Venue Review: Noosa Springs Resort & Spa

Doesn’t a Noosa Resort wedding sound just divine? Noosa Springs Golf & Spa Resort cater for the smallest of weddings, right up to a full 300-guest celebration with a beautiful menu and everything you could possibly need facility-wise.

If I were getting married at Noosa Springs Golf & Spa Resort , I would definitely make a full weekend of it. There are just too many wonderful experiences to be had! First on my list – the spa. Of course there are a wide selection of services to indulge in, including a chocolate facial, HydroMassage pool and reflexology massage, but there is also the gorgeous couple’s retreat, which to me appears to be calling out for a bride and groom to swoop in, wind down and de-stress before the big day. If being pampered is not your hubby-to-be’s thing, you can always send him off for a game of golf on the Champion Golf Course, while you and the girls enjoy manicures, pedicures, massages, facials, sauna’s, steams… Oh, the list goes on!

The wedding day itself will be fully taken care of with your own personal wedding coordinator, who will have spent months helping you to plan your ideal Noosa wedding. From ceremony and reception locations to canapé menu selections and styling, your coordinator will really look after you, as they have a wealth of experience in planning weddings at the resort.

Noosa Springs provides a range of services for your wedding including:

  • Onsite accommodation
  • Hair and make-up
  • Ceremony rehersal
  • Onsite photography
  • Theming
  • Personal Wedding Coordinator

Your site fee includes:

  • 50 guest chairs —extensive standing room
  • Clothed and skirted registration table
  • Microphone and outdoor PA system for CD music
  • Red carpet
  • Elevated grassed Plateau overlooking Lake Weyba and Mt Cooroy OR Sunset Lounge venue
  • Wet weather alternative — applicable to outdoor weddings
  • Clothed and skirted water station
  • 6 x aisle stands with draped white fabric
  • Personal wedding coordinator
  • Escorted access for ‘on grounds’ photographs
  • Champagne hamper for bridal party photographs
  • Golf carts for bridal party on course photographs

Above two images by Sunshine Coast wedding photographer, Alan Hughes Photography

The Low Down

Minimum number of guests:  2

Maximum number of guests:  300 cocktail-style reception / 150 banquet

Operating as a wedding venue: Since 2001

Wedding days available: Every day

How many weddings in a day:  1

Air conditioning: Yes

Adequate parking: Yes

Wheelchair accessible: Yes

Operating hours: 7 days 6am until close

Ceremony locations: Two options – The Plateau & the Sunset Lounge

Reception locations: The Plantation Rooms and the Sunset Lounge

Music: background, CD, iPod, portable PA

Bring own cake:  Yes

Fully staffed bar onsite: Yes


Dance floor: Yes

Room for a band: Yes

Audio equipment with speakers and a microphone: Yes

Wet weather ceremony back up plan: Yes

Acccess to rest of venue: Yes

Want to know more? Well, great news! You can come along and have a little squizzy at the resort yourself this Sunday, August 26, as this is the very location of the It’s My Wedding Expo! We will be there, and we really look forward to meeting you!

Above two images by Sunshine Coast wedding photographer, Alan Hughes Photography, who will be one of the fabulous exhibitors you can meet at Sunday's Expo!

It's My Wedding Expo

Date: Sunday, 26th August

Time: 10:00am to 4:00pm

Fashion parade times: 11:30am and 2:30pm

Location: Noosa Springs Resort, Links Drive, Noosa Heads

Entry Cost: $10 per person

Hi, I’m Sally, Founder and Editor of The Bride’s Tree. Over the past 13 years I’ve written thousands of articles about all things wedding from tips and trends to etiquette and ideas. On this blog I bring you the best of Sunshine Coast and Brisbane weddings.