If you are looking for fun in the sun with your family we recommend you pack your bags and head for Noosa. Noosa Heads is one of the most family friendly destinations in
Queensland, not only for the spectacular natural attractions but also for the diverse range of activities available and the variety of accommodation styles on offer.
Key to the popularity of Noosa Heads is the beautiful weather all year round. In the heat of summer it is always possible to cool down with a quick dip in Laguna Bay and enjoy the sea breezes, particularly if you stay on the water somewhere in Noosa.
In winter and the shoulder seasons there are plenty of sunny days for the family to enjoy allowing families to get outside and enjoy all there is on offer. Daytime temperatures in winter are often in the low 20’s and the water temperature in the high teens.
Another draw card to Noosa Heads for Families is it’s accessibility for Queensland and interstate visitors alike. Driving to Noosa is an easy drive along the Bruce Highway and is only a little over an hour from Brisbane’s Northern Suburbs.
The family road trip cry of “Are we there yet?” hardly gets a chance to get started. Families arrive in Noosa before they know it and quickly relax into the charming vibe that Noosa offers. Noosa is only half an hour away from the Sunshine Coast Airport making it easy for families to fly direct from Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne. Bus and train services also provide access to the area for those families who prefer to use public transport. Transfer services are available from both the airport and train stations at Nambour and Corooy.
No doubt the kids will want to hit the beach or the pool straight away, allowing parents the chance to unwind and enjoy the spectacular views. Of course this will all work up an appetite.
Fortunately for families visiting Noosa, The Hastings Street precinct offers a huge range of cuisine allowing for families to sit down for a meal or enjoy a quick bite followed up by an ice cream. For families who prefer to self cater, all the major supermarkets can be found in Noosa as well as a number of specialty shops and smaller supermarkets making shopping a breeze for all those pre-dinner nibbles around the pool.
The area also has wonderful produce which can be picked up during one of your day trips from Noosa Heads.
Staying in a resort is a wonderful option for a family holiday as there are so many facilities and activities on offer for the whole family to enjoy. For those who enjoy the active life, Noosa offers wonderful walking tracks and boardwalks allowing families to spend quality time together while taking in the pristine scenery, all within easy access to your resort. Other family members may prefer to soak up the sun on the resorts sundeck, enjoy a spa or a sauna or simply unwind in one of the resort pools. Fortunately Noosa offers many family friendly activities to enjoy.
If your family likes to keep busy then you are in luck as Noosa Heads offers many outdoor activities for you to participate in. Water activities are always popular. Try your hand at surfing, paddle boarding or jet skiing. Also popular are the river and wetland cruises: the sunset cruises are a particular favourite. There are also many day trips for the whole family to enjoy just a short distance from Noosa Heads.
Some major attractions in the area include Australia Zoo, Underwater World and The Buderim Ginger Factory. For nature lovers a day trip to visit the Coloured Sands of Rainbow Beach will be an unforgettable experience. Fortunately your resort will have a tour desk making it very easy to organize all your day tours.
At the end of the day you will be glad watch the beautiful sunset over the hinterland and bay and unwind in your spacious apartment or relax by the pool and BBQ area. These days’ apartments are designed with families in mind with one, two, three or even four bedroom apartments available depending on the number of people in your family.
Fortunately apartments have all the modern amenities and wifi is available for those family members who need their device time. In our busy and hectic lives, holidaying with the whole family allows us time to reconnect with our children and our partner and to take a step back and appreciate those people in our lives who are the most important.
For many arriving in Noosa Heads is an instant stress relief where you literally breathe in the fresh air and leave the worries of the world behind you for awhile. What’s more Noosa Heads is addictive. Visitors to the area simply can’t get enough. No doubt you and your family will find yourself coming back for repeat visits for many years to come.
Noosa Heads is the perfect base for day trips around the Sunshine Coast area.
In the morning you can enjoy the beauty of Noosa Heads, perhaps starting with a stroll on the beach or breakfast in Hastings St before heading out to explore the area. The following attractions are all just a short drive from Noosa and provide something for everyone.
The diversity of the Noosa Heads area offers so much for visitors and locals alike to enjoy.
Day trips and activities from Noosa Heads.
1. Australia Zoo
Just a short drive from Noosa at the base of the Glass House Mountains in Beerwah you will find the very popular Australia Zoo. The zoo provides up close animal encounters, daily shows as well as many education and conservation programs. The Crocoseum and Birds of Prey Show are a highlight along with the Tiger Temple and Bindi’s Island. Be prepared for some serious wildlife action on your day trip from Noosa Heads. Australia Zoo is open every day except Christmas Day so it is the perfect day trip from Noosa Heads. If you don’t have your own car there are bus connections and organised day trips to he Australia Zoo. It is also very easy to organise car hire from Noosa Heads.
