Noosa Tours and Activities

The Noosa region is host to a wide variety of touring and experience options, from whale watching, fishing charters and craft brewery tours to horse riding and mountain bike tours and day trip to take you a little further afield. Experience the local culture with a Noosa tour you won’t forget.


Brewery and Distillery Tours


An afternoon of refreshing craft beers, boutique gins and lavish eats have never sounded better! Immerse yourself in the finest breweries and distilleries with Noosa Brewery Tours, basking in conversation and good ambience, scattered throughout stunning Noosa and its verdant hinterland. From modern industrial spaces to open beer gardens, you can book a private tour at Land or Sea, Heads of Noosa, or The Boiling Pot Brewery.  


Boat and Water Tours


Choose between a dolphin safari, whale watching experience or an adventure tour with the Noosa Oceanrider , where you can view all of Noosa right from the pristine waters. Noosa is an avid fisher’s playground if you know all the good spots. Enjoy the regions great fishing experiences on a Noosa fishing charter with Deep Sea Fishing Co or Noosa Charters for some fun and responsible fishing practices. Book a day in your holiday calendar to enjoy a Noosa boat tour.


Adventure Tours


Ready to hit the trails and become reacquainted with mother nature? Ride with the locals at Bike On guided mountain bike tours, from family friendly to thrill seeker, it is a great way to immerse yourself in the natural environment. If you want to explore the beautiful coastline of Noosa North Shore, book a private family tour with Equathon Horse Riding Adventures, where you can all ride their friendly horses along the immaculate white sand beaches.

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