Laguna on Hastings is located on fashionable Hastings Street, across the road from the beach and only steps to cosmopolitan restaurants and boutiques.
Noosa National Park is a 15 minute walk up the street. Themed in clean, classic lines, the elegant Laguna on Hastings is beautifully appointed with light airy decor and is fully equipped.
Enjoy a meal at one of the local restaurants or cafes, sit around one of the sun drenched pool and relax with a good book and a cocktail, or enjoy the spa. Or simply kick back in the air conditioned comfort of your spacious self contained one or two bedroom apartment. Laguna on Hastings Apartments are family friendly 4 star resort set in the heart of Noosa.
From Laguna on Hastings holiday options are endless. Check out the cosmopolitan café and boutique society of Hastings Street, dine at one of the many cafes or restaurants along Noosaville’s Gympie Terrace or enjoy an ale at the Noosa Heads Surf Club.
Located on the Sunshine Coast, just over one and a half hours drive from Brisbane, Noosa offers nature, attractions and the good life.
Smack bang in the centre of Noosa is famous Hastings Street, lined with boutique shops, restaurants and cafes oozing seaside charm and casual sophistication.
Hastings Street is Noosa’s Main Beach, a north facing surfing beach from which you can walk 10 minutes to Australia’s most visited park, Noosa National Park. Noosa National Park covers 477 hectares of coves, walking tracks, rocky headlands and some of the best surfing breaks the Sunshine Coast has to offer.
Located behind Hastings Street and over Noosa Hill you will find Noosa Junction. Noosa Junction is the region’s central shopping area where you can shop with ease, see a movie and visit the bank.
Within the greater Sunshine Coast and easily accessible from Noosa is the world’s largest sand island, Fraser Island as well as Underwater World, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest oceanarium and Australia Zoo, founded by conservationist Steve Irwin.
The Eumundi Markets is also well worth a visit during your stay at Noosa. These markets are held every Wednesday and Saturday and is full with live entertainment, art and craft stalls and food stalls covering every corner of the globe.
If you want to experience Noosa at its busiest and most vibrant, high season is between December to mid January and late March to early April. To experience a quieter Noosa, low season is early April to early December.