The Noosa Gift
The Annual Noosa Gift Carnival incorporates both professional sprint races for male and female athletes and Little Athletics children’s events. With the generosity of main sponsors, the Noosa Heads Surf Lifesaving Supporters Club, Murray Surveyors and Town Planners, Accom Noosa and Pacific Ford offering great prizes, the Noosa Gift is one event not to be missed!
2018 Noosa Gift: Saturday 24 November, 2–8pm
The ninth annual Noosa Gift will be held at the Girraween Sports Complex, Eenie Creek Road, Sunshine Beach. Download nomination forms here:
- Little Athletics Nomination Form (U9-U17): 2018 Noosa Gift_LittleAths-Entry Form
- QAL / Open Athletes Nomination Form: 2018 Noosa Gift_QAL-Open_Entry Form
- Primary School Relay Nomination Form: 2018 Noosa Gift_PrimarySchool-Relay_Entry Form
Download the 2018 Noosa Gift Program of events (subject to change on the day): 2018 Noosa Gift Twilight Carnival – Program of Events_DRAFT
Noosa Gift results
- Noosa Gift 2010 Results
- Noosa Gift 2011 Results
- Noosa Gift 2012 Results
- Noosa Gift 2013 Results
- Noosa Gift 2014 Results
- Noosa Gift 2015 Results
- Noosa Gift 2016 Results
- 2017 Noosa Gift Results
History of the Noosa Gift
In October 2010, Little Athletics Noosa established and hosted the inaugural Noosa Gift, a carnival that incorporated both professional sprint races and Little Athletics children’s events.
The goal was to establish a link between our younger local children and teenage athletes, who can aspire to athletic careers that utilise the Queensland Athletics League (QAL) as a catalyst for personal improvement.
QAL registered athletes are generally drawn from aspiring track and beach athletes vying for both State and National selection.
In 2012 the inaugural Primary School One Mile Challenge was run for boys and girls and now features as a regular event at the Gift.
Queensland Little Athletics Centres see a drop off in membership in the teen age groups and this event helps provide continuity and education to our talented local children while giving the professionally registered athletes a carnival in Noosa on the Sunshine Coast.