About the park
Noosa on the Sunshine Coast needs no introduction, with its world-famous sun, surf and sand. If you’re wanting to explore this slice of pandanus palm-fringed paradise, check-in to BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Noosa, a short drive from bustling Hastings Street and just next door to the Tewantin National Park mountain-bike trails.
You’ll want at least a few days to discover Noosa’s coastal charm, thriving food scene and diverse landscapes, so check-in to one of the cabins, villas, camp or caravan sites that deliver big holiday experiences for those with a smaller Noosa budget.
When you’re not busy exploring what’s on offer within the park itself, you’ve got a large Noosa backyard to explore from the beach to the hinterland and national parks in between.
With an action-packed kid’s program each school holidays, it’s no wonder this park is known to book out.
Throughout the year, you’ll always find something happening at BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Noosa with facilities that will eliminate the words “I’m bored” from the kids’ vernacular altogether with a pool, jumping cushion and games room to name just a few things on offer.
With temperate weather all year round, soak up the outdoors and onsite facilities including BBQs and camp kitchens when you’re not exploring the Sunshine Coast’s favourite resort playground.
- Brazier Friendly
- Caravan Sites
- Motorhome Sites
- Powered Ensuite Sites
- Dump Point
- WiFi (fee may apply)
- Swimming Pool
- Jumping Cushion
- Games Room
- BBQ Facilities
- Camp Kitchen
- Laundry Facilities
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