Peregian

Peregian is a friendly beach village popular for a relaxed holiday, with resorts and self-contained accommodation and a safe main beach that is patrolled year-round.

Things to do

Things to do

Take a break under the shady trees in the landscaped village square. The local shops and businesses overlook the square and include boutiques that specialise in hip clothes for the whole family, unique gifts, latest fashions and cafes serving great coffee and delicious treats.    

Pick up local produce and crafts at the regular Peregian community market, held on the first and third Sunday morning of each month. Then on the second Sunday of each month, soak up the sounds of the outdoor Peregian Originals concert where musicians perform their own, original material.

Book a table at a local restaurant or family-friendly bistro, or find a spot for lunch in the beach foreshore picnic area.

If you’re feeling active, why not cycle from Noosa to Peregian? There are sealed bike paths for most of the 7km journey along the coastline, or head for a surf or swim at the popular beach which is patrolled year-round.

Take in views to the coast and mountains from nearby Emu Mountain which can be reached via a moderately easy rocky walking path from Havana Road at Peregian Beach.

Getting There

Located 15 minutes drive from Noosa Heads, Peregian is at the southern end of Noosa’s coastline.

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Highlights

  • The Peregian Markets, next to the surf club, are held on the first and third Sunday morning of every month. Peregian Originals free outdoor concert in the park, featuring great live, original music from around Australia is from 1.30-5pm on the second Sunday of every month
  • Swim at the beach, patrolled year-round
  • The heart of Peregian has wonderful boutiques, gift shops, cafes, restaurants, surf stores and more
  • Nearby Emu Mountain has great coastal and mountain views from the lookout

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