This season it’s all about the kids at Noosa Civic Shopping Centre. Jolene Ogle discovers you can bring them down to the centre to learn to cook, INdulge in a morning of play and even dine with The Grinch.
The saying goes “happy wife, happy life”
Many of us are tuning into the mindfulness movement and as Mel Keding discovers, it’s making its way into the travel industry. The message is clear – it’s time to stop and smell the roses.
Close your eyes and think of the last holiday you took.
From the hallowed halls of Edinburgh’s Government building to the sandy shores of Noosa, local lad Scott Christensen has travelled the world to learn the art of building. He’s back in Noosa, ready to turn humble abodes into dream homes, as Jolene Ogle discovers.
Since launching more than four-years-ago, Tourism Noosa’s innovative Noosa Eco Check has worked with more than 500 locals and business owners to check their green credentials. Jolene Ogle investigates the program that is good for the environment as well as the bottom line.
When it comes
The Village at Peregian Beach is a unique space that will soon host its very own weekend festival powered by the people, for the people. Jolene Ogle checks out what is on offer.
Peregian is blessed with one of the best beaches on the Sunshine Coast
From a small fish and chip shop in the 50s, the effervescent Gambaro family has raised the bar literally as multi-award winning restaurateurs and hosts of a very chic hotel, as Helen Flanagan discovers.
John Gambaro has always been before his time. He is a stickler
Congratulations! If you have run in the IRONMAN, sipped wine at Noosa Food and Wine or taken on the Noosa Triathlon, you have unintentionally helped bridge the gap between tourism and the environment.
Officials and media gathered to celebrate the launch of the Trees for Tourism