Plan where to stay, splurge and dine along Hastings Street in Noosa with our foolproof guide.
A collection of world-famous beaches fringed by a lush national park and a vibrant entertainment scene make Noosa one of Queensland’s most alluring destinations. Hastings Street in Noosa is undoubtedly the jewel in its crown. Loved for its mix of beachside luxury and laidback vibes, this busy jaunt is dotted with a mix of resorts, cafes, restaurants, gift shops, surf stores, day spas, galleries and more.
Restaurants on Hastings Street
Spilling over its well-trodden pavements with freshly tangled seafood, seasonal ingredients and warm hospitality, many of the best restaurants in Noosa congregate on the main stretch. Hastings Street in Noosa is home to eateries catering to all tastebuds plus some of the best cafes and coffee in Noosa, pouring up pure sunshine every morning.
Indulge in a fine dining experience at Locale. (Image: Catharina Thuemling)
For holiday long lunching vibes and epic Asian flavours, Bistro C and Bang Bang Noosa are legendary while Locale and Noosa Beach House go big on service and romance.
Go out on a date at Noosa Beach House. (Image: Steven Woodburn)
Sails Restaurant Noosa is pure unmissable, offering unrivalled Main Beach views and endless elegance. For delicious breakfast options, head to Moonstruck, Cafe Le Monde and Aromas Noosa.
Dine a hearty breakfast meal at Aromas Noosa.
Top shops on Hastings Street
Whether you’re hunting down holiday homewares, chic coastal-inspired wardrobe heroes, mainstream brands or a surfboard to call your own, the shops on Hastings Street in Noosa are full of temptation. Wander down the footpath closest to the beach for non-stop retail heaven before winding your way back down the inland side for arcades bursting with local gems and more stand-out boutiques.
Bring Noosa with you with these beachy vases at Signature on Hastings.
Find trend-driven garments and killer accessories at Alterior Motif, a local institution that’s basically a part of the furniture on the famous street, plus there’s ultra-chic racks to be explored at Kivari the Label and Bowery 475, too. Signature on Hastings is the spot for beachy interiors like lamps, vases and candles to help bring Noosa back home with you, Noosa Longboards specialises in incredible surfboards and fashion and Bay Village is an unpretentious shopping centre with its own collection of unique speciality stores and a food court. Household chains including Peter Alexander, Country Road, Seed, Witchery, Cotton On can also be found along the way.
Shop for surfboards, accessories and more at Noosa Longboards.
Accommodation on Hastings Street
Can you ever go wrong booking your stay along the area’s most action-packed strip? We think not. Luxurious resorts, hotels, multi-bedroom apartments and studios provide some of the best Noosa accommodation with endless adventure right on your doorstep. Think uninterrupted ocean views, only a couple of steps away from Main Beach and Instagramable spaces to pretty up your feed.
Tingirana Noosa is a Hamptons-inspired stay you’ll dream of calling yours forever.
Discover a world of indulgence at Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort, filled with the best hotel pool on Hastings Street in Noosa, and beachfront sophistication at On The Beach Noosa Resort, Fairshore Noosa Main Beach, Netanya Noosa and Seahaven Noosa Resort & Apartments. Plus, there are Hamptons-inspired stays you’ll dream of calling yours forever at Tingirana Noosa.
Soak up the sun at Fairshore Noosa Main Beach.