About Tourism Noosa

Tourism Noosa is the official tourism organisation for the Noosa Council region on the Sunshine Coast including Noosa Heads and Noosaville south to Sunshine and Peregian Beach, and from Tewantin to the Noosa hinterland towns of Boreen Point, Cooroy, Pomona, Cooran and Kin Kin.

Tourism Noosa works collaboratively with local businesses and key stakeholders to promote the diversity of the destination to domestic and international consumers, trade and the media in line with the Tourism Strategy 2017-2022

We are one of the strongest tourism membership organisations in Queensland with over 600 members who come from a diverse range of sectors including accommodation providers, tour operators, restaurants, retail businesses, real estate agents and health and wellbeing, just to name a few.  

All of these business share one thing in common - they are committed to the development of sustainable tourism within our region.  

Established for more than 16 years, our not-for-profit organisation reports to the Tourism Noosa Board of Directors, consisting of representatives from membership, industry and community.

An award-winning organisation, Tourism Noosa has twice won the Queensland Tourism Award for Tourism Marketing and the Australian Tourism Award for Destination Marketing. Our Visitor Information Centre was recently voted Queensland’s best.

Click here to meet the Tourism Noosa Team.


VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRES

Tourism Noosa runs two accredited Visitor Information Centres located at Hastings Street, Noosa Heads and Noosa Marina in Tewantin. Our centres welcome more than 20,000 visitors per month in addition to the countless email and phone enquiries. The state-of-the-art Visitor Information Centre in Hastings Street features digital display screens, an exhibition space and public artwork, not to mention a wealth of information on what to see and do while in Noosa. 


 




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See the world differently at 2018 Noosa International Film Festival

See the world differently at 2018 Noosa International Film Festival

Visit Noosa

With 80 short and feature-length films from 20 countries, you'll see a world of film at the 3rd annual Noosa International Film Festival, from 25-28 October 2018.

See whales in Noosa

See whales in Noosa

Visit Noosa

With record numbers of humpback whales (30,000+) migrating up Queensland’s coast and back to Antarctica through Noosa’s waters between July and the end of October, there are many wonderful sightings of these amazing mammals. If you’re lucky enough to see (or hear) a whale, it’s something you’ll never forget.

Cycling in Noosa - from bush to beach

Cycling in Noosa - from bush to beach

Visit Noosa

​Cycle Noosa’s coastal and hinterland roads and trails and you’ll find yourself riding alongside the beautiful waters of the Coral Sea and Noosa River, on rainforest tracks, and roads that lead to mountain climbs and country cafes. Mountain bikers, road racers, weekend riders, triathletes, families and those who haven't ridden for years all find a place to pedal in Noosa.

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