Holidaying in Noosa - will shop. And there’s hardly a better place than the beautiful Hastings St. With a great mix of the big labels and local boutiques stocking unique treasures, a day on Hastings Street is a must do while you’re here.
Start your day with a swim at Main Beach followed by breakfast at Bistro C. After your second coffee start wandering through the shops like Noosa Long Boards, Bow and Arrow, Waterlily, Alterior Motif (pictured) and so many more.
Fashion is the feature and there’s a style for everyone.
Noosa Junction has exploded - new cafes, restaurants, watering holes and retailers.
Located a short (but partly steep) walk over the hill, the Junction is a great escape from the high paced Hastings Street.
There’s so much happening in the Junction that we’re going to break it down for you.
Great cafes include Moto, Larder & Baked, Laguna Bowls, the Noosa Hot Bread Shop and The Drop.
Bars and evening eateries worth visiting include Moto (again), Little Sister, The Village Bicycle, Sushi Ya-Man, and Paradise Arcade.
Retailers selling some really cool goods include CLO Studio (pictured), Abbey Rose Bikinis, Waterpistols Surfboards, Noosa Book Shop, Cactus Lane and so many more.
A morning or evening spent in the Junction won’t disappoint.