In its 24th year, the Noosa Festival of Surfing firmly established itself as the leading surf cultural event in the world and the biggest surfing event
in the world with more than 600 entries from 15 countries in 2015.With perfect waves on five point breaks, free movies and live bands plus cold...
Slow foodies trekked up the range to the Old Witta School for a local history lesson and a three-course feast prepared by star pupil Braden White from Rickys Riverfront Bar and Restaurant. The produce was local, the air was crisp and the cemetery walk was sobering!
Local lad and barista-about-town Dan Prior gathered a few of his arty mates together to showcase their work and raise exposure for the talents within the area. The event at the newly-renamed Studio 4567 was a huge hit with the hipsters with every artist selling well-priced works on the night raising about $2500 overall. There...
IN Noosa Magazine supporters enjoyed getting sand between their toes and the latest mag in their hands to celebrate the autumn edition launch at the Noosa Festival of Surfing. Fiona and the team from Fiona’s Fancies kept the crew well fed.
Hat’s off to Mal and the team at Flux Restaurant and Lounge who celebrated the venue’s second birthday and first Australian Good Food Guide Chef’s Hat with a Mad Hatter-themed feast. The sold-out event was held on two nights and featured the Top 10 favourite dishes from the past two years.
Some of Noosa’s best-tressed raised a toast to Adrian, Alexander, Phil and Annie to celebrate the first year of business of Adrian J Hair in Sunshine Beach. The drinks were flowing and the guests were glowing with some of the best ‘dos in the village.
Winners will be drawn at random and announced in the next edition of IN Noosa Magazine