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Your search for the perfect Noosa resort ends here. This is quintessential Noosa. The Noosa Crest Resort Apartments is a very special collection of one, two and three bedroom Noosa apartments set amongst five acres of beautifully landscaped and native gardens, and surrounded again by majestic forest and native bushlands. A subtropical paradise.

This resort at Noosa Heads, with its very own boardwalk that transports you through some lovely Queensland rainforest to the one and only Hastings Street. Here you can enjoy a latte, or  shop at one of the many designer boutiques. Perhaps you might like to dine a la carte at one of the many delicious restaurants. Whether you are looking for fine dining, casual, bistro or cafe style, Noosa is where you will find it.

Nearby is Noosa Junction with all its shops, supermarkets, cinemas, banks and restaurants. All necessary conveniences are close at hand.

Onsite our facilities will ensure your leisure and relaxation starts here. We have a full size tennis court is available during the day, along with our swimming pools, spas and spacious sauna rooms also available for your enjoyment. For guests checking into one of our penthouse suites, a private spa awaits on the large balcony, along with a BBQ. The perfect place to enjoy the Noosa sunsets.

Noosa Apartments

Did we mention the apartments?

Choose from one of the luxurious apartments and penthouses, with one, two and three bedrooms. All apartments have air-conditioning and feature spacious entertainment areas with huge balconies. The accompanying views over Laguna Bay and Noosa River are spectacular. Each apartment is fully self-contained equipped with kitchen and laundry facilities for longer visits.

Book your Noosa resort holiday with us today. You’ll be hard-pressed to find another property with the location, charm, views and amenities of Noosa Crest Resort Apartments.

Coffee gems in Noosa!

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Not only does Noosa pride itself as a slice of coastal bliss, stunning natural attractions with a thriving food scene, we also pride ourselves on the array of coffees.  Having the luxury of living in a tourist town there is an abundance of cafes, pop up coffee vans and stalls offering smooth coffees with creamy funky designs.  Some cafes like to shake things up, recently in a new raw café, had to try the a half coconut / half almond milk………. tasted a little different but still delicious.

At Noosa Crest we offer Little Cove Coffee called the smooth percolator which is a must if your a keen coffee drinker.  If you can get to the Little Cove café, try there recent cockodoodle brew which pulls back your eyelids and SCREAMS wake up in the morning.

The list would be endless if I was to name all the great cafes in town but to name a few off the radar would be Black Pepper in Noosa Junction.  Todd & Steph (mother & son) are very welcoming, offer gluten free food and love a chat.  If your along Gympie terrace, can’t go past Grind nor The River Read Bookstore, I love checking out the latest books as I sip away.  On Hastings street is Hard Café in bay village.  They offer Campos coffee which is smooth & strong. 

If your in Sunshine Beach try out Dukes Deli which has recently changed over to Tobys Estate coffee, great customer service plus they add in a little shortbread on the side, I’m also a bit partial to the celebrity spotting from the deck.  Another popular local spot is Gibsons, they have an amazing coffee machine called La Marzocco and specially ordered the colour green in fitting with the cafe.  They offer exotic Lattetude coffee beans and a great place on a hot day offering air conditioning and lots of magazines & papers to indulge in.

Belmondos is also a hot spot, its a fresh food market in Noosa off the beaten track in Rene street (industrial estate).  You can view a range of coffee beans and take the time to discuss, smell and review your next brew.  They pride themselves in top quality products with good old fashion customer service.  

Every corner in Noosa you will find a coffee shop so be sure to let us know how your brew went!

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New Noosa Wave!

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If you haven’t already heard, Noosa’s putting on a new fresh face for summer with a new wave of exciting bars and restaurants heading this way.  Next time you’re in Noosa, you have to check out these new faces……

*Noosa Beach House Peter Kuruvita – Right in the heart of Hastings Street, replacing Catos Bar at the Sheraton, this is really fresh, clean and beachy with a relaxed vibe in the bar for cocktails and all day dining or seriously delicious Sri Lankan inspired cuisine in the restaurant.

*Locale – Noosa recently sadly said goodbye to the fabulous Italian institutuion that was Lindonis but the owners have just launched their new baby – Locale. Located down at the Paris end of Hastings Street, this well designed modern Italian Trattoria is offering relaxed dining and a great wine bar.

*Miss Moneypenny’s – on the site of the old Ma Mensa on Hastings Street, this sprawling new cocktail bar-restaurant opens on 01 November and offers a fun atmosphere and funky cocktails for those coming straight off the beach or heading out in style.

