Once you’ve explored Hastings St, jump on a ferry to discover all the wonderful delights of the Noosa Marina
What is there to do in Noosa? You have arrived, you have sat on the beach, walked up and down Hastings St numerous times ... what’s next?
Well, Noosa has a river and not just any river – arguably one of the most picturesque in Australia.
The Noosa River Ferry journeys up and down several times a day, its turnaround point The Sofitel Hotel right on Hastings St.
The destination is a 40-berth, six restaurant and 14 specialty shop marina complex.
There is much to see and the choice of dining venues can be as simple or as exquisite as you like.
We have a choice from fish and chips to top fare steak and seafood, and everything in between.
Our specialty shops consist of ladies’ fashion, and all the necessary accessories, much-loved Birkis shoes, and home decor items ranging from original fine works of art, custom-made furniture, wall hangings, and handcrafted pieces to suit all budgets.
The Iconic White House store is a local and visitor favourite not to be missed.
Sundays are alive with music from many local and interstate artists surrounded by market stalls, which offer a range of products and services from essential oils to locally made clothing and fashion items, jewellery pieces and massage services – to name a few.
Grab a beer or wine and casual eats while enjoying live music on the deck from any of the dining outlets. The markets trade every Sunday from 8am until 2pm.
If you aren’t lucky enough to catch our Sunday markets, you can still enjoy our pampering services at the award-winning Sheer Bliss Day Spa or The Works hair and beauty salon.
Offering a full range of beauty services and massage. It’s the most relaxing way, overlooking the waters of the Noosa Marina, to enjoy your stay in Noosa.
To make sure I haven’t made any of this up, follow the river to Tewantin and relax and unwind at Noosa Marina.