Following the success of the inaugural Noosa's Longest Lunch last year, organisers are set to bring back the popular event on Friday 4 December promising an even bigger and better serve than last time.
More than 1000 people are expected to attend the gourmet extravaganza taking place down the length of Hastings Street.
Noosa's Longest Lunch will once again showcase the fine cuisine of Noosa's famous restaurants supported by street performers, fashion parades and entertainment in a feast for the senses not to be missed.
And if you're hungry for a good accommodation deal as well, BreakFree brings some great rates to the table to coincide with the big event.
These include BreakFree Ocean Breeze where two bedroom apartments start from $239* per night, BreakFree Noosa International where one bedroom apartments start from $169* per night, BreakFree French Quarter where one bedroom apartments start from $199* per night and BreakFree South Pacific where one bedroom apartments are available from $128* per night.
For bookings or further information phone 132 007 or visit www.breakfree.com.au
BreakFree offers an extensive range of hotels, resorts and apartments at great rates in favourite holiday destinations throughout Australia and New Zealand. Featuring 3.5 to 4.5 star, self contained accommodation, BreakFree properties are located close to the best beaches, dining and holiday attractions. Representing quality and great value for money, BreakFree spans superb family destinations such as Tropical North Queensland, the Fraser Coast, the Sunshine Coast, the Gold and Tweed Coasts, New South Wales and New Zealand's South Island as well as prime city locations.
*Conditions, minimum stays and blockout periods apply. Subject to availability.
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