In just five years, Noosa Open Studio has grown to be Australia’s second largest art trail and this year’s event is shaping up to be brighter, bigger and more engaging than ever, as Deb Caruso discovers.
almost 100 local artists, galleries and artisans over five amazing
Noosa Civic Centre has renergised its creative workshops with mindful and crafty workshops to keep the whole family entertained over the school holidays. Ingrid Nelson discovers more.
“I’m bored” – The two words every parent dreads during the school holidays will be a thing of
Pete Goodlet provides a preamble to the Sculpture on the Edge event which will delight art, garden and food lovers of all calibre.
Artists are often considered to live on the edge of society. As an artist friend once quipped “if you’re not living on the
We all love an excuse to dress up, especially when it’s for a great cause. Ingrid Nelson discovers what’s in store at an exciting new Black & Glossy event.
Hosted by the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation (NBRF) and proudly supported by IN Noosa Magazine,the Black &
Local leaders of the global Slow Food movement gathered at Peppers Noosa to welcome the newest - and celebrate the ongoing - Snail of Approval recipients who took an oath to uphold the global values of producing good, clean and fair food. In the words
A Noosa Junction laneway came to life for the Tourism Noosa Christmas Party. Tourism Noosa members donned their best police uniforms, construction worker get-ups and handlebar moustaches for the Village People-themed Christmas Party. Noosa Junction’s best eateries turned food vendors for the night as party-goers
Event: Okanui and Nomad Brewing Co Celebration
Venue: Miss Money Penny's
Noosa locals toasted the collaboration between our favourite surf brand, Okanui, and Nomad Brewing Co that resulted in a bespoke beer designed to keep the summer vibe alive. Guests gathered at Miss Moneypenny's to raise a
Event: Noosa Chances Award Ceremony
Venue: The J Noosa
The lucky recipients of 18 scholarships gathered with family and friends at The J for the Noosa Chances award ceremony. The talented and motivated young people all received merit-based scholarships of up to $1500 to help students further