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Hastings Street

Noosa, Queensland, Australia
+61 (0)7 5447 4988 (Noosa Tourist Centre)
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Noosa and Sunshine Coast Hinterland Day Trip from Brisbane
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Noosa, Queensland, Australia
+61 (0)7 5447 4988 (Noosa Tourist Centre)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I had heard great reviews and was sad to say I was disappointed with the service. I wasn't aware you had to take a seat to be served.. I walked in as others had and stood there, looking stupid, ignored while other guests who walked...More

Thank Karen G
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Walk the full length on both sides then take to the boardwalk. Everything for shopping eating, drinking and relaxing is there. Can be crowded and impossible to park so walk from parallel streets. The place to be seen in Noosa.

Thank Gregoire64
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We visit Hastings Street @ least once on every trip we make to The Sunshine Coast. It has a certain class about it & is always so busy. We usually enjoy some tea & coffee @ The Sebel as we watch the world going by...More

Thank Carringtonfs
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The street is nice with upmarket shops and pricey restaurants. At night the fairy lights on the trees are pretty but everything seemed very dim. All restaurants had low lighting and the street has low lighting- which can look pretty but it seemed to be...More

Thank Kylie S
Reviewed 3 days ago

Hastings Street is what you might consider to be the main shopping street in Noosa. Classy, with high end retailers (eg, Hugo Boss) and chains (eg Billabong, Lorna Jane) and a few quirky little shops scattered in between. Lots of alfresco coffee shops and restaurants....More

Thank seagullrob
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lots of food and drink options for couples, groups and families. Very busy and lucky we could just walk there from our accommodation, wouldn't like to find a park there.

Thank HillyGordon
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We enjoy cruising up and down Hastings Street looking for new places to eat. Lots of yummy options after a day spent in the water! Bars and restaurants mostly have live music which was relaxing and wonderful we enjoyed every moment!

Thank 793timikab
Reviewed 1 week ago

Hastings st is great for browsing the many varied shops, including clothes. Wonderful variety of places to eat, somewhere different every day. great for places to have a sunset drink and hit the nightlife

Thank Janet B
Reviewed 1 week ago

To me, Hastings Street is the quintessential beach holiday experience. If you want remote, isolated beaches where you won't see another sole, then Noosa isn't for you (obviously!)... but if you like a beautiful beach with heaps of great restaurants, cafes, shops and people watching,...More

Thank chichotellover
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Hastings street is the main strip along Noosa beach with plenty of restaurant choices, boutiques, shops and coffee lounges

Thank Jim B
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It's called Mint Kiss Jewellery 😊