Noosa Beautiful Beach Popular in Australia Refuse Tourists
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Noosa, Beautiful Beach Popular in Australia Refuse Tourists

Tourist arrivals are often expected, but not in this Australian city. Because it is too popular, the city plans to reject tourists who come to their beaches. Noosa is a small town 150 km north of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia which may not have been popular with travelers from Indonesia. But for local Australian tourists, Noosa is very popular with its charming white sand beaches.

I was so popular that the City Government of Noosa was overwhelmed and planned to limit the number of tourists. Compiled by Landdisposition from several sources, Noosa was visited by 2.36 million local tourists.

This number is very far in comparison with the population of the City of Noosa which only numbered 52 thousand people, aka more tourists who came than the local population. This is a problem with beach tourism. Public parking spaces are full. So it is with hotels and restaurants. For this year’s Christmas holiday, all hotel rooms in Noosa are fully booked until October.

Not to mention the shopping center filled with tourists. This situation makes the city government plans to restrict tourists. The method is various. First by limiting tickets for visitors who want to come to events held in the City of Noosa. The municipal government also wants to prioritize foreign tourists compared to local Australian tourists.

Meanwhile, some Noosa residents actually rejected the Noosa City Government plan to restrict tourists. Residents who happen to have a travel service business actually feel there is nothing wrong with a large number of tourists visiting Noosa because they need every dollar that goes into the pockets of tourists who come to their place.

Things To Do in Noosa

The following are recommendations of tourist attractions on Nusa that should be explored with your compilation of visits.

  • Noosa Main Beach
  • Sunshine Coast
  • Noosa National Park
  • Mount Coolum National Park
  • Tewantin National Park
  • Mount Cooroora
  • Hell’s Gates
  • SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarium
  • Blast Aqua Park Coolum
  • Noosa Regional Gallery
  • Lake Weyba
  • Lake Cootharaba
  • Hastings Street
  • Eumundi Markets
  • Noosa Farmers Market
  • The Big Pineapple
  • Laguna Lookout
  • Fairy Pools
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