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29th June - 2nd July 2013

sunny 30 °C

Cedar taking in the view in Noosa


After Inskip Point, we headed for Noosa. I had been hanging to see this place but was a little apprehensive as to how busy it would be. Well, it was busy, but very still beautiful. We dropped the van off, set it up and went straight down to check out the famous Noosa heads.

We found a parking spot, which I heard later is like winning Lotto, and went for a stroll up to the lookouts. What a stunning headland. The surf was kinda small, but still looked fun. It was top late in the day so I decided to head out the next day.

The surf was still small, but man was it busy. Usually I would never surf with this many people in the water, but I had to surf the famous Noosa Heads.
After a big surf we took a stroll down the main street and found ourselves a fancy bar where we got caught in the moment and drunk the afternoon away sipping on Espresso Martinis……………………..

Whilst based in Noosa we went for a drive to the surrounding hinterland and further north to the Kin Kin Pub, where we stopped in for a cold beer, Cute old country charm however extremely grumpy service. On the way we past a really old chapel, this reminded us of our mates wedding back home.

Overall Noosa wasn’t bad just a bit too hectic for us, would be an amazing spot with 50,000 less people!

Noosa Heads
Noosa Heads
Kin Kin Pub
Cute Church we found in the middle of nowhere

Posted by Jenaben 03:37 Archived in Australia Tagged beach surf sun queensland noosa noosa_heads

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