Noosa hinterland

Head for the hills

Reality bites…

…in Noosa hinterland

Book worms, bibliophiles and writers from all corners of Australia will be flocking to scenic Noosa hinterland at the end of October to attend the 2014 Reality Bites Literary Festival.  Just 15 minutes’ drive from Noosa Quays, the event offers something for every book lover through its literary-related activities and events.

This year, the non-fiction festival is hosting an array of workshops programs and writers panels. Celebrated literary non-fiction writers John Birmingham, Matthew Condon, Maxine McKew and Caroline Overington will be stopping by to participate in these panels and discussions, sharing their unique insights into the ever-evolving world of literary non-fiction.  At Eumundi School of Arts, Ian Lowe, Drew Hutton and Yasmin Kerr will discuss ‘Beyond Fossil Fuels: Alternatives for a Clean Energy Future’.

Many visitors will be coming for the festival (held from 23-26 October, 2014 in Cooroy and Eumundi), but staying for more than just the books.  Compact and easy to explore, Noosa’s hinterland is a collection of distinctive villages set amongst a dramatic landscape of rolling hills and mountains.  Take a round trip and take in markets, country pubs, bohemian cafés, artist studios, galleries and challenging hill climbs.

If you are looking to attend this one-of-a-kind festival, there’s still availability this weekend at Noosa Quays.  After a day experiencing the beauty and fun of the hinterland, come back to your absolute waterfront Noosa apartment to watch the sunset over Noosa River.  To book phone Glenn or Suzie on 07 5449 2699.

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