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Noosa 2018 – A destination for all seasons

With bright sunny days and a temperate climate all year round, Noosa is truly a destination for all seasons. It’s a tourism icon further highlighted by a calendar of events that showcase the region’s assets throughout the year.

If you’re planning a Noosa escape in 2018, here’s a quick guide to the events and activities that shape the region’s seasons.

 

Summer – Surf, sea and sand

Summer sees quintessential Noosa shine in all its glory. The days are longer, brighter and filled with renowned Noosa assets like surf, sand and sea.

This time of the year revolves around the beach and bountiful waterways, with most activities taking a water-focused form. As a result it’s one of the most popular times of the year for tourists, who are drawn to the picture-perfect sandy shores, Hastings Street excitement, and general Queensland vibe of the summer holidays.

Meanwhile, Christmas in Noosa is embraced in a truly Australian way, with a host of beachside carols, community markets and street parades to enjoy.

This holiday joviality continues beyond to New Year’s, with fireworks, entertainment, sailing schools, and so much more.

 

Autumn – Finest food and wine

As the crowds of summer subside, Noosa explores her further assets, embracing the hospitality pedigree for which she is renowned. This is the season of the finer things in life, culminating in the world-renowned Noosa Food and Wine Festival that showcases Australia’s brightest and best chefs and is held in May each year.

It’s also the time of year when many enjoy a welcome respite from city life. Throughout autumn and including Easter, the days are just a little cooler, yet the beach remains ever-alluring, offering the opportunity to enjoy long, languid days spent enjoying the endless waterfront.

For surfers, this is when the swell is at its finest, the beaches are less crowded and the waves beyond belief, with international events like the Festival of Surfing held on Main Beach in March.

 

Winter – A welcome respite

While southerners may beg to differ, Noosa indeed has a winter, and revels in the chance to rug up and toast the season by a welcoming fireside.

Despite a ‘chilled’ vibe, the days are crisp, clear, and the beach still inviting, prompting even locals to dip their toes in the welcoming sea. It’s a time when many tourists from cooler climes seek the respite of a destination guaranteed to deliver beautiful weather and an escape from the cold.

Meanwhile the picturesque Noosa Hinterland, including Montville and Maleny, embraces winter proper, with Christmas in July, fireside meals and weekend escapes.

 

Spring – A reinvigorating vibe

As the Jacaranda comes into bloom and bright red Poinciana’s herald the warmer months to come, Noosa gets sporty, as only this lifestyle-loving region can.

This is the season when fitness is very much on the agenda, with seminal events like the Noosa Triathlon attracting sports enthusiasts and spectators alike.

Spring brings the warmer weather but minus the humidity as locals and tourists flock to the beach. The summer is yet to embrace the crowds, the beaches are warm and welcoming as Noosa gears up to do it all over again for the next hospitable year.

 

Whatever the season and events you seek, Noosa Quays is a premium Noosa accommodation provider, offering deluxe apartments on the Noosa Sound waterfront.

Located within easy reach of Hastings Street, Noosa River, the Noosa beaches and all the dining and activities on offer, it’s a destination that’s centrally located and easily reached.

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