A calming getaway to the tranquil surrounds of Eumarella Shore Noosa Lake Retreat will get you out in nature and back into balance. This unique, absolute lakefront stay is set in complete seclusion, on the banks of the unspoilt Lake Weyba. Set within a nature reserve, the National Park surrounds are dotted with wildflowers and inhabited by native bird species and freely roaming kangaroos. Spend your days paddling the lakes by canoe or exploring the bushland by mountain bike, and while away the slow evenings watching the moon rise over the lake from your deck, alongside your slow-burning log fire. Choose from a selection of fully equipped lake view studios, cottages, and lake houses, perfect for romantic getaways and family holidays alike.
Floating in a peaceful nook on the majestic Noosa River, experience complete tranquillity and seclusion with a stay on this architecturally designed eco villa. Imagine a floating tiny house experience, and you´re on the right track, complete with eco-friendly inclusions like solar, marine-grade sustainable timbers, and oversized, retractable thermal glazing. Wake to the gentle sounds of water lapping at the deck and watch the resident pelicans glide by as the sun rises over the green expanse of the Noosa Woods from your very own private stay.
A little piece of Balinese heaven, tucked away discretely in the Noosa country village of Doonan. Step behind the gated facade, into the serene Balinese-inspired gardens, with timber treatment bungalows dotted throughout the lush surrounds. Choose from single or couples treatment rooms for dreamy massages and facials, and finish up with a foot soak and reflexology massage with a glass of sparkling or herbal tea in the open air garden pavilion..
Moody interiors, authentic modern-Italian food, and a happening late-night bar are just a few of the things that make this long-time dining institution, tucked away at the eastern end of Hastings St, so popular. But it´s also a recognised Noosa Slow Food Snail of Approval restaurant, with a seasonally-changing menu of local produce, some of which is grown on the restaurant group´s own Maravista Farm, in the Noosa hinterland.
In the charming country town of Kin Kin, find a surprising, slow food gem, the café run by fifth-generation farmer Jodie Williams and her daughter Tahlia Anderson. You’ll find the restaurant and general store in Kin Kin Main Street, a picturesque 45-minute drive from Hastings Street, Noosa. Here it is really about ethically grown local produce, with more than half of the ingredients sourced within the region, some from her backyard café veggie garden. Jodie, who also runs Black Ant Gourmet catering, has a Slow Food Noosa Snail of Approval certification, and sustainable food practices are at the heart of everything they do here.
Pan-Asian inspired banquets are the hallmarks of this locals favourite restaurant, that sits perched in the treetops above Sunshine Beach village. The weekend yum-cha banquet and small but cosy bar space are other draw cards, and it´s also a Slow Food Noosa approved restaurant, with the restaurant growing their own produce from their farm in the Noosa Hinterland, and sourcing meat and seafood from local producers.