Hiking through the national park, surfing or just hanging out on the beach watching volleyball, the ironman competitions or triathlons that take place in Noosa throughout the year, brings many people. Along with all the other amazing things that go on here it can be hard to find a quiet place to regroup.
You will, however, be pleased to know that there are such places in Noosa. The Caribbean Noosa resort is one such place, tucked away on Noosa Parade and only blocks away from Hastings Street. You can still get your fix of shopping, the beaches, the ambience, the liveliness and the ongoing hum that hits the street on a daily basis, but you can also find solitude.
When you need some escape from real life, from your busy lifestyle, from Christmas shopping, work, stress, and all of the other things that you just need to set aside for a day or two, this place has what you need.
Make sure you get yourself a water view room, though the garden view rooms are nice as well. You enter, cross the room and throw open the curtains, step out onto the deck that is yours for your time here. The water in the canal gently rocks, and the ducks, cormorants and pelicans bob along, passing you by at a leisurely pace and you know you have arrived. Serenity has found you.
Sit down or lounge and enjoy the beauty that surrounds you. The trees sway slightly with the breeze, people glide by in their kayaks, long boards with perfectly balanced surfers barely make a sound as they cruise by.
The room itself is a long narrow corridor but holds everything you need for your stay. A cozy couch, small dining table, and a loft bedroom fill the space. The small but well stocked kitchen allows you to prepare meals if you so choose. There is a good selection of kitchen items and you can save money by eating in. There is a large outside barbeque area to add to your options.
You can take a dip in the canal and rest your body on the tidy private beach or you may prefer the pool area which is inviting and well maintained. The grounds are a wonderful gathering of some of Queensland's best tropical plants.