Exclusive insight to the upcoming Noosa Food and Wine Festival

The countdown is well and truly on for this years’ Noosa Food & Wine Festival, spread over five mouth-watering days from 16-20 May, the festival is an annual love affair of great food, wine, celebrity chefs, live music and entertainment. The festival is a ‘must attend’ event on the foodie calendar, bringing people from all […]

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Property of the week

LIVE THE DREAM This is an extra-ordinary opportunity and an extra-ordinary location to live in or holiday at, as the Noosa North Shore represents a destination which is hard to find on the planet. Sir Richard Branson, was able to see the beauty in the area, and purchased Makepeace Island just down the other stretch […]

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Noosa welcomes 34 new Aussies

Classic Australian tunes like ‘True Blue’ and ‘Waltzing Matilda’ played in the background whilst 32 new Australian citizens were welcomed to Noosa during the official Citizenship Ceremony at The J on Wednesday 17 April. The new citizens came from far and wide, originating from 9 different countries including Portugal, India, Thailand, Italy, Mozambique, Brazil and New […]

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Noosa Council will discuss proposed flight path changes in meeting

The Noosa Council seems to have heard loud and clear that the Noosa community wants more information on the proposed flight paths for the Sunshine Coast Airport, as there is a report regarding the proposed flight paths changes in Thursday’s (18 April) Council Meeting. This action comes after a petition, that was started by community member […]

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Proposed Flight Path petition

A petition has been started by community member Annie Hart requesting help from the Noosa Council to make a change to the proposed flight paths for the Sunshine Coast Airport on Monday 15 April. The petition on change.org currently has 380 signatures and is requesting that the petition is to be presented to the whole […]

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Check tides for north shore crossing

High tides associated with a full moon are well-known features of the Easter period and they are also well-known for putting people in danger and submerging their vehicles. Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) Senior Ranger Colin Lawton said very high tides were forecast for Good Friday (19 April) and right across the Easter break. […]

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