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The undeniable charm of a Noosa wedding


Think beachside village meets chic sophistication, and you’ve got Noosa in a nutshell. A Noosa wedding has an undeniable charm, thanks to the spectacular water views at every turn, stellar venues and a community of local talent offering everything a bride and groom could hope for. Couples from near and far are drawn to this world-famous stretch of coastline where the views take centre stage, and each wedding venue offers a unique point of difference.

Noosa wedding couple

Noosa Springs Golf Resort & Spa

Noosa wedding receptions:

Take the award-winning Noosa Boathouse – it’s been recently renovated with modern couples firmly in mind, resulting in an all-white colour scheme in the River Room and floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of the Noosa River. For an intimate wedding reception tucked away on Hastings Street, Sails Restaurant is a venue that impresses, with one-of-a-kind, uninterrupted views of Noosa Beach. (Inside tip: the chocolate pudding is a great alternative to a wedding cake.)

Relaxed and chic are the bywords for a wedding reception at The Noosa Beach House Peter Kuruvita, where the titular chef has introduced an incredible wine list and a menu that’s sure to delight gourmands. Ricky’s River Bar & Restaurant is a fresh and contemporary waterside wedding reception venue offering ambience, style and a touch of coastal elegance. Right next door, the ever-so-pretty Quamby Park is a gorgeous spot for a wedding ceremony, while the River Deck Restaurant, just down the road in Tewantin offers absolute waterfront dining. This spectacular venue boasts sweeping views of Noosa River and an exclusive ceremony deck. Owner Sue Baxby’s 40 years of industry experience, means she’s got wedding coordination down to a fine art. Her motto will be music to brides’ ears: “You don’t need to spend a million dollars because you’ve got a million-dollar view!


Sails Restaurant Noosa


Noosa Boathouse

Noosa wedding - Noosa National Park

Noosa wedding venues:

With many wedding venues in Noosa located on the water, getting from your ceremony to your reception is all part of the fun. Journeying by boat is a charming option for guests, while the bride and groom can make the trip in a 1940s-inspired, handcrafted mahogany boat from Noosa Dreamboats. Romantic and glamorous, the boats take in some of the most secluded spots in Noosa, and ensure envy-inspiring wedding photos. Many Noosa weddings are destination events, with bridal couples and their guests travelling from all over the country to celebrate a wedding – and enjoy a few days on the Sunshine Coast. As newlywed Amy enthuses, “We felt it added to the excitement and pleasure of the day by having our wedding away from home – we could go and truly make the most of it.” Recommended venues include the Noosa Springs Golf Resort and Spa at Noosa Heads. Family and friends can stay in the self-contained apartments, and beautifully manicured grounds are a romantic spot to say “I do”. And you can nip any pre-wedding stress in the bud with a treatment at Noosa Springs Spa (try the HydroMassage).  For a touch of luxury, head to the heart of Hastings Street, where you’ll find Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa, the only five-star, deluxe hotel in Noosa.


Noosa Dreamboats


Ricky’s Riverbar & Restaurant


Noosa ceremony. Photo: Lindy Yewen Photography

Whether you’re after sophisticated elegance or a more laid-back wedding celebration, Noosa has something for every couple.

If the glamorous heart of the Sunshine Coast is calling your name, go to for more information about planning your own wedding in Noosa.

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