Queensland resort surrounded by stunning landscapes
Surrounded by landscaped tropical gardens, the Noosa Hill Resort offers a sense of seclusion whilst actually being located in one of the busiest parts of the south-east Queensland town. This secluded sense doesnt end with the gardens either; each of the resorts apartments is privately set-apart from its neighbours.
The resort consists of a number of self-contained apartments which feature bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and living area. Kitchens are equipped with oven, hot plate, range hood, microwave, and dishwasher, as well as cutlery, crockery and utensils. The entire apartment is air-conditioned and spacious for added comfort.
The lounge area features a colour television and DVD/CD player, as well as comfortable furnishings aimed to give guests a relaxing environment in which to sit back after a busy day sightseeing. These apartments also feature picturesque views of the tropical gardens and Noosa beyond.
The resort houses a heated swimming pool, sauna and spa as well as a waterfall feature, all bordered by the tropical garden. A full size tennis court and games room is available for those looking for entertainment within the hotel grounds, whilst guests also have access to a professional gymnasium just outside of the resort.
Guests staying at the Noosa Hill Resort will find that it proves a central base of operations ideal for visiting the regions attractions, many of which revolve around the fantastic natural landscapes on offer in this part of Australia.
The coast features many beaches and coves, including the popular Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast destinations. These beaches offer a variety of activities, the most obvious of which is a location for sunbathing. However, theres a lot more to it than that.
These are some of the most favoured beaches for surfing in the whole world. Need more proof? The aptly-named Surfers Paradise lies south in the Gold Coast. Other water-sports also prove popular, including kayaking, jet-skiing, water skiing, and boat trips.
Many boats head towards the Great Barrier Reef, which is often considered to be one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World. The vast range of islands, coral and wildlife make it a highly sought out tourist destination, and can be reached from the Noosa district of Queensland.
Closer to home, the beaches surrounding Noosa are popular destinations for those looking to trek, whether on foot, horseback, camel or four-by-four vehicle. Regardless of the method of transport, any trek is likely to take in more than a few picturesque settings.
The town of Noosa has a lively entertainment and cultural district, found around the popular Hastings Street. Visitors to the area will have no problem finding fine restaurant dining or a friendly bar.
Further inland, the town is flanked by a range of National Parks and conservation areas, as well as the foothills to the Great Dividing Range. As well as the creek and Noosa River, there is enough natural scenery, landscapes, and wildlife in close proximity to the Noosa Hill Resort to pique the interests of even the most stoic of travellers.