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Tourism Noosa is the official tourism organisation for the Noosa Council region on the Sunshine Coast including Noosa Heads and Noosaville south to Sunshine and Peregian Beach, and from Tewantin to the Noosa hinterland towns of Boreen Point, Cooroy, Pomona, Cooran and Kin Kin.

An award-winning organisation, Tourism Noosa has twice collected the Queensland Tourism Award for Tourism Marketing and Australian Tourism Awards and has won gold and silver at the Queensland Tourism Award for Visitor Information and Services. Our Welcome to Noosa Online Induction and Customer Service Program won silver in the Education and Training category in 2014.

Tourism Noosa works collaboratively with local businesses and key stakeholders to promote the diversity of the destination in line with the Noosa Sustainable Destination Action Plan 2013-2016. Please click on the links on the right to access the different sections of our Industry site

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Noosa Sporting Facilities Guide

Noosa is the natural choice for all your sporting needs - whether you're an elite athlete, weekend warrior, school or club sports coach looking for a break away for your team, a keen golfer or a family that loves to train together. Noosa is one of Australia's favourite beach holiday destinations and offers unparalleled sports training, competition or sport-based escapes. Known for its mild tropical climate, sparkling beaches, lush green hinterland, pristine waterways and superb training facilities, Noosa is the ideal choice as your next sporting destination.

The Noosa Sporting Facilities Guide has extensive information about the wide range of sporting facilities in the region, including capacities for different sports such as cycling, athletics, swimming, various football codes, cricket, sailing, volleyball, badminton and more.

Noosa is home to the largest triathlon in the world and the world's largest longboard surfing festival. It is also recognised as the sporting destination of choice for many elite athletes who choose Noosa as a training base, and has been the training ground for international and national sporting teams, including the British and Irish Lions.

So make Noosa your next sporting holiday destination!

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE NOOSA SPORTING FACILITIES GUIDE ONLINE

Noosa Country Drive

Tourism Noosa recently launched Noosa Country Drive. The Noosa region is known for its pristine beaches and Hastings Street, yet it has more to offer and the objective of the project is to disperse visitors throughout the Noosa hinterland towns such as Pomona, Kin Kin, Cooroy, Eumundi, Cooran, Tinbeerwah and Boreen Point. The dedicated microsite includes information about tours, activities, trails, accommodation, restaurants, markets, event, galleries, well-being and more. There is three suggested drives that visitors have a choice of or they can 'Create you own' drive by using the google mapping technology. There is also a dedicated Noosa Country Drive map available from most accommodation properties in Noosa along with the Noosa Visitor Information Centres. Go to visitnoosa.com.au/country-drive 

To learn more about Noosa Country Drive, watch the video below:

Noosa Eco Check

Tourism Noosa have launched a new tourism initiative - Noosa Eco Check. Ambassador Terri Irwin from Australia Zoo officially launched Noosa Eco Check on the 29 July with stakeholders including tourism operators, Member for Noosa, Glen Elmes and Noosa Councillor Frank Wilkie.  

Noosa Eco Check is an interactive online training program to assist businesses in implementing environmentally friendly business practices. The program will also support Noosa in becoming a truly sustainable and eco-friendly destination.
The program is the second stage of the Welcome to Noosa program and provides a selection of easy-to-implement key actions in areas including
o    Energy
o    Water
o    Waste
o    Purchasing / Cleaning
o    Conservation and Communication
o    Corporate Social Responsibility
The program includes great examples of sustainable business initiatives in the region including yours!
Proudly developed by Tourism Noosa, Noosa Eco Check provides businesses the opportunity to assess their environmental performance and design a sustainable action plan.
Noosa Eco Check is designed to help you value, protect and preserve our pristine natural environment - through combined efforts of local businesses, their teams and individuals.

The Benefits of Noosa Eco Check

  To learn more about Noosa Eco Check, watch the video below:

 

Welcome to Noosa

Tourism Noosa launched Welcome to Noosa, an innovative online training program for Noosa's tourism industry and wider community that aims to revitalise quality service and boost Noosa's reputation as a premier holiday destination.

Welcome to Noosa, proudly developed by Tourism Noosa, is a low-cost and easy-to-use professional development program that will help businesses and their staff deliver a memorable experience for visitors to Noosa and local customers alike. Focusing on customer service and Noosa-specific content, it will give your business and your staff the edge when dealing with customers and providing a greater level of quality service in Noosa.

To learn more about Welcome to Noosa, watch the video below.


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