What to do
PLEASE NOTE: THIS INFORMATION IS CORRECT AT THE TIME OF PUBLICATION, AND ALL CARE HAS BEEN TAKEN TO UPDATE INFORMATION WHEN AVAILABLE. PLEASE CHECK WITH INDIVIDUAL OPERATORS WHETHER ACTIVITIES ARE STILL GOING AHEAD.
Please support Noosa’s wonderful businesses – the restaurants, bars, cafes, boutiques, retailers, gift shops and tours – they’re doing a wonderful job and need your help now.
Read our Isolation Eats blog below with details on just a few restaurants that have added a takeaway or delivery service so you can continue to enjoy their fabulous food and drink – but please check with the individual business for updates. Why not order a takeaway and support a local business? Of course, if you’re feeling unwell, please stay in.
Many of our fave Noosa restaurants and cafes are back and welcoming diners in. Check out Eat Local Noosa on Facebook or Instagram or see eatlocalnoosa.com.au or our dining-in blog and get your mouth watering. Make sure you phone to book first as the 10 diners maximum limit means they book out quickly. See a few of our top picks below
Heads of Noosa Brewery at 85 Rene St, Noosaville has 10-person Taproom Sessions on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, with beer, wine and food included. Book in for a Friday night footy session with the NRL on the big screen!
It’s $69pp for a 2-hour session and this weekend’s special is Venezuelan Arepas. Book at headsofnoosa.com.au/book-online or call 1300 1 HEADS. Takeaway beer and food also available
Noosa Boathouse, right on the Noosa River, Gympie Tce, Noosaville, has fresh and cooked local seafood back on the menu with their amazing 3-tiered seafood tower for 2 – available for dine-in lunch and dinner every day for $155 per couple.
They also have a 4-course choice menu ($59pp) every day, and the regular a la carte menu for lunch and dinner during the week (except Friday dinner). Stunning river views from every seat – and spectacular sunsets. Book at noosaboathouse.com.au or call 5440 5070 - limited seating and sitting times apply
If you don't nab a seat at a table, plenty of our best restaurants are also offering takeaway. Just stop by one of Noosa's beautiful beaches (look out for whales from the eastern beaches), find a grassy place along the Noosa River foreshore or a lake, or a quiet hinterland spot and ... hello picnic with a Noosa view! See eatlocalnoosa.com.au for some of the restaurants now offering takeaway
has created a list of 'must-try' takeaways to keep you well-fed over the coming weeks!
Work your way through this delicious list and enjoy relaxing nights in! All Hastings Street venues are taking extra precautions to keep their customers and staff safe.
Hungry for even more? Check out Eat Local Noosa
The sunrises and sunsets lately have been more magical than usual and one of the most spectacular sights is seeing the Noosa River bathed in gold, pink and orange as the sun peeks over the Noosa headland. Take a walk along the river foreshore that runs along Gympie Terrace, Noosaville around 6.30am to catch the sunrise.
Grab a coffee from one of the espresso windows by the river to warm you up, or a takeaway breakfast from one of the restaurants lining the street
The Eumundi Drive-in is back, thanks to Starry Nights Outdoor Movies and The Imperial Hotel Eumundi with a screening of The Goonies on Friday 5 June at the Eumundi Showgrounds (gates open at 5pm, screening at 6.30pm). Cost is $25 per car and bookings are essential as spaces are limited (no bookings at the gate). Pre-book at ticketebo.com.au/starrynights. The Imperial has great takeaways for a car picnic!
Take a shopping spree around Noosa’s villages, with many of our retailers open again and ready to welcome you. Discover the unique boutiques, galleries and homewares from Hastings Street to Noosa Junction, Noosaville’s riverfront Gympie Tce and industrial precinct, surfside villages of Peregian and Sunshine Beach, and out to the hinterland towns of Cooroy, Pomona, Cooran and Kin Kin where you can uncover a treasure or two
Join Miss Moneypenny's Noosa for part 4 of Lockdown Noosa Ocean Beats Live, this Saturday 30 May, 4-5.30pm. Groove to the live stream on Facebook or Instgram from resident DJ Avor, coming to you from the beachfront of Fairshore's luxury apartments on Noosa's Main Beach. There'll be '80s new wave synth pop, tropical house and deep house essentials, all to the amazing views of Noosa.
So settle in wherever you are, mix your favourite cocktail, sit back and relax for the sights of a spectacular Noosa sunset with incredible tunes straight into your lounge room. Miss Moneypenny's Noosa are also open for dine-in and takeaway - book on 5474 9999 or missmoneypennysnoosa.com/reservation/
Get together, get some exercise and get food and drink - all in the one spot! Saw & Mill in Cooroy, in the Noosa hinterland now has Barefoot Bowls Parties for up to 10 people, with 1½ hours of barefoot bowls on their greens, a drink on arrival and platters including cheese and fruit, charcutier and seafood. They provide all the gear and instructions. Cost is $40 per person - you don't even need to bring shoes! Party times available from Tuesday to Saturday, 2-3.30pm or 3.30-5pm. Book on 5472 0907. They’re also open for lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Saturday for dine-in (bookings recommended) or takeaway. See sawandmill.com.au
Honey Ant Gallery in Noosa Heads is now open with quality Aboriginal art from Central Australia. All paintings come with a Certificate of Authenticity and information on the artist. Phone 0409 262 023 for an appointment to view, and see honeyantgallery.com
We encourage you to seek urgent health advice if you are feeling unwell. Health services in Noosa and surrounding areas are excellent, so you can be sure to receive the best care in the event of a health concern. Local medical services can be found here.