Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Christmas in the Tropics....Hastings Street, Noosa Heads

Noosa is a wonderful spot.
Safe, white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, stunning blue skies and balmy weather, a haven for lovers, families, retirees and tourists.
This is the Hastings Street 'Christmas Tree'.
Sure, she's not very traditional, but this year, she is bathed in Ballet Pink fairy lights and she looks a treat.
Fairy lights twinkle and sparkle in the trees overhanging Hastings Street at both ends, and driving into it is reminiscent of driving down a miniature Champs Elysees`.
If you're in the area, pop down to Hastings (as it's fondly called) and see the very French inspired Christmas lights for yourself.
While you're there, you can feast at one of the many restaurants, have dinner at the Surf Club (honestly the best seat in the house along there), indulge in a Gelatissimo, a coffee, or just fish and chips at one of the picnic tables along the foreshore.
There's something for everybody and every budget.
We love Noosa :)


  1. Mimi, you lucky ducks. Noosa is gorgeous, not overdeveloped either, is it? Xx

  2. No, it's not. All buildings along there are three stories or under, so it's still got a real village feel about it. And of course there's the stunning national parks surrounding Laguna Bay too. Beautiful :)


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