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Don’t miss this ultimate guide to the best things to do in Noosa in Queensland, Australia!
Located on the pristine and picture-perfect East Coast of Australia, Noosa is home to some incredible places.
The Sunshine Coast is just north of Brisbane and houses tons of amazing towns along the way, Noosa being one of the most visited in the region.
This world-class surfing destination is also known for the stunning Noosa National Park, the winding and intricate Noosa River, and gorgeous beaches like Sunshine Beach, Rainbow Beach and Noosa Main Beach.
With its year-round warm temperatures, and very low quantity of rainy days, Noosa boasts of the best climates in the country.
It’s also a cultural hub of Queensland, with farmers markets selling local produce, cafes, and live music constantly entertaining locals and travelers alike.
The list of things to do in Noosa is absolutely endless. But don’t let that keep you from exploring one of Australia’s most gorgeous places.
Check out this list of 19 amazing things to do in Noosa on the Sunshine Coast.
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19 Amazing Things To Do In Noosa
Noosa is the perfect getaway for everyone – whether you’re there to hike every mile of the Noosa National Park, browse farmers markets, try water sports near some of Queensland’s best beaches, canoe through the Noosa Everglades, or grab a drink at Noosa’s only brewery.
There are a few small towns and communities that make up the entire area, with Noosa Heads being the main town. Lots of top attractions in the area will be located in Noosa Heads.
Sunshine Beach and Rainbow Beach are the other main beach towns located just south of Noosa Heads. And with the Sunshine Coast Hinterland just inland, there is even more exploring ready to be done. Let’s get started on the list!
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1) Explore Noosa National Park
One of the top things to do in Noosa and an absolute must-do is to visit Noosa National Park.
Noosa National Park stretches over 4000 hectares and is split into four different sections: Emu Mountain Section, The East Weyba Section, Headland Section and Peregian Section.
There are tons of walking tracks for you to explore within Noosa National Park and all with a range of distance and difficulties.
Check out the Boiling Pot trail and walk along until Tea Tree Bay for gorgeous beach views.
Dolphin Point may bring you incredible views in addition to a great spot to watch for whales and dolphins (from June to November).
For elevated views and a bit more of a challenge, head for Tanglewood Walk, Emu Mountain or The Hawkea Walk, all of which will give you breathtaking views of the Sunshine Coast hinterland.
Or walk along the eastern side of the park, passing sights like Lion’s Rock, Devil’s Kitchen, and Paradise Caves. Just south of this walking track lies Sunshine Beach, so you can head there after hiking.
While you’re exploring Noosa National Park, keep your eyes peeled for the local fauna like Koalas, dolphins and whales who take up home in the area. Visit the official Queensland parks website for more info about Noosa National Park.
2) Get a Dose of Vitamin C
The Big Pineapple is an iconic Noosa Attraction, and possibly one of the most touristy.
Located at Nambour connection road, this roadside attraction is the perfect spot for a photo op and to stretch your legs.
Known previously as The Sunshine Plantation, this was a family-owned and operated pineapple farm.
In the early 1970s, the Sunshine plantation was a classic Australian destination for families on road trips along the Sunshine Coast or heading South towards Brisbane.
The location was closed some years later and reopened under new ownership that wanted to add to the site and create more of an attraction.
Now the Big Pineapple is also home to a lovely cafe, a souvenir shop, a train ride for children, rainforest walks, and a small zoo on site.
Visiting the Pineapple is free and visitors can even climb to the top of the giant yellow citrus fruit.
Over the years the site has also been used for live music festivals and events such as The Big Pineapple Music Festival.
Stop, take a selfie with the pineapple and relive some of Noosa’s iconic history.
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3) Peruse the Eumundi Markets
Running twice a week since 1979, Eumundi markets are a staple event in Noosa.
On Wednesday and Saturdays, you’ll be able to stroll through the market stalls from local artisans, crafters, farmers and food stalls too. This is a great place to purchase fresh produce if you plan on cooking during your stay.
Stop by the Art in Clay by Kiki stall to see incredible handmade pottery by a local artist.
Grab a fabulous coffee at Bean and Gone, a smoothie bowl from Flavours of Brazil or maybe stop in for lunch at Nimo’s Schnitzels.
