What: The Noosa Hill Climb Winter 2019 – Come and see the Ferraris
Where/When: Friday 7th June – Sunday 9th June – Noosa Heads
Description: The Noosa Hill Climb has plenty of thrills and spills to entertain everyone, with up to 180 cars of all types winding their way through the 1.5km uphill course in Tewantin National Park – come and see the Ferraris! From a standing start, cars are timed over the winding uphill course, navigating 14 bends. See classic, modern, muscle open wheelers, sports sedans, and even Hill Climb specials. Spectators can get up close to the cars with free pit access, and there are plenty of great viewing spots to see all the action. Getting there: Hop on a bus (routes 628, 631 or 632) from Noosa Junction. On the Friday, see the cars in the street parade along Hastings Street, Noosa Heads from 3.30pm to 4.30pm.
See https://www.visitnoosa.com.au/events/the-noosa-hill-climb-winter-2019 for more details.
What: ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 Exhibition
Where/When: Saturday 8th June – Sunday 9th June – From 10am-3pm – Tewantin
Description: The festival aims to harness the creative power of the arts to inform, engage and inspire action on climate change and the Noosa exhibition recreates the abundant and biodiverse natural ecosystems of the Noosa region through art.
The gallery is loaded with artworks that flood the surfaces and bounce off one another with dramatic shifts in orientation and scale.
Featuring the works of 30 artists across 17 projects, the exhibition includes sculptures, paintings and photographs alongside video, installations and soundscapes.
What: Sea N Sound Festival – Mooloolaba
Where/When: Saturday 8th June – The Wharf Tavern, Mooloolaba
Description: After its biggest year yet in 2018, Sea N Sound is back to double down in 2019 with another stellar line up to showcase the best of the Sunshine Coast lifestyle. Set once again at the picturesque location of The Wharf Tavern’s outdoor precinct, this time around ARIA Award winning artist Amy Shark will lead the charge off the back of releasing 2018’s highest selling album in Australia, Love Monster, alongside Busby Marou, Didirri, Ali Barter and more to celebrate all the region has to offer.
Complete with a vast selection of craft beer, cider, gourmet food offerings and Mooloolaba’s famous seafood, Sea N Sound continues to cement its place as one of the country’s finest regional festivals, bringing some of the country’s finest artists to town. Joining Amy Shark will also be Kyle Lionhart, I Know Leopard, Cheap Fakes and Livi Robins, rounding out the festival’s biggest bill yet.
Tickets available at the door, but save $10.00 by purchasing ahead of time at www.snsfest.com/snstix- be quick, final tickets available online now!
What: DJ @ Cafe Le Monde
Where/When: Saturday 8th June – Hasting Street, Noosa Heads
Description: Live acoustic artist’s on Thursday nights from 5pm for our $1 oyster hour and the coasts’ top DJs on rotation every Saturday night. See you in here for food, beverages, live music and good times!
What: Noosa Farmers Markets
Where/When: Saturday 9th June – Weyba Rd, Noosaville
Description: Head to the Noosa Farmers Market from 6am – 12pm to enjoy loads of amazing food, drinks, fruit & vege and loads more!