Noosa Heads is situated at the Northern end of the Sunshine Coast. It is famous for its draw dropping views and scenery which are best captured from the world famous Noosa National Park. With some of the best point breaks Australia has to offer, it’s no wonder that these pristine beaches rank among the top 3 beaches in the South Pacific according to the TripAdvisor Travellers Choice 2011 Awards.
Hastings Street, which runs parallel to Noosa main beach, is popular for many fine dining restaurants and boutiques. Noosa Heads is considered to be amongst the best of the Sunshine Coasts’ blue chip suburbs. Within close proximity so some of the leading schools on the coast, Noosa Heads is the essence of sophistication for professionals, families and retirees alike.
Enjoy the best of village life, but right by the ocean! Peregian Beach is currently booming, and fast becoming one of the most popular suburbs on the coast. With the quaint Peregian Beach village and patrolled beach, this is any family’s ideal place to call home. With its very own free musical festival every month and weekly markets, there is always something to do. Walking down the street you will soon become friends with the other locals and establish connections for a lifetime.
There are a few rare blocks of land available still in Peregian Beach, but these will be soon snatched up. Many older style homes, reminders of the old Peregian, are ready to become a renovators dream and once on the market, do not last long. With the new IGA supermarket and shopping centre the village is becoming increasingly popular and combined with the villages boutiques and unique designers, reflects everything that the Sunshine Coast lifestyle stands for; modern relaxed living, close to nature with a touch of luxury.
Sunshine Beach is only 5 minutes’ drive from Noosa Heads, on the southern side of Noosa National Park and presents itself a friendly local community, yet is a popular destination for visitors from all over the world. The Sunshine Beach property market is currently soaring due to its close proximity to all destinations. Wherever you live in this suburb, you will be within walking distance to the lively village centre, with restaurants, coffee shops and bars right in the heart of Sunshine Beach, yet can also enjoy living the quieter life while whale watching during migration time whilst enjoying a drink at the Surf Club, overlooking the ocean.
Families will appreciate the short way to schools, with a primary and high school both situated in Sunshine Beach and the safe environment with the year-round patrolled beach just down the road. Once known as Golden Beach, Sunshine Beach knows how to attract and offers everything the Sunshine Coast is most famous for.