You’ll find beautiful hand-blown glass jewellery, stunning accessories from Ecoluxe, items from Nedz Sandals and so much more.
If you’re looking to spend a bit more time relaxing than shopping or eating, or maybe you need to relax after doing all of that, be sure to stop into David’s Divine Expressions for a massage.
Or pick up some locally made soaps from Oska and Willow to bring home with you.
There is also often live music and events here, especially during the Christmas holiday season.
If you’re looking to explore Noosa Markets closer to town, Noosa Farmers Market is a local alternative. Located right in Noosa Heads, Noosa Farmers Market is full of local produce and handmade goods.
Noosa Marina Markets are also great if you want to pick up some fresh seafood. With 3 amazing options for Noosa markets, you can’t go wrong.
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4) Learn to Surf
When it comes to world-class surfing Noosa definitely takes one of the top spots in that category.
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or want to test it out for the first time there are wave breaks for everyone.
Noosa Main Beach is a great spot for lessons and beginner surfers to get a feel for their surf legs. It’s also a stunning white sand beach, so get some nice photos and relax on the sand after surfing.
You’ll find a fair few different outfitters offering lessons, but best to take lessons from local instructors who know these waters like the back of their hands.
If you’re a lover of longboard surfing then be sure to check out First Point by the Noosa Life Savers tower.
First Point is also a beautiful spot for photographers to catch a great view.
For more seasoned surfers, check out Nationals which is right next to the car park at the entrance of Noosa National Park.
While the surf isn’t known to get higher than 5 ft, big storms can bring big swell.
There are a lot of rocks here so it’s only recommended for the most seasoned surfers, and still with caution.
Sunshine Beach, located just outside Noosa Heads, is a good all-around surfing spot that caters to all levels.
Surfing is definitely one of the great things to do in Noosa. It allows you to get a different view of these beautiful beaches from out on your board, and it’s fun whether you’re a pro or a beginner.
5) Visit Hastings Street, the Heart of Noosa
Voted the best Main Street in all of Australia, Noosa’s Hastings Street is the heart and soul of the city.
Hastings Street is where you’ll find a ton of boutiques, cafes, restaurants, tour operators, live music, hotels everything you could ever need in Noosa.
With the added bonus of being a stone’s throw from the Noosa Main Beach, what more could you ever need? Hastings Street is the place to be.
Pick up some fresh local produce or snacks for a beachside picnic at the Noosa Farmers Market every Sunday morning.
Wander through the Noosa Regional Gallery where you’ll find art and photographs from locals in Noosa.
All of the restaurants and cafes in Noosa have a “snail of approval.”
This is the first in the program in Australia and notes that all participants with this approval provide ‘good, clean and fair food’ which is such a great thing.
Check out Nosh Express for tasty and fresh seafood dishes just steps away from the beach.
Stop into the classic Cafe the Monde which has been around for decades, treating customers to fresh delicious food with fresh produce and great coffee.
Or pop into Miss Moneypenny’s for a unique handcrafted cocktail in a decadent atmosphere.
Strolling along Noosa’s Hastings Street is such a great way to get a feel for the town on top of doing some real or window shopping.
6) Stop for Photo Ops at Laguna Lookout
Grab your camera and set off for the edge of Noosa Heads. On the top of Noosa Hill, you’ll find the beautiful Laguna Lookout.
This lookout is based on a large circular concrete platform right next to a small grassy hill that could be used to sit out and picnic on.
But there are not any benches or a seating area here.
From Laguna Lookout, you will be able to get sweeping views out over the town, the Noosa River, and out to sea.
This is the perfect spot to watch the sunset over the beach below and just absorb the natural beauty.
On the clearest of days, you’ll even be able to see all the way out to towards the Glasshouse Mountains.
If you’re unsure what exactly you’re looking at, be sure to make reference down to the cool dial set up at the lookout which indicates what you’re looking at in what direction.
7) A Bushwalk with a View
Mt.Tinbeerwah is just 15 minutes by car from Noosa and the perfect opportunity to tick bushwalking off your what to do in Noosa bucket list.
This is the perfect trail for those looking to get some incredible views with very little effort, or if you’re on a time crunch.
Within the Sunshine Coast hinterland, the views from the top of this trail are some of the most impressive around Noosa.
