Noosa has some of the best longboarding waves in Australia. With many hidden coves and huge stretches of sandy shores, Noosa is the perfect surf escape. Get a wave all to yourself on the open beaches or surf the sheltered points in the National Park for some of the best waves of your life. When Tea Tree is going off, it really goes off, you won't be disaapointed. Head to the surfing section on the category page for our favorite picks or check back on the app home page from time to time, we will let you know when it is pumping.
Noosa National Park
After a recent overhaul with a whole heap of new trails, obstacles, ramps and all sorts, the Tewantin State Forest is a must for the biking fans out there. With tonnes of hills and routes to explore you will love it.
Tewantin State Forest
All aboard the Thriller speed boat for 500hp of excitement. One of the best ways to experience Noosa from the ocean. Blast around the National Park, jump waves and spot a huge array of wildlife.
Gympie Terrace Noosaville Australia
A spectacular thrill awaits you in Coolum if you are up for a serious adrenaline rush and have $400 to blow. From the plane you can see all the way from Brisbane to Fraser Island, jump out and free fall for 60 seconds and then calmly land right on the sand at Coolum Beach. Hell of a lot of fun.
Skydive Clubhouse/Kittyhawk Close Marcoola QLD Australia
Fancy something a little different? Stand up Paddle boarding (SUP) is a hoot for everyone, hire a board on the river on a calm day and test out your balance. A really enjoyable way to explore the waterways, or for those that are a little more adventurous head out on the ocean and try catch a few waves.
256 Gympie Terrace Noosaville Australia