THE SUNSHINE COAST
3 days, 3 nights
When we arrived in the afternoon, we spent the day just exploring Noosa Village. Noosa was such a glamorous town packed with boutiques and cafes.
Stayed: Halse Lodge: $33.50. A cute beach-house look, very close to Noosa's main beach and Noosa National Park. They have a pool, pingpong table and their own restaurant lit up by fairly lights which many locals go to - pub lunch food.
We went canoeing down the Everglades which was absolutely stunning (there's only 2 Everglades in the world!). At the end of our tour, we were treated with the best, poshest tour lunches - definitely not backpacker style! Sooo many wild kangaroos were found here!
We completed the popular 10.8km Costal walk around Noosa's National Park (takes around 4 hours), overlooking the stunning beaches and coves and fairy pools. It isn't uncommon to spot koalas in the trees as well as dolphins/sea turtles in the ocean so keep your eyes peeled!e
- Blended Health Bar. $. Great coffees, juices and smoothie bowls.
- Raw and Rice. $. Super colourful and healthy poke bowls, offering so much choice!
- Cafe Le Monde. $$-$$$. (also recommended for breakfast and lunch!) A beachy vibe cafe restaurant and bar. Their menu is seasonal so take advantage of the locally sourced meat, seafood, veg, and fruits. - you must order their seafood platter and yellow coconut curry! Oh, and the Kiwi and Blueberry Caprioska cocktail..!
- Betty's Burgers $.
- Village Bicycle $. - retro, lively feel, with street art and live tunes. Burgers and tacos are available too.
- Noosa Beach House $$-$$$. Beautiful chic bar, with delicious cocktails.