The first portion of the trail is paved, making it easily accessible for all including those who may be travelling with children in pushchairs.
The trail continues on and turns a bit rockier but still manageable as you head towards the summit.
Once you reach the top you’ll have panoramic views of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland in every direction
And if you want to get even higher continue on to the fire tower where you’ll be gifted with even better views.
For those who are experienced, have the right equipment and feel up for a challenge Mt Tinbeerwah is a great spot for rock climbing and abseiling, which will give you a whole new perspective on this location.
8) Walk in the Gardens
With over 8 hectares of ground, the Noosa Botanic Gardens are the perfect place to spend a day admiring the natural beauty of Queensland.
Open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week with free entry to all visitors there really is no excuse to miss out. The gardens are located directly behind Main Beach in the heart of Noosa Heads.
There is a beautiful outdoor stone amphitheatre that overlooks the water giving visitors sweeping views.
The gardens are split up into half a dozen sections to be enjoyed. Some of these include a subtropical plant section which also has several picnic areas to enjoy.
The Bush Chapel section has beautiful blooms of all kinds.
While Noosa Botanic Gardens may not be as large as some of the others around the Sunshine Coast, what it lacks in acreage it makes up for in charm.
Grab a blanket and a book and sit in the sunshine for a few hours. Stop in at a cafe and get a takeaway hot drink and peruse the ground on the cooler winter days.
And be sure to keep an eye out for special events and live music hosted here throughout the year to make your visit to the gardens even more magical.
If you’re super interested in botany, also consider checking out the massive Maleny Botanic Gardens while traveling near the Sunshine Coast.
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9) Find Magic at the Fairy Pools
One of the most amazing things to do in Noosa is to head off and find the Fairy Pools.
These are natural tidal rock pools created by waves eroding the basalt rock on the Noosa National Park coastline.
The waves break up against the rock filling these natural sea pools with water allowing swimmers the joy of soaking in the sea with little chance of being swept out.
That being said, it is recommended to keep an eye on the waves as the sea can change without notice.
The Fairy Pools are located near Granite Bay in the National Park, about 45 minutes from the parking lot one way.
Set out with lots of water, snacks, and sunscreen & wear good footwear as there are no facilities here and the trail is a little bit rocky.
Head out onto the Coastal track towards Hell’s Gate. Once reaching Hell’s Gate you’ll take the bend to your right, and will be off any trail.
So keep your eye out for people coming towards you as they are likely coming back from the pools.
There are just 2 Fairy Pools here so it can get quite crowded, especially during the holidays and weekends.
Also good to note that the water levels here will vary depending on the tide.
So if you really want to soak and relax, the morning low tide is what you’re after. But if you don’t mind a little wave action head out at high tide.
10) Go Off on the Great Beach Drive
One of the best things to do on the Sunshine Coast is take a day trip on The Great Beach Drive from Noosa.
Hop in the car with a cooler full of snacks and a great playlist and explore one of the most magical places in Australia.
Connecting The Gympie Region to the Sunshine Coast and Fraser Island, this road trip route starts near Noosa north shore and takes drivers along over 200km of coastline.
What makes this self-drive adventure a little different from similar routes around the country is that you can actually drive on the beach for most of this route.
Whether you own a 4-wheel drive or one you’ve hired one, you will be able to see the Sunshine Coast in a totally different way.
You’ll dodge motorway traffic, get a chance to see whales and dolphins (in the right season) and truly get off the beaten track.
Cooloola Beach to Double Island Point to Rainbow Beach is a popular place to start, as these spots are located just above Noosa North Shore.
There are plenty of hotels and hostels along the way, but also campgrounds if you want to immerse yourself in the great outdoors.
If you opt for this epic Sunshine Coast road trip, you can break it up into sections depending on how long you plan to be around Noosa.
Watch the sunrise over one beach and the sunset over another.
Take in the incredible views with very few other people around and marvel at the natural beauty that this stretch of the country has to offer.
Just drive from Noosa north shore to Rainbow Beach and back, or tackle the entire drive. Either way the views will be worth it.
11) Be Mystified by Mt Coolum
Less than a 30-minute drive from Noosa you’ll find the magnificent Mt. Coolum National Park.
