Across the Noosa region, you'll find a burgeoning street art scene, with creative, colourful murals lining laneways and splashed across buildings. Come on a wander with us, as we show the best places to find street art in Noosa.
Wander over the hill from Hastings Street, and you'll find a buzzing hub of restaurants, boutiques and plentiful street art dotted throughout the laneways of Noosa Junction.
Hop aboard the Noosa Ferry and take a scenic trip upstream along the Noosa River to the old-worldy township of Tewantin, where colourful murals line laneways flowing off the Main Street, filled with quaint coffee shops and retro vintage stores.
A short country drive to the hinterland town of Cooroy will have you feeling like you've stepped back in time, to a place where life is simple and filled with country bakehouses and straightforward cafes (although you'll also discover a handful of inventive boutique distilleries and craft breweries as well). The cute-as-a-button Main Street is lined with colourful murals, and if you've got kids in tow, don't miss a trip to the brand-new Hinterland Adventure Playground.
A little further afield, the half-hour drive to the hinterland town of Pomona is well worth the investment, for quaint country streets lined with antique and bric-a-brac stores, small-batch distilled gin, and hearty meals at the rustic Pomona Distilling Co. Don't miss the laneways filled with interesting murals, or a climb up the towering Mt Cooroora, which casts a shadow over the tiny town.
Spend an afternoon (or a whole day) wandering the tranquil village at Peregian Beach, and discover eclectic boutiques, inventive restaurants and creative murals adorning the exterior of the Peregian Beach Hotel, where you can while away the evening under a canopy of Pandanus trees and fairy lights on their outdoor terrace.
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