As the temperature drops and the warm blankets come out, it’s still possible to have a relaxing beachfront weekend away at Seahaven Noosa. Although the ocean might be a little chilly, there are still plenty of things to do and see in Noosa!

We’ve compiled our top tips to enjoy a Noosa getaway in the cooler months.

Noosa National Park

Strap on your walking shoes and head off to Noosa National Park, a short distance from Seahaven Noosa. Immerse yourself in the lush Sunshine Coast hinterland and enjoy the spectacular views of the coastal scenery. There are plenty of walking tracks to choose from, as well as plenty of Australian wildlife to keep your eyes peeled for!

Hastings St

Explore everything that Hasting St has to offer, such as sublime restaurants and trendy boutiques. Indulge yourself with a fine-dining experience at Berardos, or enjoy an afternoon cocktail at Miss Moneypennys after a splurge on a flowy silk kaftan from Pyhillis & Mimosa. The opportunities are endless, so you’re sure to find something you enjoy.

Sunshine Coast attractions

While summertime can make it too hot and humid to be out and about in the sun all day, winter is the perfect time to visit local attraction. The Big Pineapple and Underwater World are about a 40 minute drive from Seahaven Noosa, while Aussie World and Australia Zoo can be reached within 50 minutes.

Seahaven Noosa

Take advantage of the beautiful facilities at Seahaven Noosa and pick up some fresh goodies from Belmondos Fresh Food Market and a bottle wine. Pop a DVD on, grab a blanket and snuggle up on the couch for a cosy night in the comfort of your room.

Hire a bike

Pop into one of the local bike hire shops and set off to explore Noosa. Whether you’re after a leisurely ride with the family or after a challenging track to maintain your fitness levels, you’re sure to find a fit that suits you.