Noosa Life and Style - - FOOD -

CHILLED-OUT Pere­gian Beach is all about re­laxed din­ing and lo­cal pro­duce. The town is lo­cated about 11km south of Noosa Heads, about a 13-minute drive along the scenic David Low Way, Noosa’s ver­sion of the Great Ocean Road.

There’s a num­ber of din­ing op­tions to choose from in the quaint town square, from chic bak­ery cafes to trendy cof­fee nooks and classy restau­rants.

Pere­gian Beach has a rep­u­ta­tion for sus­tain­abil­ity and eco-friend­li­ness, so you’ll find lo­cal restau­rants and cafes with menus full of lo­cal in­gre­di­ents from lo­cal sup­pli­ers.

A healthy life­style is im­por­tant here, so there’s plenty of nour­ish­ing op­tions to choose from, help­ing your her­bi­vore friends feel right at home.

Not to men­tion sushi, Thai, In­dian and Ital­ian for a more con­ti­nen­tal ap­petite.

If you’re look­ing for the typ­i­cal tav­ern feed, there’s a ho­tel res­tau­rant of­fer­ing qual­ity pub grub and drinks, as well as a num­ber of bar and grill venues serv­ing ex­cel­lent dishes.

For the sweet tooths, try a lo­cal bak­ery with cheese­cake or slices.

For the fam­i­lies, after a ca­sual meal the par­ents can stretch out on the spa­cious greens and watch their chil­dren tear it up at the skate park and run amok on the jun­gle gyms.

Twice a month the Pere­gian Park comes alive with mar­kets and live mu­sic, a per­fect rea­son to grab a pic­nic blan­ket, some lo­cal food and soak up the af­ter­noon sun.


Band of Fre­quen­cies at Pere­gian Orig­i­nals.

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