Noosa is still heaven for foodies with plenty to offer on and off Hastings Street. Noosa Junction with it’s relaxed vibe, eclectic shops and cafes has been given a facelift as has parts of Gympie Terrace at Noosaville.  The fabulous Noosa Farmers Markets are still a ‘must do’ for anyone visiting Noosa to stock up on the freshest local fruit and veggies and those amazing Noosa Red tomatoes,Gympie Goats Cheese, Essential Grain breads, Noosa Spanner Crabs and so so much more!

It’s hotting up in Noosa but there’s a fresh vibe in the air, perfect swell and lots of fresh new faces to meet!

 

Noosa’s a Winter Wonderland

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It’s winter?  Seriously? This is end of another perfect winter day in Noosa. A winter wonderland with a difference!

True…it is cooler, especially at night and those mornings can be a challenge to get to the beach for that morning walk or swim but seriously! It’s 22 degrees during the day and the temperature really only plummets to 12 degrees on the coolest nights. Not exactly freezing…right!

The locals may be rugged up in coats and boots but the visitors are out on the beach in force, frolicking in the waves, surfing, swimming and having fun. Even the little ones are out there on their boogie boards totally oblivious to the fact that it’s winter! 

We think this is absolutely the best time to visit Noosa and here’s why:

*It’s peaceful. No crowds, parking is not an issue – on the street or for yourself on the beach, nor is getting into your fav restaurant or getting a room at a great price.

*Shop and café staff are more attentive and relaxed and are genuinely happy to see you and serve you. And best of all, there are bargains to be had!

*The beach is perfect…unspoilt by crowds and the water is calm and crystal clear. Fish everywhere! Noosa’s North Shore is at its best – so it’s a great time to head up the beach in your 4WD and enjoy a spot of fishing.

*Most days are clear and sunny and finish with stunning sunsets – like the one above. Sometimes it rains but not often (and when it does it’s your excuse to curl up on the lounge with your book and a hot chocolate).

*Wildlife spotting is better. The koalas seem to appear more often in the National Park and the brush turkeys are everywhere and the birdlife is amazing, everything seems to come to life.

*The cool weather is perfect for hiking the National Park or Noosa Hill or even exploring the mountain ranges, and for long bike rides out to quaint hinterland towns or down the scenic coast road.  It’s also perfect for throwing on a jacket and strolling to your restaurant of choice for a luscious glass of red with your pork belly or Osso Buco.   And, for finding a sunny spot on the grass for a lunchtime picnic in the Woods, the Lions Park or along Gympie Terrace.

*And best of all….it’s perfect weather for snuggling up with your loved one and enjoying those romantic sunsets.

We love Noosa in winter and so will you.  Let us know if you have had any special winter moments in Noosa.

Keep warm!

What’s not to love?

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Love heart on the beachIt’s February and of course love is in the air.  This time of the year we’re inspired (or maybe expected) to add a little romance into our lives. 

So, what to do? Where to go?

In case you need it….here’s a little inspiration from one of the most romantic destinations in Australia….Noosa of course!

Stay
*Book a gorgeous apartment or penthouse with stunning views and snuggle down with your partner for a couple of days of indulgence – www.noosacrest.com.au

Dine
*Indulge in a romantic dinner or just settle in for sunset cocktails and tapas at Rickys River Bar + Restaurant – on the beautiful Noosa riverfront – http://rickys.com.au

*Doing breakfast is a serious pastime in Noosa and it’s easy to see why. You just can’t go past a relaxed morning on the beach followed by a lazy delicious breakfast/brunch at –

Ricky's Restaurant on the river Noosa

Rickys Restaurant + Bar

Sirocco – spectacular Med cuisine with views of the river. Divine baked eggs & omelettes- www.sirocconoosa.com.au

Canteen – Local favourite, yummy corn fritters, great coffee, nice vibe

Mooshka – Sunshine Beach funky mecca, great coffee – mooshka.com.au

Thomas Corner – Deliciousness on the river – www.thomascorner.com.au

Café Le Monde – Relaxed, great food, a Noosa icon – www.cafelemonde.com.au

Bistro C – Iconic beachfront favourite – bistroc.com.au

Relax:

Noosa is spa heaven! What better way to relax and indulge than to submit to the some of the many spa and pampering options, from an amazing array of local therapists and day spas. Here’s a few of our favs:

