The Sunshine Coast is a Region of Flawless Beaches and Desired Surf

The Sunshine Coast is a Region of Flawless Beaches and Desired Surf

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The Sunshine Coast is renowned for its stunning beaches and excellent surf. Here you can take pleasure in sipping coffee while wearing your bikini, or enjoying a healthy lunch on its shores.

Noosa with its picturesque national park to chic, vibrant Caloundra exude an upscale ethos while Caloundra exudes more relaxed charm.

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The Sunshine Coast, north of Brisbane, boasts superb clean beaches and bustling tourist precincts amidst scenic mountains. Mooloolaba boasts modern accommodation options while Noosa is famous for its world-class surfing spots and charming oceanfront villages.

This subtropical climate offers mild winters and hot summers. This makes the region’s subtropical climate highly conducive to outdoor recreation activities such as hiking trails and horseback riding in the Glass House Mountains, fishing off of its coasts, snorkeling or diving trips – perfect for an array of recreational pursuits such as kayaking.

The Sunshine Coast boasts a robust local economy, experiencing strong growth across various sectors. Education is one of its primary industries; USC Sunshine Coast serves over 12,000 students through an impressive array of programs at their state-of-the-art campus facilities that feature an Engineering Learning Hub with 3D CAVE2TM visualization studio, nursing simulation labs and nationally accredited sport science laboratories – not forgetting a host of internship and mentoring opportunities available through USC Sun Coast!


The Sunshine Coast lies to the north of Brisbane along Queensland‘s Coral Sea coastline and features rugged headlands, pounding surfs, offshore reefs, secluded bays and protected inland waterways. Noosa and Coolum beaches are known for their gorgeous surroundings and stunning stretches of shoreline.

The Sunshine Coast boasts a stunning beachfront that boasts everything from family-friendly resorts to luxury accommodation, as well as plenty of opportunities for exploring its hinterland – including Maleny, Montville, Mapleton and Eumundi’s charming village hamlets.

The Sunshine Coast is an idyllic destination to visit any time of year, but school holiday visits (mid-December to end of January and Easter), along with Easter can become especially busy. Summer months offer some of the most appealing beaches.

Kin Kin

Kin Kin (an Aboriginal word for black ant) is a vibrant community filled with artists, health therapists and gourmet foodies who live there passionately. Additionally, there is a fantastic little pub located there as well as unique artisan-made products like honey and tea made specifically for Kin Kin.

The town is situated within Great Sandy National Park and features various nature spots for daytrippers or weekenders alike. Additionally, it’s an attractive destination for overnight or day-trip getaways.

Visit the newly renovated and cozy Kin Kin Hotel, take a stroll through vintage country treasures in Kin Kin Depot and savor a sustainably-sourced lunch overlooking quaint town centre at Black Ant Gourmet – run by longtime local Jodie Williams!


Sunshine Coast air quality suffers from elevated levels of particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM10). These tiny airborne particles have the capacity to enter deep into our lungs, as well as enter bloodstream causing serious health concerns. PM2.5 and PM10 emissions typically come from wildfires; other sources could include construction activities and agriculture projects.

This region is a popular holiday and surfing destination, boasting its craggy headlands, pounding surfs, offshore reefs, and secluded beaches. Additionally, its hinterland boasts lush forests and charming villages where artisanal food and drinks can be found along with hiking and mountain biking activities.

The Hinterland offers many attractions, such as the Glass House Mountains – striking volcanic plugs rising out of dense forests – hiking Mt Ngungun or wandering through Kondalilla National Park’s waterfalls and eucalyptus forest, or experiencing Australia’s cafe and coffee culture with delicious avocado toast and flat whites!


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