2. Ginger Factory
The Ginger factory is only 30 minutes drive from Noosa Heads, just off the Bruce Highway at Yandina and is a very popular tourist destination with children and adults alike. Enjoy educational tours, fun rides, great shopping facilities and a fantastic cafe featuring modern Australian cuisine. From the largest range of the world’s finest ginger products to tranquil gardens and walks, there is so much to discover, taste, see and do.
Highlights of your visit could include a ride on The Ginger Train, a tour through the factory, an up close encounter with the beekeeper or a visit to the ice creamery. The ginger factory is open all year round and is undoubtedly a great day trip from Noosa.
3. Underwater World
No trip to Noosa Heads is complete without a day trip visiting Underwater World at Mooloolaba! Less than 40 minutes drive from Noosa and situated at Mooloolaba Wharf, Underwater World is home to thousands of animals, including sharks, seals, turtles, stingrays, otters, sawfish, tropical fish and much, much more. As one of the Sunshine Coast’s leading family and tourist attractions, Underwater World offers entertainment for young and old alike.
Walk underwater through the glass viewing tunnel and see Australia’s marine life like never before! Come within inches of huge sharks, rays and turtles and see some of the remarkable marine and freshwater animals that Australia is famous for. A popular activity is Showtime at Seal Island where visitors learn about the seals and have the opportunity to get up close and personal with them –some lucky visitors even getting a kiss from a seal. Open every day except Christmas day it is easy to spend a whole day at Underwater World. This activity is well worth the day trip from Noosa Heads.
4. Learn to Stand Up Paddle /Surf
With its pristine waterways spanning endless kilometers of rivers, protected bays and surf points, Noosa really is the perfect location to learn to Stand Up Paddle. Add to this year round gorgeous weather, a laid back vibe and beautiful natural surroundings and you will discover there really is no better place in the world to try this fun ( and addictive ) sport! The magic moment of gliding across the ocean in Noosa is the ultimate stimulation. It’s a live now in the moment, relaxation and exhilaration activity combined.
Sitting beyond the break waiting for that next wave offers time for contemplation. Stand-up Paddle surfing or, SUP-ing is believed to have originated from Hawaii in the 1950s.
The Beach Boys of Waikiki would stand on their long boards and paddle out with outrigger paddles to take photographs of the tourists learning to surf. Noosa Heads is the perfect location to learn to do this activity. You can gain your confidence on the relative calm of the Noosa River before venturing out into the surf zones, all within a few minutes of Noosa Heads.
5. Horse Riding on North Shore
Riding along the beach on Noosa’s beautiful North Shore has been described as exhilarating, breathtaking, liberating and a must do experience while visiting Noosa Heads. Rides cater for all levels of ability so if you have never ridden before it doesn’t matter. The location on Noosa’s North Shore is simply stunning. The horses love it and you will too. Riding experiences range from a short 1 hour ride to overnight adventures.
Whatever your taste and ability there will be something to suit you. The feel of the wind in your hair and the waves lapping at your feet will be worth the effort of organising this very exciting day trip, all just across the river from Noosa Heads,
6. Eumundi Markets
Just over 20 minutes drive from Noosa Heads at Eumundi you will find one of Australia’s premier artisan markets. A day visit to the Eumundi Markets is perfect if you’re looking for something different, something handmade or something special.
You’ll find original artworks, sculptures, furniture, handmade toys, home wares, and skincare, as well as cutting edge fashion and jewellery by local designers. If you’re a foodie, you’ll especially love the wealth of fresh produce – including fresh fruit and vegetables, freshly baked breads, locally made cheeses and yoghurts. There’s plenty of local talent to keep you entertained, with world-music sounds, country tunes and tribal rhythms. You can also have your palm read or indulge in a vast array of services offered by our many health and wellbeing practitioners.
The markets are open Saturdays 7am – 2pm and Wednesdays 8am – 1.30pm. In addition there are night markets usually on a Friday between 5.00 and 9.00pm. The markets also offer school holiday activities so it is worth checking out their website for up to date information and times before you visit.
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The wonderful thing about holidaying in Queensland is the relaxed lifestyle you experience and Noosa Heads is no exception.
