Your Tropical Escape in the Heart of Noosa

The Islander Noosa Resort is a popular and iconic holiday resort in the centre of Noosaville bounded by the famous eat streets of Thomas Street and Gympie Terrace. Peeping past the Islander shops you will find the resort’s self contained villas nestled into a paradise of 4 acres of lush tropical gardens

When on a Noosaville holiday at the resort, you are surrounded by the best of Noosaville’s shops, cafés, and restaurants hairdressers, boutiques, and all within a 5-minute walk of the resort.

Perfectly located to take advantage of exploring the local Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Blackall Rages, Cooloola National parks and The Everglades, Rainbow Beach and Fraser Island or take day trips to Australia Zoo, Aussie World, Sea Life and the Ginger Factory.


A cosmopolitan village along Noosa River

Noosaville, once a sleepy fishing village along the Noosa River is now a popular hub for holiday accommodation, aquatic activities, cafes, bars and restaurants. 

Located along Gympie Terrace and the Noosa River and foreshore, The Islander Noosa Resort overlooks the Noosa River with its river views, shady trees and grassy pathway where couples relax, honeymooners celebrate and families picnic or share memories as the kids have fun at the playgrounds or play in the sand on the safe river bank.


Beaches, dining & shopping

Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is 100 km of coastline with beaches, national parks and resort villages, such as Noosa Heads, Noosaville and Sunshine Beach. 

Noosa, voted by TripAdvisor as having one of the top 10 beaches with a water temperature that invites year round swimming and surfing.

Located on the shores of north-facing Laguna Bay is the renowned Hastings Street with Main Beach, the surf club and many shops, restaurants and resorts. Noosa as a destination has a diverse offering to visitors from the surf beach and national park, the river and lakes with their diverse fauna and flora, through to the hinterland villages and mountain areas and the stunning natural scenery.