We'd like to introduce you to our Concierge Team and share some favourite local insights to Noosa before you arrive.

 Costa Noosa on Duke Street, Sunshine Beach.
FAVOURITE RESTAURANT: Rickys for the food and spectacular River views. Try the Crab Spaghettini - my favourite.
FAVOURITE CAFE: Canteen in Noosa Junction does a great breakfast.
BEST TOUR: Oceanrider for a thrilling ride! It's fun and gets your adrenalin going! Offshore Fishing and you're always guranteed to see a dolphin!
LOCAL'S SECRET: Noosa Farmer's market for great fresh produce.
IF I HAD 60 MINUTES: I would hire a stand up paddle from Boardwalk Boats and paddle up Noosa River. 

 Aromas! Just like being in Paris! Great spot for people watching.
FAVOURITE RESTAURANT: Sum Yung Guys at Sunshine Beach, new kid on the block and if you like dumplings this is not to be missed!
FAVOURITE CAFE: Grind Cafe on Gympie Terrace, great for breakfast after a walk along the terrace.
SHOPPING: Can't go past Hastings Street for a one of a kind piece.
BEST TOUR: Fraser Island Day Tour or Offshore Fishing.
LOCAL'S SECRET: Catalina on Sunday afternoon.
IF I HAD 5 MINUTES: I'd drive to Noosa Lookout. Great way to see all of Noosa, especially at Sunset. 

Hard Coffee, close to the Resort and they do the best double shot around!
FAVOURITE RESTAURANT: It has to be said the Noosa Heads Surf Club for unrivalled views of Laguna Bay.
FAVOURITE CAFE: 10 Hastings Street, great village vibe.
SHOPPING: Eumundi Markets for a unique gift all locally made.
BEST TOUR: Boardwalk Boats, hire a boat or stand up paddle board and cruise along the Noosa canals.
IF I HAD 5 MINUTES: I would make my way to Massimo's Gelateria an institution in Noosa. 

The Jetty Departure Lounge, Gympie Terrace, Noosaville.
FAVOURITE RESTAURANT: Gusto's Noosaville, Bistro C beach front and & Sails Restaurant beach front.
FAVOURITE CAFE: Little Cove on Weyba Road.
SHOPPING: Sandman on Hastings Street for men's clothing!
BEST TOUR: For the Romantic, a Gondola ride at sunset on the Noosa River, with a bottle of champage, perfect!
LOCAL'S SECRET: Belmondo's in the Industrial Centre for local food and produce in a warehouse setting.
IF I HAD 5 MINUTES: Pop into Lamington on Hastings Street and buy a quirky gift to take home.

 Padre's Noosaville, pick up freshly roasted beans or stay for a coffee.
FAVOURITE RESTAURANT: Locale on Hastings Street for fine Italian.
FAVOURITE CAFE: Thomas Corner Eatery.
SHOPPING: Hearts & Minds Art on Hastings Street.
LOCAL'S SECRET: If you're here from August-October the whale watching opportunities from the National Park are amazing.
IF I HAD 30 MINUTES: Walk to the Noosa National park to Boiling Pot.

 Depot Cafe, Gympie Terrace.
FAVOURITE RESTAURANT: Haru Korean Restaurant Noosa Junction - great vegetarian options.
FAVOURITE CAFE: New Earth Cafe - Coolum Beach, gluten free and dairy free. If you have a car it's worth the drive.
LOCAL'S SECRET: Mount Timbeerwah, an easy walk that provides 360 views of the Sunshine Coast.
IF I HAD 30 MINUTES: I would take the Noosa Ferry and cruise the local waterways.


Spending the Easter school holidays with us?

Easter School Holidays is a wonderful time to share with friends and family and could there be a more inspirational time to be in Noosa than over the Holiday season?

As your host we have planned a calendar of events for children and adults alike including FREE surfing lessons for all ages on Noosa's Main Beach with local experts Underground Surf, cup cake decorating, candle and bath bomb making and more. 

Download our Holiday events brochures.

Resort Activities 26 March 2018 - 22 April 2018

We look forward to welcoming you to beautiful Noosa!

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