Noosa holiday Accommodation

Munna Beach, right on the main strip of Noosa Heads, is close to beaches, rivers, rainforests, Noosa National Park and Fraser Island. Noosa holiday accommodation comprises guest rooms, spa studios, and suites with private balconies.

Noosa, Australia, is within an easy two-hour drive from Brisbane, Queensland’s capital city. It lies on that strip of coast known as the Sunshine Coast. It’s close to the coast’s northern tip.

Noosa holiday accommodation

Noosa holiday accommodation

This seaside holiday haven comprises Noosa Heads, Noosaville, Noosa Sound, Noosa Junction and small satellite town’s close by.

Noosa on the Sunshine Coast is very much a holiday resort city, only less brash than the Gold Coast south of Brisbane and with a subdued kind of sophistication favored by the sedate and trendy alike.

Not only are there endless stretches of white sand beaches, many of which draw surfing aficionados, but there are a variety of good to fine restaurants, particularly along Hastings St at Noosa Heads, and a range of Noosa accommodation types to suit every budget.

Surfing, sun baking, sightseeing, abseiling, rock-climbing, mountain-biking, sea-kayaking, fishing, diving, snorkeling, horse riding, camel treks, paraflying, joy flights.

You might also want to take a daytrip to Fraser Island or drive inland to Nambour or to the Glass.

If you’re holidaying on the Sunshine or Gold Coasts of Queensland, Fraser Island is well situated for a day trip away. It is as well a perfect getaway destination for a longer stay. Fraser Island is Australia’s fourth largest island (after Tasmania, Melville Island and Kangaroo Island), and the largest sand island in the world.

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