Noosa Heads is one of Australia’s most
There’s a good reason for this. No matter what your holiday preference, there’s always something to see and do in Noosa. Noosa’s stunning beaches are among the finest in Australia, while being safe to swim in all year round.
sought after holiday locations.
Beautiful Noosa beaches
The three main beaches, Noosa Main Beach, Alexandria Bay and Sunshine Beach are fringed by many other picturesque bays and coves. From crashing ocean surf at Sunshine Beach to quietly lapping waves at Main Beach, there is a beach experience to suit everyone.
Noosa world-class surfing reserve
The dedication of the Noosa International Surfing Reserve, which stretches from the Noosa Rivermouth to North Sunshine, and incorporates three beach breaks and five world class point breaks, solidifies Noosa’s international reputation as a superb surfing destination.
Noosa National Parks
Noosa is also famous for its network of exceptional National Parks. In particular, the Noosa National Park - coastal section is one of the most visited national parks in the country. Here you’ll find coastal and bushland walking tracks with scintillating coastal views and a plethora of wildlife including dolphins, turtles, koala and whales between May and November.
Noosa’s dining precincts and restaurants
Noosa’s dining precincts are renown including around Noosa Heads, Hastings Street, Noosaville, Sunshine Beach and Noosa Junction. To name just a few, you’ll find iconics restaurants such as Peter Kuruvita’s Beach House Restaurant, Locale, Miss Moneypenny’s on Hastings Street, Wasabi’s and Ricky’s on the Noosa River.
Noosa’s retail therapy
Noosa’s Hastings Street’s retail scene is well known, especially for its high-end boutique labels. Here you’ll find fashion statements from stores that include Tigerlilly, Gazman and Seed.
A vibrant community and cultural scene offers cinemas, theatres, bars and galleries.
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