Leave the rat race behind and head to Noosaville, the country town on the water.
Locals and holidaymakers have lost their heart to the charm and character of this clean and green beauty spot. In addition, Noosaville is located around the beautiful Noosa River and takes in Lake Weyba.
You’ll love how Noosa River in Noosaville is a family friendly spot with safe swimming and fun-in-the-sun water activities.
The Magic of Noosaville – Gympie Terrace
As well as endless vantage points to the water, Noosaville along Gympie Terrace is the place for all manner of watercraft hire. Talk to our friends at OBoat for a good deal on boat hire. Or try a stand-up paddle with our Guest Reward partners Stand up Paddle. Fishing enthusiasts can throw a line in the river or head out for a deep sea fishing tour.
Likewise, Gympie Terrace is known for its cafe and restaurant scene. In fact, its known locally as the place ‘where the locals go to eat’. Try the Noosa Yacht and Rowing Club, the Noosa Boathouse, Tuk Tuk Thai Cuisine, Noosa Waterfront Restaurant and Bar or Little Humid.
The grassy, waterside parkland between Gympie Terrace and Noosaville is the ideal location to relax and take in the majesty of the Noosa River.
The Magic of Noosaville – Noosa Farmers Markets
Similarly, good food, good wine, and good coffee abound in Noosaville.
Speaking of which, the Sunday morning Noosa Farmer’s Market in Weyba Road is the place to be for mouth-watering local produce. Fresh seafood, organic produce, nuts, seeds, bakery, cheeses, cooking products, skin care and handcrafted products are on sale.
Other Noosaville experiences
Experience an exotic cooking class at Noosaville’s Life’s a Feast. Another snippet of local knowledge is the Industrial Estate in Rene Street. Its excellent hidden treasures include an ‘everything to choose from’ market and a craft beer brewery.
The magic of Noosaville – from the water
Noosaville is the entrance to Noosa Water’s canal estate. At 400mm above the river level, the canal is constantly being refreshed with water pumped in from Noosa River. To discover the beauty of the canal’s hidden waterways, jump on board a cruise. If you’re visiting at Christmas, don’t miss the Annual Christmas Flotilla where the canals are lit up and filled with boats.
Furthermore, another great option for seeing Noosaville by boat is on the Noosa Ferry. It stops at many places along Noosaville’s ‘Golden Mile’ as it goes to and fro between the Marina and Hastings Street. If you’d rather ‘do it yourself,’ no boat licence is needed to hire an eco-friendly boat. More than that, what better than a magic gondola ride if romance is in the air – fantastico!
If you’re in the market for shoes, clothes, beachwear, surfboards, bespoke furniture, unique books, Noosaville has excellent retailers. Also, it is home to Noosa’s largest shopping complex – Noosa Civic.
Perhaps though, above all the hubbub of life you just need to hear, smell and see the sea. Whatever your need, Noosaville is the place for you.