Nestled between the National Park and the mouth of the Noosa River, Noosa Heads is the ideal destination for families wishing to soak up the sun and enjoy some quality time together. There is an abundance of family activities available in Noosa so there is no chance the children will get bored.
The family will have a wonderful time exploring the beaches, the Noosa National Park, the Noosa River and Wetlands and participating in all the water activities on offer. There are also many other attractions for the family to enjoy just a short drive from Noosa Heads.
See Day Trips and Day Tours from Noosa
To really enjoy your family holiday it is ideal to stay somewhere in close proximity to all the things you want to explore and preferably somewhere that has lots of facilities and amenities at your fingertips. That way you don’t always have to pile into the car every time you want to do something. Noosa Heads has a tremendous amount of family accommodation to choose from, all within a very short distance to the beach, shops and restaurant precinct. Most families choose to rent out a self contained apartment in a resort that offers lots of facilities for the whole family to enjoy. An excellent pool is a must to enable the children to burn off some energy and is great for those family members wishing to keep up their exercise routine. A gym is also ideal although not absolutely necessary in Noosa. There are so many beautiful walking trails and boardwalks for you to explore, you will be able to burn away the calories while taking in the scenery making you feel invigorated and relaxed at the same time.
When choosing your family accommodation in Noosa it is also a good idea to check out what other facilities are available to your apartment. Spas and saunas are a popular choice as are swimming pools and a games room. Many hotels offer babysitting services which allow Mum and Dad to have a little time out from the family and spend some quality time with each other.
When choosing an apartment for the family to enjoy, you definitely want to choose something that is self contained and has all the modern conveniences such as a microwave, full sized refrigerator and DVD player. Foxtel would be an added bonus for the times when you don’t feel like heading outdoors.
Having good cooking facilities and laundry facilities included in your apartment make your Noosa holiday so much more enjoyable and affordable. Although there are excellent restaurants just a short stroll away, sometimes it is more convenient to have the option of eating in and enjoying the view from your apartment. Another great facility to look out for is BBQ’s that are available to guests. Not only does the iconic BBQ provide an economical and low fuss meal option for dinner or lunch, it also provides the perfect opportunity to mingle with the other guests and make new friends. For many families once they find the right apartment and resort, they keep coming back year after year. It makes perfect sense.
When planning your next family holiday definitely check out Noosa Heads and all the wonderful accommodation on offer. The stunning views and relaxed lifestyle are
beckoning. Noosa is the perfect place for your next family holiday.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Noosa Heads is one of the most beautiful places in Australia and provides a gateway to explore so many other areas. To the north are some of the most stunning beaches in Australia, extending all the way up to Rainbow Beach and Fraser Island.
You can actually drive your 4WD along the beach all the way to the Sandy Cape of Fraser Island, starting your day trip just across the river from Noosa Heads at Tewantin. If you don’t have your own 4WD there are numerous tours that pick up from Noosa.
To the south you have the entire Sunshine Coast to explore all the way down to Coloundra. Heading inland to the west you will find the beautiful Hinterland and if you head East onto the water, unlimited water sports are available to you. Noosa Heads really is the perfect home away from home to base your holiday.
Nature tours and day trips from Noosa Heads.
1. Fraser Island Day Tour
To access Fraser Island and really explore the area you need to travel by 4WD. Noosa is spoilt for choice with a number of tour companies offering 4WD tours from Noosa Heads to Fraser Island.
Fraser Island itself is a wonderful destination with unspoilt rainforest, beautiful inland lakes and beaches that stretch for kilometres. Many people use Hervey Bay as their gateway to Fraser Island and don’t realise that by doing this they are missing out on some of the most stunning scenery Queensland has to offer.
The drive along the beach from Tewantin to Rainbow Beach is stunning and the coloured sands of Teewah Beach are absolutely beautiful. By using Noosa Heads as your departure point for Fraser Island you will enjoy the beautiful Teewah Beach, Rainbow Beach, double Island Point and Fraser Island all in the one tour. All areas are part of The Great Sandy National Park.
2. Walk through Noosa National Park
Noosa National Park encompasses an area of more than 4,000 hectares, including sections surrounding Lake Weyba, Peregian and Coolum. Noosa National Park is extremely important for nature conservation and is home to several rare and threatened species. Noosa National Park is a popular attraction loved by locals and tourists alike.
Noosa National Park is one of the easiest to access by foot from local areas. Explore kilometres of walking tracks of all grades from wheelchair accessible, easy walking to medium level sandy tracks. No trip to Noosa is complete without a sightseeing trip to Noosa National Park for a day.
