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That one visit to the Sunshine Coast is simply not enough. The beaches of the Sunshine Coast are varied, from gentle waves to serious surf, while idyllic coastal towns are perfect for both romantic getaways and family holidays.Walk To Mooloolaba Rock wall If your looking for a lovely and free activity during your stay then a walk from Mooloolaba Esplanade to the Mooloolaba Rock wall is actually really nice.
The walk takes about 20 minutes and you can walk along the beach ( the spit ) or through the parklands and boardwalk which runs parallel to the beach. Great for early morning or late afternoon jogging as well.
If you prefer a cosy holiday nestled amongst the hills and beautiful Glasshouse Mountains, then wander through the hinterland where you can browse among local delicacies at markets and fresh food stalls.
So be prepared to tempt your tastebuds in Mooloolaba, untie your purse-strings at Eumundi Markets and bring out your inner child at Australia Zoo.The Bruce Highway sweeps north from Brisbane past the rearing crags of the Glass House Mountains and through the hinterland of the Sunshine Coast. This rich, subtropical country is embroidered with detail. Canny travellers detour from the highway to investigate the little towns west of the Bruce Highway, the Blackall Range beckons. Montville, Maleny and the other villages that perch on or behind the escarpment have restaurants, wineries alternative-style eateries and produce stores, art galleries, boutiques and curiosity.
Follow the Mary River north from its headwaters towards Gympie and you’ll find a series of magnificent state forests and townships of nostalgic rural charm. An old railway links them, and if you’re tempted by a sentimental journey you can board the Mary Valley Rattler Steam train. Or taking the trip north from Brisbane in a more exploratory mood, you can follow the Wine Trail to discover the area’s viticultural secrets, or the Gallery Trail to appreciate the inspiration that artists have found here. The coastline from Caloundra to Rainbow Beach and the lush countryside of the hinterland, the beauty of the Sunshine Coast will captivate you.
Your fun-meter will skyrocket when you visit the Sunshine Coast’s amusement and theme parks, like Aussie World, UnderWater World and internationally-renowned Australia Zoo. The kids will happily play all day at Top Shots in Maroochydore, get lost in Bellingham Maze and they’ll love the Ginger Factory. The Big Kart Track is a must, the largest of its kind in Australia, and there are plenty of thrills and spills to be had at GoWake Cable Park. Nearby is Sunshine Castle at Bli Bli, one of the more unusual attractions on the Sunshine Coast, complete with its own dungeon and torture chamber!
Take a walk in the bush. National parks stretch from the Glass House Mountains National Park to Great Sandy National Park and World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. Noosa National Park is one of Queensland’s only coastal national parks. There’s Cooloola National Park, Mount Coolum National Park, Mapleton National Park and Kondalilla National Park, with its refreshing waterhole.