Sarah was recently lucky enough to escape to the beautiful Noosa sunshine for some R & R with a side of adventure. Not one to laze around on the beach all day, Sarah took the opportunity to wake up early each morning with the sun (no day light savings here!) and start the day with a trail run in Tewantin national park or a paddle down the Noosa river. Her long runs always included a swim in the ocean to cool off, followed by a delicious breakfast of course! As an avoid foodie Sarah enjoyed locating the best eats in town. Freshwater barramundi was a regular for dinner which is caught fresh each morning and brought straight to the Noosa Seafood market. Sarah highly recommends taking a country drive to the lovely community market in Eumundi for fabulous shopping and fresh produce.

An afternoon walk was a regular feature on Sarah’s trip to soak up nature and the glorious views of the coast seen when walking from Noosa main beach to Hells gate. One fine morning Sarah chose what she thought was a lovely walk however was in for a real challenge when she realised, she had to crawl up a very step Mount Cooroora to see views across the hinterlands all the way to the water. After her 2-hour hike she was informed the winners of a running race called King of the Mountain complete the return journey in just under 30 minutes! When a more relaxing activity was needed, a pilates class looking over the Noosa river was a great way Sarah winded down from a day of exploring.

Sarah Cust, Osteopath