Brisbane to Noosa Shuttle Bus

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From the New World City to Australia’s Relaxation Capital

Noosa Beach

Approximately 162 km north of Brisbane, Noosa is located in Queensland's Sunshine Coast. It's a 2-hour drive (or ride aboard a Brisbane to Noosa bus) and just around half an hour if from the Sunshine Coast Airport. While known for being a glamorous resort town, Noosa is definitely more than just the beaches.

Adventures are aplenty in Australia’s relaxation capital suitable for whatever type of experience you’re going for. You can try surfing or stand-up paddleboarding, kayak your way in the Noosa Everglades, enjoy the sunset view aboard a ferry cruise, take a swim with the humpback whales, or go sailing in the beautiful waters of Laguna Bay. For those wanting a more laidback experience, you can explore Noosa’s dynamic food scene, go shopping at the original Eumundi markets, or spend a relaxing day at superb day spas and also world-class golf courses.

The sunny, sophisticated capital of Queensland is home to rich urban culture and an array of outdoor adventure experiences. Brisbane’s vibrant city appeal combined with the year-round warm climate, friendly locals, spectacular scenery, and rapidly progressive global connectedness make it aptly called as Australia’s New World City.

It’s never a problem looking for a unique blend of places and experiences to explore in Brisbane as locals and tourists alike get to enjoy the city’s natural appeal combined with art, outdoor adventure, and hip new attractions to check out. From pretty riverside gardens, man-made beaches, and historic structures, to a multi-day trip to Brisbane's hippest neighbourhoods and idyllic neighbouring islands, there’s certainly something for everyone to savour.

Doesn’t matter whatever time of the year you’ll be visiting, you’ll surely not get bored with some of the best things to do and explore next time you visit from Noosa to Brisbane (and back) all year round.

Brisbane to Noosa Bus

If you’re traveling between Brisbane & Noosa, be sure to catch Con-X-ion’s buses to Noosa from Brisbane for a hassle-free travel to your destination. Regular daily services are available between Brisbane, Gold Coast, Toowoomba, & Hervey Bay to/from Sunshine Coast Airport and northern and southern suburbs. You get to choose times and pickup and dropoff points suitable to your requirements. Hop aboard, sit back and relax, and let Con-X-ion  transfer you in stylish comfort to your destination.



Top Things to Do & See for Brisbane <> Noosa Trip

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Fortitude Valley

>Fortitude Valley

From fancy to rock ‘n’ roll, Fortitude Valley is an eclectic thriving neighbourhood featuring bustling streets of markets and boutiques by day, and the vibrant party atmosphere and live music scene by night. Shop your hearts out at the local boutiques and Saturday market, visit secret bars, enjoy the famed live music scene, or simply take leisurely stroll at the little laneways while you enjoy the bohemian vibe.

Moreton Island

Moreton Island

Just about a 75-minute ferry ride from Port of Brisbane, the state capital’s closest island (Moreton Island) is among the world’s largest sand islands featuring less crowded beaches and lagoons and walking trails with amazing views. In here you can keep a lookout for migrating whales (depending on the season), go snorkeling and diving to see colourful fish and marine life, or enjoy a great range of tours, dining experience, and outdoor activities.

Roma Street Parkland

Roma Street Parkland

Right in the middle of the city is a scenic park showcasing colourful subtropical gardens and a green oasis for picnicking, kite-flying, and relaxing. The numerous paths lead through a very diverse garden with interesting ponds, sculptures, and flower beds. Easy to get to from Roma Street Station, the Parkland offers an amazing transition from busy urban centre from the outside to tranquil paradise inside.

Food, wine, and nightlife

Food, wine, and nightlife

From guided brewery and winery tours, dining experiences showcasing the best tastes of Queensland, bar hopping, club, and pub tours, to Brisbane River sightseeing cruises (with meals aboard), you’ve got plenty of things to enjoy Brisbane’s food, wine, and nightlife experience. Enjoy the city’s vibrant and buzzing appeal while you explore the capital’s every nook and corner.

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Noosa Beaches

As the 10th World Surfing Reserve, the Noosa region is unsurprisingly a haven for beach lovers of all sorts. There’s the safe, calm waters of the Main Beach, the exciting surfing waves at Groyne, the dog lovers beach haven at the Spit, Coolum;s land-based whale-watching spot, plus a few other beaches perfect for boating, fishing, kite-surfing, strolls, and snorkelling. You’ll surely not run out of options for your Vitamin Sea.



Just 30 minutes from Noosa Heads is the lush Noosa hinterland's tranquil lakes, striking volcanic formations, and green rolling valleys surrounding several charming country towns. Explore Eumundi’s art galleries and top market finds, discover Cooroy’s historic charm and top horse-riding, biking, and bird trails, or go to Kin Kin for great food, art, and scenery. Savour the ever-changing landscape with spectacular mountain-top views wherever you go.

Fraser Island

Fraser Island

The world’s largest sand island, Fraser Island offers an unspoilt natural beauty of lush rainforests, bushlands, long, white beaches, cliffs, freshwater lakes, and sand dunes and coloured sands. Explore the island’s beauty on foot (via the Fraser Island Great Walk), join a guided day tour, go on a 4WD camping tour, or drive yourself -- you have an array of options to enjoy Fraser Island all year round.



Tewantin's small village charm packs a lot, from history tours, deep sea and river fishing charters, cruise and tour boats, to a relaxing day out at Memorial Park or Noosa Marina. Tewantin National Park just a few minutes out of town features picnic areas, walking, biking, and horse-riding trails, along with easy access to Mt Tinbeerwah’s fantastic ocean, lake, and hinterland views.

Who We Are

With over 30 years of experience in the field of transportation, Con-X-ion is a trusted provider of direct airport shuttle services within Australia. We also provide charter options and premium transport services in various parts of Queensland, as well as Sydney and Melbourne areas.

Our mission is to provide timely, comfortable, and convenient way to travel for each of our customer. Our proven track record as a direct shuttle and private transport and our unmatched customer service are what sets Con-X-ion apart in the industry.

Service excellence for more than 30 years, completed 10 million transfers -- and counting. 

Why Con-X-ion

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