Summer is officially here, and there’s no better way to cool down after a day at the beach than with a scoop of Australia’s favourite cold dessert.
We’ve rounded up the places to see and be seen in Noosa this New Years Eve.
Every day from 16 to 19 December you can catch Christmas inspired pop-up performances and roaming entertainment between 5 and 8pm.
It's free to visit Santa at his hut on Noosa Main Beach.
Whether it's the iconic Hastings Street tree, roaming street performers or having your photo taken with Santa on the beach, there's nothing quite like Christmas on Hastings Street.
We're thrilled to share that Hastings Street's Boardwalk bistro on Hastings, Kaali Gourmet Indian Restaurant and Bella Casa Noosa have each received recent business awards!
The pace of life is slower in Noosa, so the pages turn faster.
There are just a few important things you need to bring to make the most of your days—and nights—in Noosa.
The Noosa Triathlon is returning in 2021 with a jam-packed five days of festival fun for everyone.
Enjoy live music along Hastings Street this Sunday 24 October as part of Live & Local's micro festival program.
Join us on Sunday 24 October for a long lunch at Locale Noosa, where the Aperol Spritz are plentiful and food is top notch.
Gather your most fun-loving friends and pick out your favourite frock – here are the best Melbourne Cup parties on Hastings Street.
Locale Noosa hosted a long lunch to remember on Sunday 3 October.
The views of our beachfront sunsets are rivalled only by the window shopping views of Hastings Street.
Finally, it’s time to head to the beach. But where to first?
What could be better than treating yourself to a little self-indulgent pampering.
Within walking distance of Hastings Street there are tons of places to hire boats, boards and beyond for the perfect day on the water.
You can’t go a weekend here without feeling the urge to pick up the board.
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