Whats on in Noosa!

Whats on in Noosa!

Noosa Beach

Hydrothon: See current and past surf sports champions including Ironwoman Liz Pluimers at Hydrothon this Sun 21 June with a 1km swim, 9km ocean paddle and 8km run from Noosa Main Beach from 8am. Also a Hydrothon 4 Kids event

Rally action: The International Rally of Queensland has forest racing action with stages in the Mary Valley near Noosa hinterland this weekend, 20-21 June. Junior World Champion Pontus Tidemand, Asia Pacific and Indian Champion Gaurav Gill and the world’s top female driver Molly Taylor of Australia are among drivers tackling 18 timed stages over almost 230km between Kenilworth and Kandanga. Rally command centre and catered spectator viewing points are in Imbil, where a street party on Sat night will welcome crews. See rallyqueensland.com.au for tickets and updates

Afternoons in Havana: There’s chilled Latin house and Brazil electro, cocktail specials and $10 pizzas at Afternoons in Havana every Sunday, 1-6pm at Miss Moneypenny’s, Hastings St

Empty bowls: Slow Food Noosa hosts an Empty Bowls Lunch at Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre, Sun 21 June, noon, raising funds for a community health and nutrition program for women in Timor-Leste. Local ceramic artists have donated bowls for the event – everyone will take home a beautiful handcrafted bowl – and head chef from View Restaurant at Outrigger Little Hastings Street Resort and Spa, Michael Jenkins, has created a 3-course lunch. Cost $80, BYO. Book on 0416 297 352

Set for Season: Season Restaurant, beachfront on Hastings St has a new 2 and 3-course set menu – 2 courses for $35 or 3 courses $45 – both with a glass of house wine. Book on 5447 3747

Flava Feast: Chilli Nights is the theme for Noosa Junction’s Flava Feast on Wed 24 June with 3 courses, 3 restaurants, 1 night … the walking progressive dinner from 6.30pm takes you from Suriyo Thai for entree to Wok in Noosa for main and Mystic India for dessert – $50+BF. Book at junctionflava.com.au

Embassy pop-up: $1 pork dumplings (that’s right!) in the Lounge Bar at Embassy XO, Sunshine Beach for the Pop Up special this Fri 19 June, 3-6pm


Vaudeville Affair: The Doo Wop Dolls present a Vaudeville Affair, taking you back to a 1940s Vaudeville club with tunes from The Andrew Sisters, Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe; burlesque; clog dancing; a pole dancer; drag queens and more fun, 19 and 20 June, Eumundi School of Arts, Memorial Dve, Eumundi, 7.30pm. Dress up in 1920s-1960s costume. Dessert and cash bar available. 18+ event. Tickets $45 + $2.20 BF – book at redchair.com.au

Live music: Check out great live music in Noosa from 19-25 June
Seth Sentry performs at the Villa Noosa Hotel, Mary St, Noosaville, Fri 19 June, doors open 8pm. Tickets $34.70 at the venue. 18+ event
Legends of Rock at Noosa Heads Surf Club, Thurs 25 June, 8.30pm has Acca Dacca, the ACDC show and Powderedfinger, tribute to Powderfinger. $15 pre-sold (noosasurfclub.com.au) or $20 on the door
At the Noosa Reef Hotel, Noosa Heads see James Sinclair from 8pm and LMNOP from 11pm this Fri 19 June; on Sat 9pm-late, LMNOP, Funkt, Wintex, James Sinclair; on Sun see RG3 from 4pm
Christian Patey at Bohemian Bungalow, Eumundi, Sat 20 June, noon-2pm; Maggie Britton, Sun 12.30pm
See The Vibe on the deck at Sunshine Beach Surf Club, this Sun 21 June, 3-6pm
Dodgy Rog are free at Harbour Wine Bar, Noosa Marina, Tewantin Fri 19 June, 5.30pm
Noosa Beach House, Hastings St has The Vibe this Fri 19 June 8-11pm; Carl Wockner on Sun 2.30-5.30pm; and Andrew Lawson on Wed 24 June 6.30-8.30pm
Café Le Monde has DJs this Fri and Sat from 8.30pm; see Barry Charles and the Deeper Beat on Sun from 3pm; and on Thur 25 June see Hannah, Georgia and Mitch, Doolie and Kyle Bhana from 6.30pm
Janice J Duo are free at Noosa Yacht & Rowing Club on Sun 21 June, 2pm
Late-night grooves Sat from 9pm at the Supper Club, Miss Moneypenny’s, Hastings St
The Oz Roxx Show is at Tewantin-Noosa RSL on Fri 19 June, 8pm, $10; Soul Fixx are free on Sat, 8pm; and Fiddle Me Please are free on Thurs 25 June, 7pm
Hans Solo at KB’s, Nomads Noosa on Sun 21 June, 6-9pm, and see Alan Kelly on Wed 24 June, 8-11pm
Live music at Shades Wine Bar, Noosa Junction on Wednesday and Saturday
Coolum Surf Club has live music this Fri 19 June
Winter solstice: Join salutations to the setting sun with Yoga Circle, Noosaville for the winter solstice on the first International Day of Yoga this Sun 21 June, 2-5.30pm. Free event, but must register – ph 0400 749 392 or see yogacircle.com.au

