24 Nov Things to do in Eumundi Queensland
Eumundi Qld is a vibrant town that’s attracted artists, musicians, glass makers, sculptors and writers to its natural beauty, energy and environment for creativity. For a small town, it has an eclectic array of quirky shops and cafés.
So, if you’re looking for a day out in the Noosa Hinterland, Eumundi is a relaxed and fun place to explore. And it’s only a 25-minute drive from The Cove Noosa!
Check out some of the best things to see and do in Eumundi.
Imperial Hotel and Eumundi Brewery
Get a sensory feast Eumundi Brewery with colourful, creative décor and murals, wide verandas, fantastic beer garden and relaxed atmosphere. Now onto the brews. Taste Eumundi Brewery Lager and Eumundi Brewery Pale Ale – solid favourites with locals and tourists alike!
How about booking a 1-hour Eumundi Brewery Tasting Tour to explore the 100-year-old hotel and brewery? So you can hear about the history of brewing in Eumundi, learn about the beer making process, and get your taste buds fired up with a ‘tasting log’ of the local brews. Aptly named, as Eumundi is an old timber town.
Or just come and listen to acoustic sets in the really relaxed beer garden all weekend! Because, why not?
The renowned and original Eumundi Markets have really put Eumundi on the map and it’s the biggest and best arts and crafts market in Australia. So, you’ll be dazzled by the all the goodies produced by talented locals.
This is more than just a market, it’s a social hub, brimming with energy and creative spark. Therefore, you’ll have a field day finding unique fashion, jewellery, art, homeware and tonnes more. Embrace the community and chat to farmers, bakers, barristers and all the lovely sellers.
Open EVERY Wed 8am – 2pm and Sat 7am – 2pm.
Located at the top of the Pavilion Markets, Deadly Espresso is a meeting place and a café. With a menu that showcases native Australian botanics, fair trade fine coffee with organic, carbon neutral beans. And most importantly, it’s creating real change.
Café owner, Terri Waller, is the founder of community development organisation, Sev Gen Indigenous Corporation, the excellent social enterprise model behind Deadly Espresso that makes it no ordinary café!
Sev Gen is short for “Seven Generations”, an Indigenous way of thinking that says we must consider that our actions and deliberations of today, will affect our people seven generations into the future, whilst drawing on the wisdom of seven generations past.
It’s open from 9am – 2pm Wednesdays and Saturdays (Eumundi Market Days).
Berkelouw Book Barn and Café
Check out the oldest bookseller in Australia and be charmed by this quaint book barn and café. Find a comprehensive selection of new books, including the latest releases and imports that aren’t available from Australian publishers. Or unearth a rare find as you rifle through over 100,000 second-hand books, specialty and early out-of-print titles.
Relax with a coffee and delicious homemade food. Then you’ll have the energy to peruse the books that are packed to the rafters in this delightful little barn.
Street art trail
Eumundi is full of colourful art throughout its streets. So, take the time to walk around town, turn corners, through alleyways, and really see the buildings, opening your eyes to all the town’s original street art.
If you’re in need of a creativity hit and don’t want to miss a single piece of art, then check out the street art trail map.
Want to get some Eumundi Style? Then shop the fashion that the locals love to wear, suiting the sub-tropical climate and lifestyle. They specialise in natural fibres and Australian designers.
Keep in cool with Eumundi Style.
Stay in Noosa beach apartments
After a day in Eumundi, come home to a refreshing swim, or simply listen to the waves from your balcony.
Take your pick from our Noosa holiday apartments that are all individually styled and fully self-contained. And choose from 2, 3 or 4-bedroom apartments set within serene tropical surrounds, just a few footsteps from the ocean.
Sound idyllic? Then make your next holiday a Noosa holiday.
Feature image: Brisbane Street Art