Noosa Learn to Surf is located at Beach access 14, Claude Batten Drive, Noosa Heads. You will find us by turning left onto Hastings Street and follow the road all the way along until you get to the end. Veer left into Noosa Woods and we are in the first carpark on the right.
Located on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, travelling to Noosa from anywhere in Australia is easy. Once you’re here there are many ways to get around. See Noosa from the water, on two wheels or four, or climb on a local bus and let someone else do the driving.
Sunshine Coast Airport offers direct multiple daily flights from Sydney and Melbourne with airline partners Jetstar and Virgin Australia, with connecting services from all major Australian capital cities. Seasonal Auckland-Sunshine Coast (AKL-MCY) direct flights were successfully introduced from 2012, with Air New Zealand flying non-stop to Sunshine Coast Airport from June to January this year. Noosa is a convenient 30 minute drive north of Sunshine Coast Airport which provides a range of ground transport options including rental cars, taxis, bus transfers, public buses and hotel shuttles. For further details see www.SunshineCoastAirport.com.au
Brisbane Airport is Queensland’s domestic and international gateway, with over 200 flights departing and arriving daily. There are a number of bus services to and from Brisbane Airport. To find out more or to book a transfer, please visit www.sunair.com.au or www.henrys.com.au
Noosa is an easy 1 ½ hour drive north of Brisbane along the Bruce Highway. Take the turn-off at Eumundi and follow the signs along the Eumundi-Noosa Road. If you’re arriving from the North, Noosa is around 1 hour south of Gympie. Just continue on the Bruce Highway out of Gympie and turn off at Cooroy then follow the signs along the Cooroy Noosa Road until you reach Noosa. Greyhound Australia operates an extensive bus network around Australia, with Noosa a popular stop for many travellers. For details on schedules and rates visit www.greyhound.com.au
Although there are no toll roads in Noosa or the Sunshine Coast, there are five toll roads in and around Brisbane. If you travel on any of them on your way to and from Noosa, you can pay the toll online before you travel or up to 72 hours after travel – there are no toll booths or toll gates and the tolls are automatically calculated as your vehicle passes each toll point. Costs vary depending on the road and type of vehicle. Failure to pay incurs a fine.
Toll roads in and around Brisbane:
Several payment options are available through Flowtoll and Go Via including toll accounts, passes and tags. Accounts can be used on any toll road in Australia and passes are valid for all toll roads in Queensland. Please contact them for the option that best suits you:
P: 13 33 31
P: 07 3046 4191
Tags issued by other Australian toll road operators can be used on Queensland toll roads
If you hire a vehicle, please check with the rental company about their tolling arrangements.
Many service stations and retailers also provide the option of paying tolls for the Gateway Motorway and Logan Motorway only with cash, including the BP service stations southbound and northbound on the Bruce Highway, Caboolture. For a full list, please CLICK HERE. You can also manually top-up your Go Via account at Australia Post (minimum manual top-up amount is $25).
For more information on tolls, please CLICK HERE.
Trains from Brisbane stop at Nambour and Cooroy, where Sunbus collects passengers heading to Noosa. For rail and bus timetables visit www.translink.com.au