Sunshine Coast Attractions

The most visited national park in Queensland. You can swim, surf and hike here all year round. There are miles of kept trails along the coast and through the bush. Stop off at one of the many sandy an...
Australia Zoo

Australia Zoo

   Opens at 9:00:AM

Beerwah

Australia Zoo 'Home to the crocodile hunter' has gained an international reputation over the years because the good work put in by the Irwin family and in particular Steve and Terri, 'the original wil...
Established in 1979, The Eumundi Market is one of the Sunshine Coasts leading tourist attractions; held every Saturday and Wednesday of the year come rain, hail or shine, this otherwise sleepy hinterl...
Located to the North of the township of Caloundra, Dicky Beach is a popular beach with locals and tourist alike. It is one of the only recreational beaches in the world to be named after a ship wreck;...
Less than a minutes walk from Noosa Beach, Hastings Street is the Sunshine Coast’s most renowned street. Relax in one of the many restaurants or open air cafes. From sophisticated to casual, Hastings ...
Point Cartwright is but one of the many spectacular surf breaks along the sunshine coast. Drive to the pocket at Kawana and walk down the trail. Or drive to la balsa park and walk to the rock wall. Pa...
The remarkable Glass House Mountains are a series of steep-sided volcanic plugs which dominate the landscape of the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Craggy volcanic peaks tower above pine plantations, eucal...
Located opposite the Ginger Factory the Macadamia Nutworks Factory is a unique opportunity to see and learn about Australia much heralded own nut. Relax over a coffee at the Hardnut Cafe.
The Big Pineapple has been developed for tourism, with a sugar cane train tour, audio-visual displays in the 16-metre-high "Big Pineapple", tropical fruit market, animal nursery -(Open Saturday & Sund...
The Ginger Factory is a fun, exciting and educational day out for the whole family. See how ginger is transformed into a myriad of products and sample some of the end delights amidst the their lush tr...
The Valley Rattler features steam train tours through the Mary Valley to Amamoor.
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Markets held second & fourth Sunday of each month.
The Gympie Gold Mining and Historical Museum includes in its grounds a miner's cottage which was once the home of Andrew Fisher, an early Prime Minister of Australia.