Noosa Life and Style - - FOOD -

IF NOOSA is a beach town, Te­wantin is the CBD. The hub by the wa­ter is bustling with busi­nesses and is the per­fect spot to peo­ple-watch while en­joy­ing a cof­fee, lunch or din­ner.

If you’re stay­ing in Noosa Heads or Noosaville you can catch the ferry in, cruise along the Noosa River and hop off at the Te­wantin Ma­rina.

The ma­rina has more upmarket op­tions, with a num­ber of fine din­ing restau­rants and bars, but there’s still the clas­sic fish-and-chip shop and cafes to tickle your fancy.

Take a stroll to Poin­ciana Ave from the ma­rina and you’ll find a di­verse selec­tion of restau­rants, cafes, pubs and clubs of­fer­ing food at re­fresh­ingly rea­son­able prices.

Cof­fee cul­ture is strong here and lin­ing the main street is an eclec­tic range of cafes ready to curb that caffeine crav­ing.

A cou­ple of trendy lo­cal hang-outs of­fer mod­ern snacks, meals and drinks – and all com­pete for the best cof­fee in town.

If you’re look­ing for con­sis­tency, Te­wantin has a num­ber of na­tional fran­chise din­ers at your dis­pos­able.

For a hearty meal and warm at­mos­phere, head to the Te­wantin Noosa RSL. It’s one of the best RSLs on the Coast and serves gen­er­ously por­tioned, top-qual­ity meals. Check out the two bars, gam­ing room and al­most daily en­ter­tain­ment in the din­ing area.

Fish and chips, del­i­catessens, bak­eries and a pub – Te­wantin has all the of­fer­ings of a typ­i­cal small town with the buzz of a hol­i­day haven.

Te­wantin Noosa RSL serves de­li­cious meals.

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