Located on the Sunshine Coast about 150km north of Brisbane, Noosa is home to more than 56,000 people. The Traditional Owners and original custodians of the land are the Kabi Kabi / Gubbi Gubbi people.
Noosa is an Australian resort area on southern Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Known for its golden, sun-drenched beaches which are among the finest in Australia, it is one of the most desirable holiday destinations due to its proximity to sand, sea and nature combined. The heart of Noosa is the township of Noosa Heads, which boasts stylish shops, outdoor cafes and fine restaurants, just steps away from the white sands of the main beach and national park. A coastal trail runs north past the beaches of Noosa National Park, home to koalas around Tea Tree Bay.
The Noosa River has more than 40 kms of navigable waterways, including the Noosa Everglades, one of only two everglades systems on earth. While Noosa is renowned for its beaches, if you venture beyond the coastline you’ll discover a cluster of postcard perfect hinterland towns and villages like Cooroy, Pomona and Kin Kin.
The J Noosa, is located centrally in Noosa Heads – a short drive from main beach and Hastings Street.
The J Noosa is a community, arts and entertainment hub. With versatile spaces that set the scene for exciting and vibrant performances, programs and events, as well as corporate and private functions.
There are a range of affordable accommodation options to suit event attendees in surrounding suburbs such as Noosa Heads, Noosa Sound, Noosaville and Tewantin which are only a short commute to the venue.
The J (60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Junction) has 110 all-day car-parking spaces available on site.
29 Lanyana Way, Noosa Junction has 250 all-day car-parking spaces available within a 3 minute walk to The J.