Noosa Heads is easily one of Australia’s most popular holiday destinations – and for good reason. There’s always something to see and do in Noosa, no matter what your holiday preference might be.
Why Choose Noosa?
Noosa Heads is at the northern end of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. This means it’s conveniently located to access the rest of the Sunshine Coast, as well as the stunning Cooloola Region.
Noosa is also a short distance away from the glorious World-Heritage Listed Fraser Island, as well as the Blackall Ranges, and the surrounding river and hinterland regions.
Yet, the convenient location isn’t what draws people from all over the world to Noosa. The magnificent balmy sub-tropical weather, coupled with world-renowned pristine beaches is what makes this destination so popular.
As a complete contrast to the Gold Coast, there are NO high-rise buildings in Noosa Heads to destroy the lush natural views and surroundings. This offers holiday-makers a more relaxed holiday-style.
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What to Do in Noosa Heads
No matter what your preferences are, there is always so much to see and do in Noosa Heads.
You can choose to relax on the white sands of the pristine beaches, or enjoy some shopping along trendy Hastings Street. Noosa’s Main Beach truly is postcard-perfect, with sparkling azure waters lapping against the soft white sands.
Noosa National Park is a world famous destination in its own right renown for its plethora of wildlife (both in and out of the water), a variety of walking tracks, secluded beaches and spectacular ocean views.
Laguna Bay is situated just a short stroll north of Hastings Street. This is the ideal beach for families, as the waves rarely reach more than a metre high. This also makes Laguna Bay ideal for those wanting to learn how to surf.
The many and varied cafes, restaurants and eateries mean there’s plenty of choice to suit even the most discerning palate. As the balmy sub-tropical climate is always gorgeous, you can dine out in style at one of the many alfresco restaurants and enjoy the Noosa weather.