After long, hot days of surfing the thrilling waves and hiking through stunning national parks, what do you do in Noosa after the sun goes down? Fortunately, Noosa isn’t ALL about the sun, sea, and sand – tempting restaurants, stylish bars, and lively nightclubs also make for an exciting nightlife. The vibe is relaxed and chilled out, as you would expect in Noosa, allowing you to continue to forget all your cares and just enjoy the night.
Hastings Street is home to several exquisite restaurants, with one of the longest running being Cafe Le Monde. Enjoy delicious seafood, meat or vegetarian dishes from their seasonal a la carte menu as you sip on classic cocktails and craft beers, with a side of live music on Thursdays and a DJ on Saturdays. Visit Noosa Waterfront Restaurant and Bar for charming views of the Noosa River as you dine on modern Italian cuisine and sip European wines, in elegant surroundings. For something completely different, indulge in dinner on the Noosa Cruiser Restaurant and Bar. Enjoy a three-course meal and drinks as you tour the gorgeous Noosa waterways whilst the sun sets.
After dinner, it’s time to sample some of Noosa’s best bars. Noosa Heads Surf Club Bar is a perfect place to relax and enjoy some refreshing drinks overlooking the beautiful beach. Visit on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday for live music from local musicians, or come on a Wednesday or Thursday to sing your heart out at Karaoke. Bistro C is another lovely beachside spot to sip on a fruity cocktail or a glass of wine from their extensive wine list.
If you want to kick on and amp things up a bit, there are a few fun nightclubs around in Noosa. Open until 2am, Lagarto Lounge offers a cocktail bar/ nightclub experience with talented mixologists, premium spirits, and music that will make you want to dance.
Since 1990, Rolling Rock nightclub has been serving up live rock and club beats in the heart of Hastings Street. It may only be open Wednesday-Sunday, but you can party until 3am here if you’re up for it.