If you don’t drive don’t worry, you can take the #620 bus from Noosa to the National Park as well.
Aboriginal stories claim that once a young warrior named Coolum entered into battle with another tribesman and was killed.
He was beheaded and his body became Mt Coolum and his head floated out to sea becoming Mudjimba Island. Quite the impressive story for quite an impressive place.
Mt Coolum is dome-shaped and at 208 meters above sea level giving those who reach the tops spectacular panoramic views of the Sunshine Coast.
The main trail here is just over 1.5km (one way) up a relatively steep track, which becomes incredibly slippery when wet.
It is advised to only take on this trail when the weather is dry as this trail can become dangerous with loose rock and slippery conditions in the rain.
The walk starts off in gorgeous forestland and the whole park is fantastic for some Noosa Sightseeing including bird-watching.
Whales have also been known to be spotted out at sea during the migration season too.
Keep on the track and watch the vegetation turn from a lush forest to short shrubs as you make your way to the summit.
The trail may be tough but the views of the surrounding Sunshine Coast are the best reward you could hope for.
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12) Get Out to The Noosa Everglades
Located in South East Queensland, the Noosa River system is broken into many different lakes and islands, eventually leading into the ocean.
Hidden within the Great Sandy National Park, you’ll find the Noosa Everglades
One of the top things to do in Noosa is to explore the natural beauty of the area by kayak or canoe.
The Noosa Everglades are a tropical wetland system and 1 of only 2 in the world and make up an incredibly diverse ecosystem housing 40% of Australia’s bird species.
While you can experience the Noosa Everglades by boat on the Noosa ferry, consider kayaking or canoeing in the calm waters to truly get an up-close experience.
With a few different tour operators running excursions to this part of Noosa you’ll be able to join in on a trip with a knowledgeable guide who will take you out into the Everglades while teaching you the basic skills for getting out on the Noosa River.
Stop by Harry’s hut for a swim and a picnic. Paddle in and out of the smaller islands that exist on Noosa River and get a real sense for just how beautiful the famous Noosa Everglades are.
13) Visit Land & Sea Brewery
Noosa’s first and original craft brewery offers an incredible range of locally crafted beers that are inspired by the gorgeous slice of paradise that is Noosa.
The brewery owners have committed to creating not only a beautiful welcoming space but also one that is eco-friendly.
They have installed 80 solar panels that power the entire brewhouse as well as setting up a water tank that feeds right into their own irrigation system.
This business is run by locals, supported by locals (and tourists), and uses local fresh ingredients in their brewhouse and their restaurant.
Tours last about 90 minutes and include a paddle (flight) of beers as well as spirits from the distillery owned by Land & Sea as well.
Operated by people with a passion for brewing and distilling, guests will be taken through all the processes it takes to create the beers or spirits we all love so much.
If a tour isn’t on your Noosa activities list then stop in and check out the shop for beers to takeaway or grab a flight and a snack in the restaurant.
They even have a fun dog menu so that no one is left out of the brewery experience!
14) Take on “A-Bay” Walk
On the eastern side of Noosa Heads and the national park lies the Alexandria Bay Walk.
Known also as A-Bay by the locals, the trail will take you about 3km one way along a gorgeous stretch of golden beach. It’s one of the best walking tracks in the park.
While mostly sandy, the Alexandria Bay Walk winds through beautiful eucalyptus forests, along the coastline, up and down along ridges past countless viewpoints to stop, relax and take photos.
The beach at Alexandria Bay is quite remote, and the perfect place to escape the potentially crowded beaches, especially during the holidays.
Pack enough water, food and sunscreen to get you through the day as the remoteness of this bay doesn’t bring any amenities with it.
This is a great break for surfers as well and you can drive up to Sunshine Beach and walk about 20 minutes down to the bay with your board.
Keep in mind there are no lifesaving towers here so be mindful of the sea.
15) Cruise Along the Noosa River
One of the most iconic things to do in Noosa is to set out on a cruise along the Noosa River.
No matter what your budget is or what sort of experience you’re looking for there are countless opportunities to get the experience of which you’re hoping.
The Noosa Ferry sails to 7 stops along the Noosa River and offers a wide variety of river cruises.
