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Don’t let the weather dampen your spirits! Great music coming your way tomorrow night with Eugene from 5pm. With our amazing tapas, Paella, churros..

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So this is what’s happening………. To book for any of these events call 0406 788 159 or (07) 5544 33 50

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10 Hastings Street Boutique Motel & Cafe,
10 Hastings St, Noosa Heads, QLD 4567, Australia

18 Oct 2017

Noosa hosts a busy calendar of year round events attracting a constant stream of visitors from around Australia and the world. Why not plan your next break away to combine one of these spectacular events with our fantastic accommodation.
  • When: August 21 – September 3, 2016
  • Where: Around Noosa and Sunshine Coast
  • Price: Free but bookings required for some events
Take a guided walk through National Parks and up mountains during the Sunshine Coast Wildflower Festival to discover an amazing array of colours, shapes and blossoms.

Community groups will offer free guided walks and activities celebrating wildflowers including 16 guided walks in areas between Bribie Island and Noosa. The wildflowers typically grow only in wallum heathland, a unique Australian ecosystem in this region, found in areas including Noosa National Park, Girraween Nature Refuge (Sunrise Beach), Weyba Nature Reserve (Lake Weyba), Marcus Beach high dunes, Coolum Beach and Arthur Harrold Nature Refuge (Noosa North Shore).
  • When: 26 August - 4 September 2016
  • Where: The J and other Noosa venues
  • Price: Free and ticketed events
  • Phone: 07 5447 2229
  • Website:
Some of Australia's leading jazz musicians will perform at the Noosa Jazz Party, presented by Noosa Heads Jazz Club - 10 days of indoor and outdoor performances around Noosa.

The centrepiece of the Noosa Jazz Party is a program of improvised jazz at The J, Noosa Heads, from Thursday 1 to Sunday 4 September with six hours of entertainment each night, 5-11pm. There will be table seating, a dance floor, scrumptious meals, fully licensed bar, lounge area and shuttle bus from some Noosa accommodation to The J. Tickets are now on sale for The J concerts: $40 per night or a 4-night early bird ticket for $135.

A free concert will be at the River Stage, Gympie Tce, Noosaville (next to the Noosa Yacht & Rowing Club) on Father's Day, Sunday 4 September, 2-4pm, featuring Peter Gaudion on trumpet, Ash Gaudion on sax, Geoff Power, Bradford Child, Jason Downes, Brett Iggulden, Harry Price, Ian Smith, Steve Grant, Rod Gilbert, Mike Hawthorne, John Braben, Jo Bloomfield, Juliarna, and Tamsin West on vocals.

Other events include pop-up bands playing around the streets of Noosa; and special events at Noosa restaurants including the popular lunch series at the River Deck Restaurant at Noosa Marina; Pier 11 Restaurant at Noosa Marina (formerly Rump House); Fratellini’s at Sunshine Beach; Miss Moneypenny's in Hastings St, a Legends Lunch at RACV Noosa Resort, and at Sunshine Beach Surf Club.

The Noosa Jazz Club and Noosa Chorale will perform The Roaring 20s concerts on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 August at The J, with 70 singers led by conductor

Adrian King who will team up with the Australian Jazz Ensemble, featuring Bob Barnard AM, Paul Furniss, Peter Locke, Nigel Date, James Clark and singer Juliarna Clark. Dress '20s style! Tickets at The J on 07 5329 6560.
  • When: Saturday 3 September – Sunday 20 November 2016
  • Where: Noosa Regional Gallery, Riverside, Pelican Street, Tewantin
  • Price: Free entry
  • Website:
The nationally acclaimed exhibition, The Making of Midnight Oil, celebrating the 'power and the passion' of one of the world's most inspirational rock bands, is exclusive to Noosa Regional Gallery.

The Making of Midnight Oil will examine the band's impact on social and cultural history across a 40-year period, showcasing rare and iconic items including stage props, instruments, protest banners, hand-written lyrics, photographs and posters, as well as rare and exclusive footage and unreleased music. The material is sourced from public and private collections as well as the band’s own archives.

The exhibition is developed by Manly Art Gallery & Museum's Ross Heathcote in collaboration with Midnight Oil drummer Rob Hirst, with exhibition design by Wendy Osmond.

A Manly Art Gallery & Museum touring exhibition.
The Great Noosa Trail Walk is a 3-day journey through the Noosa hinterland's farmlands, forests, national parks, lookouts and historic villages.

Dedicated walking trails traverse the Noosa country towns of Cooroy, Kin Kin, Cooran and Pomona, with spectacular scenery and lookouts of the hinterland through to the ocean and lakes.

Complete the walk at your own pace, taking time along the way to enjoy the landscape, cafes, country pubs, antique shops and local characters. The nightly entertainment program takes place in Kin Kin and Cooran, with camping facilities available. Walkers are also welcome to organise their own accommodation at nearby B&Bs and guest houses.

A reasonable level of walking fitness is required, but this is not a race, with plenty of time to complete each day's walk and trail guides to provide assistance and information about the history and landscape.

A shuttle bus will transfer all camping gear, and will be available to collect tired walkers at rest points along the way each day.

Numbers are limited to 150 walkers.

Day 1: Lakes, forests, high hills of Noosa and a country village – 22.5km. Start from the spectacular lakeside amphitheatre in Noosa Botanical Gardens on the shore of Lake Macdonald. Walk through rainforest and farmland to Kin Kin, taking in Twin Hills and Wahpunga Range with stunning views of farmland, mountains, Noosa Heads and the lakes.

Day 2: Follow the valleys of Kin Kin Creek before climbing up the rainforest plateau of Woondum National Park. Rest at the James McKane Lookout before descending into the historical village of Cooran.

Day 3: Mountain peaks and antique shopping in country villages – 20 km. Walk through Mt Tuchekoi National Park to base of Mt Cooroora, a great but safe challenge for the reasonably fit. Explore Pomona's antique shops, gallery and cafes, or have a refreshing drink at the historic Pomona Hotel. The Great Noosa Trail Walk finishes at the Old Railway Station Gallery.

The price includes:
  • Registration kit and detailed walkers program
  • Public liability insurance
  • Shuttle buses to transport walkers and their equipment
  • Camping fees each night
  • Breakfast on Day 2 and Day 3
  • Pre-packed lunch on Day 2

For information, see the website, or click here to book for the Great Noosa Trail Walk.