Whether you prefer to join the surfers out at the break, sit at a cafe on Hastings Street under the swaying pandanus trees, take a leisurely browse through the elegant boutiques or dine at one of the many restaurants, relaxation in Noosa is inescapable. The quality of local produce is the source of great pride with craft breweries, local coffee roasteries, paddock-to-plate experiences and gourmet food festivals.
Luxury meets warm, friendly laid-back vibes in this tranquil paradise; a breathtaking holiday package. Take a look at our selection of luxury hotels in Noosa below:
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Just a short walk to Laguna Bay and Noosa Woods, Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort is a luxury hotel and a go-to destination for travelers to the southwest Queensland coastal town. The resort sits on the main strip – Noosa Parade – making it easy to get to and from nearby restaurants and bars.
With over ten rooms and suites to select from, Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort caters to virtually any type of traveler. All accommodations have picturesque views of either Laguna Bay or the resort’s pool. The rooms feature minimalistic décor and furnishings complemented by floor-to-ceiling windows that let in an abundance of natural light.
Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort’s landmark restaurant is the Noosa Beach House Restaurant, which features an eccentric blend of international flavours. There are also two bars – Riviera Bar and Noosa Beach House Bar – that sling handcrafted cocktails. Guests can enjoy a dip at the resort’s lagoon-style pool and order poolside appetizers and drinks.
Guests can unwind at the resort’s Aqua Day Spa. This quaint spa offers full-body pampering surrounded by peaceful Zen and a hydrating aqua-therapy pool. Lovers ready to tie the knot can book the Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort’s Lily Pond Terrace, Cabanas Noosa, and Noosa Beach House for a fairytale wedding.
RACV Noosa Resort sits adjected to Rossa and Keyser Island. The Luxury hotel is also just a quick drive to Weyba Road – home to a wide selection of restaurants and nightlife venues. Compared to other Noosa resorts, guests will enjoy the secluded and lush location of RACV Noosa Resort
Travelers can choose from various posh accommodations, such as the One-Bedroom Suite or Three-Bedroom Enclave Luxury Villa. Every room and villa boasts contemporary furniture, spacious floorplans, and contemporary windows that allow natural light to flow inside the room. Guests can enjoy high-speed Wi-Fi and numerous other amenities, including laundry machines and private terraces.
RACV Noosa Resort has two options for dining – Arcuri Restaurant and Dazza’s Bar. At Arcuri Restaurant, guests can attend daily breakfast cooked with locally sourced ingredients and fresh fruits and vegetables. The buffet-style eatery opens at 6:30 AM and closes at 10:30 PM daily. Dazza’s Bar features light meals and handcrafted cocktails.
Visitors can visit the One Spa for premium body treatments and traditional rituals when not enjoying the pool or nearby beach. RACV Noosa Resort caters to families with its Kids Club Care, offered to kids between 4 and 14. There’s also a game room to keep children entertained for hours on end.
Peppers Noosa Resort and Villas is a luxury hotel that sits in between Queensland’s Noosa National Park and Noosa Pit Recreation Reserve. It’s also conveniently located just 2 km from the stunning Noosa shoreline. Guest can easily walk to nearby cafes and restaurants, including Noosa Heads Surf Life Saving Club and MOTO.
The Sunshine Coast resort boasts standard rooms and villas. Rooms range in size from a studio to a three-bedroom penthouse. Every room boasts commodious balconies and sitting areas, complimentary Wi-Fi, and full-size kitchens. The resort’s standalone villas come with private garages, laundry facilities, and mid-century décor and furniture.
Guests can dine at View Restaurant, an award-winning restaurant spearheaded by Chef Matt Golinksi. The vibrant restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night snacks and drinks offerings. Every Sunday during the summer, the chefs host Sangria Sundays from 3 PM to 6 PM – perfect for unwinding while enjoying mouthwatering paella.
After a day out in the sun, guests can indulge at Stephanie’s Ocean Spa. This private retreat has 11 treatment rooms that can accommodate both singles and couples. Peppers Noosa Resort and Villas also has a beautiful ballroom and open-air terrace, making for the perfect wedding venue.
Noosa is a relaxed, beach side haven. After choosing your luxury hotel, it is time to think about exploring the surrounding area and experiencing everything that Noosa has to offer. To help, we have compiled a list of seven of the most interesting things to see and do in Noosa.
1. Cruise through the Noosa Everglades
Along the Noosa River is the unique Australian Everglades, where over 44% of native Australian bird species reside. The area is in a protected national park and all tourism has an eco-focus, ensuring the continued survival of this spectacular ecosystem. Cruise up the river while sipping a glass of bubbly, before stopping to enjoy gourmet snacks at the CootharaBAR & Bistro. Alternatively, for something more physical try a kayaking river tour.
2. Wander up Hastings Street
In the heart of Noosa Heads is Hasting Steet, a bustling strip filled with shops, restaurants, day spas and art galleries. There are great local stores selling their bespoke wares, including local institutions Alterior Motif and Signature on Hastings. For brands that have a greater international reputation, visit Bow and Arrow Trading Noosa, and Who Invited Her. After exploring the street, settle in at one of the many restaurants to enjoy a meal. One option is Bistro C, a local icon which overlooks the ocean.
3. Relax at Main Beach
Main Beach is known for its sandy, white shores and beautiful blue water. Due to its north facing position, the waves are relatively small and there are lifeguards on duty creating a safe swimming environment. One end backs on to the Noosa National Park and the area around the Noosa River mouth is popular with people who enjoy fishing. The beach is easily accessible from town and just back from the shores are a range of high-quality restaurants, cafes, and bars to be enjoyed.
4. Go Whale Watching
From July through to October, thousands of humpback whales migrate along the Queensland coast during calving season. From the shore it is possible to spot the whales and their newborns, with the best locations for this being Sunshine, Sunrise, Peregian and Coolum beaches. If you would like to get closer, a tour can be organised through a local operator. You can choose between going out on a jet boat, kayak, or helicopter, to get closer to these gentle giants.
5. Try a Local Brew or Wine
In the countryside surrounding Noosa there are a few breweries, wineries and distilleries that make high qualities beverages using local ingredients. Dingo Creek Vineyard produce fine wine, while the Amerita Park Meadery is owned by a family with a long history and passion for making mead. There are also local breweries creating craft beer, including the Boiling Pot Brewing Co and Heads of Noosa. If spirits are your preference, try 20 20 Distillery (gin/whisky), Pomona Distilling Co (gin/vodka) and Fortune Noosa Heads Distillery (gin/malt).
6. Explore Noosa National Park
Within walking distance of the Noosa CBD is the Noosa National Park. There are many hiking trails that snake through the park, with The Coastal Walk offering particularly stunning ocean views. Sunshine Beach is great for swimming, First Point is better for surfing and Hells Gate has cliff top views over crashing waves. Some of the most picturesque spots in the park are Boiling Pot, Noosa Fairy Pools and Little Cove.
7. Go Horse Riding at the Beach
On Noosa North Shore it is possible to enjoy the beach and bush by horseback. All tours begin by ensuring everyone is comfortable riding a horse, before crossing the bush and sand dunes to access the beach. Riders can enjoy views of the ocean and coastline, as the horses walk and canter along the shoreline and through the shallows.