Set out on a daytime cruise along the Noosa River as the boat captain points out natural beauty, nearby islands, and local fauna hanging out in the Eucalyptus trees.
Or maybe you’re looking for a unique night out. Instead of taking to the bars or clubs in the town, set out for a night on the river with a sunset cruise.
Float down the Noosa River as you watch the sunset and see Noosa come to life as the skies change colours.
Sign up for a Noosa River lunch or dinner cruise on the Noosa Ferry to celebrate a special occasion or a fun daytime adventure.
Heading to Noosa for a birthday party, bachelor/bachelorette party or maybe just an end of school bash?
There are private charter cruises that can be hired out for you and only you to enjoy. Celebrate a milestone or just a regular Thursday evening, it’s totally up to you.
No matter what option you choose guests will be treated to stunning views from several different kinds of watercraft and truly get to experience the Noosa River in a fun way.
16) Do Backbends on the Beach
Picture this: the sun is rising over crystal clear waters, you’ll hear the sound of crashing waves and feel the sun on your face as you breathe deeply.
This is the incredible sensation you’ll get from doing yoga on Noosa Main beach.
With Noosa Beach Yoga you’ll be able to practice with them on the beach daily at 9:30 am.
No need to bring your own mat as they are provided by the instructors putting on the classes.
There is no need to be a professional yogi either, each class is aimed to help beginners and also caters to those who are a little bit more advanced.
All people of all ages are welcome to try these classes, and children are welcome to attend.
Start your Sunday morning with a relaxed practice in one of the most beautiful settings and end it all off with a post-yoga swim, and be sure to keep your eyes out for dolphins in the early morning surf.
If you find yourself up before the sun and don’t want to wait until the class starts why not just take your towel down to the beach and do a DIY flow practice on your own?
Or maybe you prefer sunset to sunrise, there are no set rules or times when it comes to yoga. Sometimes you just have to go with the flow.
In addition to Main Beach, other beautiful beaches to hit up for a solo yoga session include Sunshine Beach and Castaways Beach.
17) Take the Plunge
Fall in love with Noosa in a whole new way, by literally freefalling from a plane!
The team at Noosa Skydive have been doing this for years and have only the most experienced and knowledgeable crew to help you chuck yourself out of a perfectly good plane all in the spirit of fun.
Joking aside, a jump with Skydive Noosa is one of the best ways to get a totally new and fun take on this beautiful slice of the Sunshine Coast.
Choose from tandem skydives that will take up to 10,000 or 15,000 feet above Noosa and the surrounding Sunshine Coast or even a fabulous night jump from 10,000 feet.
You’ll freefall for an insane 60 seconds before you float for just under 10 minutes under your parachute while taking in the amazing views.
Whether you’re an “I want to skydive in every city in the world” kind of person or an “I’m terrified but this is cool, I hope I don’t blackout” kind of person the team at Noosa Skydive will cater to your every need and give you the best experience possible.
18) Trade in the Beach for the Lake
While it’s hard to find many people who would trade a beach day for anything else, if you want to slow things down a little bit then checking out Currimundi Lake on Noosa north shore.
Winner of the 2004 award for Queensland’s cleanest beach, this beautiful spot is perfect for a day playing in the water.
This natural lake is connected to a massive stretch of a surf beach near Noosa north shore so you have the best of both worlds.
Although the surf can be a bit rough for swimming on the beachside of Currumundi.
Pack a picnic, grab the lounge chairs, a good book and head out for the day.
If you have a kayak or a paddleboard this is a great place to take them out and try to do some fishing or bird watching from the water too.
Several trails run along the lakeside for those who may want a bit more activity in a day at the lake.
And with great facilities and lots of parking, it’s a great little escape from the hustle and bustle of the main beaches.
Lake Cooroibah is another lovely lake near Noosa North Shore that is close to town. So if you prefer fresh water over salt water, you have plenty of options.
19) Channel Your Inner Irwin at Australia Zoo
CRIKEY! Chances are if you grew up in the late ’80s/early ’90s you’ll know exactly who said that.
The man who possibly made that word iconic was none other than the late Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter.
He was a conservationist, animal activist and obsessed with the wildlife of the World.
Australia Zoo was opened by Steve Irwin’s parents and left to him after their passing.
