Travel Trade

Tourism Noosa actively works with travel agents, wholesalers and product managers to educate the domestic and international travel industry on the many attractions of the destination. In doing so, we support the dedicated familiarisation programs coordinated by Tourism Australia, Tourism and Events Queensland and Visit Sunshine Coast as well as independent familiarisations arranged directly through us.

We welcome product or destination enquiries from travel industry representatives and can assist with resources such as images and recommended itineraries. Please contact Tourism Noosa International Trade Specialist Vynka Hutton at vynka@tourismnoosa.com.au

NOOSA GLOBAL TRAVEL PLANNER

The Noosa Global Travel Planner 2018-2019 provides the travel trade with easy to use information to help plan and book your client’s dream holiday. It contains:

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE NOOSA GLOBAL TRAVEL PLANNER ONLINE or

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE NOOSA GLOBAL TRAVEL PLANNER,
your essential Noosa guide.
 
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A VERY MERRY NOOSA CHRISTMAS

A VERY MERRY NOOSA CHRISTMAS

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​If you’re lucky enough to be spending Christmas in Noosa, or are doing last-minute shopping here, we’ve put together some of our favourite ideas for a very merry Christmas from Noosa.

See the world differently at 2018 Noosa International Film Festival

See the world differently at 2018 Noosa International Film Festival

Visit Noosa

With 80 short and feature-length films from 20 countries, you'll see a world of film at the 3rd annual Noosa International Film Festival, from 25-28 October 2018.

See whales in Noosa

See whales in Noosa

Visit Noosa

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.

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