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Best Things To Do In Noosaville, Australia

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Noosaville is a small, but lively town located on Australia’s East Coast in Queensland. Noosaville is home to many hotels, guest houses and other accommodation options, as well as excellent restaurants and cute cafes. The town is famous for its River, its beaches and the many aquatic activities that can be undertaken here. Noosaville has a family-friendly and laid-back atmosphere, attracting many visitors each year.

1. Visit the Underwater World and dive with sharks

Underwater
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One of the most popular tourist attractions in Noosa is certainly Underwater World - a must see. It is home to many different species of fish, sharks, seals and much more. Apart from watching the shark feeding or the seal and otter shows, you can even dive with sharks yourself.

No matter if you have previous scuba diving experience or not, you can participate in Shark Dive Xtreme. After a safety briefing and familiarizing yourself with the equipment you can start exploring. The tank is home to more than 30 species of shark, stingrays and other fish - it’s a real marine environment!

The setting is safe and controlled, and your family or friends can even watch your dive from the walk-through tunnel underneath the tank.

Underwater World

Address: Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba, QLD, 4557

Price: from 130 USD for the Shark Dive Xtreme

Opening Hours: 9am - 5pm. Closed on Christmas Day.

Duration: a full day

Access: Bus from Noosaville

Near by Food: Restaurants and cafes on site

Website: Underwater World

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2. Go on a Wilderness Cruise in Noosa Everglades

Noosa Everglades

Noosa Everglades is a true ecological treasure - thousands of species of animals, birds and plants call this place their home. In fact, more than 40 per cent of all Australia’s bird species inhabit this area. Noosa Everglades is one the most immaculate wilderness areas in the world. Visit tranquil lakes and wetlands by boat, or enjoy the waterways of Noosa Everglades by canoe or kayak. Refresh yourself with a swim or enjoy the abundant wildlife and explore hidden places to take breath-taking photographs of birds, butterflies and sea turtles.

You can choose between a variety of tours - ranging from a few hour trips to full day experiences. Whether you want to take part in a romantic sunset cruise, an afternoon kayak excursion or a full day consisting of driving a boat, kayaking and eating a typical Aussie meal - you will find the itinerary that is right for you.

If you are interested in learning more about the ecosystem that surrounds you, make sure to pay a visit to the Kinaba Interpretative Centre.

Go on a Wilderness Cruise in Noosa Everglades

Address: 12 Eenie Creek Rd, Noosaville QLD 4566, Australia

Price: from 60 USD

Opening Hours: 9am - 4pm

Duration: from 2 hours to a few days

Contact: +61 754490393

Near by Food: Traditional Aussie barbecue

Website: Noosa Everglades Wilderness Cruise

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3. Visit the world's largest sand island: Fraser Island

Fraser Island
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Fraser Island is a truly amazing experience. The island is UNESCO World Heritage listed and you should not miss out on it when traveling along Australia’s East Coast. Although the island mostly consists of sand, it is home to stunning lakes, authentic rainforests and offers plenty of opportunities to walk, hike, swim and relax. Fraser Island is the largest island in Queensland and inhabited by dingos and other wildlife.

Furthermore, you will be able to visit the famous Champagne Pools and if you have enough time, you can admire the Maheno Shipwreck, which was caught in a 1953 cyclone after which it drifted ashore. Noosaville is a great gateway to Fraser Island. You will first drive to Rainbow Beach, from where you will continue to the island. The island is home to abundant flora and fauna set in a unique ecosystem.

Visit Fraser Island - the world's largest sand island

Price: from 150 USD

Duration: full day

Access: Hotel pick up provided

Website: Fraser Island

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4. Learn how to surf on Noosa's Main Beach

Noosa's main beach
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What is a trip to Australia without learning how to surf? Definitely not completed. Noosa is a famous surfing destination and Main Beach, which is right in the town, is a great place to start. Main Beach faces north, which shelters the beach and provides gentle waves - excellent for beginners and families. The water is clean and has a pleasant temperature.

Noosa is also home to an annual surf festival which takes place in March. You can participate in many free events, or watch world-class surfers perform their tricks. If you love the beach but don’t want to surf, then the boardwalk is the perfect place for a calm walk along the town’s beaches. There are also lots of other things you can do - from renting a body board, to kayaking or snorkeling. You might be lucky and see some turtles!

Main Beach

Website: Noosa’s Main Beach

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5. Explore Noosa National Park

Noosa National Park
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Noosa is famous for its National Park. There are several walks through the National Park, all of a different length and degree of difficulty. Just as Noosa Everglades, the National Park is home to a rich flora and fauna, and you might even be luck to spot some koalas or sight dolphins from one of the many view points along the coastal track.

Make sure to pack enough water and a picnic before you start exploring the national park. It can take up to a few hours to walk through the park, but the experience is worthwhile.

Noosa National Park

Address: Park Rd, Noosa Heads QLD 4567, Australia

Opening Hours: 9:15am - 4:45pm

Duration: Half day or full day routes available

Contact: +61 754473522

Website:Noosa National Park

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Noosaville - a great place for the whole family

Noosaville is a great place for holidays. It has everything you need - from great hotels and restaurant to attractions and beaches. No matter what age you are, you will not get bored in Noosaville and you will get to enjoy beautiful beaches, abundant wildlife and wilderness, adventure, a nice climate and much more.

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