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Noosa Christmas Convoy 2023 – locations and times

The Noosa Christmas Convoy is back for another year, with a few added streets but the same fun!

Santa hits the streets of Noosa Shire along with local emergency services in the fourth annual Connecting Noosa Christmas Convoy from Monday, December 4 through to December 7.

Community Connections Manager Alison Hamblin said everyone is excited to yet again spread the Christmas cheer.

“The crowds grow every year, and it is wonderful to see the joy it brings to many in our Shire,” Ms Hamblin said.

The convoy starts on Monday, December 4 taking in Boreen Point, Lake Cootharaba and Cooroibah.

It visits the hinterland on Tuesday, December 5, followed by Tewantin and Noosaville on Wednesday, December 6, and wraps up on Thursday, December 7, with the Eastern beaches and Noosa Heads.


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Noosa Christmas Convoy dates and times 2023

Monday 4 December

Boreen Point, Lake Cootharabah, Cooroibah and Noosa Banks

Starts at 4 pm at Boreen Point Hotel

Tuesday 5 December

Kin Kin, Cooran, Pomona and Cooroy

Starts at Kin Kin School at 3.15 pm

Wednesday 6 December

Tewantin, Noosaville

Starts at Noosaville Primary School at 4 pm

Thursday 7 December

Peregian, Castaways, Marcus, Sunrise, Noosa Junction and through Hastings Street.

Starts from Peregian Beach Surf Club at 4 pm.


Maps of each night’s journey are available on council’s website.

Ms Hamblin said a few additional streets have been added this year.

“Based on community feedback, we’ve included a few streets in Sunshine Beach and tweaked the route in Tewantin,” she said.

“It is impossible to include every street or suburb given the timeframes and the availability of our emergency service personnel, who volunteer their time for the convoy,

“But we have several dedicated stops to allow families to gather and check out the convoy.” Ms Hamblin said.

Apart from Santa, the convoy includes Queensland Police, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services, Queensland Ambulance, Rural Fire Service, State Emergency Services, Coastguard Noosa and LifeFlight Sunshine Coast.

The convoy is supported by Hot91 and Madill Motor Group and all emergency services. 


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