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Beachfront Cafes »

What better way to explore Queensland’s stunning Sunshine Coast than with a leisurely drive along its coastal roads, leading visitors through quaint beachside towns. Along the way visitors will discover many inviting cafés and restaurants, made perfect for a relaxing tea or coffee, tasty lunch and of course, dessert! From... more »

Surfing Lessons »

Sunny Queensland is known for its white sandy beaches and balmy sub-tropical climate. The beautiful Sunshine Coast personifies these wonderful natural elements and visitors to this famous coastal region will find a vast range of tours and activities to enjoy. One of the most popular coastal pastimes in Australia is... more »

Sunshine Coast Markets »

The Sunshine Coast is blessed with diverse areas of lush hinterland, dramatic coastal settings and fertile plains. Because of these wonderful natural features, the people here have a special connection to the environment. It is no surprise then that the area should produce the finest in organic produce, natural beauty... more »

Whale Watching »

The Sunshine Coast is an activity packed destination filled with all sorts of nature geared tours and sites. From hinterland hikes and beachside fun there is something to be found for any taste. One of the most popular yet unique attractions is a whale watching tour. Every year from June... more »

Underwater World »

Underwater World is a top Queensland attraction on Australia’s Sunshine Coast. A marine wildlife sanctuary and aquarium, Underwater World features a massive 2.5 million litre tank filled with over 50 species of fish, stingrays, sharks and coral reef, and best of all, visitors can walk right through it in the... more »

Glass House Mountains »

The Glass House Mountains are actually a series of volcanic ‘plugs’; extinct volcano cores that resemble large rock formations extending high above the Sunshine Coast landscape. Visible for miles, these ancient volcanic skeletons are situated near the townships of Beerburrum, Beerwah, and Landsborough and make up the Glass House Mountain... more »

Australia Zoo »

Australia Zoo is one of Australia’s top tourist attractions and was made famous by the late Steve Irwin, know affectionately as ‘The Crocodile Hunter’. From its humble beginnings in 1970 as a small reptile park, the zoo has grown to over 100 hectares and features hundreds of species of animals,... more »