If you are thinking about your next holiday and where you would like to go, have a serious look at visiting the Noosa Holiday region in Australia. This is the one place where you will find all of Australias best natural attractions, all in the one place, and complemented by top class accommodation. Noosa is situated in the state of Queensland, in Australias north and enjoys a superb sub tropical climate. Here is a place where fantastic beaches meet the chic and sophisticated Noosa resort lifestyle of the rich and famous. The result is spectacular. Noosa has iconic status on the Australian holiday calendar. The beach and point break are a magnet to experienced surfers from around the world, especially when the swells are big from the east, and the Hastings St precinct is a prize destination for the well healed tourist who wants to be seen enjoying its stylish restaurants, cafes and boutiques.
There are so many things to do around Noosa that it is nearly impossible to experience them all. A trip to the hinterland is essential. There are a number of tour operators offering a wide range of experiences. A day tour through the Noosa everglades will show you through a pristine lake and river system teeming with unique wildlife. A day trip to the late Steve Irwins Australia zoo is awesome and their bus will pick you up from your door. The Eumundi markets are fascinating and a tour through Malany and Montville is a terrific way to fill in a day. Noosa Nation Park is walking distance from the centre of town and provides an ideal opportunity to relax close to your accommodation. There are koalas living in the park and it is possible to see one in its natural habitat. Obviously there are many other day trips to choose from including Underwater world at Mooloolaba or a spectacular whale watching trip at nearby Hervey Bay. The beach at Noosa is its main attraction and if you want to surf or just have a family day enjoying the sun, then there is absolutely no better place to be.
Noosa is famous for its range of accommodation options. There are absolute luxury apartments lining the beachfront in Hastings St if you want to be right in the middle of the action. Noosa, however, caters for all budgets and it is possible to find everything from quality backpacker resorts right through to the best five star hotels. The Sheraton Noosa, Netanya resort, Breakfree The French Quarter resort and the Hotel Laguna are right in the middle of Hastings Street. Noosa Blue resort is close by on Noosa hill together with Breakfree Noosa International. Close by are the Hyatt Coolum resort with its world standard golf course, Novotel Twin Waters resort, South Pacific resort, Verano resort, Nautilus resort and many, many others.
The Sun shine Coast airport is nearby providing access for tourists. Brisbane airport can be accessed from many overseas destinations and is only an hour or so by coach along a modern motorway.. There are also many domestic flight options if you want to make Noosa part of a full Australian holiday including some of its other iconic destinations such as Ayers Rock and the Sydney Opera House, the Gold Coast and Cairns. www.aunztravel.com.au has a wealth of holiday information for Australia and New Zealand including information on accommodation, attractions and transfers.