Noosa is for Lovers (And Dogs)

Get it? Like those cheesy shirts they sold in the early 2000’s. But in all seriousness, Noosa really was for lovers and their canine friends. Last week I told you about our Valentine’s Day in Noosa here. I know you have been dying to know what we did on the following day, so I won’t keep you waiting.

A lot of this…

NoosaViewAfter our shopping and hiking on Saturday, we wanted to get in some serious relaxation time on the beach before we headed back home. We went back into town and then to where the Noosa River runs into the ocean. The beach wasn’t too crowded but there were quite a few families enjoying their Sunday morning. And dogs, lots and lots of dogs.

Several of the beaches we saw in Noosa were dog friendly but this one took the cake. Some other visitors were getting annoyed with the dogs running around but there are plenty other beaches nearby where dogs aren’t allowed that they could have easily gone to.

Noosa10 Noosa2The water was really shallow and calm on the river part of the beach. Perfect for parents to play in the water with their little ones (and for 31 year old husbands to play in as well).

NoosaBeachThere he goes, swimming to the sand bar. I stayed on land because I didn’t want to get my hair wet (stop judging).

Noosa6After hanging out for a while we decided to walk further down the beach. The water was rougher (and got more rough as the river hit the ocean) but there were less animals and humans running around.

Noosa7We pretty much had the place to ourselves, with the exception of a few other couples. It was the perfect spot to end our weekend getaway.

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