Cyclone Oma may have come and gone, but the Sunshine Coast’s beaches remain the same – voted amongst Australia’s best and most popular beaches
Sunshine Coast Airport (SCA) announced today the appointment of Andrew Brodie to the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Sunshine Coast’s legendary tourism landmark and home of the famed pineapple parfait, the Big Pineapple, received a major boost
major additions to its luxury portfolio of global destinations, including over 22 luxury homes
RACV’s Noosa Resort has been recognised as a leader in sustainable and responsible tourism. The resort joins a small group of operators worldwide recognised by EarthCheck.
The Sunshine Coast attracted the highest ever increase in international visitors with 231,000 arrivals last year, up 19.9% and contributing $266 million in visitor expenditure to the economy
Palisade Investment Partners will be the Sunshine Coast Airport’s commercial operating partner in a deal worth more than half a billion dollars
Noosa local and TV Celebrity, Matt Sinclair has partnered with Tourism Noosa to become Noosa's newest Ambassador
Business Events Sunshine Coast organised for delegates to be transferred by boat from their base at Novotel Twin Waters Resort to the sandbar
Makepeace Island is throwing open its doors to host a ‘Save the Koala’ fundraising luncheon on 30th September 2016 as part of its critical effort to help save the Noosa region’s koalas
Following a number of highly competitive bids from capital cities and regional centres all around Australia, Queensland’s Sunshine Coast has been successful
Noosa Food & Wine 2016 is taking place in beautiful locations throughout Noosa from 20 -22 May 2016 with more than 40 fantastic events showcasing Australia's best chefs and produce.
To celebrate Tourism Australia’s Coastal and Aquatic campaign, Visit Sunshine Coast staged an Australian first by hosting five Aquameets with high profile social influencers across the Sunshine Coast...
Tourism Noosa and The AOT Group are excited to announce a joint interstate marketing campaign for Noosa.
Gay and Lesbian Tourism Australia (GALTA), will hold its 2015 Annual General Meeting in the beachside destination of Noosa later this month.
Noosa's international appeal continues to dominate tourism growth in Queensland, according to new figures released this week by Tourism Research Australia.
As temperatures drop in Melbourne, a touch of Noosa sunshine has arrived thanks to Tourism Noosa’s winter marketing campaign – You Could Be Here.
The team at inPlace left the icy temperatures of Sydney behind for the weekend when they retreated to Noosa for their annual conference.
Luxury has a new address on Noosa’s famed Hastings Street with the reopening of Seahaven Noosa which welcomed its first guests on Monday the 6th of January 2014.
An exceptional range of international and national keynote speakers are set to converge on Noosa, Queensland in the next two weeks.