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10 best places to visit at Sunshine coast – Enjoy the sunny side of the country

The Sunshine Coast boasts about the sunshine that shines on the coast all-year-round making it the ideal location for vacations and outings when you want to get away from the cold weather.


Noosa National park

The national park is undoubtedly the main attraction in the Sunshine Coast as it is a natural beauty with the pristine beaches, the paperback forests, dunes and rainforests.


Australia Zoo, Beerwah

A zoo is an attraction that is interesting to both kids and adults. The park is the location where Steve Irwin and his wife developed in order to spread awareness about conservation and protection of animals.


Noosa Main Beach

The Noosa Main Beach is with pristine white sandy beaches, with the trees that outline the beach providing shade complements the stunning turquoise blue waters that merge into the sky at the horizon.


The Original Eumundi Markets

The small town of Eumundi comes alive every Wednesday and Saturday as the market brings so many people together. If you are interested in adding some local colour to your accessories or gifts then the Eumundi Market is the place to be. Alexandra Headlands hotel is located walking distance from the market.


The Mountain Villages of Montville

In order to take a break from the sunny golden beaches, you can head to the scenic location of mountain villages of Montville and Maleny. Not too far from, Oaks Seaforth Resort you can opt to arrange half-day or full-day tours – ideal for nature lovers, in order to be able to enjoy peaceful bliss in nature.


Glass House Mountains National Park

Legend has it that the two main peaks are considered to be the mother and the father of the rest of the smaller mountains that are created around these peaks. This is a popular hiking site for nature lovers and hikers.


Noosa North Shore

The Noosa North Shore is an 80-kilometre long stretch which is the opening to the World Heritage listing- Fraser Island. This beach stretch is particularly popular for four-wheel driving enthusiasts and beachfront campers.


Rainbow Beach

You can drive along the beach with its coloured sand and chase the sunset as you go. You can then move the car onto the ferry which will take you to Double Island Point. You need to get a car permit to be able to drive on the coastline but the adventure is worth the trouble.


Mooloolaba Beach

Mooloolaba Beach is one of the most popular and developed coastlines in Sunshine Coast. Due to its popularity there are many hotels, resorts and apartments that have sprung up over the past few years. Along with the development there are several bars and restaurants you can go to in order to take a break from the sun.


Underwater World Sea Life, Mooloolaba

After spending time at the Mooloolaba beach you can head to the Underwater World Sea Life where you get to see a glimpse of the underwater sea life and freshwater habitats in Australia. These are themed exhibits where children can learn numerous things about these colourful and beautiful creatures that you cannot see on a daily basis.