What to do
The Queensland Government has released a "Roadmap to Recovery" outlining how restrictions will be eased in the Sunshine State. Stage two of Queensland's Roadmap to Recovery begins at 12noon on Monday 1 June which means:
The Noosa community is committed to upholding COVID-safe requirements to ensure a safe and healthy environment for our visitors and the local community.
From June 1, recreational travel, accommodation and camping is allowed in Queensland. To book your post-June 1 getaway in Noosa, click here.
We look forward to welcoming interstate visitors in the coming months.
Some national park and recreational areas in the Noosa Shire remain closed during this time. For information on walking tracks, day trips, vehicle permits and what areas are open, see here.
Noosa River Holiday Park remains open, allowing essential travel, and only to travellers in self-contained vehicles. Essential travel includes compassionate grounds, travel required in order to return home, and essential accommodation while stopping at one location during a current road trip. In June, Noosa North Shore Beach Campground and Boreen Point Campground will reopen in line with government regulations. For reopening dates, please contact holiday parks.
Here is some information about medical services if you are in Noosa during these hard times.
We encourage you to seek urgent health advice if you are feeling unwell. Health services in Noosa and surrounding areas are excellent, so you can be sure to receive the best care in the event of a health concern. Local medical services can be found here.
The Australian Government has produced a large range of resources to assist the general public to prepare and respond. See important links below
Queensland Health has also provided relevant resources for actions in preventing the spread and facts and information including:
If you reside in Noosa or are currently in Noosa during these times we encourage you to practise the advice from the Australian Government and stay up to date with the rapidly changing rules. To help you continue to support local business and make the most of our beautiful home, we have listed some resources below to help you support local business and ensure you stay well during these times.
has created a list of 'must-try' local eats to keep you well-fed over the coming weeks!
Work your way through this delicious list and enjoy relaxing nights in! All Hastings Street venues are taking extra precautions to keep their customers and staff safe.
For those who have missed their annual Noosa holiday this year, we wish you all the health and happiness and look forward to welcoming you back to Noosa when we are safe from COVID-19.