We headed straight to Sunshine Coast with our rented car once we arrived in Brisbane. It took approximately 1.5 hours to reach our rented beach house — a two story property overlooking the beautiful ocean. Along the way, we managed to grab a simple lunch and did some grocery shopping for the next couple of days.
Weather was a little chilly as it was about to rain but in exchange, we were greeted by this gorgeous double rainbow, what a lovely sight after a long day of travel.
Nothing beats a morning walk along the coast, at Noosa International Park after a hearty homemade breakfast.
The sun was shinning down brightly with a mild coastal breeze brushing across our faces — we should have weather like this in Singapore!! With weather so good, no doubt lots of surfers filled the ocean. It’s amazing watching them catching the right wave.
Lunch was a drive away from our beach house, along Hastings Street — Noosa Surf Club was relatively packed with people even on a Monday afternoon. We had the freshest seafood, fish and chips, spaghetti bolognese for the little girl, some greens and a pint.
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Wow, this takes me back! My (American) cousin moved to Noosa Heads decades ago. I visited twice when I was in my 20’s which was mid 1980’s. I remember Hastings Str. and watched my cousin surf where you pictured. The Auzzies are real nice and friendly people. He’s still there, became a very successful developer and has two daughters. I should think about returning for a visit. Thanks for the memories!