Noosa Springs Golf & Spa Resort: www.noosasprings.com.au
Ikatan Day Spa: www.ikatanspa.comIkatan Spa
Riverside Beauty: www.riversidebeauty.net.au
Stephanies Ocean Spa: www.stephanies.com.au
Kansha Natural Therapies: www.kansha.com.au

Play:

Noosa Learn to Surf

Noosa Learn to Surf

Head out on the calm waters of the Noosa River and try your hand at SUP – you’ll be hooked! www.noosastanduppaddle.com.au

Learn to Surf together on the gentle breaks of Laguna Bay www.learntosurf.com.au

Cruise and explore the Noosa River system at your own pace, in your own boat – take a BBQ or picnic lunch with champagne of course! www.oboathire.com

Indulge:
For those seriously romantics….indulge and enjoy these very special Noosa experiences. Lots of brownie points here!

Gondolas of Noosa – As a couple you can share this most intimate adventure in absolute privacy, even from your gondolier! Dinner cruises available too. www.gondolasofnoosa.com

Noosa Dreamboats- Experience the glamour of a bygone era and feel like movie stars as you explore Noosa’s waterways on board the stunning mahogany speed boat. Special packages include romantic sandbar picnic escapes and indulgent spa, restaurant and cruise experiences. Wow!  www.noosadreamboats.com.au

Or…just grab some gourmet delights from Belmondos Fresh Food Market and head down to the Noosa National Park or Noosa Woods for a romantic picnic.  www.belmondos.com

Whatever you do – feel the love!

Need an excuse to visit Noosa?

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Noosa Food & WineNoosa’s enjoyed a bumper Christmas holiday season with sensational summer weather, great surf and a bustling, happy vibe.

With holidaymakers heading back to school and work, Noosa has returned to its relaxed and peaceful best and has been lucky enough to escape the brunt of the recent Queensland weather episode.

So now the fun really begins! An amazing, jam packed festival and event calendar is locked in for the year and visitors and locals are in for a treat! Once again, the best of the best are coming to Noosa to present, perform, cook, compete and entertain.

Here’s a taste of what’s to come……

*Kelloggs Nutri-grain Ironman & Ironwoman Series – Feb 17 & 24
*Noosa Festival of Surfing – March 10-16
*Noosa Ultimate Sports Fest – April 27-28
*Noosa International Food & Wine Festival – May 16-19
*Noosa Longweekend – June 14-23
*Noosa Jazz Festival – 29 August – 01 September
*Noosa Triathlon Multisports Festival – 30 October – 03 November

Click here for more details 

So, whether you are seeking a place to relax, play, watch, eat, drink or party, there are plenty of excuses to visit…but then who needs an excuse!

Noosa Festival of Surfing

Noosa Festival of Surfing

Christmas comes early to Noosa!

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Santas surfing the Noosa National Park

Santas by Sea

Christmas came early to Noosa this year.  To be specific it arrived at 10 am on Thursday the 6th of December via the Minister for Local Government.

The Christmas present Noosa received is; a vote in March 2013, for the right to regain a Noosa Council. Noosa residents have finally received the opportunity to determine for all time Noosa’s future.

So what’s the big deal?

Here it is in a nutshell……

In previous eras Noosa’s critical town planning (and all other council decisions) were controlled by their own local council made up entirely of Noosa people.
Then, in 2008, against massive opposition the Queensland government brutally forced amalgamation on 97 local government areas including Noosa in the name of “cost efficiencies”.

Noosa was forced to become part of the Sunshine Coast Council – a super city incorporating areas as far south as Landsborough, and areas such as Maroochydore and Mooloolaba which aspire to be cities in their own right and who share very little lifestyle values with the people of Noosa. The seat of council was relocated to Nambour and Noosa residents were hit with rate increases and loss of services and representation.

Noosa has always chosen and fought for many decades for a different model. It is based around low level, low density development. It insists on round-a-bouts instead of traffic lights, and very subdued advertising signage. It has height restrictions of four storeys along Noosa Main Beach. It does its best to be a low stress area with minimal invasive city symbols ie. no parking metres. It is a place that has chosen not to become part of the mediocrity of urban sprawl that makes up so much of Australia. It is truly a special place and because of the community’s long-standing commitment to conservation, sustainable development and lifestyle protection Noosa is now a UNESCO-recognised Noosa Biosphere Reserve.

Over decades the Noosa community has proven itself eminently capable of administering its own region. It has earned the right to continue to do so.

