Top 10 Things To Do In Noosa On A Rainy Day
Noosa has a brilliant temperature all year round, but sometimes we can be susceptible to rain. It generally doesn’t last that long, and it isn’t normally cold. Don’t worry there is still plenty of things to do.
1. Underwater World – Parkyn Pde, Mooloolaba
Stuck for things to do, go to Underwater World. Learn all about the undersea creatures, watch the seal show, or check out the otters at Underwater World. For session times check out www.underwaterworld.com.au
2. Noosa Council Libraries – Wallace Park, Noosaville or Maple Street, Cooroy
There is loads to read, plus free or creative events at the Libraries – see the link below for these school holidays. Noosa Libraries Events Calendar OR check out the library website for story and craft times for the little ones, games to play and music to listen to.
3. Roller Skating (or Ice Skating in Summer)/ Blue Light Disco’s – 19 Caloundra Road, Caloundra
Take the kids Roller Skating, or check out the Blue Light Disco’s. http://www.rollerdrome.com.au/session-times-general/
4. Noosa Regional Gallery Riverside, 9 Pelican St, Tewantin
There are plenty of workshops for the kids these school holidays, have a look at the website. www.noosa.qld.gov.au
Noosa has fabulous boutiques, Noosa Civic provides a Big W, and other stores, or hit Peregian Beach for a quirky mix of coastal stores. Stop for a baby chino, coffee and a snack.,
6. Noosa Ten Pin Bowling/Laser Tag – Bartlett St, Noosaville
On rainy days or hot summer days when you just need to take shelter and enjoy a bit of air-conditioning Tenpin Bowling is always popular with the kids no matter their age because we can supply you with a ramp for the wee ones. They also have Laser Tag is a great way for them to burn off some energy. www.noosatenpin.com.au
7. Movie Time – Noosa Five Cinemas – David Low Way, Noosa Junction
Kids love going to the movies, and during school holidays there’s usually a $6 family movie session on the weekends at 10am.
The Sunshine Coast isn’t known for its museums but the Queensland Air Museum in Caloundra is great for plane enthusiasts and we love the Eumundi Museum where you can learn about the history of the Sunshine Coast Region.
9. Sunshine Castle – David Low Way, Bli Bli
The Bli Bli Castle is one of a kind and sure to keep your little prince or princess happy. A real medieval castle with armor & costumes from the era. There’s also a great doll display which little girls love. When you’ve finished exploring try the cafe for refreshments.
10. Simply Explore
There are so many beautiful places around the Sunshine Coast with plenty of great things to do so take time to explore it. Go for a drive to the hinterland to take in the magnificent views or browse the quirky stores in Maleny or Montville. The Sunshine Coast art trail is a great place to start with that and as the kids love checking out the different styles of art.
For Example the Maleny Botanic Gardens: 9am – 4.30pm 7 days, except Christmas Day – take a picnic or enjoy a Devonshire Tea, 5408 4110 – 233 Maleny-Stanley River Rd Cnr Mountain View Rd, Maleny
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