Noosa Shire Council

Council is committed to ensuring your business dealings with the organisation are positive. You can request a service by filling out our online customer request form. A council staff member will respond to your request as required.

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Skal International Sunshine Coast

Skål is a professional organisation of tourism leaders around the world, promoting global tourism and friendship. It is the only international group uniting all branches of the travel and tourism industry. Its members, the industry’s managers and executives, meet at local, national, regional and int...

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Sunshine Beach Surf Club

The Surf Club Sunshine Beach enjoys unparalleled views of the coast from its position set above beautiful Sunshine Beach and is only 2kms from central Noosa. From the spacious deck with unencumbered views to the Ocean View Room where diners can taste the best the sea has to offer, the Surf Club i...

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Noosa Tourism

Tourism Noosa is a Local Tourism Organisation (LTO) charged with the strategic marketing of the Noosa region to domestic and international consumers, trade and the media. We are a membership-based organisation with over 450 members who come from a diverse range of backgrounds including accommodation...

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Sunshine Coast Council

The Mayor and councillors work closely with the Executive Leadership Team and staff to deliver a range of plans and strategies that guide the delivery of major projects across the region and council’s capital works program. Council remains committed to its vision for the Sunshine Coast: to be Austra...

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Skål International Australia

Skål is not a business association, however, while Skål does not involve itself directly in business, it does encourage Skålleagues do business with each other, and with Skål supporters. The international friendship and close personal contact of Skål must be experienced to be appreciated. Skål is...

Sensory Santa Qld

Sensory Santa works with Shopping Centres all over Qld in offering families with sensory disorders the opportunity to have a photo with Santa. Each Christmas we run Sensory Santa, allowing your children to have photos with Santa without all the sensory overload of lights, long queues and music etc....


Athletes and fans flock to Queensland to be part of the largest triathlon event in the world! Be part of the Noosa experience in 2016.

Cooroy Chamber of Commerce

Visit Cooroy to meet the friendly people that make our town special and enjoy some good old fashioned hinterland hospitality. Cooroy is a bustling town in the heart of Noosa Hinterland ideally located amongst rolling green hills and mountains near Lake Macdonald and The Noosa Botanical Gardens.

Surfing Australia

Surfing Australia

Surfing Australia is a National Sporting Organisation that was formed in 1963 to establish, guide and promote the development of surfing in Australia. Surfing Australia is the representative body on the International Surfing Association (ISA) of which there are 86 member countries and is recognis...

About Organisations For Noosa

While in Noosa, if you go to Hastings Street next to the Surf Club, you’ll find the Information Center where they offer maps, brochures and itineraries. It may be better to start your trip with a quick stop here. The nice thing is the local volunteers love telling whoever comes through their door the best places to shop, eat and visit. Getting advice from the staff is one of the best things you can do to make your trip here to the Sunshine Beach extraordinary. 

Noosa Shire Council is an organization of the local government authority on the Sunshine Coast that covers Noosaville. They organize the policies, plans and even complaints on all the local laws in Noosaville. The Noosa Shire Council are the ones who usually provide all the information on council projects, events and activities. They keep up with the latest news and report this to the area.

Tourism Noosa is a Local Tourism Organisation (LTO) charged with the strategic marketing of the Noosa region to domestic and international consumers, trade and the media. All activities conducted by this organisation are guided by a 10-year Sustainable Tourism Plan. Established for over 10 years, they are a not-for-profit organisation which reports to the Tourism Noosa Board of Directors. The board consists of representatives from their membership, industry and community.