Noosa is an Australian resort area on southern Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Known for its heavy surf and Sunshine Beach which is full of cafes and boutiques. A coastal trail runs north past the beaches of Noosa National Park, home to koalas around Tea Tree Bay. South of the Noosa Everglades, kayaks and sailboats dot the waters of Lake Cootharaba. Inland, LakeMacDonald has the Noosa Botanic Gardens, plus an amphitheatre.
Noosa is home to one of only two Everglades systems in the world. Located in the Great Sandy National Park, the network of waterways, rivers, lakes and marshes are best explored by kayak or canoe. You can hire these and explore yourself, or take a guided tour, discovering the diverse plant and wildlife, stopping for a spot of lunch on one of the islands.
If you speak to anyone who has been to Noosa, it’s likely that restaurants will be one of the first things they mention. The town has some excellent eatery’s set in a variety of stunning locations. A notable mention goes to the Noosa Waterfront Restaurant, overlooking the river, which serves gorgeous Italian dishes accompanied by an impressive wine list. Bistro C is moments from Noosa Main Beach, so you can listen to the waves as you eat your meal. Or for something on the go, Betty’s Burgers on Hastings Street has developed a well-deserved reputation for their incredible milkshakes and delicious burgers.
Noosa is one of Australia’s best surfing locations, in particular for longboards. Longboards are a longer style surfboard, as the name suggests, and are easier to catch waves on and maintain speed. However, Noosa has great waves for all types of surfing and abilities and hosts the Noosa Festival of Surfing every March; the world’s largest surfing event.
• Sunshine Coast
• Noosa National park
• Sunshine Beach
• Noosa Main Beach
• Hastings Street
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