Sensuous gardening: ABC radio gardening presenter Paul Plant presents a workshop on the sensuous quality of plants at Noosa Botanic Gardens, Lake Macdonald, this Sat 20 June, 10am. See plants that awaken the five senses! Free but please RSVP to 0412 053 281

Portrait exhibition: Poeta Herford on Hastings gallery presents an exhibition of modern art by Belinda Herford, titled Me we lifeforce portraits, in The French Quarter, 62 Hastings St

Hidden gems: Experience hidden gems with Con-X-ion’s new Sunshine Coast Discovery Tour. Visit the Eumundi Markets, a vibrant mecca of more than 600 unique stalls; The Ginger Factory, showcasing the story of ginger from paddock to plate with novelty shops and award-winning gardens; sit down to a scrumptious lunch at Sunshine Castle before being launched back to medieval times with a castle tour; then enjoy a refreshing beverage at Aussie World Pub, Australia’s most photographed with Australiana shopping village and fun for the whole family. The tour costs $95 per person, with pick-up/drop-off from your accommodation. Book on 5477 0888 or see con-x-ion.com

Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from the 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art is at Noosa Regional Gallery, 9 Pelican St, Tewantin with works from emerging artists, raising artistic, political and social issues from one of our closest neighbours. Exhibition open Tues-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 10am-3pm

Relax and unwind: Book a pampering treatment at one of Noosa’s heavenly day spas or massage rooms – or have them come to you! Warm up with a Yoga or Pilates session in a dedicated Noosa studio, on the beach or even on a stand-up paddle board. Spoil yourself or a loved one this week. Phone the Visitor Information Centre on 1 3000 NOOSA or see visitnoosa.com.au/relax

Market offers: Unique shopping with more than 80 boutique shops, Eumundi Square, Fri 8.30am-2pm. Enjoy morning tea while watching the fashion parade at 11am and Friday-only specials (10-50% off) with metal artworks at Bower Bird, Parisian Road Clothing, button jewellery at Dolly Did It, or get coffee and cookie from the Square Barrister for $4.50

Market Characters: See photos of the Eumundi Markets’ Market Characters at a portrait exhibition by Alain Bouvier in the new Discover Eumundi Heritage and Visitor Centre gallery, Memorial Dve, Eumundi, Mon-Fri 10am-3pm, Sat 9am-2pm, Sun 10am-noon – they make it, bake it, sew it, grow it! Open to 24 July.

PopUp Art: The 2nd exhibition in the PopUp Art Series at Butter Factory Arts Centre, 10 Maple St, Cooroy, has new artwork, demonstrations and workshops, is open until 30 Aug, Tues-Friday, 10am-4pm; Sat 10am-noon

For more about what to do in Noosa, call into the Noosa Visitor Information Centres at Hastings Street or Noosa Marina in Tewantin. Phone +61 7 5430 5000 or 1 3000 NOOSA (1 3000 66672).

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