3. Sunset Cruise on Noosa River
A popular activity in Noosa Heads is a cruise along the Noosa River with its hidden waterways and canals. A sunset cruise is particularly special as you watch the river come to life, listening to the sounds of nature and the water lapping at your feet. Add into the mix a relaxing drink and a few nibbles and you have the recipe for a perfect evening. A sunset river cruise in Noosa Heads is an idyllic finish to your sightseeing day.
4. Everglades Cruise
Another very popular day trip from Noosa Heads is an everglades cruise. Travelling up the Noosa River and then into the attraction of the everglades themselves, visitors will enjoy the variety of flora and fauna and abundance of bird life on offer. The whole area is a lush wilderness and a photographers dream. Tours to the everglades usually include a stop at Harry’s Hut, a BBQ lunch or afternoon tea and the option to go canoeing into the more intricate waterways. The reflections and tannins in the water are beautiful. This wetland area is easily accessed from Noosa Heads and is the perfect way to immerse yourself in nature.
5. Hire a car up to the Sunshine Coast Hinterland – Maleny / Montville /Mapleton
The perfect day trip just a short drive inland from Noosa Heads will lead you up into the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Here you will find the delightful villages of Maleny, Montville and Mapleton. As you wind your way through the hinterland you will most likely find yourself feeling naturally rejuvenated, calm and content as the charm of the forests and laneways embrace you. There are many scenic walking tracks for you to explore the natural beauty of the hinterland.
There’s a natural appeal about Maleny that will captivate you when you come for a day visit. Gorgeous green, rolling hills are blended with pockets of remnant rainforest alongside breathtaking views of the Glass House Mountains, creating an exceptionally pretty holiday destination and spectacular sightseeing.
Montville shares elements of its surrounding hinterland villages, like Maleny and Mapleton, but has a character all its own, with its quaint European architecture. First settled in 1887, it has grown into a thriving shopping village with a wonderful array of quality art galleries, stylish cafes and restaurants, gift shops and beautiful fashion stores, set in the picturesque surroundings of a shady tree-lined street with incredible views all the way down to the coast.
Mapleton is a small and sweet hinterland village with soaring views stretching across the coastal plains and down to the ocean on one side, and dense subtropical rainforest blanketing the other. In Mapleton Forest Reserve and Mapleton Falls National Park, you’ll feel lost inside a land before time, as you walk among lush piccabeen palm groves, grandiose bunya pines and tall blackbutt forests. This is a true paradise for hikers, mountain bikers and birdwatchers.
If you don’t have your own car it is very easy to Hire a car in Noosa heads and take a day trip up to the very popular attraction of The Sunshine Coast Hinterland.
Can you believe holidays are almost here?
Well, what a year so far! Time is flying by here in Noosa and it’s difficult to believe we are almost one month into Autumn. Not that anyone has told they weather that! Noosa is still hitting a steamy 30 degrees here most days, the streets are bustling with tourists in their swimmers, the ocean is a sparkling aqua blue and the evenings are still beautifully balmy. Noosa’s seemingly endless summer is enticing tourists from the far reaches of the globe to enjoy our pristine beaches, stunning National Park, tantalising restaurants and boutique shopping.
Noosa’s bursting event calendar is in full swing with early March bringing the Noosa Festival of Surfing , and coming up in May we have Ultraman Australia, Noosa International Food & Wine Festival, Noosa Ultimate Sports Festival and the Australian Body Art Festival! Have you booked in for these events yet?
Sunshine Coast Holidays
Not many sleeps now until your holidays break, and Noosa Crest still has some apartments available during the Easter School Holidays which go from 2-20 April 2015. Phone Reception today on 1800 631 413 or click here to view our availability and book instantly. Mention this blog and receive a $50 resort voucher to spend during you stay.
What’s New in Noosa?
Have you tried some of Noosa’s newest restaurants? Betty’s Burgers opened late last year and is a massive hit with locals and tourists. Most burgers are only $10 and you can buy beer, wine, ciders and soft drinks. Be sure to try their famed ‘concrete’ and yummy mix ins while you’re there. We recommend the Pork Belly and Shroom burgers and a spiked concrete to top it off! Think we sound crazy? Check out Betty’s Burgers open 10am-10pm 7 days, at 2/50 Hastings Street and you’ll be hooked like we are!
