Noosaville sits between Tewantin and Noosa Heads. Just a five-minute drive from Noosa Heads otherwise for a more scenic route, take the ferry from Hasting’s Street connecting the area too. The Noosa River traces its way through the town, with dining options focused around the riverfront and water activities as the main attraction.
At sunrise, make your way down to the river and watch rowers glide across the water as the birds begin to sing. Once you’ve had your coffee along the riverfront, get ready to dive into the water and hire a jet ski, kayak or boat for the day. Spend hours navigating along the glistening river or instead swim at one of the designated swimming spots. For a unique experience, opt for a sunset cruise or fully catered daytime cruise to indulge in the scenery around you too.
For the foodies, you’ll find a hub of restaurants along Gympie Terrace and Thomas Street serving up contemporary Australian fare, along with around the world cuisine. Or for a local experience, grab some fish and chips and have a picnic along the river as the sun goes down.
Local designers and surf stores are in abundance, and you can find them along Gympie Terrace, Gibson Street, Thomas Street or Mary Street. Further on into the Industrial Estate discover furniture and design stores, coffee roasters and local breweries. You’ll also be able to find major shopping centres with many supermarkets in the area if you plan on staying for a while.
Noosaville acts as a central point between other areas in the region, if you’re looking for a more relaxed and local experience while being able to discover the other natural wonders that the area has to offer, then this is the place for you. Discover the mix of experiences that Noosaville brings, perfect for families and groups with its choice of self-contained holiday accommodation and water activities to explore.