Da Noosa a Coolum

Direttamente dalle pagine di una rivista, le sofisticate località balneari che vanno dal sud di Noosa a Coolum sono rinomate per i cavalloni da surf e per gli eccellenti ristoranti.

Mangiare. Shopping. Spa.
  • Socializzate con il gotha della ristorazione all'annuale festival internazionale della gastronomia.
  • Acquistate dolciumi e oggetti di artigianato del posto ai Peregian Markets e Noosa Farmer’s Market.
  • Curiosate nelle boutique eleganti e osservate la gente da un caffè sulla spiaggia o sciogliete lo stress con un trattamento di benessere e una passeggiata attraverso il Parco nazionale di Noosa.
Pausa nella natura
  • Passate la giornata in barca o kayak nelle Noosa Everglades, un paradiso per il birdwatching e parte della biosfera di Noosa riconosciuta dall'UNESCO.
  • Lucidate le mazze per una partita in uno dei migliori campi da golf del paese all’interno di un resort.
  • Camminate, andate in bicicletta o fate jogging sulla pista ciclabile costiera o godetevi i panorami a 360° sulla costa e sull'entroterra dall'alto di Mt. Coolum.

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Coolum Beach

Coolum Beach, Sunshine Coast Area
It’s not Everest – but Mount Coolum has its own claim to fame as the second largest rock in the world. A grand volcanic dome that offers 360 degree views of the region, the mountain presides over the landscape of leafy backstreets and this beautiful coastal town.

Boiling Pot

Sunshine Coast Area
Boiling Pot lookout is the first place on the Noosa National Park coastal track to enjoy the sweeping views from Noosa North Shore to the surf off Tea Tree Bay. Situated above a rocky outcrop, it offers an excellent vantage point to watch surfers, dolphins and even the occasional whale.

Noosa National Park

Noosa Heads, Noosa Area
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Nestled on the doorstep of the famous tourist town of Noosa, this popular park features some of South East Queensland's most picturesque scenery. Discover secluded beaches, rugged coastal features and views from the iconic headland at Noosa Heads.

Eumundi

Eumundi, Sunshine Coast Area
Every Saturday and Wednesday, come rain, hail or shine, the population of Eumundi explodes from 500 residents to several thousand as visitors flock to the markets. The Eumundi Markets were established in 1979 and are situated in the heart of this historic town.

Peregian Beach

Peregian Beach, Noosa Area
About 13 kilometres south of Noosa Heads, Peregian Beach is one of a string of lovely beaches between Noosa and Coolum. Just over the sand hills at the southern end of the beach you'll find Peregian Environmental Park, an area of wallum heath which bursts into a colourful profusion of wildflowers in spring.

Doonan

Doonan, Sunshine Coast Area
Nestled in the scenic Noosa Valley, Doonan is known for its charming bed-and-breakfasts, luxury villas and country retreats. These home-away-from-homes offer privacy, well-appointed rooms, rainforest settings, tennis, day spas, superb dining and a raft of activities.

Alexandria Bay

Noosa Heads, Noosa Area
You’ll find this dramatic sweep of golden sand and sparkling surf between Hells Gates and Devils Kitchen in Noosa National Park. It’s a three kilometre scenic hike to reach “A-Bay” (as the locals call it) and the beach’s isolation made it (until recently) a hotspot for those who enjoyed getting back to nature wearing nothing more than sunscreen.

Sunshine Reef

Sunshine Coast Area
Sunshine Reef is a wonderful dive site off Sunshine Beach, just south of Noosa on the Sunshine Coast. This rocky reef is deeper than other reefs in the Noosa area, so more suited to experienced divers, as depths vary from 25 metres to 33 metres.

Marcus Beach

Marcus Beach, Noosa Area
Noosa’s eastern beaches, while not patrolled by surf life savers, are popular with locals and visitors alike for a more relaxed beach experience. These great beaches are found between Sunshine and Peregian Beaches.

Hell's Gates

Sunshine Coast Area
Free Entry
The dramatically named Hell’s Gates is a high bluff with spectacular views of the coastline north to Double Island Point and south over Alexandria Bay. Visit this area during July to November to view migrating whales.
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