Locale Noosa’s newest Italian restaurant opened just over a year ago now, but boy is it something special! Be sure to book a table for dinner as this stylish establishment books out fast, and for good reason! Open daily from 12 noon you can enjoy lunch, or their bar menu during the afternoon, or their amazing dinner and dessert options. With dishes like squid ink risotto with Mooloolaba king prawns seared cuttlefish, lemon and chilli, or milk-fed lamb fillet with red and yellow peppers, eggplant, crispy garlic and other delicious ingredients, it’s tough to choose what we liked the best! We recommend all of it! Located at 62 Hastings Street, Locale is a must try for all the foodie’s out there.
How good does Pilates or Yoga by the sea sound?! Well from April 4 Pilates by the Sea is introducing new SUP and kayak Yoga classes! If you attend the Feel Good Friday classes throughout March fees will be going to the Red Cross Vanuatu Disaster Relief Appeal to help the victims of Tropical Cyclone Pam, and donations from the April 10 class will be going to the Black Dog Institute for mental health awareness. Try and beat that for an awesome location for your morning yoga!
If you are getting ready for holidays, book your Noosa accommodation now at Noosa Crest and start counting down the days till the holidays are here.
Are you considering spending your vacation time in Noosa? You don’t need to go far to find the best accommodation in the area. If you are looking for lodging options to fit your lifestyle and you want access to the most popular destinations in Noosa, then look no further than Noosa Crest.
Guests at Noosa resorts know they can expect more than just nice views and comfortable lodgings. Noosa Crest meets and exceeds guest expectations with an exceptional location, ultra-luxurious accommodation, and extensive facilities for recreation and relaxation. Here are some of the most exciting features you’ll experience at Noosa Crest.
Self-Contained Apartments and Noosa Penthouses
Choose from 1, 2, or 3 bedroom fully self-contained Noosa holiday apartments. You’ll have access to gorgeous Laguna Bay or Noosa River views, and furniture to suit your independent holiday plans. You’ll have nothing to worry about for the duration of your stay. These apartments offer air conditioning, fully equipped kitchens, laundry facilities, linens, private balconies, keycard access, and covered parking. If Noosa penthouses are more your style, then rest assured that you can experience features such as a private rooftop entertaining area with BBQ setups and your own personal heated spa. These penthouses are air-conditioned year-round and offer ocean views, spacious living areas, and a private sundeck. Have you ever experienced the luxury granted by premium Noosa penthouses? These top-of-the-line offerings are private but spacious, and include modern furnishings, panoramic ocean views, rooftop entertaining, and private heated pools.
Noosa Resort Facilities
Noosa Crest facilities are unparalleled. At Noosa resorts, you will find amenities such as pools, sundecks, beautiful grounds, and recreation options to keep you occupied and satisfied. If you’re looking for an activity to keep you active and engaged, take a trip to Noosa Crest’s full-size tennis court, floodlit to provide you recreation options at any hour. These courts are equipped to satisfy athletic guests and casual players alike. Noosa accommodation are located close to some of the most exciting activities in the area, but you may find yourself feeling worn out from the day’s adventures as evening begins to fall. When it’s time to relax and unwind, head for one of Noosa Crest’s pool, spa, or sauna options and wash your cares away.
Whether you’re enjoying the heating personal pools offered by Noosa penthouses or simply taking a quick dip with friends in a Noosa Crest pool, you’ll emerge refreshed, renewed, and ready for your next Noosa adventure. Meanwhile, if winter weather is spoiling your good mood, never fear – Noosa Crest has a warm heated pool ready for your arrival. Noosa Crest offers guests two sundecks complete with BBQs and sun lounges. As a guest, you’ll enjoy landscaped gardens that immerse you in Noosa’s stunning natural territory. Noosa Crest has even established its own private rainforest boardwalk, giving you exclusive access to walkways bursting with beautiful natural scenery.
Whether you want to experience total relaxation or natural immersion, your Noosa accommodation can put every possible convenience and luxury at your fingertips.
Noosa holiday accommodation can offer visitors access to some of the most breathtakingly pristine natural destinations in the world. From your Noosa resort you can get up-close-and-personal access to some of the most incredible sights and sounds around Noosa Crest, recently renovated to bring you beautiful panoramic views and easy access to beaches and natural wonders. If you’re looking for self-contained apartments, Noosa Crest offers a selection of 1, 2, 3, or 4 bedroom lodgings. There are even Noosa penthouses to enjoy for those who want to spend their holiday in luxury. Whether you plan to bring the kids along or you’re planning a romantic holiday for two, there is a comfortable spot where you can make yourself at home. Meanwhile, you can start planning some incredible day trips to enjoy during your stay. Our recommendation? If you plan to immerse yourself in natural beauty while enjoying your Noosa accommodation, you can’t miss Fraser Island, one of the most popular destinations in the area. Fraser Island is an unforgettable destination for sightseers and thrill-seekers alike.
