Noosa accommodation guide is here!
Noosa is the most northerly resort community of the Sunshine Coast and arguably the most well-known holiday accommodation destination. This area extends from Peregian Beach to Noosaville on the banks of the Noosa River and includes the localities of Marcus Beach, Sunrise Beach, Sunshine Beach, and Noosa Heads.
Noosa Heads communities consist of Little Cove (bordering on Noosa National Park), Hastings Street (the boutique resort street), Noosa Sound and Noosa Junction (the principal commercial area) and Noosa Hill (extensive views of Laguna Bay and Noosa river estuary). The Noosa map page will give you an all around idea of where these locations are in relations to Noosa.
Noosa Holiday Accommodation
While most of the holiday accommodation is situated along the coastal strip, there are many other interesting locations in village communities within 15 to 20 minutes drive from the main resort area and beaches. Some visitors prefer to hire a houseboat holiday on the Noosa River.
Noosa is one of the few places in Australia that is famous for preserving the natural environment and integrating it with the most modern holiday accommodation and amenities that subsequently attracts over a quarter of a million visitors each year. The bushland and its natural creatures are 'right at the front door' and many visitors spend their time 'walking with nature'; others relax in one of the many fine dining establishments or go shopping at the many fashion houses.
Away from Noosa's accommodation centre
World-Heritage-listed Fraser Island is only a day-tour away in modern 4-wheel-drive vehicles; experienced drivers call for you at your holiday accommodation and provide you with an ecologically informative adventure on the world's largest sand island with its ancient vegetation and wildlife.
Cooloola National Park is only an afternoon cruise into the Noosa River Everglades - or take longer and enjoy a sumptuous barbeque lunch on a river-bank picnic area.