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Alexandra Headland is a coastal community situated on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.

exandra Headland, known to the locals as 'Alex', is a coastal community situated on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. The community is located on a beautiful spot on what is known as the Sunshine Strip - it sits between Mooloolaba and ...

 

Amamoor Station Country Markets

Amamoor Station, Amamoor Every 3rd Saturday of the month 10am to 4pm - Ph: 07 5484 3195 or 0438 837 556

 

Cooroy is the closest rail head to the coast and is 16 kilometres west of Tewantin

Cooroy is the closest rail head to the coast and is 16 kilometres west of Tewantin on the Bruce Highway. Originally a timber and dairy town, Cooroy is now a growing rural residential area with hundreds of homesteads gracing its rolling ...

 

Cotton Tree on the Sunshine Coast

Cotton Tree - The Cotton Tree area is a family holiday favourite. Located right on the sandy banks of the Maroochy River it provides not only safe, calm water for swimming, but also a whole host of water sport activity such as sailboard ...

 

Dicky Beach on Queenslands Sunshine Coast

In recent times Caloundra has changed. Once a truly classic Queensland retirement town - units with ocean views, senior citizens making their way carefully along the beachfront, old men tossing fishing lines in Pumicestone Channel - it has ...

 

Maleny on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland

Just north of Brisbane and south of Noosa, this unique rural community is perched high above the Sunshine Coast beaches and amazing Glasshouse Mountains in south-east Queensland. Locals say the rolling green hills, deep pockets of rain ...

 

Moffat beach on the Sunshine Coast

As the southern gateway to the Sunshine Coast, Caloundra City offers the type of 'get away from it all' holiday so many enjoy. One of Queensland's favourite family holiday destinations is Caloundra. The big attractions are its special ...

 

Montville has a true village charm exceptional to all other centres

Known as 'The Creative Heart of the Sunshine Coast', Montville has a true village charm exceptional to all other centres. You will find a pleasant blend of Tudor, Irish and English cottages of log or stone, Swiss and Bavarian chalets, an ...

 

Montville, the jewel of the Blackall Range

Sometimes we all need to sit back, recharge the batteries and unwind from the hectic day to day of our modern world. If you are looking for some romance in your life, or simply need to relax, then the old world charm and magic of Montville, ...

 

Peregian Beach. Driving south from Noosa along the coastal David Low Way

Peregian Beach. Driving south from Noosa along the coastal David Low Way offers breathtaking ocean and beach views. Located right in the centre of this 18 kilometre stretch of beach are the exclusive Castaways and Marcus beaches, with ...

 

Queensland's Sunshine Coast

Pristine coastline and lush hinterland, superb cuisine, action and adventure or just the perfect piece of sand on which to sit and ponder?The Coast begins at Caloundra, just one hour's drive north of Brisbane and extends to Cooloola, the ...

 

Sunshine Coast - Cooloola

The Cooloola Region stretches 50km between Noosa and the World Heritage-listed Fraser Island and inland to the Mary Valley hinterland. A wonderful blend of beaches, waterways, rural hinterland, and heritage, Cooloola offers several unique ...

 

Sunshine Coast - Maroochy

Discover Maroochy and its diversity of landscapes and attractions from the sub-tropical Hinterland to the white sandy beaches of the coast. Maroochy is an ideal holiday destination all year round with warm tropical summers and mild winters. ...

 

Sunshine Coast Adventure and Attractions

Get your heart pounding diving with huge sharks and stingrays at UnderWater World or swim with the playful seals. Tuck into a scrumptious tropical fruit and ice cream parfait at the Big Pineapple, or watch the bee-keepers in action at ...

 

Sunshine Coast Beaches

The Sunshine Coast means sun-drenched beaches, sparkling water and year-round swimming in temperate waters. The secluded coves and bays fringed by Noosa National Park, one of the few absolute beachfront national parks in Australia.   Truly ...

 

Sunshine Coast Diving

Sunshine Coast. There are close in, relatively shallow reefs and bombies plus colourful coral grounds within sight of shore. Enjoy some of the best diving the Sunshine Coast has to offer. Inner Gneerings, Outer Gneerings, Murphy's Reef and ...

 

Sunshine Coast Food and Wine Trail

The Sunshine Coast wine region is one of the most diverse and fastest growing wine regions in Queensland, encompassing vineyards situated high up in the cooler climate Blackall Range, Kenilworth and Traveston areas through to the milder ...

 

Sunshine Coast Golf and Sport

Our 300 days of sunshine create a year-round paradise for golfers. The world's golfing greats, like five-times British Open champion Peter Thomson, Australia's own Greg Norman, Robert Trent Jones Jnr and world-renowned golf course designer ...

 

Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Lush green landscapes that invite discovery

Beyond the brilliant white beaches, the rolling surf and the resort towns of the Sunshine Coast lies a hinterland of lush green landscapes that invite discovery.  Take some time to explore the long and winding roads through some of ...

 

Sunshine Coast Markets

Whether it's a week day or weekend, a fantastic way to start the day is at our markets. The famous Eumundi Market is an iconic reflection of the Sunshine Coast's special culture. The market motto, “Make it, bake it, grow it or sew it” is ...