Become a professional beach bum and stay in our Sunshine Coast accommodation
! Take a load off and enjoy all the area has to offer including glorious beaches, restaurants and cafes, incredible National Parks, markets and numerous family and tourist attractions. The Sunshine Coast begins at Caloundra, just an hour's drive north of Brisbane, continues north along the coast to Rainbow Beach and incorporates the surrounding hinterland.
Go road trippin' and discover the dazzling beaches of the Sunshine Coast. Caloundra
is perfect for the kiddies with its safe swimming beaches and range of water sports to keep them occupied! Cruising north from Caloundra, the trendy town of Mooloolaba
is the perfect place to mooch around in the sunshine, eating at alfresco cafes or checking out fashion boutiques. Or jump start the heart by going diving with sharks at the amazing Underwater World. Aspiring fisherman will love Maroochydore
- the commercial hub of the Sunshine Coast with awesome fishing spots on the Maroochy River. The quaint village of Coolum
, another favourite spot for families, is the perfect place to chill out and unwind.
Check out our Noosa accommodation
, one of the Sunshine Coast’s most popular places, with vibrant Hastings street offering award winning alfresco dining, fashion boutiques, ice cream stores and souvenir shops, all close to the beautiful white sand beach and National Park. Crikey! Be sure to visit Australia Zoo - made famous by the late Steve Irwin, 'The Crocodile Hunter'. The zoo contains over 100 species and an animal rescue centre.
Our Sunshine Coast accommodation
is the perfect base to explore the nearby Blackall Ranges and Noosa hinterland and discover the picturesque towns of Maleny, Montville, Yandina and Eumundi. Muster up a trip to Gympie and explore a number of attractions including the Mary Valley Heritage Railway, the Lighthorse Museum and the Gold Mining Museum. Wherever you choose to stay on the Sunshine Coast, you'll love the incredible variety of ways to live out your summer dreams all year long!
Image from Scott Anderson