Things To Do In Noosa When It Rains

Posted By: untanglemyweb on Mar 07, 2011 in Noosa River
Things To Do In Noosa When It Rains

Noosa 10 Pin Bowling Alley in Noosaville is air-conditioned and non-smoking. They have 18 lanes including 10 of the latest automatic bumper systems designed especially for kids. The fully licensed Alley Cats Cafe and Bar serves a full range of foods from hot chips, to burgers, hotdogs, fish n chips, and fresh pizzas. http://www.noosatenpin.com.au/

Pandas Playland is Noosa’s only Indoor Playcentre and Café. Children 10 years and under can come and have hours of fun, fun, fun whilst mums, dads, and grandparents sit back, relax and enjoy a lovely coffee, tasty lunch or scrumptious cake. Remember at all times your little ones are in a safe and secure child friendly environment! OPENING HOURS: Mon, Tues, Wed 9am – 2.30pm, Thurs, Fri. Sat 9am – 4pm, Sun 9am – 4 pm Queensland School holidays 9am – 4pm 7 days http://www.pandasplayland.com.au/gallery/pandaspics/index.php

Noosa 5 Cinemas show all the latest movie releases. Special Offer on Tuesdays: all movies only $9 eachMovie Info: (07) 5447 5130 Location: 29 Sunshine Beach Road, NOOSA HEADS, QLD 4567 http://www.noosacinemas.com.au/ Noosa Library, Wallace Park, Wallace Drive, Noosaville (07) 5442 4411. FREE WiFi Internet service. Opening hours: Mon to Fri 9.30am – 6.00pm, Sat & Sun 9.30am – 3.00pm

Underwater World is located in Mooloolaba, approx 45 mins drive South of Noosa. http://www.underwaterworld.com.au/Home.aspxOpen each day 9am to 5pm except Christmas Day. See Wolngarin Reception for tickets.Underwater World is a unique opportunity to explore 8 unique zones including Touch and Tell, Weird and Wonderful, Seal Island, Otter Empire, Fresh and Freaky, Billabongs and Backyards, Sharks Alive and Crawly Creatures! Walk amongst thousands of marine and freshwater animals including giant sharks, stingrays, sawfish and tropical reef fish without getting your feet wet. View the shark feeding or watch a shark dive from the 80 metre transparent tunnel in the 2.5 million litre Oceanarium.

The Majestic Theatre at Pomona is a 25 minute drive from Noosa. Enjoy silent films with pipe organ accompaniment at the historic Majestic Theatre. Laugh, cry, shout, stamp and sing along with the comedy, drama and romance as you are transported back to the Golden Age of silent cinema. Information and bookings (07) 5485 2330 or www.themajestictheatre.com.au

Borrow some board games from Reception

Check out the 2nd hand bookshops in Noosa Junction, and on Thomas Street, Noosaville for a fantastic range of second hand books. Don’t forget Reception also has a book swap shelf that you may use.

Hire a Nintendo Wii from Reception – heaps of fun for all the family (big kids will enjoy this too!)

Write postcards home. Reception has a selection of complimentary postcards.

Go Surfing; let’s face it, you’re gonna get wet either way! Surf lessons take place twice daily [9am and 1pm] at the main beach, just over the “groyne” rock wall.

Hire a movie – we have a selection at Reception. Also the local Video Ezy shop happily hires DVD’s and games to holidaymakers

Coffee and Cake, go on treat yourself at one of Noosa’s many cafes…

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