Appeal for information: Serious assault, Noosa

Update: Charges, Noosa Junction and Noosa Heads

Police have charged a 23-year-old Bli Bli man with Acts intended to cause Grievous Bodily Harm following an alleged serious assault at Hastings Street, Noosa Heads yesterday morning (December 30) and Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm whilst armed/in company stemming from a December 10 incident where it will be alleged he assaulted a man within the same precinct at nearby Noosa Junction.

He was refused police bail and will appear in Maroochydore Magistrates Court tomorrow , January 1.


Police are appealing for information regarding a serious assault at Noosa Heads during the early hours of this morning (December 30).

About 2am, an altercation involving multiple males occurred at Hastings Street.

Police will allege during this altercation, a 29-year-old Buderim man was knocked to the ground and kicked multiple times in the head.

As a result, the man was transported to hospital for treatment of serious facial injuries.

Detectives from the Sunshine Coast District Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) are investigating.

Anyone who witnessed the incident, or has CCTV or dash cam vision that may assist investigators, is urged to come forward immediately.

Police believe the people in the below vision may be able to assist with enquiries, and are appealing to anyone who recognises them to come forward.

Sunshine Coast District CIB Officer in Charge Detective Senior Sergeant Craig Mansfield said police would not tolerate violence in the Noosa community.

“Everyone deserves to make it home safe from a night out,” Detective Senior Sergeant Mansfield said.

“Assaults of this nature, especially those resulting in head injuries, can lead to life-long consequences for both offenders and victims. One punch or kick or push really can kill.

“With New Year’s Eve around the corner, I would strongly discourage anyone taking part in this sort of reckless behaviour.”



If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day at or call 131 444.

Report crime information anonymously via Crime Stoppers. Call 1800 333 000 or report online at

Quote this reference number: QP2102424886.



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