Sunshine Coast

On the doorstep of Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast is The Riviera of Queensland, with its innovative and awarded restaurants, resorts and retreats. From Caloundra to the chic coastal hamlets of Noosa and Mooloolaba, the Sunshine Coast offers a vibrant coastal destination and easy access point to the lush Sunshine Coast Hinterland with its gourmet fare and brimming local produce. The Sunshine Coast Region is also home to attractions including Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo, UnderWater World, the Ettamogah Pub, Buderim Ginger Factory, the Big Pineapple, world class golf courses such as Coolum and Pelican Waters and more National Parks to wander in than any other region in Queensland.


Situated in the heart of the Sunshine Coast, you'll find the beachside town of Mooloolaba uses its laid back charm and style to compete with the international appeal of Noosa. Mooloolaba is a region that appeals to both families and couples looking for a holiday experience that caters to all needs and desires. Visit Mooloolaba »


Noosa is the glittering jewel in the Sunshine Coast's crown, combining the natural charm of seaside getaways with casual sophistication. Classy boutiques vie for space with the culinary smorgasbord offered by the restaurants and cafes lining both sides of famous Hastings Street, the heart of Noosa. Visit Noosa »


Rainbow Beach is located between Tin Can Bay and the Pacific Ocean within Cooloola Shore on the Sunshine Coast. Named after the Teewah Coloured Sands in the region, Rainbow Bay is home to a whole host of natural wonders. There’s so much to see close by including the Carlo Sand Blow, Fraser Island, Great Sandy National Park and dolphin feeding at Tin Can Bay.




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