Lake Doonella on the doorstep, Noosa River frontage and an easy stroll to the Noosa Harbour Marine Village, beaches, art, culture and shopping … let's go!
Noosa Lakes Resort has it all: Lake Doonella on the doorstep, Noosa River frontage and an easy stroll to the Noosa Harbour Marine Village, so you can enjoy beaches, art, culture and shopping with ease.
Seven minutes from Hastings Street, the town's main thoroughfare, Noosa Lakes Resort's villa-style accommodation provides the best of both worlds. While you can enjoy everything Noosa proper has to offer, a stay at the resort whisks you away from the tourists who flock there.
The resort has 188 rooms and 94 townhouses. Each townhouse has dual access, as they offer a combination of a studio room and a one-bedroom apartment. One and two-bedroom apartments are self-contained and studios have a basic kitchenette.
All rooms have a balcony, television, video, e-mail and Internet access and laundry facilities.
The contemporary townhouses are light and airy, with front and back balconies taking advantage of the water views.
Hastings Street has boutiques, restaurants, cafes and pavement bistros … lots of delicious food to suit all budgets.
Local beaches, river, lakes and canals are heaven for lovers of water sports. Yachting, boating, fishing, surfing, swimming, jet-skiing, water skiing, rowing it's all there.
Open-air markets, galleries and friendly pubs are perfect for holiday wandering. There are little towns and villages in the area and you can arrange a trip to the world's largest sand island, the World-Heritage-listed Fraser Island.
Noosa National Park has endless, well cared-for trails along the coast and through the bush and you can swim, surf and hike there year round.