Be Enchanted at Peregian Beach

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The Village Peregian Beach is a community of caring, committed and community-minded business owners and individuals and as Deb Caruso discovers, it’s always up for a celebration! 

The Village Peregian Beach is a very special place. Not just because it is the only place with an actual Village Square, but because of the efforts and energy of the amazing people within the community.

 You can rely on the volunteer-run Peregian Beach Business Association to fill the holiday periods with fun for everyone, including four-legged friends.

With a reputation for being one of the most dog-friendly destinations in the region, the spring school holidays will see the return of Doggy Vibes – a whole day dedicated to the furriest family members. 

On Sunday 25 September, the Peregian Village Square will be filled with our fluffy best friends and stalls catering to every canine requirement. From dog fashion, accessories, grooming, toys, health and wellness to demonstrations, talks and competitions and activities to keep us all on our toes (and paws). 

A canine crowd favourite is The Peticular Muttini Bar shaking up Pawtinis, Pawroni, Paw Blonde and more to keep our furry friends hydrated and happy. Stations will be set up around the Village to snap some Instagram-worthy moments with your besties and a gold coin donation will raise funds for charity partners, RSPCA Noosa and Smart Pups Assistance Dogs, with some amazing prize packs to be raffled.

Book lunch at one of the gorgeous restaurants, bars and cafes to secure the best position to soak up all the fun of this dog’s day out and enjoy live music and free face painting in the Village Square before the action moves to Peregian Park for the Village Flicks screening of Clifford the Big Red Dog! 

Don’t miss your chance to feast, forage and dance under the stars in a stunning beach side location for Enchanted on 12 November! This fabulous event held in Peregian Park is all about ‘Lighting up The Village’ and fundraising to bring lights to the Village Square and surrounds. This enchanting evening promises to be a party to remember with delicious food from Neshama food truck, live music, roving performers and spell binding face painting! Epic tunes from the fabulous DÉ SAINT will keep you on the dancefloor all night while the Sunshine & Sons Bar will be serving enchanting (and delicious) cocktails along with local beers and quality wine. 

Dress enchantingly in gold, ethereal or fairytale and help raise money to light up the village and keep the magical vibes going!

It’s all happening in The Village Peregian Beach this spring!



Sunday 25 September, 8am to 1pm Market Stalls and fun for all your doggy desires.

Gold coin donation fundraising for RSPCA Noosa and Smart Pups Assistance Dogs.


Sunday 25 September from 3pm Fairy Floss, Face Painting and Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Sunday 2 October – Back to the Future

SHOP & SIP – VIP Shopping Experience

Thursday 29 September, 3pm-7pm. Shop & Sip at your favourite Peregian Beach boutiques.


Saturday 12 November, 5pm-9.30pm

Dress enchantingly for a party under the stars with roving performers, live music and DJ DÉ SAINT. Enjoy the flavours of Neshama food truck with enchanting cocktails, local beers and quality wine from the Sunshine & Sons bar. Incredible raffle & prizes to be won! Tickets: $90 +BF


Wednesday 21 December, from 3pm

Santa and his helpers will sprinkle the festive fun for the 58th Peregian Beach Christmas Carols with Raw Ordio getting everyone grooving and singing along!

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About the Author /

Deb has 25+ years' experience providing strategic communications and brand reputation advice to clients in the government, business and not-for-profit clients. She is passionate about Noosa and is an active member of her community, providing PR to Slow Food Noosa and other clients. Her passion lies in working with small businesses to help them succeed. She is planning to release the Tastes of Noosa cookbook with Matt Golinski in 2019.

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