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Noosa, one of the main hotspots, is the holiday capital of the Sunshine Coast. Lush rainforests, volcanic mountain formations, beautiful white beaches, and quiet sandy bays are the majestic feature of Noosa. There are endless stretches of white sand beaches, many of which draw a lot surfing fans. Surfing, sightseeing, rock-climbing, mountain biking, sea kayaking, fishing, diving, snorkeling, horse riding, camel treks, and paraflying are the major recreational activities of this region. Some of the famous tourist attractions located at close proximity with Noosa is the Cooloola National Park, Lake Cootharaba, the Teewah colored sands, and the Eumundi markets. Noosa has award-winning restaurants, galleries as well as natural attractions like gardens and organic farming. The hotels in Noosa offer a range of accommodation that suite to every budget. AsiaRooms provides detailed information on good selection of hotels in Noosa. Make online reservation of Noosa hotels with AsiaRooms and get best hotels deal at special discounts.
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