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Spend summer at Caribbean Noosa

Posted in Local Attractions @ Sep 9th 2016 7:36pm - By Administrator
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Noosa – one of Australia’s most beautiful and well-visited beach. It is a world-famous surfing destination, known for its very stretchy beaches and colourful bays at sunset. There are many reasons why people love going to Noosa!

BEACHES! Number one reason. Noosa is filled with beautiful beaches that tourists can’t help but admire and enjoy.

Noosa also hosts surfers from around the world at the annual Noosa Festival of Surfing. The waves are just right for the sport, and also some who are still practicing.

Here are things you can do on Noosa’s beaches:

Noosa Main Beach: One of few Australian beach lines that face north. One of the best options for families or for those people who are not into surfing, since it has gentle waves and is patrolled by surf lifesavers! Come to think of it, all of Noosa’s beaches are patrolled by lifeguards. If you are a beginner, this is also the best place to take a surf lesson, since the waves are just right for beginners to try out and you won’t have to compete with seasoned surfers. Aside from its perfect-for-swimming waters, Main Beach is only a few steps away from the famous Hastings Street, offering some good shopping, Caribbean Noosa, restaurants and bars.

Noosa Groyne:  The perfect spot to learn how to surf along with a world champion. The Noosa Learn to Surf offers 2 sessions daily from 9am to 1pm.

Noosa Spit: Famous for being a dog beach, as well as a popular local’s picnic spot and for river boats to pull in to spend the day.

Sunshine Beach: Beautiful like all the other beaches, but with much bigger surf waves. The beach is 15 kilometers long and is very known by surfers. If you’re also into show business, you ought to know that Sunshine Beach is where a lot of Noosa's resident celebrities choose to live.

Sunrise Beach: Don’t mistake it with Sunshine beach. Sunrise is a beautiful spot for some good fishing and surfing.

Peregian Beach: located 10 kilometers south of Sunshine Beach, Peregian Beach has a great village scenery and offers numerous shops and cafes when you want to take a good break from the sands.

Those are just some of the things you can do on some of Noosa’s very prominent beaches. Always remember two things when going to these beautiful beaches: Have fun and enjoy the experience! If you want to make sure that you booked the best Noosa Holiday Apartments, visit https://www.thebookingbutton.com.au/properties/caribbeannoosadirect

 

 

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