Visitors of Noosa are spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing accommodation. Here is a look at Noosa resorts, hotels and camp grounds to help you find a great place to stay, whatever your budget might be.
Noosa is a bustling and beautiful beach-side town about two hours drive north of Brisbane in the Australian state of Queensland. The sub-tropical climate means that the day time temperatures rarely drop below 20 degrees Celsius, making it a favourite holiday destination year-round. Furthermore, Noosa offers a variety of accommodation to suit all budgets.
The majority of accommodation is located on the main thoroughfare, Hastings St, just a short stroll to the beach and Noosa Head. Nestled amongst the boutique shops and world class restaurants, are a number of luxurious resorts. Beachfront accommodation Beachfront accommodation such as Netanya Noosa (Netantyanoosa.com) and the Sebel Resort Noosa (Sebelnoosa.com) offer pools, bars and spacious apartments as standard, while penthouse suites provide private balconies and spas. For fantastic luxury accommodation for the whole family, a great choice is the Pelican Beach Resort. (Pelicanbeachnoosa.com). Just a short walk from the beach, the resort offers tennis courts, pools, spas, a sauna as well as a large gaming and entertainment area.
Holiday-makers staying a week or more may benefit from choosing a rental property for their accommodation. Local estate agents such as Richardson and Wrench offer a variety of Noosa apartments and beach houses for very reasonable prices. Properties are on offer in many locations, from the lively and happening Hastings St to the lush a peaceful wilderness of Little Cove. Whilst the minimum rental period is generally a week, selected properties are available for single nights only. Visit Rwnoosaholidays.com.au for more information.
Budget accommodation and camping
Hostels and backpackers Those on the hunt for cheap Noosa accommodation also have plenty of options. A variety of backpackers and hostels offer dorm beds from as little as AU$20 per night (Dolphinsbeachhouse.com). They also offer discounted rates on private single and double rooms. A full list of available hostels can be found at Hostelbookers.com. Camping Several camping and caravan parks can be found in Noosa and its surrounds, but be prepared and book early. A list of sites can be found at Noosaeguide.com. Camping is also available inside Noosa Heads National Park and on the shore of Lake Cootharaba. All campers are required to obtain a permit before visiting and are reminded to take necessary precautions such as boiling water before drinking and adhering to walking tracks. Final word Whatever you want your Noosa holiday to bring, there is accommodation to suit your budget and style.