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Phone: (+61) 07 5447 1225


Searching for a holiday that will delight and entertain the whole family? Noosa North Shore Retreat offers something for everyone! With daytime activities for the whole family including kayaking on Lake Cooroibah, horse riding, feeding the lorikeets and kookaburras, bike riding or jumping on the giant pillow and not to mention the magnificent Noosa North Shore Beach which is just minutes away. Parents can join in or relax at the Great Sandy Bar & Restaurant, enjoy a game of tennis or lie back under the world famous squiggly gums and read a book.

At night the Great Sandy Bar & Restaurant comes alive with live bands every Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoon. Our fabulous menu offers something for everyone from fresh local seafood, steaks, pizza and of course a great kids menu.

While some kids may enjoy dancing to the band, others will prefer to retreat to the movie room or get their electronic fix on our play stations. Mum and Dad can linger over a bottle of wine or perhaps a game of pool or even dance the night away before a short stroll back to your accommodation.

Noosa North Shore Retreat is only 100 metres from Lake Cooroibah and adjacent to Queensland’s cleanest urban river system the Noosa River, we are also the gateway to the Great Sandy National Park (Cooloola section).

The Noosa North Shore Retreat is just 2km from the North Shore Beach; 50km of pristine beach including the magnificent Teewah Coloured Sands and Double Island Point. Access to the beach is by sealed road so a 4×4 is not needed.

For campers heading to Double Island, drop in on your way to pick up those last minute supplies from our corner store or for your last espresso coffee for 150kms. Protect your car with our under body oil wash. On your return use the car wash, pump up your tyres and have a cleansing ale to wash away the sand!

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