This model is the reason visitors from across the globe are attracted to live and holiday in Noosa and this is the reason land values are amongst the highest in the country. Under the current amalgamated super council, Noosa is losing its way ….fast, unable to uphold the values and vision for which it has fought to retain for so long.

So, thanks to some passionate, hardworking and committed local people, Noosa now has been given a chance to take control of its destiny once again. “After many years of effort we will get a chance to decide whether we want a local Council making local decisions after listening to what residents want.” “We will get a chance to vote against becoming a city, with high-rise, paid parking, over-development and the crime and congestion that go with it. “If the people vote in numbers of more than 50% in favour, Noosa may be able to reinstate a council which has over generations proven to be cost effective and visionary.

If the people vote to stay part of the super council it will only be a matter of time before Noosa’s only 2 councillors are overwhelmed by the huge majority of councillors focussed on growth and development at all costs….and this special part of the world will soon become eroded and just another mediocre ‘suburbia by sea’.

If Noosa people get it right in March, you and your family should be able to enjoy Noosa for generations to come.

Merry Christmas Noosa!  May all your wishes come true!

How to choose the perfect base for your Noosa holiday

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sandy beaches of NoosaSince moving to Noosa nearly 14 years ago, the question I’ve been asked the most from friends, family, colleagues and even travel agents is ….“where’s the best spot to stay in Noosa?”

Sounds easy right? Not so! There’s no simple answer. Everybody wants different things from their Noosa holiday and all have a unique set of needs, expectations and aspirations. There’s definitely no one fit for all.

So, to help them decide on where to base themselves to get the best from their Noosa experience, I give them a basic rundown.

Noosa’s not big of course, but like any other town, it’s made up of nooks and crannys, micro destinations and mini villages, each with their own vibe, personality and unique benefits.
What’s perfect for you and your partner, family or friends may not be right for others and even if you are a frequent visitor, you may be looking for a different experience each time. To make easy, here’s a very quick outline of some of the great spots on offer within Noosa.

Hastings Street: Need I say anything at all? The best loved and most popular zone for Noosa holidaymakers, especially 1st or 2nd time visitors. It’s the hub, it’s where all the action is; the beach, national park, restaurants, bars, cafes, shopping, apartments, hotels, backpackers. If you’ve stayed here a few times, you may be looking for a quieter, more peaceful experience or may be keen to explore another side of Noosa. Great for couples young and not so young and families with little ones.

Little Cove: Just off Hastings Street and on the way to the National Park, this lush and leafy nook is well loved by locals and holidaymakers alike for its natural feel, easy proximity to Hastings Street, Main Beach and also the sheltered beaches within the National Park. Plenty of birdlife, goannas and the odd koala, it’s also home to some stunning holiday houses and apartments. Just be aware some of the steep slopes and stairs will give you a serious workout. Couples and fitness types love this place.

Noosa Hill: It’s all about the views on Noosa Hill. Some of the houses and apartments offer stunning Noosa panoramas from the crest of the hill and up high on the slopes. Again, easy access to the beach and Hastings Street but there is the walk back up to consider if you want to do without the car. Strolling distance to the pub (Noosa Reef Hotel) for lunch or dinner with great views and easy walk to the Junction (Noosa Junction) with it’s eclectic array of shops and cafes. Great spot for couples, walkers, families with older kids.
Sunshine Beach: A well loved., true beach holiday experience. Gorgeous houses and apartments on offer and a cruisy, chilled out village with great bars, restaurants, cafes and delis. The beach is beautiful but wild most of the time with great surf and and a seriously great surf club . You’ll need a car to get to Hastings Street and pretty much anywhere else or you can use the local buses.

Sunset on the Noosa RiverNoosa Sound: Totally different again to all of the above. A serene Noosa River backdrop to your holiday experience. Plenty of apartments and all manner of holiday houses which mostly overlook and have easy or direct access to the river. Perfect for families who want to get their feet wet with a fun filled fishing, sailing, kayaking or stand up padding kinda holiday. Quamby Place is tucked on the water and is home to some of Noosa’s finest dining experiences. It’s a nice, flat easy walk to Hastings Street but you can also get there by ferry to go further updstream to the ever popular Noosa Marina and to drop in on the restaurant and café action on Gympie Terrace, Noosaville.
Noosaville: Something for everyone here. Hugely popular with locals out exercising with their dogs early in the morning, catching up for coffees mid morning, mums and kids with scooters, bikes, and strollers all day long. Hugely popular family spot dotted with palygrounds, watersport and boat hire places. The main drags are Gympie Terrace which runs right along the river frontage and is dotted with shops, cafes, restaurants, icecream – all fantastic and great value. Thomas Street is the local ‘eat street’ there but also offers fashion, lifestyle and gift shopping.

