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The Global Cafe
Address: 13 William Street, Noosaville
Phone: 07 5474 1844
Open: Breakfasts – Tuesday to Sunday 8am-11am and Dinner Tuesday to Sunday 6pm till late
Locals and travellers have enjoyed the quality and atmosphere of the Global Cafe Noosa for over 10yrs. Free WiFi.
Thai Square Noosa
Address: 285 Weyba Road, Noosaville
Phone: (07) 5449 9099
Fab Thai Food at Thai Square Noosa. Watch out for the Jungle Curry! Hotter than the sun!
River Cottage Noosa
2.6km circuit (Allow 1 hour) Easy grade. Scenic views, rainforest with tall trees emerging above the surrounding canopy, piccabeen groves, transition forest with large flooded gums and open forest feature on this walk. Please remain on the designated track, as there are steep cliff edges. Supervise children carefully. There is a branch track to Cameron Falls Lookout.
Access to the start of this walk is via Main Street, North Tamborine and Knoll Road. The parking area is very small and unsuitable for large buses.
There is a picnic area near the start of the walk, in tall, open forest, with a large shelter shed and picnic table. From the northern edge of the picnic area you can enjoy views to Flinders Peak and Brisbane.
3.1km return (Allow 1 hour) Moderate grade. This track zigzags down the steep mountainside through open forest with banksia trees and into rainforest with huge strangler figs. You will pass seasonal lagoons surrounded by piccabeen palm groves and rainforest before you reach Witches Falls. After heavy rain the lagoons fill with water and come to life with many species of insects and frogs. The track returns through rainforest and behind the cemetery. The falls only flow after recent rain and can be viewed via a 200m detour from the circuit to a lookout platform.
The Witches Falls Circuit starts from the picnic area on Main Western Road. The grassy areas have electric barbecues, picnic tables and toilets, and are surrounded by tall eucalypts.
Thomas Corner Noosa
Address: 128 Long Road, Eagle Heights, QLD, 4271
Phone: (07) 5545 3066
Mount Tamborine Winery was the first winery to establish in the Gold Coast Hinterland in the food & wine trail in 1990 by founder Roger Hart, and the Hart family has continued the tradition of growing, making and producing their own wines. Open: daily from 10am-4.00pm excepting Christmas Day and Good Friday.
Magic Of India Noosa
1.5km return ( Allow 30 minutes) Moderate grade. Joalah is an Aboriginal word meaning “haunt of the lyrebird”. The loud calls of the male Albert’s lyrebird can be heard during winter. The track starts from the Dapsang Drive carpark. It is also possible to start at the shops on Eagle Heights Road, adding an extra 800m return to the walk.
On this track you will walk through rainforest and descend steep stairs to a large pool at the base of Curtis Falls. There is an impressive view of the falls and surrounding columnar basalt rockface. Swimming is prohibited at the falls. A restricted access area below Curtis Falls protects an important glow-worm colony. The track continues from the falls, along a piccabeen palm-fringed creek to a giant strangler fig. Beyond this strangler fig, the lower Joalah track is closed for your safety due to rockfalls.