Noosa Boathouse

Noosaville, Noosa Area

Price Range * Dinner over $30 (AUD)

Floating on top of the Noosa River is where you’ll find this award winning, three level waterfront dining hub offering an espresso bar and takeaway fish and chips on the front deck, a lunch and dinner bistro, stunning wedding and events spaces and a rooftop Sunset Bar, so there's something for everyone.

Noosa Boathouse showcases a modern Australian menu that lets seasonal produce shine and offers a strong emphasis on locally harvested produce, fresh seafood and quality beef, combined with an ambition to deliver excellent experiences and service.

Functions and Events: Boasting three unique waterfront event spaces, Noosa Boathouse represents a destination that can play host to a unique and brilliant event. Offering flexible venue options and layouts that can easily be configured to cater for a small and intimate affair of 20 guests through to a spectacular gala event for 350 people. Their private jetty allows your guests the option of a cruise along the river or boat transfer from Hastings St with exclusive direct access to the venue.

Sitting on an idyllic waterfront location, with a fresh Australian menu, Noosa Boathouse is a iconic bistro, bar and events destination that is a must do, when visiting Noosa.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMonday6am - 9pm
Tuesday6am - 10pm
Wednesday6am - 10pm
Thursday6am - 10pm
Friday6am - 11pm
Saturday6am - 11pm
Sunday6am - 10pm
26 December 2017Closed
29 January 2018Closed
30 January 2018Closed
31 January 2018Closed

Cuisine Types

Bar
Light Meals
Modern Australian
Seafood
Share Plates
Steak
Vegan
Vegetarian

Price Range

Main over $30 (AUD)

Menus

194 Gympie Terrace
Noosaville, Noosa Area
Queensland
Australia

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