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Hastings Street runs along Noosa main beach. Some of the hotels and apartment blocks are on the beach and others not. Hastings Street also has excellent restaurants and shops. If you want to be in the centre of the action then Hastings Street is the place. Hasting Street saw a major redevelopment recently with car & pedestrian shared areas, landscaping and beautified footpaths & seating. The boardwalk on the beach side of Hastings Street has also been recently renovated. Add to this the Surf Lifesaving Club redevelopment and Tourism Noosa's new award winning visitor centre you have a modern sophisticated tourist street. A great place to stay!
Little Cove is the area that borders Noosa National Park and overlooks Laguna Bay. A boardwalk runs from Hastings Street all through the Little Cove area to the national park. Little Cove accommodation made up of apartments & units is hidden in the foliage, on the hillside providing in most cases splendid ocean views. The Little Cove beach is a small well structured beach reached from the boardwalk. This is a great area to stay, especially if you enjoy walking in the national park and yet it is only a five minute walk down the hill to Hastings Street.
Noosaville accommodation is mostly found alongside the Noosa River. Noosaville is popular due to river views, BBQ spots and little beaches great for young children. A thriving restaurant and growing nightlife scene is happening and Noosaville has a full range of excellent restaurants. Most of these restaurants are found on Gympie Terrace, overlooking the river or in popular Thomas Street. Transport to Hastings Street and the Main Beach can be bus or ferry. Noosaville is an excellent choice for holiday accommodation, very popular for those with young families and also very popular with longer staying holiday makers - those escaping colder climates!
Just to confuse, Noosa Heads is the correct name for the area that includes Hastings Street, Noosa Junction and Noosa Sound which too many means Noosa. For Noosa eguide listings we have separated out Hastings Street and Noosa Sound to make the list shorter as most Noosa accommodation is in Noosa Heads. Noosa Head listings include the area immediacy behind Hastings Street heading towards Noosa Junction. This includes a good collection of Noosa accommodation on Noosa Hill. A hill that rises up from Hastings Street with an excellent walking path. Many of these properties have good views over Laguna Bay. Some are very large and make good use of the space they have available which is more limited on Hastings Street. It is a short walk to Noosa main beach from the Noosa Heads properties. Also a short walk to Noosa Junction where you will find the main shopping area for Noosa.
Noosa Sound is the area on the river between Noosaville and Hastings Street. A strip of land surrounded by water it is the location of many luxury homes that face the Noosa river. Most of the accommodation is found on Noosa Parade which is the road which runs parallel to Noosa river. There is a good restaurant and small shopping area at Quamby Place. It is possible to walk from Noosa Sound to Hastings Street and also to Noosaville.
Noosa Junction is the main shopping area of Noosa. Located at the junction of Noosa Drive and Sunshine Beach Road. To reach Noosa main beach and Hastings Street involves a walk up and down a hill or a short bus ride.
For those that want Pacific views and wide expansive beaches the accommodation at Sunshine Beach will suit well. This area is about 5 minutes drive from Hastings Street with regular buses, or if you are energetic a good walk either via Noosa Junction or via the National Park. Just up the hill from Sunshine Beach is a lively restaurant and cafe scene and small shops. The Surf Life Saving Club is popular with visitors with its long beach views and good food. The beach at Sunshine is patrolled by lifeguards year round making it a popular beach for both swimmers and surfers.
Peregian Beach is to the South of Sunshine Beach and has a surf life saving club, a shopping centre and a few restaurants. Peregian Beach allows easy access to the other resorts on the Sunshine Coast. We have included accommodation for Marcus Beach which lies to the North of Peregian Beach in this section of Noosa eguide.
The Noosa Hinterland is the general name given to the area of Noosa Shire that is not on the coast. Noosa Hinterland consists of the villages of Eumundi, Cooroy, Pomona, Yandina, Boreen Point, Doonan and Noosa Valley. Noosa Hinterland is a tranquil beautiful area and a contrast to Noosa Heads which is much busier and developed. For those wanting quiet tranquil, quality accommodation Noosa Hinterland is a very sensible alternative if you have a car. From most properties the drive to Noosa Heads is under 15 minutes. Scattered in the Noosa Hinterland are a number of excellent restaurants.
Noosa Valley is located in the beautiful Noosa Hinterland just before you enter Noosa. Noosa Valley is a very pleasant alternative to the more crowded Noosa and has a number of delightful small friendly places to stay. Many are very upmarket bed and breakfast establishments set in beautiful tranquil surroundings. The drive to Noosa is about 12minutes and to Eumundi about 6 minutes.
Doonan is located in the beautiful Noosa Hinterland just before you enter Noosa and is an alternative name for Noosa Valley. You will find a number of delightful small friendly places to stay. Many are very upmarket bed and breakfast establishments set in beautiful tranquil surroundings. The drive to Noosa is about 10 minutes and to Eumundi about 15 minutes.
Boreen point is a small village about 30 minutes drive from Noosa located on the shores of Lake Cootharaba. In this region you will find Bed & Breakfast establishments, an historic pub and also camp grounds.
Eumundi has been made famous by the Eumundi markets on Wednesday and Saturday. It is a small village 20km from Noosa and 120km from Brisbane. Eumundi is located close to the turnoff on the Bruce Highway. For those wanting a rural location Eumundi accommodation is a popular choice.
Yandina is located in the Noosa Hinterland and made famous with its association with Ginger. Yandina has some famous restaurants.
Tewantin is the administrative centre for Noosa Shire. The Noosa Marina is located in this area, it has restaurants, boat hire, shops & an excellent wine bar. You can also catch the ferry for a trip up the river at the Marina. Tewantin is located about 10 minutes drive from Hastings Street and Noosa main beach.
Cooroy is a small village about 20 minutes drive from Noosa. The village is developing fast and has a number of good restaurants and shops. Cooroy has a number of country retreats that provide a tranquil and different experience to the busier Noosa.
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