Luxury accommodation in Noosa is prolific as this is probably Australia’s fashionable luxe tourist destination. Noosa has, for years, been the destination of choice for the well heeled end of the Australian travel scene and the holiday accommodation scene here has been developed to match this clientele. The best luxury accommodation is found right in the center of Noosa itself. Hastings Street is the center of the action and it is lined on one side by the famous beach and on the other side by an arm of the Noosa River, that creates an isthmus of affluent relaxation. The beach side of Hastings Street features a row of expensive luxury accommodation resorts that are mostly made up of apartment style accommodation. Their east facing balconies overlook the famous beach and the Noosa Heads northern boundary of the Noosa National Park where Australia’s beautiful people come to relax in the sun. Fantastic restaurants and cafes also overlook the beach and create some fantastic alfresco dining options. On the west side of Hastings Street and overlooking the Noosa River there are also many luxury accommodation options that include the Sheraton Noosa and the Sebel Noosa as well as several others. Intermingled with all this fantastic luxury accommodation in Hastings Street are dozens of fabulous clothing boutiques, chic cafes and excellent restaurants. Most of these spill out onto the footpaths and pedestrian plaza’s creating a sensational holiday ambience.
In other nearby areas like Noosa Hill and Noosa Sound, you will find ideal holiday destinations like the new RACV Noosa Resort and at Noosa Junction there are plenty of other luxury accommodation options to explore. The hill has a lot to offer and many apartments with views across Noosa and right up north along Teewah Beach towards Fraser Island are available to stay in. This website contains a huge choice of Noosa luxe accommodation and a high percentage of this falls into the luxury accommodation category.
The Great Barrier Reef is an incomparable ecosystem. Known as an Australian icon and a World Heritage Area, it is one of Earth’s most important