What to do
Taking place over 9 days at Noosa's First Point (a.k.a the eastern end of Noosa Main Beach) the 2020 Noosa Festival of Surfing celebrates the backbone of our culture - SURFING - from Saturday, 22 February – Sunday, 1 March. Packed full of events, waves, boards and beaches, it's time to get stoked and prepare for all the goodness of this year's festival swell.
To get your head around all that's on over this 9-day surf affair, we've got the rundown on everything from Noosa Festival of Surfing sessions to the World Surf League professional surf tour, The Festival's Beach Bar and Noosa's newest music vibe - The Drop Festival.
The World Surfing League visits Noosa from 22 to 25 February and brings a 'lil something extra to town during this time of surfing epicness. The professional surf tour hosts its men's and women's Noosa Longboard Open events that sees world champions cruising along our beloved breaks!
Check out legendary longboarders on the following days!
The Noosa Festival of Surfing Competition continues daily from 6:40am - 5:30pm and is completely FREE!
So what's on?
If you're down for more of a sit-by-the-sea and spectate vibe, check out all the cultural events you can get among across the 9 days!
The Beach Bar on Noosa Main Beach will be the hub of the Festival vibe with live music and DJ tunes daily from 4pm - 8pm.
Dusk & Dawn Beach Clean-Ups - We're an eco bunch here in Noosa so it's important we protect our natural wonders - you can get involved in the daily beach clean-ups and volunteer now!
The Surf Art Show - See Heads of Noosa Brewery come to life with live art demonstrations, chainsaw sculpting, surfboard shaping and interactive art workshops for the community to enjoy. This is a FREE event that's hosted over 9 days from 12pm - 9pm.