What Is Fraser Island?
Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world. This destination is ranked alongside the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru National Park as a World Heritage site. A precious Australian landmark, Fraser Island has been painstakingly kept pristine and free of human interference over the decades. From your Noosa holiday accommodation, you have easy access this largely untouched natural landscape. It’s a simple feat to see Fraser Island’s spectacular scenery for yourself!
What Can I see At Fraser Island?
As you make your way from your Noosa accommodation to Fraser Island, you’ll see vast stretches of sandy white beaches, punctuated by immaculate sandy cliffs. Over a hundred freshwater lakes dot the landscape, with lush rainforests concealing crystal clear natural creeks and waterways.
In the spring and summer months, you’ll marvel at Fraser Island’s eye-opening assortment of wildflowers, but at any time of year you can see the Fraser Island wetlands, which stretch across the Great Sandy Strait separating the island from the mainland. The Strait’s rare ferns, mangroves, and seagrasses are home to tens of thousands of shorebirds as well as turtles and butterflies. There are over 350 species in total that call Fraser Island home, including wallabies, possums, dingoes, and dolphins. What will you see on your Fraser Island excursion?
What Can I Do On Fraser Island?
There are countless ways to experience the natural majesty of Fraser Island. Noosa resorts make it easy to reach the island by four-wheeler. However, you can also make your way through the area using local boardwalks, or rough it on hiking trails that vary in length and difficulty.
If you’re willing to pull yourself away from the comfort of your Noosa resort, you can even settle in for the night. Pick up a camping permit and spend your evening under the stars at one of Fraser Island’s campsites.
Where Should I Stay To See Fraser Island?
If you want to experience Fraser Island for yourself, Noosa Crest offers convenient local Noosa accommodation. You’ll be lodged a stone’s throw away from some of the most majestic natural landscapes in the world. And when you’re finished enjoying Fraser Island’s breathtaking natural sights, enjoy some time relaxing by the pool, spa indulgence, or a cosy sunset BBQ with friends and family at your Noosa holiday resort.
Noosa is a popular destination for Australian and international athletes – and for good reason. Noosa resorts offer travellers access to some of the best golfing, hiking, biking, and surfing opportunities in Australia. If you’re looking for athlete-friendly serviced apartments, Noosa Crest caters to golfers and athletes of all experience levels, giving visitors the opportunities to stay, play, and unwind in comfort and ease.
Golf in Noosa
There are several pristine golf courses just a short distance away from Noosa accommodation. Cooroy Golf Club is located on Noosa’s outskirts, offering an easy walking 18-hole course that is open to players of all ages and experience levels. The laid back atmosphere and scenic hinterland location makes Cooroy Golf Club a top destination for golfers. Meanwhile, Tewantin-Noosa Golf Club is an 18-hole championship golf course that’s located just minutes away from the luxury apartments Noosa Crest offers to travellers. If you want to unwind after a golfing outing with the whole family, be sure to take a trip to Top Shots Fun Park as well, which offers two 18-hole mini golf courses in addition to bumper boats, indoor rock climbing, and waterslides.
The Noosa Triathalon
The end of October signals the start of the spectacular Noosa Triathalon, the largest event of its kind in Australia. An annual must-see since 1983, the Noosa Triathalon is a world-class multi-sport event that draws competitors and crowds from all corners of the globe. Of course, if a less intensive physical pursuit is to your liking, you can also enrol in the Endura Run Swim Run, which is open to participants of all ages and experience levels.
The Noosa Festival of Surfing
In March, travellers book Noosa hotel accommodation in droves to kick off another Festival of Surfing, which draws some of the best longboard competitors in the world to Noosa’s First Point beach. See professional male and female surfing teams compete, enter into an amateur surf-off, enjoy live music, and experience the breathtaking First Point shoreline first hand.
Noosa: A Hiker’s Delight
Noosa National Park is a spectacular destination for serious hikers, offering mild to moderate trails, picturesque beaches, wildlife sightings, and much more. Noosa National Park is a great choice for the hiker who plans to spend time taking in the natural sights, from rainforests and woodlands to coastlines and open seas. Mooloolah River National Park boasts a protected region of wetlands and coastal ecosystems. Mooloolah is a great option for hikers who want an invigorating experience: trails tend to branch off into rough, diverse topographies that will challenge and satisfy Noosa resort residents that are thirsting for adventure.
