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Welcome to the Noosa region, with its beautiful beaches, lush green hinterland, stunning coastal national park, pristine river, cosmopolitan lifestyle and lively calendar of events – it all adds up to an unforgettable holiday escape. With an inspiring dining scene and year-round warm and sunny climate, Noosa is the ideal place to kick back and escape from it all!
The official Tourism Noosa website provides the easiest and most comprehensive way to plan your next holiday in the Noosa region, with up-to-date information, tips and deals on a range of accommodation, tours, events, dining options, retail and much more. Our online booking system on this site is ready with hot deals and great properties and tours for you to book now!
When romance turns serious and you’re planning a wedding, Noosa is the dream location with romantic settings, beautiful accommodation, professional wedding services to help every step of the way, gorgeous weather – and you don’t need to travel overseas for a tropical ambience.
Noosa has more than 30 ceremony locations that make a gorgeous backdrop for your wedding photos, from a barefoot wedding right on Little Cove beach to a river sunset, golfing greens, private and romantic hinterland gardens, formal ballrooms, tropical resorts – even a lakefront Greek-style amphitheatre!
Noosa Golf Club is offering a fairy light backdrop when you book a reception at their venue with picturesque surrounds.
If you’re planning your wedding, head to visitnoosa.com.au/weddings for inspiration, and don’t miss the Noosa Springs Wedding Open Day this Sunday 15 February at Noosa Springs Golf & Spa Resort, 10am-3pm.
Make memories for all time and share your love in Noosa with these great ideas for Valentine’s Day and beyond. The Noosa River, with its pink sunsets and gentle nature is a favourite spot for lovers at any time.
With sunset cruises, a gondola, 1940s-style power boat, ferries, sailing boats and paddle yourself options, there’s plenty of opportunity to celebrate love.
Hold hands as you stroll through the national park forest, find the perfect Valentine’s Day gift, dine on the beachfront or pack a picnic and take a country drive together.
If you like to mix adrenalin with your romance, hire a jet-ski, jump on an action-packed ocean jet boat ride, try sky diving or kite surfing - or learn something new together and take a surfing lesson.
Cuddle on a blanket at Noosaville outdoor movies on Valentine’s Eve, Friday 13 February with everyone’s favourite romantic flick, The Notebook – entry by donation with funds raised going to the RSPCA.
Or enjoy a night of rom-com at the special event Eumundi Drive-In with Sleepless in Seattle and Ground Hog Day on Saturday 14 February.
Where will you be canoodling with your Valentine? How about on a Noosa Everglades Bar-B-Canoe Cruise (pictured left) in a pristine wilderness – just $99 throughout February and March (normally $125).
With beautiful nature all around and gorgeous sunsets over the river, lakes and hinterland, love is always in the air!
Just down the road at Top Shots Fun Park you can play unlimited Mini Golf and have fun with 5 Fun Ride tickets for just just $20pp.
And at Australia Zoo, you can book a Month of Love animal encounter with lemurs, rhino, red pandas and more and receive a second encounter free.
CLICK HERE for more Valentine inspiration in Noosa.
I recently had the privilege of travelling up the beautiful Noosa River on-board The Discovery Group's boat to the Noosa Everglades - it's probably one of the best "hidden secrets" of the Noosa region.
The voyage north started at The Discovery Jetty on Gympie Terrace, in the heart of Noosaville and only 5 minutes from Hastings Street and Noosa Heads. From the moment I arrived, I was met with outstanding service from the staff and boat skipper Ben. We made our way past Noosa Marina and Sir Richard Branson's Makepeace Island, and crossed Lake Cooroibah and Lake Cootharaba, all at impressive speed.
The skipper filled us with interesting facts, information and even an old folk story which was one of the many highlights of the trip. Once we reached the mystical tannin waters of the Noosa Everglades, we were greeted with amazing views in this part of the Great Sandy National Park that teems with wildlife.
The voyage then reached the single most picturesque part of the Noosa River, the Narrows. Here are just a few of the images I captured along the way.
Looking south on Lake Cootharaba.
Between Lake Cooroibah and Cootharaba
This cheeky little dude tried to steal our afternoon tea!
The stunning Narrows, on the way to Harry’s Hut.
Moored at Harry’s Hut jetty.
Eastward view of Lake Cootharaba.
Harry’s Hut, marked by this sign on the wharf.
The way to Lake Como.
The tannin waters of the Everglades... in the Narrows.
Ahhh, what a perfect view...
The mystical Noosa Everglades in all its glory - easy to see how they earned the name ‘river of mirrors’.
The Noosa Everglades is an absolutely breath-taking place and one of only two everglades systems in the world - these are the only everglades you can swim in. If you go, make sure you take a camera and don’t forget to #visitnoosa.
There's a range of ways to discover the Noosa Everglades - from the comfort of a half-day boat cruise from Noosaville to a self-guided canoeing and camping safari.
Noosa Everglades Discovery offers a BBQ lunch cruise, afternoon cruise with pick-up from Hastings Street and Noosaville, Bar-B-Canoe day tour; and a 3-day/2-night self-guided canoeing and camping safari.
Kanu Kapers offers half, full-day and 2 and 3-day guided kayaking tours or take yourself on a 1, 2 or 3-day self-guided kayaking adventure and camp in this unspoilt winderness.
For more information please call the Noosa Visitor Information Centre on 1 3000 NOOSA (within Australia) or 07 5430 5000 (outside Australia), email email@example.com or see visitnoosa.com.au