WHERE TO COOL OFF

From the beach to the river to the pool

Noosa Life and Style - - FRONT PAGE -

Noosa Main Beach

IF YOU don’t mind crowds, join the thou­sands of hol­i­day­mak­ers en­joy­ing a day at the beach along­side Hast­ings St. Swim be­tween the flags pa­trolled by mem­bers of the Noosa Surf Club, en­joy a walk along the board­walk or just soak up the sun on the soft Noosa sand.

Sun­shine Beach

Be pre­pared for a walk down the steep steps near the surf club to reach the sand. But once you’re there, it’s mag­i­cal. A long stretch of east-fac­ing beach and flagged ar­eas pa­trolled by the Sun­shine Beach Surf Club.

Noosa River

The per­fect fam­ily-friendly des­ti­na­tion where the chil­dren can splash in the shal­lows, jump on a pad­dle board or nau­ti­cy­cle, or play in the sand while par­ents watch the pass­ing pa­rade of wa­ter craft.

Pool­side ca­banas

The Sof­i­tel has just opened its lux­ury pool­side ca­banas for book­ings and it’s the ideal lo­ca­tion for a stylish, re­lax­ing af­ter­noon. The Ca­banas Noosa over­look Hast­ings St and pro­vide an un­par­al­leled so­cial ex­pe­ri­ence with one of the largest se­lec­tions of cham­pagne on of­fer, live mu­sic and food de­signed by celebrity chef Peter Ku­ru­vita.

Noosa Aquatic Centre

For those want­ing to avoid sand in their togs, the Noosa Aquatic Centre is in Gi­raween Crt at Sun­shine Beach and has sev­eral heated pools, in­clud­ing a 50m, 25m and 17m pro­gram pool and tod­dler pools.

The Ca­banas Noosa.

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