Noosa Beach

My trip to Noosa Beach was only a short afternoon trip but it was a lovely one. There is not much to say about it except the beach is paradisiac with it’s white sand, turquoise water and palm trees. You will enjoy looking at the surfers performing some stunts and then perhaps walk around the main street of Noosa looking at the little boutiques and enjoying a coffee or a meal at one of the many delightful cafes and bistrots.

Tourists say Noosa is the St Tropez of Australia, having worked in St Tropez for 3 months last summer I can say they are right. But St Tropez with a very marked australian touch. More of an australian jetset than international like in St Tropez and less crowded also. St Tropez with a touch of Surfers Paradise and the relaxed atmosphere of the australian seaside. At night it is especially charming with all the lights beeing on and people just relaxing with a drink at one of the many bars, enjoying the cooler temperatures.

Enjoy the pictures.

Love Aline

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Bribie Island

If you stay in the Brisbane Region, you won’t come around taking a ride to Bribie Island. It is a beautiful island, approximatively 80km long and the only island in Queensland, which is connected by a bridge to the main land. Bribie has the most beautiful and diverse beaches. If you are looking for high waves to surf for example, you should go to the ocean side, as the wind and current are stronger on that side. The sunrise is also to be seen on that side and you have a good view on Moreton Island.

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