In the words of our traditional owners the Kabi Kabi people, ‘Wunya Ngulum’ - Welcome.
We might be biased, but we think Noosa is pretty special. You’ll think so too and here's why... Noosa locals are friendly and relaxed and love the good things in life – the balmy sunshine, slow beach days and bright blue skies… the calm, relaxing beaches and rolling waves around every corner… the diverse tapestry of waterways and untouched national parks… the local, seasonal food dished up all over town by world-class chefs... the native wildlife and spectacular natural surrounds… all topped off by beautiful summery nights spent wandering Hastings Street or relaxing evenings in Noosa boutique accommodation, laidback resort vibes, glamping in the wilderness... or whatever your heart desires.
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More than 130 local artists transform the quaint country town of Cooran, taking over the quirky and charming buildings that line the town's main…
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The biggest Olympic-distance triathlon in the world, the iconic Noosa Tri is raced around Noosa's stunning main beach, town centre and hinterland...…
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Visitors are attracted to Noosa for its balance as a wellness destination, where you can combine active and restorative pursuits while also enjoying good food and wine.
Walk the coastal track through the Noosa National Park and discover the pristine white sandy beaches from Tea Tree Bay, Granite Bay, Alexandria Bay and Little Cove.
If you’re one of the growing breed of travellers who think more deeply about the impact of their travels, you want to know how you can still holiday and leave the lightest footprint possible – if not give back in some way.
Sound like you? Then, read on for this sustainable Noosa guide.
Never heard of the Noosa Trail Network before? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Work on the trails began in 2000 (and further upgrades are currently in the works), but this series of trails in the Noosa countryside has managed to stay blissfully under the radar, even for the savviest of hikers. The trails are shared use, which means they can be tackled on foot, bike, or horseback and link up Noosa Country townships including Cooroy, Cooran, Pomona and Kin Kin.
Catching a wave is a truly iconic, must-do experience in Noosa, and when you ride Noosa’s waves, you’ll be surfing in a globally recognised World Surfing Reserve! Simply put, this means that Noosa is not only home to some of the world’s most beautiful surf breaks, but the Noosa community also knows how to protect and look after them.
In the words of the local Kabi Kabi people, our traditional custodians, Wunya Ngulum! Welcome everyone, to Kabi Kabi Country! Noosa is home to the Kabi Kabi people, whose land stretches roughly 100km south and 150km north of Noosa. It is important we pay our respect to the traditional owners of this land – past, present and future – and their rich history. Here, you will find information to help you learn more about the culture, language, practices, and sacred sites of the traditional custodians of Noosa.
Here in Noosa, we have a long and proud history of protecting, preserving and looking after our pristine environment - it's one of the main reasons why people love holidaying and living in Noosa!
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