Ideal duration: 2-4 Days
Best Time: September to November Read More
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Home to pristine beaches and lush greenery, Noosa is considered the main highlight of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. It is also home to the Noosa Everglades, an exotic labyrinth of lakes and rivers among lush wetlands, one of the only two everglades in the world.
The Noosa Everglades are one of a kind, offering travellers the most serene eco-tourism experience as they kayak through the rivers and admire the unique flora of the area. It is a haven for bird-watchers, with the chance to encounter more than 40% of native Australian bird species. The bustling and vibrant Noosa Heads is home to upmarket designer boutiques on Hastings Street, unique crafts at Eumundi Markets and the serene coastal beauty of Laguna Bay. Travellers can enjoy the best of Queensland’s seafood at the posh restaurants in the area, or relax at one of the many luxurious villas that dot the area. The Noosa National Park lies ahead, with vast bushland scenery that looks out onto the rugged coast extending out to the varied shades of blue of the ocean. Laguna Lookout would be the perfect spot to capture the true beauty of Noosa’s coast and the picturesque Noosa Heads. Travellers also have the chance to experience a true experience from the past through the Noosa Woody Tour, where they will be offered a four-hour tour of the area aboard a restored 1946 Ford Woody. Noosaville offers a more relaxing holiday, with the nearby Lake Weyba providing travellers with the option of enjoying a fun boat ride or having a picnic in the surrounding areas. The more adventurous travellers can head over to the hinterland of Noosa, where they can take their pick of climbing Mount Tinbeerwah or venture further ahead to take in the beauty of the Cooran Tablelands.