It's the middle of the year already which means it’s time for a well-deserved half time break!
Whether planning a quiet romatic trip or if you're taking the whole family, the Sunshine Coast is becoming the spot for some of the best attractions and events Australia has to offer.
Whay not check out world class athletes competing in the Mooloolaba Triathlon, the Sunshine Coast Marathon Festival and the Half Ironman.
Want to do some fishing? The Sunshine Coast canal system allows you to simply throw in a line and relax. Maybe you’d like to try your hand at some deep sea game fishing and crabbing?
There are experienced deep sea game fisherman ready to take you out and show you the ropes. You can also just hire a boat and sail out. With SunCoast Barra fishing park and the Bli Bli Water Park just a few minutes ride from Coolum, we’re confident all of your fishing and water needs will be met.
You can enjoy the local arts and crafts, boutique cheese factories, parks, gardens, wineries and restaurants of the Hinterland towns of Monteville, Maleny and Mapelton.
Enjoy a Sunshine Coast holiday and easy Sunday morning with the locals down at the popular Eumundi Markets, Big Pineapple Saturday Market and the Fisherman’s Road Market. Sample ginger at the Yandina Ginger Factory, try the delicious Macadamia ice cream at Nutworks or pick your own strawberries and treat yourself to some of our homemade jams and preserves.
If you’d rather spend as much time as possible out on the water during your visit, experienced and amateur sailors will find their place.
Cruising the Sunshine Coast waterways, Maroochy and Mooloolah rivers are the perfect beginning to some much deserved relaxation out on the water.
Get acquainted with the thrills of yachting along the coastline or join a crew and show off your expertise in a full days worth of racing and meeting new people.
Reef exploration, whale watching, hire a kayak, underwater diving and swimming with hump back whales are all activities that are available to you whether you are experienced or not.
The Sunshine Coast is home to some of the most difficult and challenging golf courses in all of Australia. Prepare to have your skills tested with a beautiful ocean breeze on your skin and gorgeous views of the ocean from some clubhouses.
If you’ve managed to get all of that in and still find yourself wanting more, you can explore the region by bike, with or without a guide. You can also enjoy the surfing culture of the Sunshine Coast and even get some lessons.
There is something for everyone here in the Sunshine Coast. Book your stay and come find your adventure.