Hastings Street restaurants
Hastings Street, the street that runs alongside Noosa Main beach has grown into a world famous centre for dining and attracts diners from all over the World. Some great restaurants line Hastings Street, some look out over the sea and others tucked in little corners providing a romantic tropical feel. They bustle with life and activity. Restaurants are often busy and so please remember to book. Famous Chefs work at many of the restaurants and work hard to provide some of the best dining experiences in Australia. Combine that with the highly professional management and cheerful waiting staff and you will be sure of a memorable experience.
The area along the river "Gympie Terrace" and some of the side streets has many good restaurants. These restaurants are well patronised by locals and tourists. Noosaville restaurants offer good value dining and cater for all tastes and budgets. Whether you want Thai, Turkish, Italian, Indian, Chinese, Modern Australian, Malaysian, Japanese, or just fish and chips it's all on the river at Noosaville. There are a few restaurants on Weyba Road in Noosaville. If you are staying in Hastings Street the Noosa ferry provides a pleasant means of transport from
Noosa Sound restaurants
The main restaurants on Noosa Sound are located at Quamby Place, about 10 minutes walk from Hastings Street along Noosa Parade. This is a great place to eat and popular with the locals. Noosa Sound restaurants look out on the Noosa river. The Noosa ferry stops at Noosa Sound and you step direct off the ferry into the restaurants on Noosa Sound by taking the ferry from the Noosa Sheraton or Noosa Harbor.
Noosa Marina Restaurants
Noosa Harbour is a stop for the ferry and well worth visiting. Within the complex are several restaurants, takeaways, cafes and a wine bar. Noosa Harbour is popular with locals, relaxed and good value. Noosa Harbour restaurants can be reached by the Noosa ferry direct from the Noosa Sheraton. There is plenty of parking at Noosa Harbour.
Noosa Junction restaurants
Noosa Junction is the primary shopping area of Noosa and contains a number of smaller restaurants and cafes that offer good value and are popular with the locals. Noosa Junction is over the hill from Hastings Street on the way to Sunshine Beach.
Sunshine Beach restaurants
Sunshine beach has a collection of small but great restaurants located close to the beach. Sunbus connects from the Transit centre in Noosa Heads. Most of the restaurants are on or very close to Duke Street which overlooks the Pacific Ocean.
Boreen Point Restaurants
Boreen Point is about 30 minutes drive from Noosa and is a small pleasant village on the shores of Lake Cootharaba. It has limited dining but does have the famous Apollonian Hotel and the Kabi Golf Course which offers organic lunches.
Cooroy is a country town with a difference with award-winning streetscapes creating a sophisticated and artistic village atmosphere about a 20 minute drive from Noosa Heads. Take the time to visit and enjoy a meal or a drink at one of the many fine Cooroy cafes, bistros and restaurants.
Eumundi has a number of restaurants and cafe and is very active on market days on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Eumundi is about a 30 minute drive from Noosa
There are several restaurants at Doonan which is on the main Noosa Eumundi road about 10 minutes drive from Noosa. The area is also known as Noosa Valley.
Peregian Beach Restaurants
Peregian Beach is located to the south of Noosa on the coast. A small community with a number of restaurants, cafes and shops.
There are several dining opportunities in Tewantin whether vibrant cafe, historical hotel or clubs. Click on the active links below to find out more.
Yandina, 20 minutes drive from Noosa, has some excellent award winning restaurants. Spirit House was voted Australian Restaurant of the Year 2005 in the Australian tourism awards.