Noosa Hinterland: The lush, green backdrop to Noosa’s beautiful beaches, this area is picturesque and serene. Elegant country houses and quaint B&Bs are nestled in bushland, on mountain peaks and even lakeside. This is the perfect retreat for those keen to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Bird life is the only noise and it’s an easy, short drive to great country markets, arts and craft centres, rustic pubs, good cafes and still no more than 30 minutes to the beach.
They’re all fabulous, it just depends on what is your idea of holiday heaven. Maybe it’s all of them at different times and for different reasons. There’s so many options for an entirely different holiday experience each time you come to Noosa.

Happy holidays!

Noosa Dream Holiday Winners

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Thank you to everybody who took the time to enter our Dream Holiday competiton.

Noosa Holiday Winners

Noosa dream holiday

We received an incredible response and some very creative dream holidays – many of which have given us inspiration for exciting new packages.

Our congratulations go to Megan Olsen from Hervey Bay, Queensland!

Megan has won her own Noosa Dream Holiday creation….and it’s no longer just a dream.  We have now launched it as our newest package.  It’s called Megan’s Noosa Dream Holiday and it’s available for everyone to book and enjoy.  Just visit the Specials section of our website.

Here it is.  We hope you like it!

Megan’s Noosa Dream Holiday:

• 5 nights in a luxury 3 bedroom Premium Penthouse at Noosa Crest
• Dinner for 2 to the value of $100 at the fabulous Berardos Restaurant
• 18 holes golf at Noosa Springs
• Eumundi Markets experience for 2
• Noosa Dreamboats Cruise & lunch at Rickys River Restaurant for 2
• Champagne and chocolates on arrival
• Mini fondue set with chocolate, fruit & marshmallows
• Breakfast for 2 at Aromas on Hastings Street

Our congratulations also go to Bernadette Hendry from Brisbane.
Bernadette won our Facebook/Twitter prize of a dreamy weekend for 2 in a Premium Apartment at Noosa Crest.

To keep your dream alive, and to thank you for taking part in our competition – we invite you to take 20% off all apartments and penthouses at Noosa Crest (for stays of 3 or more nights) before 28 March 2013 – excluding Peak season & Noosa Triathlon. Just quote NOOSADREAM offer when booking.

What makes a great family holiday?

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family holiday funEvery family is different (some more than others!) but when it comes to ensuring that the investment made in a family holiday is worth it – for everyone, it can be tricky. 

We’ve witnessed the thrills and spills of many family holidays and here’s our thoughts on what really makes a really successful family holiday and guarantees that everyone goes home happy and relaxed with memories that last a lifetime…

  • Get out there!  Choose somewhere totally different from home – invigorate their senses, and give them a whole other perspective ie. Get away from cars, signs, traffic lights, shops, houses and head to the beach, the bush, the mountains, the snow, an island.…somewhere different.
  •  Zone out!  Get them out of their comfort zone by doing things you don’t normally do ie. Learn to surf; Stand up paddling; cooking class; boating, crabbing; shell hunting, kite flying, jetskiing, fishing, star gazing, elephant riding, mountain climbing, parasailing, enjoy a massage or special treatment.
  •  Lighten up!  Take very little…just the basics.  Definitely no technical gadgets, no ipods, iphones, ipads, gaming devices etc and turn the phone off.  Check it once a day if you have to, then switch it off.  This is time to be fully present.
  •  Tempt the tastebuds:  Food memories are often ones that stay with us ever – bringing back that holiday feeling for years to come.  Use the opportunity to get them out of their normal eating routines and challenge them to try some of the local cuisine.  Freshen up their tastebuds with the local seafood, tropical fruit, desserts, fresh coconut..it’s part of the experience.
  •  Move it!   Burn up some energy and tire them out with a little exercise.  Early morning dip and a surf, bushwalk, mountain climb or sunset beach walk will usually do the trick.
  •  Slow it down!  Every day needs some quiet ‘me’ time for everybody.  Give everyone some space to do their own thing in peace.
  •  Have fun!  It’s a holiday after all so it’s a great excuse to do fun stuff and laugh at each other and at yourselves ie. Belly dancing!
  •  Chill out!  Well, that’s a given. 

 Best wishes a wonderful family holiday.

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