Noosa Beach


This past Sunday I went to Noosa Beach. Noosa Beach is up the Sunshine Coast and is quite a cute lil town. When we got there we ate some lunch and then headed to the beach. It’s so pretty with mountains in the background, clear water, and this beach wasn’t very crowded so you could really enjoy it. I soaked up the sun for a while because the water was quite chilly and I had to work my up to gettin in.

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After sunbathing for a while, I decided to go take a dip. There wasn’t gross seaweed surrounding your feet and the water was nice and calm.

Once we dried off, we decided to take a stroll down Hastings Street; the main strip of the town. There’s lots of nice lil shops and we stopped for an ice cream cone. I had a honeycomb and butterscotch one and it was soooo yummy!

We wondered down to the Noosa River since we saw rental advertisements on our way in. We ended up renting a boat and took it for a nice, leisurely cruise. We took turns driving which was fun because I’ve never driven a boat before! We also saw pelicans! This is the first time I’ve ever seen a pelican in person!

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It was nice to finally get out and go to a beach. I don’t know about you, but one of the first things I think of when it comes to Australia is beach. The beach I’m most excited about getting to go to is Whitehaven Beach at the Whitsundays at the end of the month. I hear it’s breath-taking and one of the most beautiful places in Australia!


About Chelsey Ahrens

I currently work for the Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service in the Animal Science Department. I'm the Specialty Livestock/Youth Education Specialist. I have a Ph.D. in agricultural communications from Texas Tech, a master's in agricultural leadership from the University of Georgia, and a bachelor's in animals science from the University of Arkansas. I love all things agriculture, particularly livestock. I also like to bake, cook, can, sew, and play with my dog child, Shooter.

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