From the sky

See Noosa from above, freefalling up to 15,000ft as you skydive, with stunning views over Noosa. Or take to the sky on a scenic helicopter or small plane flight.

From the water's edge

Join a thrill boat ride, whale watching (in season), fishing charters, kayaking, jet skiing, stand-up paddling, boating, hop on a nauticycle, or kite-surf over perfect waves. The options are endless.

Paddle or pedal

Kayak through narrow waterways, cycle on bicycle paths that connect Noosa's villages or hit the mountain bike trails in Tewantin National Park and the Noosa Trail Network.

Hike the Noosa Trail Network

Explore the Noosa Trail Network offering eight trails for bushwalkers, birdwatchers, mountain bike riders and horse riders. There are so many hills and routes to explore, over various lengths and difficulties.

Yay - we're back! Some of Noosa's favourites reopen from Saturday 16 May

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Under the first stage of the easing on COVID-19 restrictions, some of Noosa’s cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs will reopen with a limit of 10 diners from Saturday 16 May; retail shopping and beauty therapy will open up; recreational day trips up to 150km are allowed and some playgrounds will reopen.