Welcome to Noosa, or in the words of our traditional owners the Kabi Kabi people, ‘Wunya Ngulum’ – welcome to Kabi Kabi country.
Noosa is the traditional home of the Kabi Kabi people, whose land stretches roughly 100km south and 150km north of Noosa. Noosa is a unique destination – a multi-faceted gem. Awarded World Surfing Reserve status for its superb beaches and point breaks, Noosa is also a designated UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, which acknowledges the town’s harmonious relationship between people and nature.
The jewels of the Noosa area include a pristine river system that winds its way upstream to one of only two everglades systems on earth, hinterland villages that calm the soul, eclectic boutique shopping, gastronomy, world-class events, and a vibrant arts and culture scene making it a favourite destination for both relaxation and adventure.
Noosa is famous for its mild subtropical climate, with an average annual temperature of 28°C (82°F) in summer and 21°C (69°F) in winter. For further climate information, please refer to the Australian Bureau of Meteorology bom.gov.au
Noosa has never been easier to access with connectivity from two airports within driving distance, with flights from regional and major cities and beyond.
Sunshine Coast Airport welcomes direct flights from a number of Australian capital cities and regional destinations, along with a seasonal service from Auckland (operates June to October 2023).
Serviced by all major and many minor airports around Australia and the world. Find out more at bne.com.au.
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