Unwind In Comfort
When you’re finished golfing, surfing, and swimming your way through Noosa, come home to a luxurious Noosa holiday resort to end your day in style. If you’re looking for all-inclusive accommodations, Noosa Crest offers your choice of 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bedroom apartments or lavish Noosa penthouses. Congratulate yourself on the athletic accomplishments of the day with a family BBQ or relaxing swim at your Noosa resort accommodation.
There are many reasons visitors choose Noosa Crest for their Noosa holiday accommodation. This incredible spot offers guests access to some of the most stunning sights in the area, giving visitors panoramic views, spacious accommodation, and an unparalleled location. With luxurious pools and saunas to memorable day trips added into the mix, a Noosa accommodation can offer visitors a stimulating, rejuvenating, and unforgettable getaway. If you’re looking for a perfect destination for a quick trip or an extended holiday, look no further than Noosa resorts.
Choose From A Massive Selection of Activities
From your Noosa accommodation, you can plan a romantic, memorable getaway for two or you can gather a group together to refresh and recharge as you shop, sightsee, and explore. No matter how you plan to spend your time, and who you plan to spend it with, there is plenty to do and to see while you are enjoying your stay.
Making Time For Family
Ordinary family holidays might leave you scrambling for ways to entertain the kids, but a trip to Noosa means day trip adventures and sightseeing excursions that will leave your days packed full of excitement and fun. Noosa family accommodations are located close to some of the biggest attractions in the area.
If you are looking for a way to keep the kids entertained on their extended school holidays, Noosa resorts offer family trip-planning made simple. All the excitement and fun your kids could ask for can be found in one location. No more headaches as you struggle to keep the kids engaged — Noosa has it all.
Reconnect With Nature
Some of Noosa’s most prized assets are embedded within its breathtaking natural landscape. From wildlife spotting to scenic day trips and tours, Noosa accommodations offers visitors an opportunity to find solace and relaxation, rekindle a sense of adventure, and reconnect with the sights and sounds of lush, pristine natural habitats.
What Can I Do On My Noosa Holiday?
Ready to plan your trip? Noosa holiday accommodations offer easy access to many memorable destinations.
Located in Great Sandy National Park, the Noosa Everglades region is an ancient network of waterways that has remained virtually undisturbed for centuries. Explore the Noosa Biosphere, which includes limitless acres of land and ocean that will take your breath away. Walk, camp, bike, tour, boat, kayak, or canoe your way through this spectacular Noosa attraction.
Noosa’s Eumundi Markets take place every Wednesday and Saturday, rain or shine. These markets are bursting with colourful local crafts and offerings, from original artwork to toys, household wares, and utterly unique pieces of handmade jewellery. Try some of the local paella and hand-churned cheeses and yoghurts, or enjoy live entertainment in the market centre.
Stand Up Paddleboarding
If you want to see Noosa’s waterways from an eye-opening new perspective, upgrade your getaway by learning to surf on a stand-up paddleboard. Noosa waterfront accommodations offer you access to some of the most unique ways to witness local sights, from relaxing sunset paddle trips to daring dawn adventures through the Noosa waterways.
For more information on Noosa resorts, call 1 800 631 413 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. More details are available at www.noosacrest.com.au.
Noosa accommodations allow travellers convenient access to some of the most popular hotspots on the Noosa River area. Whether you’re looking for fine dining, shopping, or day trips to scenic natural locations, Noosa penthouses and apartments are the most effective way to experience all that Noosa has to offer. As you enjoy local Noosa resorts, here’s how you can stay, play, relax, and indulge during your Noosa River getaway.
Noosa resorts put travellers just minutes away from Noosaville, a bustling town that boasts luxury shopping, local cuisine, and memorable sights. Enjoy a draught at one of Noosaville’s waterfront bars, enjoy flame-kissed flavours, or plan a picnic in a scenic local park. There is plenty to do and see.
If you’re a food lover who wants to make the most of your Noosa holiday, enjoy easy access to Gympie Terrace. A must-visit location for foodies, Gympie Terrace offers a wide selection of eateries, bars, and bistros. Maisie’s is a top destination for seafood and steak lovers. This comfortable establishment includes beautiful views of Noosa River, expansive food selections, and a BYOB option so you can pair your favourite wines with the restaurant’s perfectly prepared entrees. Enjoy the fire-grilled flavour of Churrasco cuisine at Samba Grill, a Gympie Terrace destination that’s frequented by guests enjoying their Noosa accommodation. These carnivorous Brazilian-style delicacies are carved tableside. Looking for a casual dining experience? Enjoy smoothies, coffee, homemade cakes, and light bites at Moondoggy’s. This Gympie Terrace staple is one of the most friendly and accessible eateries in town.
