To make things a little easier for your next trip to Noosa we have compiled our Top 10 Visit Noosa Blogs of 2021 into the one spot! These are the most viewed blogs of the year - what do you think came in at number 1?
There are so many stories to tell and so much to discover in the wonderful world of Noosa!
As the sun slowly rises above the tree canopy of the Noosa Everglades and native birds fill the air with their morning songs, we stop paddling and find ourselves floating on clouds. It’s 4:45 am and as our eyes begin to adjust to the morning light, a river of perfect reflections make it hard to tell where the water ends and the sky begins.
Summer is never far away in Noosa - we are blessed with year-round warm oceans and sunny winters - so grab your favourite swimmers and get ready for a dip, because we're about to unveil our guide to Noosa's best swimming spots!
Cycling along Noosa’s coastal and hinterland roads and trails is one of life's great pleasures. You'll find yourself riding alongside the beautiful blue waters of the Pacific Ocean and the Noosa River, on cool rainforest tracks, and smooth open roads that wind their way to mountain climbs and country cafes.
Alongside myriad excellent dining options, you will also discover a boutique shopping experience along Noosa’s beaches. Noosa’s boutique scene fuses local, Australian and international designers across a collection of stores in beachside villages in Hastings Street, Noosa Junction, Sunshine Beach and Peregian Beach.
With record numbers of humpback whales (30,000+) migrating up Queensland’s coast and back to Antarctica through Noosa’s waters between July and the end of October, there are many wonderful sightings of these amazing mammals. If you’re lucky enough to see (or hear) a whale, it’s something you’ll never forget.
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.
If you’re lucky enough to be enjoying an extended stay in Noosa, you’ll easily find time for more than ten things, but if a short stay is all you've got time for, you’ve got to start somewhere...
You may be well acquainted with Hastings Street and Noosa Main Beach but venture beyond and you’ll find the lifeblood of the Noosa Biosphere, snaking its way from the ocean to the Noosa Everglades. Noosaville is the laidback centre point of the Noosa River, with 2km of foreshore that meanders through parkland and past waterfront restaurants, boat hire spots, and plenty of pelicans.