Hastings St | 6 of the best spots for breakfast on Hastings Street

6 of the best spots for breakfast on Hastings Street

6 of the best spots for breakfast on Hastings Street

Rise ‘n’ shine couldn’t be a more apt phrase for Noosa locals.

And whether you've been spending your holiday nights blissfully sleeping to the sounds of Noosa Main Beach, or taste testing every cocktail on the street, there is no meal more important than breakfast.

From fresh acai bowls, to buttery croissants or a classic eggs benny, here are the best spots on Hastings Street to grab a top-notch brekky.

Blended Health Bar

Heading off on a day trip adventure? Blended Health Bar is your one-stop-shop for a healthy, nourishing feed to take away. Catch us with their infamous berry bowl – mixed berries, banana, strawberry frozen yoghurt, plus muesli and seasonal fruit. Yum!

Cafe Le Monde

A true Hastings Street institution, Cafe Le Monde does not hold back with their breakfast menu! From the brekky must-haves such as eggs on toast and avocado on sourdough, to more extravagant options like their Noosa spanner crab omelette, you’ll always find something yummy to start the day right.


Early bird? Relax with the paper and a hot coffee while you wait for everyone else to wake up at Aromas Noosa. Opening at 6am every day, Aromas serves up cupfuls of their very own Hastings Street Blend and crowd-favourite brekkys. We love their Big Breakfast –complete with chorizo, poached eggs, bacon, halloumi, mushrooms, grilled tomato and sourdough toast.

Bistro C

A morning brew with a view. It’s kind of a Noosa ritual. After a big morning on the beach, stop in to refuel with a coffee (or two) at Bistro C. Their classic resort fare changes with the season, so make sure to swing by again on your next stay.

Moonstruck Noosa

Nothing beats a lazy start to the morning and there's no place better than Moonstruck Noosa. Cozy up at this quaint, European style café with a cup of their house blend, locally roasted coffee Dutch Courage.

Noosa Social

The vibrant Noosa Social coffee shop is located in the French Quarter and serves delicious homemade treats (most of which are gluten free). Give their vegan-friendly rainbow birch bowl a try - it has Swiss style bircher muesli, fresh seasonal fruit, coconut yoghurt and flaked almonds.


Looking for more festive fun? Over the summer holidays, you'll be able to catch an array of local talent of all ages playing live on the street.

Shopping for your kids, best friends, partner (and yourself) is practically effortless on our Hastings Street, with shops galore that are conveniently located close-by.

Whether it's the iconic Hastings Street tree or having your photo taken with Santa on the beach, there's nothing quite like Christmas on Hastings Street.