The Junction is undergoing a renaissance, developing a new and exciting night-life for visitors, tourists, backpackers and locals alike
NOOSA Junction and its “town square” – Arcadia St – are on track to emulate the revival success of Maroochydore’s popular Ocean St.
With a host of new businesses opening in recent months, the Twilight Markets bringing new people to the area and an air of positivity among traders, the Junction is becoming an eclectic shopping and leisure district.
The Twilight Markets feature live music, entertainment from artisans, great food vans, and a jumping castle for the kids among many other attractions.
There are now around 250 businesses of all types located in Noosa Junction, and numerous older buildings are now being refurbished or completely rebuilt in harmonious fashion.
Colin Benge and Dylan Eisenhut opened their restaurant and bar Paradise Arcade in Arcadia St and haven’t looked back.
They had a good response from locals from day one, who have packed the place out every night.
The pair picked the location for its outdoor settings and accessibility for tourists as well as locals.
The Junction is developing as another popular hot spot in line with centres from Noosa Marina to Noosaville’s Thomas St precinct to Hastings St itself.