The warm weather and tropical climate; are some of the many reasons why tourists from all around the globe eagerly head to Noosa every year. However, all of that walking, playing and baking in the sun can take its toll; and there’s no better way to cool down than taking a refreshing swim. Fortunately, Noosa is heaven for swimmers, whether you’re a serious athlete or just looking to cool off.
Framed by the stunning coastline, the crystal clear waters of the ocean are too inviting to pass up. The beautiful Noosa main beach is a delightful place for a swim; with gentle waves and lifeguards patrolling all year round, making it ideal for families with children. Venture further to swim at more of Noosa’s exquisite beaches; Sunshine Beach, Sunrise Beach and Peregian Beach all allow swimmers to peacefully glide through the waves. Swimmers are safe in the knowledge that lifesavers are keeping a watchful eye over the scene.
The local aquatic centre
For those looking for a place to teach the kids to swim or somewhere to train; perhaps the Noosa Aquatic Centre would more appropriate. Enjoy multiple heated outdoor pools surrounded by the charming scenery of Noosa. With lanes and casual areas, swimming lessons, and water-based fitness classes, what more could you want?
Swimming for the more adventurous
The adventurous amongst us may be searching for somewhere truly unique to swim, and luckily Noosa never fails to deliver. If you’re up for a walk to truly earn that refreshing swim; the Fairy Pools could be the answer to your prayers. Nestled away in the breathtaking Noosa National Park, the Fairy Pools are two gorgeous natural tidal pools; with lovely corals and sponges to admire if you bring goggles. There is also a pretty cobbled beach close by; plus you will be surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the national park. What better place to simply relax and float?
The keen swimmers amongst us should time their visit to coincide with the Noosa Summer Swim; Queensland’s largest ocean swimming festival. The exciting two-day annual event involves ocean swims and beach activities for all ages and various abilities.