Four days of sun-soaked leisure, basking on the beach, dipping in the ocean or simply getting back to nature in a host of different ways – that’s exactly how Noosa seeks to serve up an effortless Easter each year.

Accommodating guests from both near and far for a quick getaway or extended stay, Easter in Noosa is the perfect time to experience the region in all her glory.

If you’re looking for the perfect escape this coming Easter, here’s what stunning Noosa has in store…

Incredible weather

Come the end of March and early April, Noosa is ready to further draw back the veil on her incredible natural beauty.

Refreshed and reinvigorated after the warmth of summer and some welcome rain, the region is in full bloom with crisper autumn mornings making way for temperate days at the beach.

Not too hot, not too cold, but just right, she serves up a smorgasbord of sunny days and cooler nights. Clear views to the Pacific, to the rainforest, to rolling green hills of the Hinterland and beyond abound, with the hint of winter to come adding a little more urgency to her enjoyment.

Close to everywhere, miles from anywhere

For a quick getaway or more leisurely extended stay, Noosa offers the perfect Easter destination. A short drive from Brisbane, and only an hour or so flight from Sydney and Melbourne, it’s the ultimate domestic holiday haven that’s just far enough off the beaten track, without an extensive transit.

For Brisbane residents it offers a welcome escape from city life, while for southern tourists, Noosa serves up the very best of a warm Queensland welcome at a relaxed and laidback pace.

A local’s guide to Easter activities

If our compelling argument has whet your appetite, Noosa has a range of Easter activities in store. Start the four-day break with a quick dip at Main Beach on Good Friday morning followed by a day spent lounging in the sun or exploring Noosa nature.

The Noosa National Park is a tried and tested option or alternatively stretch your gastronomic legs with a taste test at all the hottest restaurants and cafes.

Easter Saturday will deliver a festive vibe with activities like Easter egg hunts at the Eumundi markets.

If messing about in boats is more your Easter getaway kind of vibe, head on down to the river where a wealth of water activities including boat hire, canoes, jet skis and stand-up paddle bards are available.

Don’t forget dinner at the Noosa Surf Club or newly-opened Sunshine Beach Surf Club. Both are local haunts that never fail to delight.

Come Sunday morning things take a more leisurely turn. This is the time to hit the beach, with Main Beach, Sunshine, Sunrise, Castaways and Peregian among the best options.

Then head a little north for the occasion that is lunch at the Apollonian Hotel, Boreen Point. Featuring a pig on the spit and array of salads, it’s the perfect Sunday afternoon with a quintessential Queensland feel.

Monday is recovery day, making now the time to sit back, relax and enjoy the ambience. A range of day spas can help spur on the relaxed feel, or alternatively take a beachside stroll, hit the Hinterland or just climb the highest mountain and soak in the view from Mt Tinbeerwah.

Did someone say chocolate?

Finally, should the Easter Bunny fail to deliver, there is a great rage of local chocolate available and even some awesome tours to help you with the quick cocoa fix Easter requires.

Our top suggestions are chocolates from the Noosa Chocolate Company, available locally at Woolworths, IGA, Organika and Gibson’s Homewares, or immerse yourself in chocolatey local produce at the Ginger Factory Yandina or the Nutworks, also in Yandina.

Whatever your ideal Easter, Noosa is ready and willing to provide.

About Noosa Quays

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.