Local Eating

December 18, 2019

The next time you’re in the mood for a delicious meal or snack, head to Noosa Village for a quick bite. Eating locally is as good for the community as it is for you and your family.

Why Buy Local Food

Buying local food supports the local economy. It keeps money flowing throughout the immediate area, while also helping to pay the wages of shop owners and their employees. Keeping the restaurants, bakery and fruit shops in business keeps the community thriving.

Benefits of Eating Locally Grown Food

Locally grown food is typically fresh and fabulous, as it hasn’t spent weeks traveling across the country to get to you. The fresher fruits and veggies are, the more nutrients they retain and the better they taste.

Where to Eat Locally in Noosa

Awesome Little Fruit Shop

Eat local from this Noosa fruit shop and you not only get the freshest fruits and veggies, but you’re also treated to amazing products.

Try the award-winning Blueberry Shrub Cordial, which makes a refreshing mixer for drinks. Perk up your toast with Heather’s Home Made Lemon Butter, Apricot Jam, or Rosella Jam.

J1 Sushi

Local restaurants cater to local tastes, and J1 Sushi knows how to offer sushi options Noosa loves. The choices range from avocado sushi rolls to tuna sushi rolls, with an array of other scrumptious selections in between.

The Bake House

Nothing beats the taste — or aroma — of fresh-baked bread, and eating locally at The Bake House is one of the top ways to achieve it. Walk into this cozy bakery and you’re walking into baked goods heaven. All types of bread, rolls and more are waiting for you to enjoy.

Noosa Village Meats

Noosa Village Meats is the sole distributor for all Noosa Valley Gold products, which specialises in high-quality, locally grown, free-range beef that is absolutely delicious. Happy customers rave about Noosa Village Meats' service, quality and taste, as well as the superb pricing that’s both affordable and an incredible value.

Put Noosa Village on your list of must-go places the next time you need a treat, as you’ll find plenty of local shop owners happy to accommodate your tastes.

The next time you’re in the mood for a delicious meal or snack, head to Noosa Village for a quick bite. Eating locally is as good for the community as it is for you and your family.

Why Buy Local Food

Buying local food supports the local economy. It keeps money flowing throughout the immediate area, while also helping to pay the wages of shop owners and their employees. Keeping the restaurants, bakery and fruit shops in business keeps the community thriving.

Benefits of Eating Locally Grown Food

Locally grown food is typically fresh and fabulous, as it hasn’t spent weeks traveling across the country to get to you. The fresher fruits and veggies are, the more nutrients they retain and the better they taste.

Where to Eat Locally in Noosa

Awesome Little Fruit Shop

Eat local from this Noosa fruit shop and you not only get the freshest fruits and veggies, but you’re also treated to amazing products.

Try the award-winning Blueberry Shrub Cordial, which makes a refreshing mixer for drinks. Perk up your toast with Heather’s Home Made Lemon Butter, Apricot Jam, or Rosella Jam.

J1 Sushi

Local restaurants cater to local tastes, and J1 Sushi knows how to offer sushi options Noosa loves. The choices range from avocado sushi rolls to tuna sushi rolls, with an array of other scrumptious selections in between.

The Bake House

Nothing beats the taste — or aroma — of fresh-baked bread, and eating locally at The Bake House is one of the top ways to achieve it. Walk into this cozy bakery and you’re walking into baked goods heaven. All types of bread, rolls and more are waiting for you to enjoy.

Noosa Village Meats

Noosa Village Meats is the sole distributor for all Noosa Valley Gold products, which specialises in high-quality, locally grown, free-range beef that is absolutely delicious. Happy customers rave about Noosa Village Meats' service, quality and taste, as well as the superb pricing that’s both affordable and an incredible value.

Put Noosa Village on your list of must-go places the next time you need a treat, as you’ll find plenty of local shop owners happy to accommodate your tastes.