What interesting is happening in the Noosa shire area 19-25th of June 2020 Sunshine Coast

Many of the local's favorite Noosa restaurants and cafes are back and welcoming diners in. Check out Eat Local Noosa on Facebook or Instagram or see and get your mouth watering. Make sure you phone on time to book as COVID restrictions mean they book out quickly.

These are some of our favorites:

Bar and bites at KB's right in the heart of Noosa Junction, just over the hill from Noosa Main Beach and Hastings Street is KB’s bar and Koala Bites with indoor and outdoor dining, open on Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday and Monday from 5.30pm. Also available for takeaway – and they can even host your function!

Hungry for a burger after being in the surf or on a walk through the Noosa National Park, then head across the road to Grill’d for one of their delicious burgers for dine-in or takeaway. They’ve got beef, chicken, lamb, Wagyu, brisket and plant-based burgers and sliders;healthy salads, and a great selection of chips... and they’re licensed. Find them from 10am to 9pm every day at 5/50 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads. Phone 5455 3809

Markets by the river: The Noosa Marina Markets reopens this Sunday 21 June from 8am -1.30pm with a great range of arts, crafts, clothing, health and beauty, jewellery and more–also live music with Murray Lloyd. It’s a relaxing outing by the Noosa River. You could catch the Noosa Ferry from stops between the Sofitel Jetty(riverfront in HastingsStreet), Noosa Sound, Noosaville and the Marina on Parkyn Court, Tewantin.

Check out the waterfront bar, fish and chips, restaurants, ice cream and cafés while you’re there.

Kayak and bike bush adventure – save 20%*Explore the beautiful Mary Valley, right next to the Noosa hinterland with Ride On Mary...Kayak & Bike Bush Adventure. They’re offering a 20% discount* on Wednesdays for groups of 4 or more people for guided or self-guided kayak and/or bike tours.Hire single or double kayaks and explore Imbil’s beautiful Yabba Creek, take a dawn or dusk self-guided kayak tour or hire a mountain bike and ride the Mary Valley Rail Trail from Imbil to Brooloo -check out the country village of Imbil with its coffee shops andcafes along the way.Explore forest, mountains and creeks with easy-to-read maps provided. See or phone 0400 297 678. *Conditions apply

Tasting train The Mary Valley Rattler’s Tasting Train on the RM76 Rail motor sets off on 20, 21, 27 and 28 June, and 1-6 and 8-10 July. The train leaves Gympie at 10am for a return trip to Amamo or through the Mary Valley countryside, with a fresh tasting plate onboard, then a grazing-style lunch and a drink back at the historic Gympie Station, cost $99. Additional bar service available. Bookings required as limited seating available.

Yoga classes at Sensaura DaySpa Apart from Ayurvedic treatments, massage and facials at Sensaura DaySpain Hastings St, they also have yoga classes on their beautiful tropical balconyon Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9am. Yoga spaces are limited to 4 (minimum of 3), and must be booked at least 24 hours in advance by phoning 5473 5360. If it’s pampering you’re looking for, they’re offering 20% off all treatments during June.See

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