Created by stomps on May 7, 2006
Best of IgoUgo
A couple trips to Noosa, and I left very happy both times.
Created by thebigfella on October 17, 2003
Best of IgoUgo
My wife and I and two kids needed a break from the hustle and bustle, so we packed the car and headed north for the sanity of Noosa Heads.
Created by jennlx on January 22, 2007
Created by darzplanet on November 3, 2005
Spending three months in Queensland was one of the sweetest times of my life. Noosa is about 2 hours north of Brisbane on the Sunshine Coast of eastern Australia. It is a sleepy (in winter) resort town with world-class restaurants and an elegant lifestyle. Don't miss the surrounding hinterlands!
Created by allblackfan on December 7, 2004
This is a chill-out zone.
Created by Tannock on October 23, 2004
Stayed at motels and hotels in mostly small towns. They had good rates and
Created by kik on October 5, 2004
Noosa is the best location on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. It suits a family holiday or a great getaway with friends. There is always something to do for all ages and the weather is spectacular.
Created by eagerdiner on July 28, 2004
Noosa in July was a welcomed break with perfect temperatures during the day. Noosa Blue resort was a very nice place to stay. Grub & Co at Noosa Junction was great for simple bites. Riva Restaurant on the water is superb for food and views (in Quamby Place).
Created by Orl on March 24, 2004
Noosa is a very different type of resort to the Gold Coast. Affluent and no high rises, it's probably not the best place for backpackers to linger.
Created by Saxby on February 25, 2004
When the temperature was due to hit 40 degrees Celsius, what better way to escape then with a drive up to the Sunshine Coast (in an air-conditioned car) and a stay in a Noosa hotel (also air-conditioned).