Noosa's extensive reef system starts with Sunshine Reef
around 3km offshore and extends 45 km to the Barwon
Banks for diving, snorkelling and fishing. Other Noosa
activities include kayaking / canoeing, golf, rock
climbing, horse riding and biking, just to name a few.
The boardwalk from Hastings Street out to Noosa National
Park is a great experience, continue through the Park
and along the coastline out to Hells Gates.
The Headlands section of Noosa National Park is the most
famous of the region's parks and the most visited park
Noosa is also the perfect departure point for World
Heritage listed Fraser Island, the world's largest sand
island. Exploring the river system upstream from
Tewantin takes you to a quiet, natural environment, with
bush and nesting birds on either side contributing to
the peaceful atmosphere. Journey through Lake Cooroibah
and on to Lake Cootharabah, the pristine waters of the
Everglades and the upper Noosa River system beyond.
A holiday in Noosa is all about dining out. Famous for
its restaurant culture, Noosa can offer some of the
finest culinary experiences to be had in Australia.
Dining out in Sunshine Beach and Peregian can range from
gourmet to casual
The famous Eumundi Markets are held each Saturday and
Wednesday mornings and offer visitors fresh produce and
a huge selection of arts and crafts. Noosa Farmers
Market is held every second and fourth Sunday at the AFL
grounds with more than 100 stalls of locally grown
produce. the beach foreshore, is primarily an arts and
craft market but has some food produce also.
Intimate, comfortable and air conditioned, Noosa Arts
Theatre is the venue for notable productions and
concerts. The famous annual Noosa Jazz Festival is now
an institution and jazz and blues, latin rhythms and
country music feature at local pubs, restaurants,
nightclubs and on river cruises throughout the year.
You'll find artists' studios and galleries throughout
Noosa. The Noosa Regional Gallery in Pelican Street,
Tewantin, is a contemporary art space with ever-changing
exhibitions, workshops, and innovative programs.
Noosa Shopping: Where to start? Where else but Hastings
Street, bliss for window shoppers and serious buyers
alike. The Noosa shopping experience includes
international label clothing, funky local designs,
superbly crafted jewellery, and much more. Luxurious day
spas are a feature of Noosa life these days, as well as
excellent hair stylists and beauty therapists.
Noosa accommodation ranges from luxury resorts, hotels &
motels to self-contained apartments, bed & breakfast,
caravan parks and even accommodation geared for
backpackers. Holiday accommodation in Noosa is ranked
amongst the finest in Queensland.