35th anniversay Noosa Tri - changed traffic conditions

35th anniversay Noosa Tri - changed traffic conditions

The 35th anniversary Noosa Triathlon, as part of the Noosa Triathlon Multi Sport Festival will bring changed traffic conditions, including road closures, to some roads around the Noosa area. Please check how you can plan your travel to and from the event, and when getting around Noosa from 1-5 November 2017.

See changed traffic conditions.

Shuttle Bus:
A courtesy shuttle bus will operate throughout the festival between Noosa Junction Transit Centre and Noosa Heads Lions Park:

  • Thursday, 4.30-70pm
  • Friday 6am-8pm
  • Saturday 6am-7pm
  • Sunday 4am-7pm.

There’s also a shuttle from Bicentennial Drive, Sunshine Beach on Saturday (6am-7pm) and Sunday (4am-3pm); and from the AFL Grounds in Weyba Road on Sunday (4-6am and 1.15-3pm).

 Please see shuttle bus times here.

Boat transfer to Noosa Tri:
Pelican Boat Hire has a one-way transfer service for competitors and families this Sunday 5 November, in conjunction with Noosa River and Canal Cruises. Services leave from 5.15am and are strictly limited to 40 persons each trip. Tickets $10 per adult, $7.50 per child, infants free and prams are allowed. Tickets available at Pelican Boat Hire, 180 Gympie Terrace, Noosaville (next to the Big Pelican) until sold out – first-in!

Tri App:
The Noosa Triathlon App for your mobile has the full event schedule and details on all the events and shuttles. Just search noosa tri in your app store.

Tour de Noosa:

The Tour de Noosa returns to the Noosa Tri this year with the Garth Prowd Ride. All proceeds from this ride will go toward the Garth Prowd OAM Triathlon Athlete Scholarship to help athletes on their pathway to becoming elite.


For information email noosatri@ironman.com or phone 1300 761 384.

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