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Kayak Noosa

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Kayak Noosa is Noosa's premiere kayaking company - multi award winning and advanced eco certified.

Kayak Noosa make it easy for you to experience the wonders of kayaking by offering people of all capabilities a selection of guided kayak tours, group kayaking programs along with freedom kayak and ski hire. Join one of the guided kayak adventures and experience the thrill of ocean paddling and kayak sailing in the amazingly beautiful Noosa River and Noosa National Park coastline.

Kayak Noosa offers a range kayak sailing adventures. The Kayak Noosa Dolphin Adventure is a two and a half hour ocean tour that explores the waters off Noosa National Park. Search for the local dolphin pod, snorkel with reef fish, kayak surf and experience the thrill of kayak sailing in Noosa's pristine Laguna Bay.

The Sunset Session is a two hour guided tour that is ideal for families. This tour explores the protected waters of the Noosa River and is a relaxed option that is perfect for first time paddlers. Discover the hidden lagoons and calm estuary waters of this pristine paradise.

Facilities

  • Car park

Activities

  • Kayaking
  • Lessons/Tutorials
  • Seakayaking
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Individual needs can be catered for, please contact the operator for more details on access for guests with a disability.

Children:

Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult. Kayak Noosa Dolphin Adventure is suitable for children 13 years and over as it as an ocean tour. For families with children under 13 years of age, they recommend joining their Sunset Session.

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Noosa Heads Coastal Track

Noosa Heads, Noosa Area
Free Entry
Spectacular views can be seen from several lookouts along the track. You will also see coastal rock formations such as the Boiling Pot and Hells Gates. Beaches include Tea Tree Bay, a pandanus-lined sandy beach, the more rocky Granite Bay, historic Winch Cove and the sweeping Alexandria Bay. Koalas frequent the gum trees along this walk and honeyeaters are often seen in the flowering shrubs next to the track. Out to sea, frolicking dolphins and migrating humpback whales are sometimes seen by the keen observer.

Tewantin National Park

Tewantin, Noosa Area
Free Entry
Distinctively-shaped Mount Tinbeerwah (265 metres) stands out in the Tewantin National Park, which protects ancient flooded gum forests, wallum heaths and cabbage-tree palms. It also offers great views to the popular Noosa coast and lakes. Wooroi day-use area, set among she-oaks and bloodwoods, has picnic tables, barbecues and drinking water. (The butcherbirds and noisy miners are cheeky but please don't feed them). Walk along Wooroi Creek track and cool Palm Grove track. Head towards Cooroy and stop at Mount Tinbeerwah lookout. A 500 metre track leads to a lookout with 360 degree views over the Noosa River system, lakes and surrounding forests. About 130 metres along the walk, a lookout with coastal views is suitable for assisted wheelchair access.

Noosa National Park

Noosa Heads, Noosa Area
Free Entry
Noosa National Park, a chunk of wild coastline jutting into the ocean, is understandably one of Australia's most visited parks. Wallum heaths, woodlands and pockets of rainforest with hoop and kauri pine are important refuges for wildlife, including koalas and rare glossy black-cockatoos. Explore the picturesque Noosa Headland along a selection of five tracks, ranging from one kilometre to eight kilometres and catering to all fitness levels. Walk past rocky shorelines and spiky pandanus, through woodlands and rainforests with piccabeen palms, to wide beaches or lofty lookouts. In the Peregian section, stroll to the ocean beach. In the Emu Mountain section, on your way to the summit, discover wildflowers. In the East Weyba section, along unmarked vehicle trails, watch for birds – but keep to the trails at all times.

Jew Shoal Dive Site

Noosa Heads, Noosa Area
Free Entry
Jew Shoal is a large reef complex of ridges, canyons, bommies, and a solitary 11 metre pinnacle. The Caves has rugged rocky outcrops and swimthroughs; the gutters are covered in colourful hard and soft corals, and reef fish including angelfish, butterflyfish, surgeonfish, globefish, rabbitfish, soapfish, morwong, sweetlip and bream. The coral gardens has an array of invertebrates - sea stars, feather stars, shrimps, hermit crabs, urchins, brittle stars, cowries and over 100 varieties of nudibranchs.

Oz Ski Resort

Coolum Beach, Sunshine Coast Area
Oz Ski Resort is the Sunshine Coast's only man made fresh water ski facility. They operate two Ski Nautique boats on two lakes. They offer beginner to advanced water skiing and wake boarding lessons, banana boat rides, knee boarding, and tubing. Their banana caters for up to five people. Each waterski or wakeboard lesson includes boat, driver, coach, free use of the latest equipment and your own personal water time. Book one and two hour ski sessions and bring a group of friends down for a birthday party, a Christmas function or celebration in their fantastic undercover barbecue area, indulge in a spa bath while you look out over the lakes. This facility is operated by World Champions Emma and Curtis Sheers who have over 50 years combined experience in the sport of waterskiing, you will learn the latest techniques from experienced World Class competitors. They have taught children as young as three to waterski and their oldest skier is in their 70s. You are never too old to give this amazing sport a try. A day at Oz Ski Resort will be a day to remember.

