Resorts and Hotels
There are an abundance of hotels and resorts in Noosa, whether on Hastings Street or in the surrounds.
The five-star RACV Noosa Resort is an excellent choice for those looking for affordable luxury accommodation options. It’s perfect for couples, families or groups as there are hotel and apartment options. While not in the hub of Hastings St, the resort has a shuttle down to Noosa Main Beach and there’s a large pool, and plenty of dining options on site.
Culgoa Point Beach Resort overlooks the Noosa River and is nestled on a secluded beach. It’s just a 10-minute flat walk to Hastings Street so you get to enjoy the best of both worlds – ocean and river. The resort is set over three acres of tropical gardens and offers plenty of water sports, a beautiful pool, tennis courts and even bike riding.
Set among five acres of lush gardens, South Pacific Resort offers bungalow style apartments with all the creature comforts of home, in a luxury setting. Despite being in Australia, you’ll feel like you’re in the South Pacific. The central location is within easy access to Noosa’s beaches, Noosa River, the national park and Hastings St.
By the Beach
For those who want to be in walking distance to the beach, look no further than the resorts, apartments and hotels lining Hastings Street.
With direct access to Noosa Main Beach, Seahaven is designed to accommodate every traveller looking for luxury. From studio apartments, right through to two-bedroom penthouses with rooftop terraces, the resort has three pools to choose from and manicured lawns to relax on. Open the gate and step straight onto the sand or step straight onto Hastings Street to enjoy the shops and restaurants.
Netayna Noosa offers one, two and three bedroom apartments and is situated right on the boardwalk of Noosa’s main beach. For a little bit of added luxury, there’s an in-house cellar and even gourmet groceries and hampers delivered to your door at your request. There’s a relaxing day spa on site too so you can have your troubles massaged away any day of the week.
While not on the beachfront, the Sebel is a terrific option for families of all sizes. It’s just across the road from the beach and it’s situated above the famous Aroma Café, where many flock to people-watch as they sip on a coffee or a cocktail. There’s an excellent pool and apartment options for those who need a little bit of extra space.
The Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort has direct access to the river on one side direct access to Hastings Street on the other, right in the heart of everything. You’re just steps away from the beach and the luxurious resort truly has everything, including a day spa and numerous restaurants on site.
Camping and Caravans
For those who want to stay close to nature, Noosa has numerous options.
Pitch Luxury Camping offers bespoke glamping tents that can be set up on any of the private or public camping grounds in the Noosa region. The tents include queen size beds, bespoke furnishings and anything else you may need. The set up and pack down is all done for you, and added extras such as food hampers or fairy lights can be organised.
Base yourself at Noosa Caravan Park to explore the wonderful surrounding region. It’s located just a short drive away from Noosa River, Hastings Street and the beautiful beaches and caravans are on offer for two to six people.
Situated on the banks of the Noosa River, the Noosa River Holiday Park is one of the most popular holiday parks on the Queensland Coast, probably due to its gorgeous setting. Ideal for caravans, campers, RVs and tents, there are options for slabbed and non-slabbed sites plus a selection of waterfront options.