Marcus Beach is a secret jewel of the Sunshine Coast. It is flanked by national park and the unspoilt beach with natural foreshore, yet is only minutes away from Noosa’s Hastings Street and Sunshine Beach to the north and vibrant Peregian Beach village to the South. There is easy access to Coolum Beach and the Sunshine Coast Airport. The Coves capitalise both on its beachfront location and the Noosa lifestyle.
The famous and unique Peregian Beach Shopping Village is a 5 minute drive or 30 minute walk along the esplanade or beach from Tristania Drive, Marcus Beach. The Peregian Village has all the essential's required by holiday makers including restaurants, pub, retail shops, park land and the Peregian Beach Surf Life Saving Club which is located in the village precinct on the beachfront.
A short 10 minute drive north of Tristania Drive gets you to Hastings Street at Noosa Heads, while the seaside town of Coolum Beach is located 6 minutes south. Similarly, the Maroochydore Airport which is serviced by both Qantas and Jetstar daily flights, is a 20 minute drive to the south. You might like to take advantage of the convenient shuttle bus for transport to Peregian Beach from the airport.
For more information on things to enjoy in and around Peregian Beach, please visit our Noosa Experiences page.
20-22 Tristania Drive, Marcus Beach
29 Tristania Drive, Marcus Beach
55 Tristania Drive, Marcus Beach
Marcus Beach is a quiet and secluded area of Noosa. It is a stunning surf beach with sparkling waters and white sand boarded by natural bushland foreshore. It is ideal for walking, exercising or simply relaxing in solitude or with friends unimpeded by normal hustle and bustle. Marcus Beach is just a 5 minute drive or 20 min walk to the nearest shops at Peregian Beach.
The uncrowded white sands of Peregian Beach are on your doorstep. Dip in the ocean between the flags, or enjoy a surf lesson at the patrolled beach outside the Peregian Beach Surf Club. Stroll along the stretch of sun-drenched sand that continues north to Sunshine Beach and the Noosa National Park, where you can opt to get active with a bushwalk, or else pause at the Sunshine Beach shops to soak up the lively cafe atmosphere of this exclusive enclave.
One of Noosa's bustling cultural hubs is the Peregian Beach shops, only a short walk from Avocet Parade. This precinct is known to Noosa locals as a destination to indulge in a relaxed beach-side cafe society lifestyle with a touch of designer retail therapy. Book dinner at the noteworthy Pitchfork restaurant, or drop in to Zaccharyís pizza restaurant and bar for a drink and the occasional live music. Having trawled designer homewares and fashion, replenish with a smoothie from the health-conscious Raw Energy cafe or pick up supplies from The Bent Banana – a treasure trove of organic groceries and perveyors of excellent coffee.
Peregian Beach is a short drive or long walk to Noosa's Hastings Street, the inimitable and internationally reknowned centre of activity and entertainment pursuits for the discerning holidaymaker on the Sunshine Coast. But you knew that already. When you're not dipping into the calm waters of Main Beach, you can peruse the best of Noosa's restaurants and boutiques. A decidedly high end hive of activity, Hastings Street still manages to operate on a very relaxed beachside clock, while boasting unkempt national parks and private beaches and boating on its doorstep.