Peregian Beach welcomes a relaxing and slower pace compared to its neighbouring suburbs. Set just south of Sunshine Beach, it is a picturesque and calm beach with natural park closing in on the shoreline.
Home to a mix of holiday houses and resorts; Peregian Beach also offers a variety of self-contained accommodation options, to enjoy a relaxing and tranquil holiday. Peregian Village Square is the heart of the town, with restaurants, shops and cafes tucked under leafy trees, creating a beautiful, natural ambience. Peregian Main Beach is patrolled all year round, making it an excellent choice for families. Lake Weyba borders the town, connecting on to Noosa Head's estuary. The lake's proximity makes it a popular choice of day trip to take in the beautiful environment.
Visit Peregian Beach for a quiet, family escape to enjoy the natural surroundings on offer.
Sails Lifestyle Resort is located on the coast between Coolum and Noosa, a 3-minute walk from Peregian Beach. It offers a heated outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi and apartments with a full kitchen.
Apartments come with laundry facilities, a DVD player and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The kitchen has an oven, a fridge and tea/coffee making facilities. A patio with garden views is featured in all rooms.
The staff at the tour desk can assist with making travel arrangements. The property has a barbecue area with shades.
Resort Sails Lifestyle is within 5 km of Coolum and the Peregian Springs Golf Club. It is a 10-minute drive from Coolum Beach and 19 km from Sunshine Airport.
Located just 1.1 km from Peregian Beach, Grand Cru provides accommodation in Peregian Beach with access to free bikes, a terrace, as well as a 24-hour front desk. This holiday home features a private pool, a garden, barbecue facilities, free WiFi and free private parking.
Featuring a DVD player, the holiday home has a kitchen with a dishwasher, a microwave and a fridge, a living room with a seating area and a dining area, 5 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms with a hot tub and a shower. A flat-screen TV with satellite channels is provided.
The nearest airport is Sunshine Coast Maroochydore, 20 km from the holiday home, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
Situated on the shores of Lake Weyba, each of these cottages features free WiFi, a double spa bath with views, air-conditioning and wood fire place (for winter only). Relax on your verandah and enjoy dinner served by your own private chef.
The Lake Weyba Cottages Noosa are a 15-minute drive from the centre of Noosa and just 5 minutes’ drive from beautiful Peregian Beach. Sunshine Coast Airport is 20 km away.
Guests enjoy complimentary use of canoes, mountain bikes, fishing rods and a DVD library. You can relax with a massage, body treatment or facial in the privacy of your own cottage.
Individually decorated and furnished by local craftsmen, each self-catering cottage is set within its own garden and features wooden floors, water views, LCD digital TV and a home theatre system.
Feel less like a tourist and more like a local on the Sunshine Coast by spending a Sunday in Peregian Beach, located between Noosa and Coolum. This small beach village is centrally located and easy to cruise along the streets barefoot with a kind of buzzing relaxation you’re bound to find contagious.
Peregian Beach is considered by many to be a gem, and it’s easy to see why with it’s uncrowded beaches and pristine waters. Bordering the Noosa National Park on one end and Lake Weyba National Park to the east, we suggest swapping the bustling vibes of Noosa for something a little more relaxed. You can get there quickly by car, or by cycling from Noosa, taking in scenic views on a 7km paved bike path.
Join this vibrant, family-friendly community by walking about the town, dancing in the village square, or going for a swim on their patrolled beaches. We suggest heading to Peregian Beach on the 1st or 3rd Sunday of every month to take advantage of one, two, or dare we say both, of the town’s main events. The first are the Peregian Beach Markets on Kingfisher Drive. Stock up on crafts and local art, fresh produce and fare to pack a picnic for the day. Stay a bit longer and enjoy the Peregian Originals, a concert in the park from 1 to 4pm. You won’t find any covers here, as artists are encouraged to perform their original songs and tunes.
Eat like a local at Periwinkle Cafe, or scoop up some delectable pastries from Le Bon Delice. Or you can play gardener for a day and check out Veggie Village, a community garden filled with organic produce. If you want to do more than take in the view, Peregian Beach also provides access to Emu Mountain from Havana Road.
Peregian Beach consists of a strong patchwork of an eclectic community, filled with plenty of artists, vintage shops, and markets to captivate your attention. With just a stone's throw from Noosa, be sure to add this place to your Sunshine Coast itinerary for an authentic afternoon.
Whether you’re heading to Noosa from Brisbane, or en route back home the other way, making a stop at Peregian Markets will leave your bags filled to the brim and a memory of the strong network that make up the town of Peregian Beach. For incredibly local fare, the Peregian Markets have been around welcoming locals and tourists into their community with goods, crafts, and festivities for families and individuals travelling through.
The Peregian Markets take place every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. In months with five Sundays, an extra market will be held during the summer months. Reserved for early or late mornings, be sure to get there between 7 am and 12:30 pm. Centrally located, the market is held within the square of Kingfisher Park. Before you head to the markets, head to a cafe down the road for breakfast, or take a quick swim in the waters of Peregian Beach.
If you decide to stay longer, you can make a day out of the markets as they transition into “Peregian Originals” a traditional concert. This longstanding event challenges local musicians to showcase their newest tunes with only original songs and lyrics. This is a popular excursion for families that want to settle down in the park, bringing a blanket and picnic goods purchased from the markets.
The Peregian Markets are a truly local affair, with stalls and vendors showcasing upcycled or handmade goods tailored to their own flair. Find any number of fashionable streetwear, pottery, artwork, jewellery, and gifts. Local organic produce, and homemade pastries, bread, and pickled sauerkraut and other creations are commonly found to stock your pantry or find the perfect condiment you didn’t know you needed.
As the market is right in town, you can extend your shopping experience into the boutiques, shops, and cafes in Peregian Beach. Nibble on homemade goods found at the market or pop into a gourmet inspired cafe for the ultimate breakfast or late lunch. Tourists often blend right in with the local community, as its thriving markets embrace lively energy that's bound to be contagious.