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On the Sunshine Coast in Queensland sits Twin Waters, a town with a relaxed beachside vibe, endless sun, and endless sea. Being close to Noosa, Twin Waters is a fantastic place to base yourself in order to explore the region while also enjoying the quiet serenity of a small town by the sea. And with Twin Waters hotels right by the ocean, we're confident you'll make the most of your Twin Waters getaway with an Accor hotel.
Why visit Twin Waters
Twin Waters boasts not only a number of pristine natural beaches, but also national parks, rivers, and rolling hills so there's something for everyone. Adrenaline junkies will appreciate the kite surfing and seaplane tours, the fishing safaris and the biking and speedboat adventures. Art and culture lovers need look no further than Noosa, where there is an art gallery or artist studio at almost every turn, including the main public art gallery, Noosa Regional Gallery.
When is the best time to visit Twin Waters
Choosing when to visit Twin Waters depends on what you want to enjoy while you visit. The town boasts temperate weather all year long, so visiting in the winter months may mean the opportunity to wander through town with only a light jacket. July to September typically has the lowest rainfall, and many tourists choose to visit when they can forgo an umbrella. Festivals are also common in the region throughout the year, including the Noosa Long Weekend Festival every July and the Noosa Jazz Festival in September. So you may want to choose when you visit Twin Waters to suit the events schedule of the region.
Free things to do in Twin Waters
Beaches No matter when you visit Twin Waters, one of the most popular free things to do is a visit to the beach to explore the fantastic Sunshine Coast. Bring your swimsuit and splash about on the sandy shoreline, or bring your fishing rod and try your hand at the local fishing scene. Parks Twin Waters boasts not only a number of pristine natural beaches, but also national parks, rivers, and rolling hills. Bring a kite and have a fun day in one of the parks.
Fun things to do in Twin Waters
Canoe hire Hire a canoe or kayak and some paddles and explore the beauty of the Sunshine Coast from the water itself. Race across the water or float downstream, the beauty of a canoe or kayak is that you can paddle at whatever speed suits you. Snorkelling Some of the best views on the Sunshine Coast are found below the water's surface. If you bring your own gear and you're a confident swimmer and diver, you can snorkel the coast for free. For less experienced divers, there are snorkelling and diving adventures with a guide to help you make the most of the natural beauty of the region.
Where to eat & drink in Twin Waters
Sola Bar & Restaurant is purpose-designed for the Sunshine Coast, with outdoor dining spaces and a menu built around ingredients to capture the magic and warmth of the Australian coast. The Loose Goose is a local favourite, with modern food and drink set in a light-filled atrium. Flawsome Café is a must-visit for coffee-lovers looking to get their fix, with locally-roasted coffee and delicious breakfast staples.
Where to stay in Twin Waters
When choosing your Twin Waters accommodation, a coastal resort ticks plenty of boxes. The Novotel Sunshine Coast Resort instantly transports you, forcing you to leave behind your regular worries as you relax in a sunny, seaside getaway. Relax by the private saltwater lagoon and manicured gardens (often frequented by the local wildlife) before grabbing dinner at the on-site restaurant. If a resort isn't your style, The Sebel Twin Waters might just be. The Sebel Twin Waters is a collection of self-contained beach houses and apartments that are perfect for anyone looking to create their home away from home when visiting Twin Waters. Spectacular beaches and the sparkling Maroochy river surround you for fantastic views in any direction, all paired with modern amenities and essentials to make your stay effortless.