The little beach village that’s big on charm offers a wide range of attractive low-rise holiday accommodation, friendly clubs, specialty shops and delicious restaurants.
Here life is centred around their grassy village square that is also very dog friendly with water bowls set outside most cafes and shops.
Start your stay by stopping in for a coffee and brunch at Hand of Fatima Cafe or Skal Coffee, before enjoying delicious pastries at Le Bon Delice French Patisserie.
For a memorable meal the Peregian Beach Hotel is a favoured by the locals, as is Periwinkle Restaurant in the village square.
Take the time to explore the trendy boutiques, before crossing the road to the beachfront park with its excellent skatepark, children’s playground and popular local Peregian Beach Surf Club.
It is here that the local Peregian Beach Markets are held on the first and third Sunday of each month, with the popular Peregian Originals events – a free outdoor live music event – are scheduled to return in 2021.
Peregian Beach is as pretty as it is secluded. Enjoy a walk along the miles of sand, or set up for the day and watch the waves crash against the shoreline.
Just over the sand hills at the southern end of the beach you'll find Peregian Environmental Park, an area of wallum heath which bursts into a colourful profusion of wildflowers in spring.
On the western side of Peregian Beach is Lake Weyba National Park, where you can stay by the water at Eumarella Shores Noosa Lake Retreat or explore the natural surrounds with Noosa Horse Riding. Nearby there is an excellent course at Peregian Springs Golf Club.
Nearby, too, is the southern extension of the Noosa National Park with a rich mix of coastal heath and scrub and stately rainforest which provides sanctuary and support for a wealth of native flora and fauna.
There’s plenty of places to stay the night at Peregian Beach, including The Retreat Beach Houses, Horizon at Peregian and Beachcomber Peregian Beach.