything from five star accommodations to the opportunity to lose yourself in nature with the koalas in the Noosa National Park. Lie on the beaches, shop till you drop, wine and dine in style or explore the hinterland or beautiful white beaches. Your Noosa holiday can be anything that you want it to be!