July Waterfront views

Make your escape…

…to Noosa Quays

We are almost fully booked for August and September, but we still have some gaps if you’re thinking of a last minute escape to Noosa to soak up some glorious warm winter/spring sunshine. Call Glenn or Suzie on 07 54492699 or email

Noosa Quays Apartment 8 Balcony


Due to a cancellation we have a last minute vacancy in Apartment 8 with a huge balcony with magnificent water views, for the September school holidays from 18 to 27 September. We also have a 3 bedroom apartment just come available through Christmas and New Year until 3 January. What a place to celebrate the festive season.



Jazz River cruiseBe entertained…

…jazz it up in Noosa

Join music lovers from around the world and across Australia at the Noosa Jazz Festival from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 September 2014, Lions Park Noosa. This year’s Noosa Jazz Festival will be one big musical picnic, complete with jazz bands by the river, a Tastings on Hastings lunch, jazz river cruises and croquet with the Noosa Croquet Club. An eclectic bunch of talented jazz, blues and folk artists will perform, including Vince Jones, Grace Knight, Galapagos Duck, Steve Clisby, Emma Pask, Jan Preston and The Royal Jellies. Treat yourself to delicious food and wine from the Festival’s food stalls and bars, shop for treasures at the jazz market stalls or book in for a foodie Master Class session. With more than 45 performances in the first week of spring, it’s the perfect place to surround yourself with music, friends, food and good times. Early bird tickets on sale from $30 per day or Festival Season tickets are $99. Ask the friendly team at Noosa Quays for more details.

jame tobin_sunrise_day twoSunrise weather…

…talks up Noosa sun and surf

One of Australia’s most popular television breakfast shows, Channel 7’s Sunrise, chose Noosa to broadcast Sunrise Weather from Noosa’s shores for three days this month. Weatherman James Tobin kicked off Day One live from Noosa Main Beach, complete with breakfast courtesy of our own celebrity chef, Peter Kuravita. Local resident and professional Iron Woman and World Paddle Board Champion, Jordan Mercer dropped in for a chat and Sunrise broke the story that Noosa had just been awarded National Surfing Reserve Status. On Day Two, the team broadcast live from Noosaville, along the Noosa River foreshore just up the road from Noosa Quays. Greeted with a beautiful Noosa sunrise, the team was met by friendly Noosa stand-up paddleboarders, locals fishing and families on holidays. Showing the region has more to offer than the beach, the Sunrise team broadcast live from the Noosa Hinterland in Pomona on Day Three. The historic Majestic Theatre was the backdrop for the setting. James spoke to participants from the famed Pomona King of the Mountain Race and performers getting set to play at the iconic Queensland Gympie Muster.

tea tree bay surfersTop break…

…Noosa named Australia’s newest National Surfing Reserve

In an exciting coup for the Noosa region, a national selection board has voted unanimously to approve the nomination of Noosa as a dedicated national Surfing Reserve. The Noosa National Surfing Reserve will become one of only a handful of reserves, named alongside Manly, Margaret River and Phillip Island. Phil Jarratt, Chairman of the Noosa National Surfing Reserve Committee, said ” the primary purpose of the reserve is to recognise world-class breaks and local surf heritage as a means of protecting these unique places into the future.” Next time you drop into Noosa, why not check out the Noosa National Surfing Reserve which takes in all surf breaks from the Noosa River mouth to the northern end of Sunshine Beach, including all of Noosa’s iconic point breaks in and around the Noosa National Park.

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