If it’s a bucket-list-worthy holiday you’re after, delve into a world of unique stay options, from eco-luxe floating villas to mountaintop glamping under the stars, opulent beachfront stays and private hinterland estates.
Rammed earth drawn from a nearby dam and repurposed timbers from a defunct local railway station make up the eco-luxury Mayan Farm, where intertwining villas sit perched on the hillside overlooking the rolling country backdrop of the nearby town of Kin Kin.
At the edge of the Noosa Everglades, lies the wilderness eco camp, Habitat Noosa, on Lake Cootharaba. Glamp, camp or shack up in well-appointed accommodation, and cruise the everglades, then finish up at the onsite pub, CootharaBAR, with craft beer brewed onsite.
Private luxury escapes don’t come more exclusive than Makepeace Island, a love heart-shaped piece of paradise nestled in an upper stretch of the Noosa River, with high-end luxury accommodation and a private chef.
Unique, romantic and eco-friendly, Oasis Noosa is a floating villa moored in a central, yet private enclave of the Noosa River. Watch the sunset over the hinterland in total seclusion from your waterfront balcony.
Escape the world at the sprawling bushland retreat, Beach Road Holiday Homes, a collection of eco-inspired beach houses on the Noosa North Shore, just moments from Noosa and yet a million miles from anywhere.
Affordable, friendly, and fun – you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a Palm Springs beach club at this Noosaville stay, which offers boutique private and shared accommodation to a hip young crowd, all centred around an Insta-worthy glass sided pool and sceney cocktail bar.
If it’s a bucket-list holiday you’re after, look no further than the opulent properties on the books of Noosa’s luxury holiday home providers. Jaw-dropping ocean views, private country estates and bespoke, tailored experiences are all within reach.
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