Noosa Visitor Information

Where is Noosa?

Noosa is situated in the southern hemisphere on the Sunshine Coast on the east coast of Australia. Its beaches are lapped by the warm waters of the South Pacific. More About Noosa

DistancesRoad kmsDrive hrsFly hrs
Brisbane1601.5.45
Gold Coast2502.51
Sydney1100131.5
Melbourne1870202.5
Cairns1600182.5

Airports

Domestic: Sunshine Coast Airport at Maroochydore approx 30 min from Noosa has direct flights to most Australian capital cities. Noosa Airport, for local scenic flights and private charter is only 5 minutes out of Noosa.

International: Brisbane Airport is the domestic and international gateway to Queensland with over 200 flights daily. Direct air connections from Brisbane Airport are also available to the Sunshine Coast Airport. Getting to Noosa

Transport

Local Sunbus
MCY Airport Henry's Coaches
BNE Airport Sunair also, Taxis, Limousines, & Car Hire.
Rail Via Nambour & Cooroy

Approx Holiday Seasons

Low Season: Late April to Mid September (may exclude school holidays)

Shoulder Season: Early Oct to 22nd Dec and late Jan to late Mar

High Season or Holiday Season: 23rd Dec to mid Jan and late Mar to early Apr

Booking Accommodation: Book the accommodation house directly, or use one of the many accommodation booking services listed in this site. View Noosa Accommodation.

Booking Tours: See Noosa Tours.

More Noosa Info

Geographical features: Surf Beaches, Fraser Island, North Shore, Coloured Sands, Noosa River, Everglades, National Parks, Blackall Ranges and Hinterland, Glasshouse Mountains.

Climate: Noosa's water temperatures range from a pleasant 19 degrees Celsius in winter to around 25 degrees Celsius in summer. Noosa Weather

Unique features: Restaurants, Low Rise Architecture, Tree Lined Streets, Hastings Street, High Standard of Accommodation, Sophisticated Atmosphere, Cultural Events, Sporting Events.

Restaurants: Over 140. Hastings Street has over 30. More about Noosa Restaurants

Currency: The currency throughout Australia is the Australian Dollar. Banks offer Bureau de Change facilities.

Voltage: 50cyc ac240v. All 110v appliances require transformers. Most hotels will have ACI 110 sockets.

Other: Noosa History & Noosa Library