Visit rural country towns that blend old world charm and modern experiences including galleries, restaurants, boutiques, and breweries. Enjoy scenic country drives or get off the beaten track via the Noosa walking and cycling trails network.
Explore hidden gems like the Cooloola National Park and the Noosa Everglades. Learn the fresh produce secrets of where Noosa’s famous cuisine comes from in the food bowl of the Sunshine Coast.
BASK is one of the Sunshine Coast’s newest restaurants that is already making a big name for itself on the Sunshine Coast foodie scene, and certainly for good reason. Located originally Eumundi in the Noosa hinterland, and now in Peregian Beach, BASK seasonal menus are
Wondering what to do on your next family holiday to the Sunshine Coast? From kayaking through pristine waters to climbing picturesque mountains, it’s time to immerse yourself in the Sunshine Coasts’ greatest natural wonders. Sunshine Coast 5 Natural Wonders We’ve picked out 5 of the
Love learning how craft beer and fine spirits are made? Intrigued to try local brews? Keen to try delicious locally sourced and seasonal food? Then it’s time to go on a Noosa brewery tour! There’s loads of amazing breweries and distilleries that can be visited
Load up the car, gather your family and friends and go on a Queensland road trip! It’s all about taking a holiday in our remarkable country, so where better to explore than the Noosa Shire? Noosa Country Drive will help you plan your adventure and map
Discover peaceful Lake Weyba, situated 4km south of Noosa Heads and ideal for kayaking, bushwalking, bird watching, fishing and kite surfing. Lake Weyba is a 9.6 square km, approximately 1-meter deep tidal lake with plenty on offer for day visitors. This saltwater wetland is significant
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
Join the Wild Things at the Australian Body Art Festival for an explosion of creative colour celebrating the body-beautiful. The festival artists use the human body as their canvases to creative a melange of colour, patterns and designs. The event inspires artists from across the