When is the best time to visit the Sunshine Coast? We reckon it's October and November because Spring has sprung and with it comes gorgeous weather and fewer crowds. Each year the Coast offers breath-taking views, a comfortable climate and authentic fun experiences for you and your family.
Springtime On The Sunshine Coast
Spring on the Sunshine Coast (September to November) brings with it pleasant temperatures remaining steadily between 24–27 degrees Celsius.
The Sunshine Coast isn't quite the tropics; however, it's pretty close. Expect warm weather throughout Spring with occasional refreshing showers in the summers and drier, cooler winters.
Just over an hour's drive from Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast offers plenty of beaches to choose from, and it is a popular spot for families to visit during the school holidays.
Authentic Aussie Adventures
Experience a rich culture: Learn about the Sunshine Coast's rich cultural and indigenous heritage on adventures like Saltwater Eco Tours (Link tohttps://www.saltwaterecotours.com.au/)
Deep-sea fishing: Throw away any talk about "the one that got away" with photographic evidence of the prize catch you will land on a deep-sea fishing excursion. Give Captain Allan a call! (link to http://www.flatdogcharters.com/)
Surfing: Feel the adrenalin after taking a few lessons from the guys at Coolum Surf School (. https://www.coolumsurfschool.com.au/)
Australia Zoo: A popular spot for the whole family, avoid the school holidays for fewer crowds. Crikey mate! (https://www.australiazoo.com.au/)
Sunshine Coast hinterland and national parks: July and August bring cooler weather in the low 20s, ideal for bushwalking. The Sunny Coast has plenty of amazing trails to be explored (https://adventure.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/)
Have a taste of the thriving craft beer scene: The craft beers on the Sunshine Coast are considered among the best in Australia. It's really worth the effort to get out and try them all! (link = https://sunshinecoastcraftbeertours.com.au/)
Climb Mount Coolum: Check this off your bucket list. Hike the 800m track to the 208m summit of the mountain's impressive dome, where you can enjoy 360-degree breath-taking views of Hinterland and the surrounding coast. (link https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/mount-coolum)
Enjoy all these authentic, fun experiences during your stay at The Point Coolum, ideally located for your Sunshine Coast adventure while staying in one of our gorgeous ocean view villas.