8 Fun Things You Can Do in Noosa

Many tourists and locals alike are drawn to the idyllic views and exciting activities on the Sunshine Coast in Australia. One resort area, in particular, is always worth a visit, though it is a tad underrated—its name is Noosa. It can get more crowded than usual during the weekends and bank holidays, but you should still have no problem finding some good accommodation Sunshine Beach has around. Also, there’s a fair share of family-friendly or adrenaline-pumping adventures you can do there including the following:

Strolling through Noosa National Park

The national park is only a short walk from Noosa Main Beach, so you should have no trouble getting to it from your luxury Noosa accommodation. It offers coves and walking trails for you to explore along with smaller beaches perfect for swimming and surfing.

Riding the waves

No Australian holiday would be complete without some surfing. If you have the money to spend, you can book a Learn to Surf tour. Backpackers with a limited budget can take advantage of the body boards at the reception desk at Nomads Noosa.

Visiting the public markets

If you’re on the hunt for hand-made items, home-baked goods, or fresh local produce, look no further than the amazing markets in the area. Maybe you can grab some lunch there, or you can bring back some ingredients to your accommodation Sunshine Beach has offered you.

Going on a bike ride

Do you know how to ride a bicycle? Then, go on an adventure on one of the many trails around the area. You can follow the coast from Coolum to Noosa Heads if you want to immerse yourself in some beautiful scenery. Many places offer bikes for rent so just ask.

Grabbing a bite of the local cuisine

Noosa is said to be home to some of the tastiest, freshest, and cheapest food in Australia. As previously mentioned, you can find some at the public markets. You should also have no trouble locating good restaurants near the Noosa luxury accommodation beachfront place you’re at.

Checking out Australia Zoo

With lots of things to see and do here, one day may not be enough for it all. Definite must-visits include the Crocoseum which has been made famous by the late Steve Irwin. The Tiger Temple, Koala Walkthrough, and African Savannah are also worth seeing.

Driving up to Laguna Lookout

For a bird’s-eye view of the area, there is no better place than this. The site itself is simple but it’s the perfect venue for panoramic photos and even romantic proposals. It’s also not that far off from whichever luxury accommodation Noosa Heads has you may have booked.

Riding a horse on the beach

When just looking or petting animals isn’t enough for you, why not ride a mighty steed and frolic on the coast? Equathon is the company to contact for this experience and they offer plenty of options. You can go on a 7-day bush and beach tour or even a 1-hour private beach tour.

There are plenty of amazing things to do when you’re in Noosa so don’t hesitate to book accommodation Sunshine Beach has around today. Richardson & Wrench Noosa Holidays have a nice selection of beachfront, waterfront, and non-waterfront units to suit your budget and needs.