Hastings St | 5 THINGS TO DO UNDER $50 ON YOUR HASTINGS STREET HOLIDAY

5 THINGS TO DO UNDER $50 ON YOUR HASTINGS STREET HOLIDAY

5 THINGS TO DO UNDER $50 ON YOUR HASTINGS STREET HOLIDAY

1. Jump Onboard the Noosa Ferry with the Family

The Noosa Ferry is the perfect way to see all Noosa has on offer. Whether you enjoy the sunshine from the rooftop, or take in the beauty of the blue water from down below, this one is sure to please everyone. Perfect for a day date with your loved one, or to simply put your feet up and take some well deserved you time, without burning a hole in your pocket. The best part? You can board directly from Hastings Street!

See more on how to book, wheelchair accessibility & fare pricing here.

2. Grab the kids, beach cricket and a picnic rug and head down to the Noosa Spit.

Away from the hustle and bustle of Noosa Main Beach, The Spit is the perfect place to spread out and set up for the day. Bring your favourite eats, or perhaps pop over to The Spit Van for a coffee, toastie or a scoop of local Noosa gelato (they will not disappoint). Let the kids run free, and enjoy yourself just as much.

See more about the Spit Van including their menu and location here.

3. Watch the surfers at sunset

One of the most remarkable sights you can see on Hastings Street is its surfers. Combine that with our famous sunsets and you have the ideal afternoon. Perch yourself up on the rocks near the entry to the Noosa National Park with a fresh takeaway pizza from El Capitano and watch their skill in disbelief, it’ll make you want to try for yourself!

See El Capitano’s menu here, along with other Hastings Street takeaway favourites:

4. Walk to Hells Gates

Catch Noosa’s famous crystal blue beaches & bays from the best angle possible. Start your day with a hot coffee & flaky croissant from Providore on Hastings or a fresh juice from Cafe Le Monde, and head up the hill to explore Tea Tree Bay, Dolphin Bay and the natural fairy pools. The reward for reaching the top is panoramic views of the paradise we call Noosa. Pack your togs for the perfect cool down!

5. Beach BBQ

A great option for all you love, head down to the Noosa Headland day-use area for a delicious (free!) BBQ. A great option for breakfast or lunch, which is also wheelchair accessible! Pack your breakfast combo of bacon, eggs and hash browns for a breaky roll, or perhaps just bread, sausages and onions for the classic Australian lunch. Whatever your pick is, do it in the beauty of Noosa’s outdoors.

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