Offering the romance and seclusion of a tropical island these luxury self-contained apartments nestle into five lushly landscaped hectares and are just minutes from Noosa's cosmopolitan Hastings Street and beachfront. Each of the beatuifully appointed bungalow-style apartments are uniquely furnished and all feature full kitchens, warm timber accents and sprawling verandas. Resort facilities include four lagoon style pools, three outdoor spas, a sauna, full-size tennis court, day spa and relaxed bar and restaurant.
Why we recommend the South Pacific Resort Noosa
- Luxury bungalows
- Kitchen and laundry facilities
- Pools, sauna and spa
- Tennis court
- Close to beaches, shopping and dining
Attractions near the South Pacific Resort Noosa
World-Class surf beaches
Noosa is home to some of Australia's top surfing spots. It rivals the best the Gold Coast has to offer, but without the crowds and high-rises. Some of the region's best surf beaches are right next to the hotel. Boards are available for hire and there are professional surf schools if you're learning for the first time.
Noosa National Park is the gateway to many of these top surf beaches, which stretch 12 kilometres from Sunshine Beach up to the North Shore. First Point is perfect for families and beginners with its low swells, or you can head to the secluded Tea Tree Bay and Granite Bay for more challenging breaks.
Cruise along the Noosa River
Follow the river inland from its mouth at Noosa Beach on a river cruise. Bask in the picturesque scenery of South East Queensland and admire the attractive riverside cottages. Tours are available throughout the day, so you can choose a lunchtime canal voyage to spot migratory birds or head out on a relaxing sunset cruise.
Noosa River winds its way through many popular spots, from Noosa Spit and Weyba Creek into the national park and the untamed wilderness of the North Shore. River cruises may include complimentary food and drink, or guests might be invited to bring a bottle.