Art & Culture

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Cooktown 4WD Adventure

Cooktown is one of Australia's bucket list destinations. An epic 4wd journey through World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest to historical Cooktown. Experience our natural and cultural heritage...... Locally owned, Adventure North Australia operate tours from Cairns and Port Douglas. The return...

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The J Theatre Noosa

The J is a vibrant and dynamic Centre right in the heart of Noosa. The J provides a much sought after venue for events, programs and activites which reflect a wide range of cultural, artistic and recreational and educative interests.

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Noosa Arts Theatre

Noosa Arts Theatre, located in the heart of Noosa, provides a range of live theatre entertainment options covering all genres, from contemporary dramas to musicals, comedies, one-act plays and cabaret. The theatre is an intimate venue, featuring comfortable raked seating and an air-conditioned au...

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Noosa Yacht & Rowing Club

The Noosa Yacht and Rowing Club offers the very best in casual Noosa waterfront entertainment, with a contemporary, bistro-style restaurant, bar and simply breathtaking views. Set in the bustling hub of Noosaville, and perched beside the beautiful Noosa River, there is no better place to enjoy gr...

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Noosa Museum

Celebrate the Noosa region’s heritage at Noosa Museum, 29 Factory Street, Pomona during Heritage Week,

Discover Eumundi Heritage and Visitor Centre

Discover Eumundi is a Heritage and Visitor Centre which houses a wonderful collection of memorabilia from early white settlement in Eumundi and its surrounding district through to more contemporary history such as Eumundi's famous Original Eumundi Market. It is also a keeping place for indigenous ar...

Rainbow River Festival

Come and join the LGBTI community for a fun filled few day of events including: Melony Brest's Drag Bingo and a Sunday afternoon river parade. Rent your own boat or join our party Rainbow Boat. All are welcome.

The Majestic Theatre Pomona

Where silent film meets live performance. Experience the old-world charm of a Twenties community theatre with modern-day sound and lighting and has the capacity to host events to suit all ages and tastes.

Noosa Junction

With over 200 specialty stores & businesses to explore there's something for everyone at Noosa junction! You'll find everything from bank loans to block busters, boogie boards to baked beans, cappuccinos to crayfish & cook wear to candelabras.

Noosa International Film Festival

Showcasing local, Australian and international talent on the big screen, the Noosa International Film Festival will present a diverse program including over 130 short films, an all premiere lineup of world cinema titles, a classic silent film, an environmental documentary and an industry guest event...

Noosa Regional Gallery

Established in 1981, the gallery has built a long-standing reputation. Noosa Regional Gallery presents a diverse and changing annual program, featuring exhibitions by leading local, national and international artists and curators, as well as presenting private and corporate collections.. The Gallery...

About Art & Culture For Noosa

Noosa is a mecca of artistic talent. Sunshine Coast has a history of arts and culture and the Noosa Arts theatre is a live theatre operation that you won’t want to miss. Contemporary dramas, musicals, comedies, one-act plays and even cabaret can be found at this intimate venue along Weyba Road in Noosaville.

There are many events and exhibits all year long like the Botanica Art, Creative Artist, Embroidery, Quilting and even Scrapbooking Exhibit. Creative Writing, Porcelain, Textile art and even Watercolor.

A local heritage is the Butter Factory Arts Center, which operates as gallery space for local and even visiting artists. With a full exhibition program, they run workshops and provides a venue for the performing arts as well. is the place to find more information. 

With the areas diverse cultural heritage, music and drama play an integral part in the arts too. Glass blowers, printers, painters and sculptors all showcase their wares either through shows, in their shops or the local market venues. Some of the galleries display and sell a variety of art like jewelry, furniture, crafts and ceramics. Check out some Indigenous art and learn how to carve a boomerang.