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Not only are we located at one of the best addresses in Queensland, but we are also surrounded by great restaurants and bars. Below are just a few of the many local places located on Hastings Street.

Sails Restaurant


Top-notch dining in a beachfront setting. And yes, it really is as luxe as it sounds! For that special end-of-trip dinner or for locals wanting to soak up the holiday vibe of the paradise they call home, this truly is one of the best restaurants in Noosa. If a long, lazy lunch is what you’re chasing, Sails is the place to perch!

Where: 75 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
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Bistro C


Relaxed. Effortless. Mouth-watering. Just some of the vocab you’ll be using to gloat about your breezy dining experience at Bistro C. Great for breakfast but even better as the day goes on, this relaxed restaurant is the perfect place to drop by for some starters and cocktails as the sun goes down.

Where: 49 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
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Noosa Beach House


World-class dining on Hastings Street is up for the taking at Noosa Beach House.
Start with a cocktail in the super chic bar area — the Passionfruit Mojito is lip-smackingly good — and people-watch your way through the afternoon.

Then, slip through to the contemporary dining area and be wowed as you devour a five-course degustation menu complete with matching wines and see why this makes our list of the best restaurants in Noosa.

Where: 16 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
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Nestled down the Noosa National Park end of Hastings Street, Locale is not to be missed. Pop in for an aperitif and chances are you’ll stay through dinner, dessert, and an espresso nightcap. Serving authentic Italian dishes, including wood-fire pizzas, this sophisticated restaurant feels like a hidden enclave in a bustling resort town. Design-geeks are looked after with a stunning, industrial-style interior to gawk over!

Where: 62 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
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Cafe Le Monde


Cafe Le Monde is the kind of place you can either wear Havis or full nighttime Coast attire to (aka a T-shirt, jeans and Toms). Trust us, the young, surfy bartenders won’t discriminate. Set across from the Surf Club, Le Monde is the area’s late-night hotspot that manages to incorporate the Coastal nightlife sentiment without a whiff of closed-in, smelly club air. If you’re not after a rager, head here early in the night for a Margarita and tapas—the food is reasonably priced and the drinks are bound to get you buzzing.



Where: 52 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads

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Miss MoneyPennys


Another drinking hub on Hastings Street, Miss Moneypennys will pull you in off the street with their awesome theme nights. Don’t believe us? Well, between Monday and Friday you’re taken care of with After Work Wine Down, where you can nab half price bar bites. And if you’re tied up during the week, Sundays are all about chilled tunes, cheap $10 pizzas and tantalising South American cocktails at Afternoons In Havana. Told you so!


Where: 6 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads

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