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August 27 (08:00 am)
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The latest events in Noosa

Be inspired by imaginative one-of-a-kind cultural adventures and premiere events during 10 days of comedy, theatre, music, literature, ballet, cabaret, feasts, films, beats and sand-between-your-toes, writes Helen Flanagan.  The multi-arts NOOSA alive! Festival, now technically in its 19th year after a COVID-19-induced pause in 2020, has

The sun is setting over the magnificent Laguna Bay, there is laughter, banter, fine wine, live music and guests are creating a masterpiece fit for the Louvre - or the loo at home! Carlie Wacker sets the scene for a Noosa Alive takeover you won’t

One dynamic duo are bringing the big guns of literature to town for a series of intimate events where book lovers will revel in the chance to get up close and personal with award-winning, best-selling authors. Carlie Wacker invites you to read all about The

The Village Vibes played on as the peeps of Peregian came out to play under the twinkling sky for an enchanting evening. It was indeed an enchanted evening with star tents and twinkling lights turning Peregian Beach into an Enchanted Forest to celebrate the Village Vibes

Expect extraordinary, rare, desirable and valuable collector cars at the Noosa Beach Classica event this September, writes Helen Flanagan. In a three-day celebration of classic motoring, the inaugural Noosa Beach Classica, the first event of this calibre in Queensland and in the style of the famed Concours

One local charity is giving talented kids the chance to shine and are harnessing the razzle dazzle of the Melbourne Cup to raise much-needed funds, as Carlie Wacker discovers. Every child deserves the chance to reach their full potential but sadly there are many in our

Savvy entrepreneurs know awards are good for business and the return of the Sunshine Coast Business Awards (SCBA) is an opportunity to celebrate the region’s outstanding performers, as SCBA President Jennifer Swaine discovers. If there is one thing that defines the Sunshine Coast, it would be

2021 Australian Institute of Architects’ Regional Architecture Awards The 2021 Australian Institute of Architects’ Regional Architecture Awards saw Tim Ditchfield Architects win The Gabriel Poole Award for Building of the Year for Noosa Heads property, Las Palmas. The project was also awarded a regional commendation for