NOOSA, QLD

NI­COLE CORFE HAD ALL HER IN­STA-ENVY DREAMS COME TRUE IN PIC­TURE-PER­FECT NOOSA

Cosmopolitan (Australia) - - Travel -

I was im­me­di­ately blown away by the view com­ing into Noosa – the so-blueit-looks-fake la­goon and pretty sand was straight out of my In­sta feed.

On day one I woke up and headed down to the western end of Main Beach to meet Jimmy from Learn To Surf Noosa (Learn­to­surf.com.au) for a pri­vate surf­ing les­son. Af­ter get­ting the DL on all things beach safety, I headed out into the wa­ter for the real deal. I don’t think I have ever laughed so much in my life! There’s some­thing mag­i­cal about let­ting go of your in­hi­bi­tions and giv­ing some­thing new a go. No mat­ter how many times I fell off the board, I had so much fun do­ing it and it put me in such a fun, happy mood for the day ahead!

Af­ter the les­son, I headed to the Surf Club (Noosasur­f­club.com.au) for the most de­li­cious seafood plat­ter ever, and an amaz­ing view to boot! I spent the af­ter­noon re­lax­ing and soak­ing up the sun on my bal­cony.

Be­fore I knew it, it was time for din­ner at Board­walk Bistro (Board walk­bistro.com.au), a beau­ti­ful spot for cou­ples in par­tic­u­lar. Amaz­ing food, de­li­cious cock­tails and the most in­cred­i­ble dessert (but­ter roasted pears with hon­ey­comb – I’m look­ing at you!).

The next day I was on a mis­sion to ex­plore the Na­tional Park and find the Fairy Pools. The walk is stun­ning, with lit­tle wind­ing paths that take you to se­cluded beaches, trees, wildlife and a gen­er­ally lovely at­mos­phere. Af­ter about 45 mins of walk­ing and ask­ing for di­rec­tions, I fi­nally found the pools (pic­tured above)! They. Were. Heav­enly. Thank God for hus­bands of In­sta­gram, am I right?

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