This weekend, hit the beach for the ‘Noosa Festival of Surfing’ held from March 10 to 17. To enter the surfing competition you can join for $88-$132, but it’s free for spectators.
Statistics from 2017 showed greater popularity, higher competitor and visitor numbers and greater visitor expenditure than ever before, the festival’s global reach and popularity benefiting local Noosa businesses as much as the broader surfing community.
Besides several surf competitions to keep visitors enthralled (of all kinds of board-types) there will be nightly live music held on the main beach, and there will be a bar to serve all your summer favourites. You’ll be sure to follow the surfer’s and head to the XXXX Summer Beach Bar (definitely with the help of refrigerated vehicles and mobile cold rooms). Think chill vibes, the sea breeze, ice cold beer and wine, and great music.
And don’t worry about the little ones missing out, there’s also an afternoon of sandcastle-building workshops and interactive performances at the Nine Sunshine Coast Pavilion.
Why is it on?
Not only does the festival encourage everyone to get a bit active and try surfing, inspiring future surfing ‘greats’, it’s also all about respecting the sand and the waves. In true surfing spirit, this festival will support Waves of Wellness to help depression through surfing.
Noosa was truly the heart of Australian surfing in the late 1950s and early 1960s, with some great innovations in surfboard design, this festival is a reflection of how surfboards we know now have taken shape.
Are you heading to the Noosa Festival of Surfing and need a refrigerated vehicle or mobile cold room? Make a booking below.