The Sunshine Coast is widely considered to be Australia's premier seaside location attracting local, interstate and overseas tourists and is one of Australia's fastest growing local populations of close to 200,000 people.
Spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and perfect surfing breaks are further enhanced by unique low rise architecture where fabulous shopping and restaurants abound in an elegant laid back 'Noosa Style' atmosphere.
Noosa Heads is a stunning combination of natural beauty and cosmopolitan glamour. The stunning Noosa National Park is Queensland's first UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, offering stunning views while you traverse the beautiful natural trails on offer. The relaxed, beachside Hastings Street is a world-famous retail and dining strip wich hosts thousands of visitors year-round who flock to the stunning region.
Tewantin and Surrounds [ View Profile ]
Located on the Noosa River, Tewantin was originally a timber town and the river port for the Noosa area. Today Tewantin is the administrative centre for the Noosa region and is home to shops, cafes, and a hotel. One of the area’s best-kept secrets is the Noosa Marina - a bustling hub of boutiques, restaurants and galleries, and a cooling spot to share some fresh seafood and a bottle of chilled wine.
Tewantin and Surrounds
Only five minutes from the glamour of Hastings Street in Noosa Heads is Noosaville, taking full advantage of its riverfront location with plenty of great restaurants, playgrounds, barbecue areas, walking tracks and fishing platforms. Noosaville's casual yet stylish ambience is set by its interesting collection of multicultural restaurants, bars, cafes, clothing stores and shoe stores, which line trendy Gympie Terrace and Thomas Street, overlooking the tranquil Noosa River. Children’s playgrounds, ferry stops, fishing platforms and riverside walking tracks give Gympie Terrace a delightfully playful and relaxed mood.
The Sunshine Coast Hinterland provides a spectacular backdrop to any type of holiday, especially a self-drive adventure. Explore the open roads and take in the stunning views of lush green valleys and magnificent mountains, through to the glorious Pacific Ocean. Discover the ancient volcanic peaks, walk through the lush rainforests, take in the breathtaking scenery - lose yourself in the natural beauty and serenity of the hinterland.
Sunshine Beach and Surrounds [ View Profile ]
Sunshine Beach is a pretty little gem of a holiday destination situated between Noosa and Coolum, backed by the nature reserve of Noosa National Park, and combining a cultured ambience with a wonderfully quiet beach that is never crowded. The understated elegance of the shady little main street makes it a relaxing place to spend lazy mornings or afternoons sipping superb coffee in a stylish café while you read the latest glossy fashion magazine, dining on fine cuisine at an award-winning restaurant, or browsing the quality clothing boutiques.
Sunshine Beach and Surrounds
Coolum and Surrounds [ View Profile ]
Coolum is recognised as a world-class surfing and golfing destination. The laidback beachfront town has a vibrant shopping and entertainment strip, coupled with sweeping views of the rugged coastline and majestic Mount Coolum.
Coolum and Surrounds
Gympie and Surrounds [ View Profile ]
Famous for it's gold-mining history, modern-day Gympie is a gorgeous combination of heritage architecture, sprawling parks and funky contemporary cafes. Spend the day exploring the various museums, art galleries and self-guided history tours of this charming town.
Gympie and Surrounds
The Cooloola Coast is less than one hour north of Noosa Heads. Gympie is the closest major township to Fraser Island and the picturesque coastal villages that are undergoing a metamorphosis up the coastline from Noosa, including Rainbow Beach and Tin Can Bay.
The Cooloola Coast