Spring School Holidays 2020 - ideas of what to do

Noosa Spring School Holiday Guide - for more go to has plenty of fun activities and ideas. Here are just a few:

Little Seed Theatre Company performs a musical comedy, The Adams Family, at The J, 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads on 2 and 3 October, at 2pm and 6.30pm. All tickets $30. Book

The Magician combines comedy, magic and illusion in his new dinner and show experience at View by Matt Golinski, Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas, 33A Viewland Drive, Noosa Heads, 1 and 3 October, family show at 5.30pm, $38 (8pmsession, $49 per person). Sittings at 6.30pm or 7pm. The show includes 2 courses and a glass of wine.

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Come and pick your own strawberries every day at Cooloola Berries, 856 Tagigan Rd Wolvi, near the Noosa hinterland, between 8am and 5pm ($12 per kilo). Or visit their farm gate cafe. Also Paella in the Paddock every Sunday from 1pm –4pm (book on 5486 7512) with food, drinks and music.

Climb sky-high at Tree Top Challenge Sunshine Coast, with 100 challenges and 12 ziplines and flying foxes suspended in the rainforest 25m above the ground. At The Big Pineapple, 76 Nambour Connection Road, Woombye, open 7 days from 9am to 5pm. Suitable for ages 8+ (height requirements apply).

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Join Steam Man on the historic Mary Valley Rattler steam train ride through the countryside near Noosa on 2 Oct, 10am to 1pm. Also celebrate the Rattler’s 2nd year back on the tracks on Monday 5 Oct with Double Steam Day. Leave from historic Gympie Station. See

Pop In @ The Pop Up Esmay, the pop up restaurant in the Wasabi space in Noosa Sound, welcomes chef Emma McCaskill for ‘Pop In @ The Pop Up’, a one night only collaborative dinner between Emma and Alanna Sapwell on 1 October. Using local suppliers and produce, they’ll create a six-course degustation, hosted by Danielle Gjestland (Wasabi).Tickets $120 each, beverages available. Book via or call 07 5449 2443

Sangria Sundays Matt and Andy at View by Matt Golinski are shaking things up for spring on the terrace with Sangria Sundays, noon to 3pm. Latin and world vibes with sangria, unique backyard treats and DJs on the decks will bring something new to this little Noosa paradise at Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas, Viewland Drive, Noosa Heads. Unlimited paella -$26, jugs of sangria –$24. For reservations call 5455 2209. See

Arty deck chairs at Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre Get a sneak peek at the 25 fabulous deck chairs created by Noosa artists for the Noosa Open Studios event at a pre-auction preview this Saturday 26 September at the Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre, 10am to 3pm. The chairs will be auctioned on 3 October at Deck Chairs on the Green, Noosa Botanic Gardens Amphitheatre, Lake Macdonald, preview from noon to 2.30pm and auction from 2.30pm-BYO picnic, enjoy music by Lee Hardisty and meet the artists. Proceeds from the auction will support the Noosa Open Studios Art Trail (9-18 October). See

Karaoke nights Covid Karaoke for socially distanced good times at KBs on Thursday nights,9pm till midnight, Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads

Woman of Art

The Woman of Art exhibition at Thomas Surfboards, 4 Project Ave, Noosaville features established and emerging local female artists, 25 September –17 October, open Mondays-Fridays from 9am-5pm and Saturdays from 9am-3pm. Tickets for opening night on 25 Sept,$19+bfincluding a drink, at

See Noosa by Seaplane

Experience a unique perspective of Noosa’s Biosphere with Paradise Seaplanes–their adventure flights take off from the Maroochy River in the only Wilga 80 seaplane (warbird spy plane) in the southern hemisphere. Fly slowly over land and sea–even with doors off if you want! Flights are limited to 2 or 3 passengers and your pilot can tailor your flight. Get half price off for the third person when you book online for3 people–use the promo codeHALFOFF3RD.Flights from Thursdays to Mondays,9am-3pm.See

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