Thomas Street offers culinary options for every taste. Try the Thomas Corner Eatery, an informal dining spot that prides itself on being welcoming and inclusive. No frills here – just intelligent, spontaneous, and well-cooked food. Try the Hervey Bay scallops or the delectable ham hock pappardelle for a taste of something different.Meanwhile, if you’re looking for a quick but tantalizing taste of local flavour, head to The Burger Bar. These burgers are hand prepared with tempting extras from house-made tomato sauce to garlic chili mayo and spicy jalapeno relish.
When it comes to experiencing the majestic Noosa River, Noosaville offers something for everyone. See the Noosa River like never before by boarding a ferry with your family, or brave the waters in a kayak and immerse yourself in natural beauty. Take a pontoon boat ride with friends and enjoy a whole day on Noosa River, then relax with cold drinks at a waterfront bar or café.
Planning a romantic getaway to a Noosa resort? You can even add a gondola ride to your itinerary and spend the afternoon drifting peacefully along the river. Or if you have the whole family in tow, you can gather them together for an unforgettable sunset – pick up fresh, unique local delicacies, from fish and chips to rose petal ice cream, and watch the sun sink from your perch on the riverside.
If you’re looking for convenient serviced apartments, Noosa Crest boats 1, 2, 3, and 4-bedroom accommodation with all the amenities you’ll need to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the Noosa River district. Your Noosa riverfront accommodation will give you access to recreation options, scenic landscapes, unique eateries, Noosa River hotspots, and much more.
If you’re staying in Noosa holiday accommodation, chances are you’re interested in seeing some of the spectacular natural beauty that brings national and international visitors to Noosa year after year. Noosa resorts are nestled just beside Noosa National Park, a stunning and expansive protected space that offers much to do and see while you are in the area, from dolphin and whale sightings to rainforest trails and picturesque coastlines available for hiking and relaxation.
This national park is one of the most beloved natural destinations on the continent for good reason. Whether you’re enjoying a more casual Noosa holiday accommodation or luxury apartments, this spot makes for an unforgettable addition to your trip. Noosa resort visitors are offered memorable interactions with a diverse natural environment that boasts numerous endangered species and that is home to conservation efforts to protect the exotic native flora and fauna. There are numerous fascinating natural features you can expect to find at Noosa National Park.
Noosa National Park offers Noosa accommodation travellers access to some of the most well-preserved natural coastlines on Earth. Head to Noosa Heads to experience the Park’s scenic headland, then make your way down to the gorgeous plains and natural dunes of Lake Weyba. Your next stop is the low coastal territory that takes you south as far as Coolum Beach. As you make your way through the park, you’ll enjoy views of sandy beaches, natural vegetation, and clear blue waters.
Noosa National Park is one of the best local destinations for spotting wildlife. Endangered species that make the park their home include the red goshawk, the glossy black cockatoo, the koala, and the ground parrot. Look out for rare swamp orchids dotting your trail.
Noosa resort visitors have spotted lace monitors and honeyeaters on the park grounds. Look out for turtles and dolphins at Dolphin Point, or watch for humpback whale sightings from June through to November.
A Noose National Park hiking trail will take you by Alexandria Bay, a beautiful destination for a daylong excursion. Clothes are optional at this hotspot – just be sure to bring plenty of sun protection supplies and water to keep hydrated and safe from the sun’s rays. The Alexandria Beach Carnival draws over 400 local residents and tourists to Noosa National Park annually, offering sports, fun, and plenty of sun.
Noosa National Park recently added new access options for travellers making their way to Granite Bay. But watch out – at high tide, you’ll see the beach almost completely swallowed by rising waters! See Noosa’s natural wonders at work in this secluded hiding spot.
Tea Tree Bay
Tea Tree Bay offers all the coastal scenery a Noosa accommodation traveller could ask for. But the bay also has another convenient feature: it is located just moments away from Hastings Street, where fine shopping, dining, and recreation can be found in droves.
Noosa accommodations offer access to beautiful natural trails, exotic wildlife sightings, lush rainforests, endless coastlines, and much more, but you can also find the comfort and luxury you need after a long day out enjoying everything nature has to offer. If you’re tuckered out after a long day of hiking, let Noosa penthouses bring you a little much-needed pampering. You’ll spend your evening enjoying spa services and an outdoor BBQ at your Noosa luxury accommodation.