EROSION: It's deja vu at Noosa Main Beach as recent huge swell has once again striped sand from the beach.
EROSION: It's deja vu at Noosa Main Beach as recent huge swell has once again striped sand from the beach. Caitlin Zerafa

Climate emergency declared in Noosa

NOOSA is in danger of being swamped by climate change in the next 80 years with council warning up to 2000 residential and tourist lots could be impacted by storm tidal surges.

Council's key environmental experts are warning Noosa is part of a southeast Queensland global warming hot spot and councillors are set to vote to issue a climate emergency declaration.

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Cooroy to Noosa reduces to 80km/h

Cooroy to Noosa reduces to 80km/h

Speed limit brought down for safety

Peregian Springs student takes top prize for brainy artwork

Peregian Springs student takes top prize for brainy artwork

Brainy Year 1 student wins national art competition

Local retirement village celebrates 10 years of living

Local retirement village celebrates 10 years of living

'Very young retirees' celebrate a decade of Noosa Domain