With the KINTO app, you can easily locate available cars in your vicinity and obtain hourly, daily, weekly & monthly pricing options all through the digital self-service app on your smartphone. Simply join KINTO in the app and enjoy keyless entry into your vehicle. That's no paperwork & no keys.
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Download the KINTO app and sign up for free from the comfort of your own home. There are no membership fees, credit card fees or location surcharges - just book what you need and pay for what you book.
You’re never too far from a KINTO.
You’ll have access to a range of vehicles from selected Toyota dealerships, on-street and off-street locations - some available 24/7.
Only pay for what you need.
Hire by the hour or day, week, month, all the way up a year. All bookings include fuel, insurance (excess applies) and 24/7 roadside assist.
One app to rule them all.
You can manage your booking from the app on your smartphone - and it's even your car key. Complete vehicle inspections using the app and enjoy full digital self-service car hire.
Noosa National Park
Spend the day exploring the Noosa National Park. This park offers gorgeous coastal views and is a short distance from the town centre. The Noosa National Park has a mix of lush rainforest, secluded beaches, open woodlands, rugged coast and thriving wildlife. There are plenty of trails to walk inland and explore the rainforest or hikes that look out over the jagged coastline. One of the most notable walks is the Coastal Walk, which is approximately 4 hours total and guides you to plenty of picturesque spots to swim and sunbake. Remember to stop and look up; you might see sleepy koalas in the treetops. While there are plenty of stunning views and things to do within the National Park, one spot in particular is worth visiting. A walk to Dolphin Point might reward you with seeing playful dolphins swimming.
Have a beach Day
If you're up in Noosa, what better way to spend the day than in the sun and at the beach? Noosa has plenty of lovely sandy shores to pick from, so grab your towel, togs and thongs and get a move on. Starting with Noosa's Main Beach, which is well-loved by visitors and locals. The calm and clear waters here make this a fantastic spot for families. Swim in the gorgeous blue waters, paddleboard, or take a surfing lesson and learn to stand up on the calmer waves. There are also restaurants within walking distance which overlook the beach. Another beautiful beach is Tea Tree Bay, a magnificent shady beach with rock pools perfect for exploring and seeing marine life at low tide. Experienced surfers can head to Rocky Point to catch some waves with locals. Last but not least, Little Cove Beach is a secluded oasis perfect for relaxing in the sun with a book at low tide, visiting the rock pools, or having a swim at high tide.
Stop By Hastings Street
Bordered by Noosa's Main Beach, Hastings Street has a relaxed coastal atmosphere with something for everyone. Hastings Street has been voted the best main street in Australia, and there's no wondering why. With a combination of captivating beach views, cafes, restaurants, resorts, bars, great shopping, day spas and more, there is plenty to do in one place. There are boutique stores selling jewellery and clothes, including local brands, local art, homewares and surf gear. Plus, when you're finished shopping, you can sip a coffee overlooking the waves. Or, if you're a foodie, eat some quality mouthwatering food from award-winning restaurants.
Hike to Hell's Gates
Get out in nature and go for a hike. Hell's Gates is located within the Noosa National Park and is a challenging but rewarding hike to embark on. Set aside a few hours to make your way along the trail, stopping at Dolphin Point, where you may see Dolphins and Boiling Point, where the crashing waves create a boiling effect. There are a few areas along the hike where you can access beaches and stop for a swim, or if you're keen to get to the top, save these stops for the way down. When you reach the top, you'll see the iconic Hell's Gates, a high bluff with views of the rugged coastline. While hiking, watch for dolphins, turtles, Osprey, sea eagles, and, if you're coming from July to November, whales.
Head to the Eumundi Markets
A 20-minute drive from Noosa will get you to the Eumundi Markets, a popular market among locals, running on Saturdays and Wednesdays. This huge artisan market has a wide variety of stalls by local artists, growers, and makers, and there's local entertainment to enjoy while you wander around. At the Eumundi Markets, you can shop local art, homewares, crafts, fashion, accessories, pet accessories, fresh bread, produce, sweet and savoury treats and local food and coffee vendors too. When you're done trying everything, you'll be rolling out.
Horseback Riding Tour
Giddyup! If you're looking for a different type of adventure, then Equathon Horse Riding Tours have you covered. They offer beach riding tours and tours through the Noosa Hinterland. Picture trotting along the sandy shores on horseback with the wind whipping through your hair or riding through the hinterland surrounded by rolling hills while exploring the leafy landscapes on the back of a gorgeous animal. Sounds magical, right? Tours range from 1 hour and up and are a wonderful way to explore Noosa's sensational views. This incredible experience is open to riders of all skill levels and is an experience that you won't want to miss.
The Noosa Everglades is a 60km expanse of spectacular waterways and flourishing flora and fauna. Take your time exploring this thriving ecosystem, and relish in the serene atmosphere as you glide along the water. Did you know there are only 2 Everglade systems worldwide? That makes Noosa Everglades a truly unique location to explore. Spend time kayaking through the winding waterways or sailing down the stream, paddleboard or kite surf. Remember to bring your binoculars and camera, as there are so many beautiful shots to capture and so much wildlife and birdlife to see. The Noosa Everglades are a must-see on your next trip.
Noosa Botanic Gardens
Stroll through the Noosa Botanic Gardens, a wonderful garden landscape blooming with many species of flowers and plants and views of Lake Macdonald. There are many garden spaces to visit and immerse yourself in, like the fern house, which houses an array of fern varieties and the lily pond, which is enchanting to sit by and relax. Breathe in the fresh air, lay back and enjoy the peacefulness of the Noosa Botanic Gardens. While there aren't any BBQ facilities on site, you can still bring a picnic to enjoy within the gardens.
Jet Boating Noosa
Are you looking to get your adrenaline pumping? Look no further. Noosa has a range of jet boating experiences, including the Noosa Thriller where you can zip across the water at high speeds in a powerful 500-horsepower boat. Cut through the waves in the jet boat, feeling every twist and turn in this exhilarating ride that's sure to get your heart pounding. The boat can do a range of moves, including 360-degree spins, wave-jumping, teardrops and more. Get ready for the ride of a lifetime.
Remember to check the local guidelines and opening hours of attractions and facilities to plan your visit accordingly.