What to do 21 - 27 August 2020

Who doesn’t like Indian food?

Southern coastal Indian cuisine and boutique gin – sounds pucca to us! Pucca, in Sunshine Beach Rd, Noosa Junction, just over the hill from Hastings Street, has a menu filled with amazing street food, mains, sides, desserts – even a kids’ menu. Open for dinner from Thursday to Sunday from 5pm; Saturday and Sunday for lunch from noon, and lunch on Thursday and Friday. Thursday is BYO wine night – and there’s no corkage! Book on 5613 3202 or see

Massage? Really? On Noosa Main Beach? – Save $30.00

Relax on the beachfront with a massage right on Noosa’s Main Beach with Massage and Choose from deep tissue, remedial or therapeutic relaxation massages delivered by highly qualified therapists. Save $30 on a massage starting at 10.30am only – just use the code “$30 OFF AM” in the customer comment field at or mention when calling 0431 181 740

Your childhood dream could come true…Fly in an ex-RAAF Warplane

Hop aboard Warplanes for an adventure flight in the Sunshine Coast’s clear winter skies in ex-RAAF World War II Wirraway and Trojan aircraft – they can now leave from either Gympie (Kybong) Airport or Caboolture Airport. Flights from Gympie Airport take you over the Noosa/Cooroy area and are perfect for aerial aerobatics on a sunny day over Noosa’s Main Beach in front of your friends and family. Ph 0401 493 999 or see

Live music? Yes please:

• Live music this Sunday afternoon at Noosa Yacht & Rowing Club, 1.30-4.30pm with Carl Lynch – drinks and food overlooking the Noosa River See more at

• At Café Le Monde, Hastings St, the Sit Down Disco features Josh Keenan this Saturday 22 August from 9pm. Shannon Sol Carroll is on Thursday 27 August from 5-7pm – get there early for the $1 Oyster Hour from 5pm. Book a table at

• Oskar Campbell plays at El Capitano Pizzeria and Bar, upstairs at 52 Hastings St (above Café Le Monde) on Wednesday 26 August from 6.30pm – also great pizza and drinks. Book a table at

• Live music at the Boiling Pot Brewing Co Sunday session on 23 August, corner of Project Ave and Venture Drive, Noosaville. Taproom open from noon, music from 3pm

• DJ Avor and guests bring the Noosa Ocean Beats to Miss Moneypenny’s Noosa, 6 Hastings St, on Saturday from 9pm til midnight. Sip on ’80s throwback cocktails and bask to the sounds of ’80s new wave, synth pop, tropical house and deep house essentials

• The Sandflys play at The Sandbar Associates Jetty, 186 Gympie Tce, Noosaville every Thursday from 10am to noon

• In the beer garden at the Imperial Hotel, Eumundi, see Ryan Giles on Friday 21 August, 5.30 - 8.30pm; on Saturday, see Johnny Curran & friends from 11.30am – 3.30pm, and Benny O from 5.30 – 8.30pm; and on Sunday see Jay Bishoff from noon – 3pm

• 10 Hastings St Café, Noosa Heads has live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights – ph 0402 627775

Sunshine Coast Wildflower Festival

It takes you to beautiful trails and nature spots with guided walks and activities until 30 August. In Noosa, discover the wildflowers, wallum heath and beautiful woodlands of the Noosa North Shore with Noosa Integrated Catchment Association guides and a Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service Ranger on the 2km return Arthur Harrold Nature Refuge Guided Walk on Thursday 27 August, 9am to noon, must book at Join Noosa Council for the Weyba Nature Refuge in Doonan on Friday 28 August, 9–11.30am for an easy, flat 2.5km walk exploring open woodland and heath ecosystems, with plenty of flowers to identify – must register at Discover the mysteries of mangroves with Noosa Integrated Catchment Association on the Mangrove Boardwalk at Weyba Creek, Noosaville on Friday 28 August, 2-4pm – must book at Coolum Residents Association and Coolum and North Shore Coast Care take you on the Wallum Wildflower Walk on Sunday 30 August, 9-11am in the southern extent of Noosa National Park into wild-flower country – book at or phone 0431 123 419. See for the full program

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