RELAXING TIMES: Noosa Festival of Surfing.
RELAXING TIMES: Noosa Festival of Surfing. Ian Borland

Fun festival surfs on local support

JUST full-on stoked. That’s the Noosa Festival of Surfing’s reaction to Laguna Real Estate becoming naming partner for what is billed as “eight days of pure stoke” and the world’s biggest surfing celebration.

Official dates have been locked in for next year’s festivities and the Laguna Real Estate Noosa Festival of Surfing will return on March 4-11 in 2017.

Laguna Real Estate principal Olivier Miller said she was thrilled to join the festival for a second consecutive year,

“It is fantastic to be involved in such an international event which attracts people to Noosa from all over the world and Australia,” she said.

The official entertainment sponsor of recent years, Cafe Le Monde, will return, offering its superb venue for after-hours activities.

Accommodation sponsors are Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas, Mantra French Quarter and Nomads Noosa, to offer a range of options.

“The week of festivities injects hundreds of thousands of dollars into our local community and we are enthusiastic to be working again so closely with the festival director Sam Smith and her team,” Olivier said.

She said:

“Year after year, the local community rallies in support of our festival, from the biggest sponsors to the unpaid volunteers, and we continue to be amazed by and are grateful for the positivity and kindness of the region’s businesses and individuals.”


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