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About Noosa




Noosa’s climate makes it inviting at any time of year, with its water temperature in winter reaching a comfortable 19°C and in summer around 25°C.


The Sunshine Coast and all of Queensland operates on Eastern Standard Time, however daylight saving is not observed in the state.


Casual clothing such as shorts, srongs, short sleeved shirts, t-shirts and sandals are preferred by locals and visitors. for dining, casual chic is the preferred look. Some clubs have strict rules about footwear and it is wise to enquire before entering. Light warm clothing is advisable for the cooler months and perhaps during wet weather or outdoors in the evenings.


Click here to view more info about the many beautiful Noosa beaches.

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Always swim between the red and yellow flags

When you see red and yellow flags on a beach, it indicates that there is currently a lifesaving service operating on that beach. The lifeguards have chosen a section of the beach that is best for swimming and they will closely supervise this area. Lifeguards pay more attention to the area between the red and yellow flags than any other part of the beach.


The great thing about being on holiday is that you can justify the need to dine out LOTS! The great thing about Noosa is that you never run out of places to try. All of them sure to prove just why this is the food lover’s nirvana.

Dining in? No worries. Stock up on tasty delights from local delis and bakeries. Get some fresh produce at one of the many marekts and you can enjoy a self-catering holiday deluxe!

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Click here to visit Noosa Famer’s Market

Click here to visit the famous Eumundi Markets


Click here for some of the activities available in Noosa.

A climate that’s made for swimming all year round - that’s Noosa’s bost. But there is a great deal more that can be added to the schedule if you’re the active type.

Fishing - beach, rock, estuary, river and reef, Noosa offers the lot. There are many fishing charter operators offering challenging and rewarding offshore fishing.

Golfers can choose from several excellent courses. Click here for more info on Golf around Noosa.

Wanting more adrenalin? There aer endless activities to choose from such as jet skiiing, parasailing, jet boating, abseiling, kiteboarding, sailing, joy flights, scuba diving and many more.

Bush walking in the Noosa National Park is almost a must and you can make it as easy or as hard as you like.

Ready for a rest? Then sit back and relax, take a tour up the beach to the Coloured Sands and Fraser Island or out to the hinterland and enjoy the views, the wine and the art.

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