The brilliant team of conservationists at the zoo pride themselves on having created a space for all sorts of different animals.
And on the 1,000-acre site, there is also a wildlife hospital that assists in the care and rehabilitation of animals who have been found injured in the wild.
The zoo itself is set up more like a home away from home for the animals and an educational centre for visitors.
It is broken up in sections that include: Africa, The Crocoseum, and Dinosaurs just to name a few.
Get a first-hand look at crocodile feedings, a bird of prey show, or set your sights on the koalas and kangaroos.
After 40 years and multiple awards won, the Irwin Family has created a safe space for not only their animals but for visitors to learn more about all sorts of creatures big and small.
Take a day trip here and experience real Australian history, wildlife, and culture.
Noosa Travel Guide
Now that you know what to do in Noosa, we want to help you make your other plans as well by sharing the best accommodations and places to eat in the area.
Best Accommodation – Where to Stay in Noosa
The list of what to do in Noosa varies almost as much as the accommodation does.
From beachfront villas overlooking the ocean to budget-friendly backpackers.
Whatever you’re looking for in terms of a place to lay your head after a day of Noosa sightseeing and no matter your budget you’ll find it and so much more.
The Best Hostel in Noosa – Flashpackers Noosa
Flashpackers Noosa in Sunshine Beach is a backpacker’s dream, all on a budget. Everything you’ve ever said you would want in a hostel, they offer.
2 pillows-check! Walking distance to Sunshine Beach? Check. A gorgeous swimming pool for when you just can’t make it to the beach? Check! Beautiful dorms & fabulous showers? Check and check!
On top of all of that Flashpackers Noosa hosts multiple events throughout the week including free wine and cheese nights, free sausage sizzle & a movie night!
So much for so little money, you’ll be wondering when you can go back and visit before you’ve even checked out.
Best Mid-Range Hotel in Noosa – Noosa International Resort
Located in the heart of Noosa Heads, just minutes from Noosa Main Beach and the vibrant buzz of Hastings Street you’ll find the Noosa International Resort.
This property boasts not only hotel rooms but resort apartment-style accommodations perfect for those looking for a little more space or even a big group travelling together.
Being a few minutes walk from the beach, Hastings Street, and Noosa National Park is ideal, but this property offers some fantastic bonuses to its guests.
The hotel has 2 pools, 3 spas, a steam room, and a fantastic staff standing by to book you in on any tour you have your eye on.
With views overlooking Noosa Heads, you’ll be hard-pressed to step foot offsite but the staff will urge you to take part in all the amazing Noosa activities on offer.
Best Luxury Hotel in Noosa – Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas
If you’re looking for a bit of luxury on your trip to the Sunshine Coast look no further than Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas.
This resort should be at the top of your list of what to do in Noosa for the views alone. Guests have the option to choose from resort-style accommodations or private villas onsite.
The resort-style option offers guests penthouse or apartment layouts with fully equipped kitchens and perfect for multiple people travelling together.
While the private villa option gives a little more privacy with the added features of a personal concierge, complimentary transfers into town and a multi-level layout.
On top of all of that guests can relax in the day spa, dine in the world-class VIEW restaurant and take in the views from the infinity pool overlooking Noosa.
Best Restaurants in Noosa
One of the best parts about travelling around Noosa is finding all the best places to eat!
All three of these recommendations are located right in downtown Noosa Heads, so you can walk to them from anywhere in the main town.
Budget – Halse Lodge
Halse Lodge, while part of the YHA Halse Lodge hostel in Noosa Heads, is also a restaurant open to the public.
Try the fish & chips with a cold pint on the side and soak in the atmosphere of this Queensland heritage building.
Mid-Range – Bistro C
Soak up the view of Noosa’s Laguna Bay while enjoying a meal at Bistro C, located right on Hastings Street.
With a menu inspired and packed with local fresh produce from around the country and the state.
With extensive options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a brilliant cocktail list to match.
Luxury – SAILS
Also located on Hastings Street, with a view of Noosa Main Beach, is the divine SAILS Noosa. A staple in the Noosa food scene since they opened the doors in 1994.
With a varied menu including local and beautiful seafood dishes, a chocolate pavlova to die for and even a takeaway coffee cart set up for those on the go.
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