Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or proud urbanite, the endless beaches, national parks, active adventures, and lively cultural environment mean you’ll never run out of things to do. Explore at will, knowing that Costa Nova is ready to welcome you back.
At the northern end of Sunshine Beach is the start of the spectacular Noosa National Park Coastal Walk with a vast network of tracks ready to be explored. Accessible and beautiful, its coastal and rainforest paths are well-worn by hikers, runners, surfers and nature enthusiasts. Walk your way from Sunshine Beach to Hastings Street for a well earned breakfast or lunch.
Located in Venture Drive, Noosaville this family friendly new site boasts a spectacular range of delicious, premium chocolate all freshly made on the premises, as well as awesome local coffee. The range includes milk, dark, very dark, white and ruby chocolate, rustic chocolate slabs with fruit jellies, nuts, berries, honeycomb and brittle, as well as Turkish Delight and their famous Rocky Road.
Noosa is one of nine World Surfing Reserves and is the perfect location to learn to surf. Conditions are ideal with warm water, safe beaches and with great waves all year round. So take a group lesson or a one on one and get out there.
Cycle along Noosa’s coastal and hinterland roads and trails. You can join a guided tour with a local expert or go your own way. If you're into mountain biking take a ride to the top of Mt Tinbeerwah or try the 100+ kms of the Noosa Trail Network.
Whether you’ve got a passion for wildlife, an appreciation for architecturally designed homes or you simply enjoy having a wine as the sun sets, you are going to love cruising on the Noosa River. This is the best way to see the iconic Noosa sunset.
Each year the humpback whales migrate up Queensland’s coast and back to Antarctica through Noosa’s waters between June through to end of October. Whales and their newborn calves can be spotted from Sunshine Beach to Sunrise, Peregian and Coolum, as well as Noosa National Park headland.
See the iconic sights on a day trip to UNESCO World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. Walk through towering subtropical rainforest, swim in pristine freshwater lakes, hike across ancient sand blows and discover the Maheno shipwreck on 75 Mile Beach – all part of the natural wonderland of K'gari - Fraser Island. It's an area of unspoilt natural beauty, hundreds of kilometres of white beaches, cliffs of coloured sands, lush rainforest, bushland and more.
Easy to explore, Noosa’s hinterland and country areas are a collection of historical towns, tranquil lakes, accessible mountain lookouts with amazing coastal and hinterland views, country pubs, charming cafes, galleries, markets and much more.
The Noosa Everglades, one of only two everglades systems on Earth, is a world of water, wilderness and wonder in the upper reaches of the Noosa River. Known as the River of Mirrors because of the amazing reflections in the water, the Noosa Everglades is a 60km stretch of pristine waters, magnificent flora and fauna and narrow waterways. Experience breathtaking beauty and tranquillity as you explore the Noosa Everglades with guided and self-guided kayak tours, on a guided boat tour, in your own boat or on foot