Noosa Heads

Noosa Heads, Sunshine Coast Area
Located at the northern end of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Noosa is renowned for its sundrenched beaches, powder white sand and a water temperature that invites year-round swimming. And when combined with stylish, low-level architecture nestled against a lush, green hinterland, Noosa is the perfect setting for an unforgettable holiday experience. The rare natural beauty of Noosa and its surrounds has been recognised by UNESCO as an official Biosphere Reserve. The listing confirms Noosa’s commitment to protecting and treasuring the area’s outstanding environmental values. Located behind the protected shores of Laguna Bay, Hastings Street is a relaxed, pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare. Low-rise and leafy, it is a popular place with visitors who flock to the resort accommodation, cosmopolitan cafes, designer shops and alfresco dining along the length of this wide, paved street. Visit Noosa National Park where you are almost guaranteed to spot a koala relaxing in a gum tree. Or locate a vantage point where you may very well spot whales between July and November. Noosa’s Main Beach is one of the only north-facing beaches on the east coast of Australia which makes it a great spot for families and those learning to surf, as the conditions are generally calm and inviting. The pristine Noosa River extends through a series of lakes up to the Noosa Everglades and is best experienced by canoe, kayak or river cruise. Take in the stunning views from one of Noosa’s many mountain-top lookouts or discover native fish, vegetation and bird populations on the calm waters of Noosa’s lakes, parks and gardens.

Noosaville

Noosaville, Sunshine Coast Area
Noosaville is a lively centre for holiday accommodation, aquatic activities, bars and restaurants and is located around the sparkling waters of the Noosa River. A popular retreat for locals and repeat visitors, Noosaville is an ideal spot for families with safe swimming and a laid back, friendly atmosphere. It is also the entrance to the picturesque canal estate of Noosa Waters. Sample the diverse cuisine served at cafes and eateries along the riverfront. Gympie Terrace and Thomas Street are popular eat streets, with restaurants serving up tastes from around the world as well as contemporary Australian fare. Choose from relaxed, budget eateries and award winning restaurants or enjoy a seafood platter with stunning water views. Shopping is also well catered for in Noosaville with an excellent range of boutiques retailing everything from shoes and beachwear to surfboards and clothes for any occasion. A large range of water craft can be hired from locations along the Noosa River. The Noosa Ferry stops at numerous places in the Noosaville area on its journey between Hastings Street and Noosa Marina.

Noosa Valley

Doonan,
Just 10 minutes’ drive from the hustle and bustle of Hastings Street, you’ll find yourself in tranquil, peaceful Noosa Valley. With its picture-postcard countryside and abundant wildlife, this area offers a refreshing contrast to the more developed parts of the Sunshine Coast. The breath-taking natural beauty of the area and crisp rainforest air attracts visitors from far and wide. The towns of Yandina and Eumundi are worth visiting, especially when the famous Eumundi Markets are in full swing. Pretty Yandina has good examples of early Queensland architecture and features a number of tourist attractions and superb fine dining options. Sprawling country retreats, wineries with rolling vineyards, spas, golf courses and bed-and-breakfasts dot the Noosa Valley landscape. There are a range of accommodation options including some luxury retreats set in immaculately landscaped gardens. Local restaurants are proud of their menus which showcase the richness and diversity of farm produce from the Noosa and Sunshine Coast hinterlands. Horse riding tours, day trips, bush walks and river cruises are great ways to explore the Valley and the surrounding National Parks. Take a drive or hike to the top of Mount Ninderry, Dunethin Rock or Point Glorious for magnificent views of the valley and surrounds.

Doonan

Doonan, Sunshine Coast Area
Nestled in the scenic Noosa Valley, Doonan is known for its charming bed-and-breakfasts, luxury villas and country retreats. These home-away-from-homes offer privacy, well-appointed rooms, rainforest settings, tennis, day spas, superb dining and a raft of activities. Ten minutes drive north east will find you at famous Noosa, known for its beautiful beaches, award winning restaurants and the exclusive shopping precinct on Hastings Street. On the other hand, five minutes drive west of Doonan will bring you to the picturesque country town of Eumundi. Tee off from a green that’s one of a kind. The local golf course at Doonan is so beautiful, it’s the first course in Australia to be accepted into the ABC's Open Garden Program. Also in the area you’ll find wineries, horse riding tours and invigorating rainforest walks. Doonan is 90 minutes drive north of Brisbane and just 10 minutes south west of Noosa.

Coolum Beach

Coolum Beach, Sunshine Coast Area
Catapulted on to the elite tourism trail with the opening of the nearby golf resort, Coolum Beach has become a hideaway for the rich and famous. But a surge in high rise apartment development and resort accommodation has also broadened its appeal both as a residential address and as a Sunshine Coast holiday destination. Coolum has a fine surf and swimming beach. The township is located halfway between Maroochydore and Noosa, while the surrounding bays and rocky outcrops are favourite fishing haunts. There are plenty of cafes and fine dining options on the main thoroughfare. And, if it's exercise you need, set aside a couple of hours for the hike to the top of Mt Coolum. Stunning views from the peak reward those who make the effort. If those views over the ocean turn your fancy to thoughts of dangling a line, charter operators offer deep-sea fishing. Coolum Beach is located just 15 minutes south of Noosa.
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