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Noosa epitomises the Aussie way of life; balmy weather, green hinterland and gorgeous sandy beaches. Those that visit Noosa always seem to return for more, falling in love with the endless summer vibes and bustling Hastings Street which offers an abundance of ice creameries, cafes and boutique shopping options. Take comfortable footwear to explore the lush surrounding National Parks and keep an eye out for the incredible array of wildlife in the area. Whether you're travelling for business or pleasure, don't forget our Best Price Guarantee means that you can be sure of booking at the best rate.

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Why visit Noosa

A breathtaking, tropical town located in sunny North Queensland, Noosa is a low-key city that celebrates the finer things in life. Art, music, delicious food, and warm days spent on beautiful beaches can be found in abundance on Noosa's serene shores. In such a walkable city, it's easy to access the finest restaurants and the most stunning natural landscapes. Everywhere you turn there's an art museum to get lost in or a hiking trail to explore.

Best time to visit Noosa

Noosa has a tropical climate so in terms of weather, you can essentially visit year-round depending on what you are wanting out of your trip. The best time to visit Noosa is around spring (September to November). The temperature starts to heat up while the wet weather is minimal. Of course visiting in summer gets you those hot tropical summer days but there can be rainfall. The temperatures drop in winter but it is still comfortable for most people though possibly a bit too cold to swim for some.

Getting around Noosa

Getting around the main parts of Noosa on foot is easy enough, and there are free buses that take you around the central parts of Noosa over the peak travel times in December and January. In non-peak travel times, public buses are still available for a fee. For a more scenic option, hop on a Noosa ferry to get to some key destinations.

What to do in Noosa

Start your holiday off right with a steaming cup of the freshest coffee, then spend the morning looking for koalas at Noosa National Park, before finally relaxing into the evening at Noosa Main Beach. Of course, no trip to Noosa is complete without exploring the only everglades in Australia, where you'll encounter all kinds of marine life, birds and reptiles. And Noosa hasn't forgotten about the thrill-seekers, with activities like kite surfing, seaplane tours, fishing safaris, biking, and speedboat adventures.

Free things to do in Noosa

Beach swim Cool down with a refreshing ocean dip at one of Noosa's lovely beaches. Noosa main beach is a popular beach both for its beauty and convenient location right by Noosa's main strip, Hastings Street. A little further away, but no less beautiful, you'll find Sunshine Beach which is patrolled year round. Noosa National Park Noosa National Park covers 4,000 hectares and offers no shortage of tracks, trails and lookouts. For a more challenging walk, with pristine views as a reward, head for Emu Mountain or Laguna Lookout.

Fun things to do in Noosa

Noosa Everglades One of only two everglades systems in the world, the Noosa Everglades are a must-see for anyone visiting Noosa. This network of waterways and wetlands offers tranquillity and breathtaking beauty. Unlike the Florida Everglades, which contains alligators, you can swim and enjoy the water in Noosa Everglades. The best way to appreciate this marvel of nature is by boat or kayak so hit up some locals or arrange an eco-friendly tour. Hit the local markets Hosted year-round every Wednesday and Saturday, Eumundi Markets offer local art, crafts and produce for those wanting to immerse themselves in the local culture. From handmade pottery to unique jewellery to cheap eats, the Eumundi Markets have something for everyone and are a great way to spend a lazy morning shopping, eating and drinking.

Where to eat & drink in Noosa

Hastings Street is the main street in Noosa and the most convenient way to hit a large amount of cafes, bars and shops in no time at all. Start your morning at Hastings Street Bakery for an award winning pie and your morning caffeine hit. If your taste runs more in the health food direction, head to Blended Health Bar for some ethical, organic and vegan goods to nourish your day. When you're heading out in the evening for a bite to eat, you can't go past seaside eats at Bistro C. With its chic interiors and fresh menu, this is the perfect spot for a glass of wine overlooking the ocean.

Where to stay in Noosa

Rest up for another day of adventuring at one of Accor's Noosa hotels. Any time of year is a good time of year to book a Noosa resort and take a break from the stresses of life. Discover our selection of luxury to budget hotels in Noosa for your next family holiday, business trip or weekend getaway. For our Best Price Guarantee make sure you book your Noosa accommodation with Accor.

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