Don’t be excited. This is not some sting operation. This is actually a revelation. In a family of all good looking beaches, Noosa is the prettiest and elegant elder sister who got the looks and charm. Australia is the sophisticated relaxation destination that has got all – beaches, nature, adventure, cute kangaroos, historic sightseeing, world class monuments, and everything else that you are not looking for. Noosa is the crown of this island nation.
Beaches & More – 7 Must See Things in Noosa
Fashion and food come together to steal your heartbeat in this heart strip in Noosa. Located just beside the beach, you can soak up in the sun and then walk in for some retail therapy.
Just 30 minutes’ drive along the beach road will lead you to this best art and craft markets. This market is famous for the locally made artisan treasures. There are about 500 stalls to roam and choose from.
Note: This market is open on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s
Noosa National Park
Wear a comfortable footwear as you would be walking for 15 kms of awesomeness in this amazingly beautiful National Park. The Koalas in the trees and the dolphins in fairy pools are something to experience not read here.
Blue pristine water is perfect for a romantic paddling getaway and it just serves the purpose right. Rich with flora and fauna, the Everglades are Queensland’s treasure.
Perfect dive site with breathtaking view just off the Sunshine Beach will make you fall in love with nature for sure.
Note: This spot is for experienced divers only, as depths vary from 25 metres to 33 metres.
Just like it’s dramatic name, the spot is dramatically beautiful. The high bluff with spectacular view of the coastline from north to Double Island Point and south over to Alexandria Bay is stunningly gorgeous.
P.S: Take a trip during July to November to view the migrating whales.
Tea Tree Bay
Of the many beaches, this beach in Noosa National Park has serene written all over. Best place to relax and enjoy the seascape.
10 Must Do Things in Noosa
- Beach hopping
- Diving & Snorkeling
- Drive along the sea beach road
- Food sampling
- Get to know the Indigenous culture
- Island visits
- See wildlife in the wild
- Go for boating
- Do camping & 4WDing for some thrill
- Whale watching
Where to Eat? – Halal Restaurants in Noosa
Noosa has few Halal restaurants. Some restaurants are Halal certified while few are owned by Muslims. However, please confirm on Halal status before opting for dining.
- The Grill
- Hathi Indian Restaurant
- Sultans Café & Restaurant
- Tuptim Thai
- 3 Divas café
- La Dolce Vita
- Amici Restaurant Pizzeria
- Kunara Organic Cafe Forest Glen
Best Time to Visit Noosa
Summer (December to February) and autumn (March, April and May) are the best months to travel to Noosa.
Winter which usually starts in June and extends till November is very cold. If you are up for some thrill and cold, you can plan your visit in this duration.
Note: Winter is less crowded in Noosa. So you get cheap flight tickets and budget accommodation easily.
Where to Stay in Noosa?
Just like its landscapes, Noosa accommodation varies dramatically. You have sea side resorts for family and couples. For solo travellers or if visiting with friends and looking something affordable, then you have the holiday home rentals and camping options.
How to Reach Noosa?
Noosa is directly not serviced by flights. However, you can hire a car or get in a bus to reach Noosa from the nearby airport, the Maroochydore Airport. The airport is served by Virgin Australia and Jetstar, with direct flights from Sydney and Melbourne.