Journals Noosa

Noosa: Adventures on the Northern Sunshine Coast

Created by stomps on May 7, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
2 Stories

A couple trips to Noosa, and I left very happy both times.

Noosa's Delights

Created by thebigfella on October 17, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

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.

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Australia

Created by jennlx on January 22, 2007

1 Review

Noosa

Dreamy NOOSA, QLD, Australia

Created by darzplanet on November 3, 2005

14 Reviews
5 Stories

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!

Noosa with the birds

Created by allblackfan on December 7, 2004

1 Review

This is a chill-out zone.



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Port Douglas

Created by Tannock on October 23, 2004

1 Review

Stayed at motels and hotels in mostly small towns. They had good rates and friendly people.

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Nightlife in Noosa

Created by kik on October 5, 2004

1 Story

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.

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Noosa In July

Created by eagerdiner on July 28, 2004

3 Reviews

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).

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Noosa -- the St Tropez of Australia?

Created by Orl on March 24, 2004

2 Reviews

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.

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Weekend Getaway to Noosa

Created by Saxby on February 25, 2004

4 Reviews

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).

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