Noosa is truly a unique destination and Little Cove Court is right at the centre of all of the action. Little Cove Court overlooks magnificent Little Cove and is only a few minutes walk to Noosa’s Hastings Street in one direction or the Noosa National Park in the other.
Hastings Street has become famous for its array of restaurants, fashion outlets and quality boutique shopping, galleries, cafes and bars. It sits tucked neatly behind popular Main Beach with its fully patrolled surf beach offering ideal conditions.
Little Cove Court can arrange activities including: surf lessons; stand up paddle surfing; Ocean Kayaking; Fraser Island tours; Noosa tandem sky diving; Noosa river cruises; and, a variety of adventure tours.
For relaxing indulgence there are a variety of day-spas, health centres and professional masseuses to ease the stress away.
The Noosa Farmers Markets operate every Saturday morning are an opportunity to experience a sumptuous array of local produce and foods and the Noosa Marina Markets operate every Sunday morning offering local arts, crafts and produce.
Noosa is a nature-lovers paradise and for self-guided activities nothing beats the Noosa National Park that has a variety of graded walking tracks with stunning ocean views and through ancient rainforests.
Whether you want to kick back, relax and indulge, or get among the action with adventure and high-adrenalin activities, Noosa has it all.
Noosa is synonymous with sun, sand and surf, famous for its fabulous weather, culture and natural environs.
Just a 90-minute drive north of Brisbane’s high-rises, traffic jams and city lights you’ll find Noosa and all its natural beauty.
Noosa is home to the most visited National Park in Queensland and its walking trails winding through the bush and along the coastline offer breathtaking views.
Just around from the Noosa National Park where the trees meet the sea, visitors can dine, shop, be pampered or spend an idle hour in a café.
Visitors are so compelled by Noosa’s world-renowned gourmet scene and reputation for delicious and diverse dining options, that they’ll plan a weekend trip purely to savour the tastes of Noosa’s finest restaurants.
Swimming in the pristine beaches of Noosa is just one reason people come to the area, but not the only reason.
When you couple the scenic walking tracks and fine cuisine with the various other appealing components that complete Noosa, such as its local galleries and shopping, you’ll realise that it truly is an all-year-round destination for everyone.
Winter is in fact the best month for most of these activities and even kicks off the region’s whale watching season that runs from August to November.
There are generally less visitors in the winter months that can mean better offers and deals on tours and activities and even flights for intrastate and international visitors.