Holiday Packages Noosa

Just an hour north of Brisbane is the perfect pristine Noosa holiday package destination where the clear blue waters meet soft white sand in perfect climate throughout the entire year, better known as The Sunshine Coast.

Here’s a selection of what you can experience with holiday packages to Noosa Queensland. Hastings Street faces north with resort style apartment suite accommodation overlooking the Main Beach, most having Private Beach Access and Views from the Resort Suites and Pool oasis overlooking the beach.

This leads you onto the world class boardwalk to stunning coastal view picnic areas, National Park, Laguna lookout, Tea Tree Bay, Granite Bay, Fairy Pools, Hell’s Gates, to the Rain Forest, Alexandria Bay, Devil’s Kitchen, Paradise Cave and Sunshine Beach facing N/E.

On the opposing side of the beach you will find cafe’s and restaurants, shops and galleries free of roads and traffic with everything close at hand and in walking distance. The casual chic culture with understated sophistication has been maintained by the local community, with low rise designer apartment suite resorts offering jetted spa tubs and pools catering to their visitors every needs.

The Noosa Heads Surf Lifesaving Club stands proud and of course beach safety should be considered at all times. Swimming between the yellow and red flags are always a good idea if you are unfamiliar to blue bottle stingers and the treatments necessary to help the stingers pain. The club house offers first aid in the case of an emergency down stairs while upstairs houses a great place to admire the views while knocking back fresh water or a scooner.

As the best surf and point breaks can be found here, surfers come from miles around to surf the waves. Every year there is a Noosa Surfing Festival held in the month of March with temperatures ranging from 21 – 29 degrees celsius.

Each year the release of the local dedicated flyer for the Whale Watching Cruise is circulated around the area between the months of late July through to early November which takes you out to Hervey Bay in protected waters to experience the truly amazing creature that is the Humpback Whale. Temperatures ranging from 15 – 27 degrees celsius.

The Bay to Bay Yacht Race is held every year @ Tin Can Bay N. of Noosa Heads every May, and the Food, Wine and Jazz Festival is on about June every year 15 – 21 degrees Celsius., Noosa also has a Jazz festival about September every year, temperatures from 15 – 27 degrees Celsius.

Noosa Package Holidays

Traveling inland to Eumundi where market days are held every Wednesday and Saturday for local produce, arts and crafts. This quaint strip of patisseries, cafe’s and shops to peruse was a memorable experience for me and one I’m sure you will equally enjoy.

Past Eumundi and you will find more National Park land areas, The famous Big Pineapple land mark, Macadamia Nut Farm and Ginger Factory which has been operating over 60 years producing the most ginger products you have ever encountered in your entire life.

The Gympie Gold Rush Festival runs every year in October, as does the Noosa Triathlon, with temperatures ranging from 20 – 27 degrees Celsius. The Australian PGA Championship, Hyatt Coolum is on every year in December, 21 – 29 degrees celcius.

With loads more to see and do, the above listed are just What’s On in and around the calendar schedules not to mention the Blackall Ranges quaint village exploration, cruises through the Noosa Everglades, dive the decommissioned Destroyer HMAS Brisbane, Play a round of Golf on one of the championship golf courses, wine and dine in casual or special intimate settings, Steam Train riding through the Mary Valley, horse back riding on the coast line, full day Fraser Island Tour .

If you just have relaxation by the pool in mind incorporating the odd Spa Session or two, then what better place to do it than by the comfort of your selected resort to let them do the taking care of everything you desire leaving the kids in the kids club and enabling you to catch up on novel or magazine reading whilst soaking up a few sun rays, with sun screen on of course.