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Getting Around

There are plenty of ways to get around Noosa, from foot to bus or bike to helicopter - we have you sorted in this guide for getting around Noosa.

EXPLORE NOOSA BY BUS

Sunbus public bus service gets you around Noosa easily, and connects Noosa’s towns with the Sunshine Coast region. Public buses in Noosa are free for some days during peak holiday periods over Easter and Christmas.

HIRE A BIKE

Hire a bike at several locations across Noosa and take advantage of the extensive bike paths and hinterland trails.

RENT A CAR OR SCOOTER

There are a number of rental car options with local Noosa operators and other well known companies. Scooter hire is also available with 50cc and 150cc scooters. Parking around Hastings Street is limited during busy holiday times, however paid parking is available at Bay Village in Hastings Street. Larger car parks are at The J, 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Junction; and the Noosa Transit Centre, Cooyar St, Noosa Junction (park and catch a bus). Parking is also at the Noosa Marina, Tewantin (3 hours free, paid after that) - park and catch a ferry.

Taxi ranks are at all major precincts or call 131 008. Uber is also available. Phone the Noosa Visitor Information Centre on 1 3000 NOOSA (66672) for information.

CATCH A FERRY

The Noosa Ferry is a beautiful way to see Noosa - from the Noosa River. It's open 7 days a week, with stops from the Noosa Marina in Tewantin, several stops in Noosaville, Noosa Sound, and the Sofitel Jetty behind Hastings Street, Noosa Heads - the perfect way to get to your favourite riverfront restaurant.

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