Visitors Guide to Peregian Beach

A favourite part of Noosa with all our holiday homes so close …

Peregian Beach has it own great restaurants, cafes, shopping, play areas for the kids and patrolled beach.

Always feeling a little undiscovered you will find a wonderfully relaxed village including basics like a supermarket, bottle shop, pharmacy, doctors offices and post office.

Patrolled: The beach is patrolled seven days a week during the September, Easter and Christmas school holidays and on weekends from September to April
North Peregian (Access 50) is also a patrolled area during school holidays and has toilets and showers.

Eating Out

In and around the village square you will find a rich alfresco cafe culture, some great takeaway options including Fish n Chips, Thai and Sushi. Or alternately you can also choose to eat in many of the cafes which are open for lunch with some restaurants open for lunch and dinner.

For the most family friendly places try:

  • Across from the village square towards the ocean you will find a large grassed area complete with tables, facilities, BBQs and kids playground
  • Across the road (Heron St) from the square you will find a kid friendly shared courtyard with some well loved toys to entertain young kids.

Favourites include:

  • Raw Energy Cafe
  • Le Bon Delice French Patisserie
  • Sushiwave
  • Pizza

In the village square enjoy:

  • Siam Spicy
  • Baked Poetry Cafe
  • Wahoo Seafood Cafe (and takeaway)
  • Pitchfork (upmarket restaurant with a babysitter), Hand of Fatima (cafe with delicious food options), Skal Coffee (cafe) all deserve a mention for their loyal following.

Eating In

The new Peregian Beach IGA and the Foodworks mean that you stay local and enjoy your amazing holiday home!

Dog Friendly

Dogs are permitted outside the flagged areas on leashes and there is nearby off-leash areas north and south of the village.

There are many other dog friendly beaches nearby!

Recreation

The biggest draw Peregian Beach is the swimming, board riding and endless stretches of beach to explore on foot.

Also nearby, are some lovely little hikes; Noosa National Park – Peregian Beach Section, left off David Low Way just past the roundabout. A must for any keen walker is the gentle climb atop Emu Mountain (south of Peregian Beach, right off David Low Way after roundabout (at entrance to Coolum Beach State High)

Home to the Peregian Original music fest every 2nd Sunday of the month.

Markets

Peregian hosts a fantastic market each 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month with some local produce and an eclectic mix of plants, crafts, restored furniture food and drinks.