Discover the natural beauty of Lake Weyba with our on-site activities or make the most of Noosa’s outstanding beaches, National Park, boutiques and fine dining, just a short drive away.
Snuggled behind the bustling coastal strip is the Noosa Hinterland; a patchwork of tranquil lakes and rivers, lush forests and pastures. Its quaint, historic villages guarded by striking volcanic formations that are shrouded in Aboriginal legends, offer stunning mountain top vistas of the hinterland and coast beyond. A landscape that invites exploration. Further afield but still within comfortable reach, you’ll find the World Heritage listed Fraser Island, the coloured sands of Rainbow Beach, cruises on the Noosa River and, in season, the unforgettable experience of whale watching at Hervey Bay.
Let our friendly staff share their extensive local knowledge and organise some tours and activities for you.
Here are some suggestions:
29th-31st October 2021 More than 130 local artists transform the quaint country town of Cooran, taking over the quirky and charming buildings that line the town’s main strip, King Street. This community art event is a well-kept Noosa secret. A community-based art project run by Cooran locals, this local event nurtures and develops the talents
1st-10th October 2021 Get involved in the Noosa art scene, and visit the home studios of 100 remarkable local artists during the Noosa Open Studios Art Trail from 1-10 October 2021, as Queensland’s largest open studios event invites you to meet the artists behind the art. Visit painters and potters, ceramicists, sculptors, metalworkers and more
9th-24th October 2021 Australia’s premiere art in the environment event, taking in sites across Noosa Floating Land: at the edge of ideas marks the 11th iteration of one of Noosa’s most significant and iconic cultural events. Conceived in 2001 as a biennial outdoor sculptural program, Floating Land: at the edge of ideas will have a
Whale Watching Season is here You’ve got another reason to book a balcony, beach front unit along the Queensland coast between June and November every year – humpback whales. Each year, like clockwork, these marine mammals undertake a 5,000km annual migration from Antarctica to have a babymoon followed by birth story in Queensland’s warm waters.
A short, 3klm scenic loop, right on the doorstep of Eumarella Shores. A great way to extend your walk along the esplanade foreshore, if you are open to some fun and water. >> view map SUITABILITY Suitable for walkers up for a challenge, mountain bikers and horse riders – you are likely to get wet
Take a Noosa Country Drive to the hinterland town of Cooroy, about 20 minutes from Eumarella Shores for a day of shopping, art and antiques, views, golf and more. The pretty greens of Cooroy Golf Club in Myall St welcome visitors for a round of social golf (also to play in member competitions for players