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Things to do

Things to do – Noosa Main Beach:

One of the few beaches along Australia’s coastline that faces north. This beach is the best option for famillies or those who are not confident in the surf, as it has gentle waves and is patrolled by surf lifesavers! This is also the best place to take a surf lesson if you’re a beginner, as you don’t have to contend with big surf.Moderate waves and safe for swimming all year round, Main Beach is patrolled 365 days a year and is only steps away from famous Hastings Street shopping, accommodation, restaurants and bars

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Noosa Groyne This is the perfect spot where you can learn to surf with a world champion!! Noosa Learn To Surf have 2 sessions daily 9am and 1pm… just call the Visitor Information Centre for more Information 1 3000 NOOSA

Noosa Spit: This beach is a dedicated off-leash at all times dog beach and is also a popular locals picnic spot and  for river boats to pull in to spend the day.

National Park beaches: There are several beaches in the headland section of the Noosa National Park, up the hill from Hastings Street, including the unofficial nudist beach Alexandria Bay. These beaches are gorgeous, and again popular with surfers, but they are not patrolled, so you need to go carefully.

Sunshine Beach: Another patrolled beach, equally beautiful but with much bigger surf. The beach stretches for 15 kilometres and is very popular with surfers, particularly up towards the headland. Sunshine Beach is where a lot of Noosa’s many resident celebrities choose to live.

Sunrise Beach: is patrolled on summer weekends and during peak school holiday seasons. It’s also great for fishing and surfing.

Castaways Beach: has easy access and is popular with local surfers. An area between Castaways Beach and Marcus Beach is a dedicated off-leash dog area.

Marcus Beach: is close to Peregian, and while there is no patrolled swimming area, it has popular surfing breaks and is excellent for beach fishing. Off-leash at all times dog area.

Peregian Beach: About 10 kilometres south of Sunshine Beach, heading down the coast road, you’ll find Peregian, another patrolled surf beach. Peregian Beach has a great village feel and plenty of shops and cafes when you’ve had enough of the sand.

Coolum Beach: Coolum boasts one of the best beachside boardwalks on the Sunshine Coast, following the coastline for many kilometres. Coolum is perfectly positioned for fabulous views up and down the Coast and is one of the best land-based whale watching spots on the Sunshine Coast. Why not try a surf lesson or hire a surfboard, boogie board or stand-up paddle board on the beach.

Eastern beaches: The long, long stretch between Sunshine Beach and Peregian Beach is divided into Sunrise Beach, Castaways Beach and Marcus Beach. These beaches are not patrolled but are the place to go if you want plenty of space or a long walk on the sand. The stretch around Castaways and Marcus is also a designated dog walking beach, where you can let them off the lead, and is popular with kitesurfers.

Noosa North Shore: You can drive on this long stretch of beach on the northern side of Noosa (cross on the ferry at Tewantin), as well as fish, surf and camp. It’s known for its coloured sand cliffs and you feel like you’re miles away, even though it only takes about 10 minutes to get there.

Surf Spots in Noosa: The Noosa National Park has a number of sensational right hand, peeling breaks that attract surfers the world over. First Point has a perfect longboard break and on a medium sized swell it’s perfect for beginners. Further round the headland you will come across Tea Tree Bay and Granite Bay, a local favourite, these smaller beaches provide good surfing in the right conditions. If you continue around the headland, you will come across beautiful Alexandria Bay. This is a clothes optional beach and is one of the nicer sandy beaches in Noosa and it doesn’t get as busy as Main Beach in peak season. Sunrise Beach, Castaways Beach and Marcus Beach are just minutes from Noosa. Sunrise Beach is patrolled on summer weekends and during peak school holiday seasons. Castaways Beach has easy access and is popular with local surfers

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Things to do – Rainbow Beach :

Has something for everyone. Whether you’re the adventurous type or just like lying back and taking in the scenery.
The area is spoilt for choice due to being surrounded by an abundance of diverse natural assets.
Try our 4wd‘s on the beautiful beaches or in the surrounding national parks, or maybe you prefer walking and bird watching for which both these areas are famous.
Try boating or fishing in its many different forms in either the massive expanse of calm water in the Great Sandy Straits or the Pacific Ocean, right on our door step.
While your in the Pacific look into scuba diving at Wolf Rock.
The beautiful expanses of beach aren’t just used for lazing away the beautiful sun filled days, you can also ride the Lark, do a bit of surfing at Double Island Point or go for a Horse Ride on the beach.
If adrenalin is more your thing, why not take to the skies with skydiving, paragliding and hang gliding to choose from, there is something exciting for all tastes.

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Fraser Island: Watch these Latest Video’s about what to do on Fraser Island

http://www.environment.gov.au/heritage/places/world/fraser-island

http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/

 

 

 

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