The River Precinct Home is a dog friendly holiday house ideal for families and couples, just 75m from the Noosa River with no busy roads to cross. The house has 3 large bedrooms with ceiling fans and fitted wardrobes - comprising of 2 Queen beds and 2 king single beds, all supplied with quality linen , towels and beach towels. There are 2 airconditioned bedrooms downstairs and 1 bedroom upstairs with an ensuite and dressing room. There is a family bathroom downstairs with a large walk in shower and toilet. The laundry room has a washing machine and dryer and third toilet.
There is a fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances, which include a dishwasher and large fridge. The main living area has ample seating, an LCD TV and sound system. The family room opens out onto a large north facing covered deck with a webber BBQ and a fully fenced private pool.
The River Precinct Home is great for your four-legged friends with a large fully fenced backyard for your dogs to run and play. The front of the house has ample covered parking for 3 cars, is also fully fenced, secure and private. The 5m lockable sliding gate enables ideal access for small to medium boats and trailers. Tewantin has two boat ramps; one is a sand ramp which requires a 4WD, situated east side of the bridge and accessed via Hilton Esplanade, and the other ramp is situated to the west of Noosa Marina at the top end of the car park.
The bus stop is situated 25m from the house, on the right as you exit the gate. Buses are very frequent and travel to Noosa via Gympie Terrace, or you can buy an all day pass, catch the Noosa Ferry at the Marina and meander down the beautiful Noosa River stopping off to explore along the way. At Christmas and Easter the bus is FREE.
Just a 10-minute walk, Tewantin is a small village on the Noosa River and is the launching point for the vehicular ferry to Noosa North Shore, the Great Sandy National Park and Fraser Island. Historic Tewantin was originally a timber town and the river port for the Noosa area. Today Tewantin is the administrative centre for the Noosa region and is home to shops, cafes, a hotel and Noosa Marina.
The Noosa River is a short 75m walk from the house, where you can stroll, fish, relax, watch the sun go down or enjoy a picnic on the foreshore. Just a 5 minute ramble will take you to the Noosa Marina, a bustling complex on the river where you can enjoy a coffee, a cool drink, alfresco lunch or an evening meal with river views. The Harbour Wine Bar and Harbour Fish Market restaurant have dog friendly outdoor dining areas, and Cafe Vincino do a great breakfast and lunch and they also have no objection to your pet if you sit outside. The 40-berth marina also has specialty shops and each Sunday the Noosa Marina Markets set up craft and produce stalls on the boardwalk. Deep sea and river fishing charters, cruise and tour boats, self-drive hire boats, the Noosa Ferry and houseboats all dock at the marina and can be booked on location at the Visitor Information Centre in the marina.
Take a 15 minute walk or catch the bus to Gympie Terrace, which runs along the Noosa River and is a hive of activity during the evenings as award winning restaurants, bars and cafes tempt onlookers for a drink or a relaxed meal.
Hire a Boat
With several boat-hiring facilities along Gympie Terrace, you can spend your day cruising down the Noosa River. Some boats have onboard BBQs so bring the sausages for lunch.
Noosa is closer than you think with just a 10 minute car ride or a short trip from the bus stop outside your door. Main Beach is an amazing place to lay down your towel and pop up your beach umbrella. Hastings Street is regarded as the style hub of Noosa; this bustling beachside strip is home to an exciting range of fashion labels, unique jewellery, homewares, art and beauty products. It is the perfect destination for shoppers. Hastings Street also has an exquisite range of restaurants, bars and cafes offering a variety of dining options - choose beachfront and watch the waves lap the sand, or on the street, perfect for watching passers by.
Just a short drive is Tewantin National Park, with picnic areas, walking and bike-riding tracks, horse-riding trails and an easily accessible track to the top of Mt Tinbeerwah with magnificent ocean, lake and hinterland views. The Noosa National Park is situated at the end of Hastings Street and features spectacular coastal scenery and provides a home for many national animals including koalas and native birds.
Shop like a local and explore the regions markets.
Eumundi Saturday 6am to 2pm, Wednesday 8am to 1.30pm
Noosa Farmers Market, Weyba Road every Sunday 7am to 12pm
Noosa Harbour Marina Sundays 8am to 2pm
Peregian Market 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month.
There are so many other things to do in Noosa and its surrounds that they are too numerous to list every one. Some of highlights include surfing, horse-riding, golf, tennis, touring and a visit to the world heritage listed Fraser Island. Just a small taste of what the area has to offer. Of course on the other hand, you could just bring a book, relax and enjoy the laidback lifestyle that will make you never want to leave
Please let us know if you require a travel cot or high chair at the time of booking.