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Swimming and Surfing

 

Noosa Main Beach is famous for its patrolled waters and perfect swimming conditions, along with the eastern beaches of Sunshine Beach, Sunrise Beach, Castaways, Marcus and Peregian Beach, where you can seek out the patrolled swimming areas and pet-friendly dog beaches.

 

If you’re considering taking up surfing, where better to do it than at Noosa’s World Surfing Reserve. Whether you’re a beginner or avid surfer, Noosa offers a collective of surfboard hire services, or take a lesson at Noosa’s renowned Learn to Surf school. Come and experience the laid-back surf culture of Noosa.

 

Noosa Everglades

 

The Noosa Everglades are one of only two everglades’ systems on earth. This untouched and diverse ecosystem is worth experiencing on your holiday. It is a photographer’s muse, a nature enthusiasts retreat and a humbling environment for all! Take a kite surfing and kayak tour with Kanu Kapers or hire a canoe to immerse yourself in this natural wonderland.

 

Water Activities

 

Where better than to take advantage of this natural playground than by a stand-up paddle board, kayak, canoe, or even flick a line off one of Noosa’s wharfs. Whether you need a guided lesson or happy to hire equipment, Noosa’s water activities are second to none.

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Plastic Free Noosa

Plastic Free Noosa is dedicated to safeguarding and preserving the Noosa Biosphere Reserve by empowering local businesses, the community, and visitors to eliminate disposable plastics from circulation. Each year, an estimated 100 million tons of plastic waste in the world’s oceans leads to the death

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Plastic Free Noosa 2022

Plastic Free Noosa 2024

When you think of Noosa, you think pristine sands, crystal clear water and beautiful national parks. We have our community to thank for that, with Noosa leading the charge to be Australia’s first plastic free community. It’s up to our locals, business owners and holidaymakers

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Visit Fraser Island in Noosa

Visit Iconic Fraser Island

Fraser Island, or K’gari (pronounced ‘Gar-ree’) to give it its traditional name, is best known as the world’s largest sand island, measuring 120km in length, 22km in width, and covering over 1800km². Listed as a World Heritage icon no visit to Noosa is complete without

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Lake Cootharaba and Boreen Point Noosa

Lake Cootharaba – have you been there?

Have you visited Lake Cootharaba and Boreen Point? These are just two of an array of wonderful Noosa Hinterland experiences to be enjoyed when holidaying with us. Lake Cootharaba Lake Cootharaba, is a magnificent waterway and part of the Noosa River system. It is the

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Noosa Coastal Boardwalk

Noosa coastal boardwalk

The Noosa coastal boardwalk that leads from Little Cove Beach to Noosa National Park is a ‘must do’ whilst visiting Noosa. The new boardwalk is much wider than previously, allowing all-abilities access, with plenty of spots to sit and rest and take in the views.

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Swim with the Whales in Noosa

Swim with the whales in Noosa

Len Costantini from our marketing team checks out the Sunshine Coast’s latest attraction… “Hold onto your mask when you jump in”, they said. “Swim hard and follow the guy in high-vis rashie – he knows what he’s doing! Above all, whales don’t fly! So keep

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Whale Watching in Noosa

Whale watching near Noosa

The whales are here! With whale populations growing each year and an estimated 33,000 whales expected to pass by our shores this year, the opportunities for sightings off Noosa and the Sunshine Coast have never been better. Whales head north in June, July and August

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Noosa Declared World Surfing Reserve

Noosa declared World Surfing Reserve

Noosa has been named the 10th World Surfing Reserve, recognising decades of best practice in coastal management and protection that have resulted in Noosa’s international reputation as one of surfing’s natural wonders. Noosa is only the third Australian World Surfing Reserve, following in the footsteps

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Photos by: Visit Noosa, Noosa Festival of Surfing