The Sunshine Coast is a region rich in diversity, and that is what makes it so special. Enviably positioned, the region is tucked between Brisbane and Fraser Island – a natural haven waiting to be explored.

Wonders of nature, beachside culture, fresh local food, immersive encounters and world-class events are in abundance.

From the majestic Glass House Mountains in the south to Noosa and the coloured sands of Rainbow Beach in the north, the region includes over 100km of pristine sandy beaches, surrounded by the quiet beauty of coastal and inland villages. As an incentive, there is no shortage of holiday and caravan parks dotted all along the coast or in the natural surrounds of the lush Hinterland and Mary Valley.

However, the most distinctive thing about the Sunshine Coast is the people, it is a place where you will feel like a local from the moment you arrive.

From sun-kissed surfers to bohemian artists, there is no shortage of friendly people with easy smiles. It’s no surprise they’re happy, as the region enjoys a subtropical climate with plenty of warmth – in fact an average of 300 days of sunshine per year.

Things to do

  • Deadly dog disease confirmed in Queensland

    The tick-borne dog disease ehrlichiosis has been confirmed in a Queensland dog. It is reported that this dog had not travelled outside of Queensland, meaning the disease has likely found its way into our local tick population. This update includes tips which you can share with your guests on how they can protect their dog/s.

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  • The Whales are Back!

    Every year more than 22,000 whales sail past the Queensland Coast on the longest migration on the planet! This is a once (or more) in a lifetime experience you simply have to see for yourself.

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  • Stay Bio-Alert on Your Next Trip

    Biosecurity is not just an international threat, it’s a domestic problem too.  Pests, diseases and weeds can travel with you as you visit other regions and wreak havoc on our environment.

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  • Explore the Glass House Mountains

    The Glass House Mountains. Drive amongst, walk to the top and gaze across these spectacular ancient volcanic peaks from the many vistas and viewing areas.

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  • Enjoy world class beaches and water sports

    With over 100kms of pristine coastline, the Sunshine Coast is the perfect place to play in, on or under the water.

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  • Enjoy world class events

    The Sunshine Coast is home to an ever-expanding annual calendar of events in dazzling natural amphitheatres.

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Places to stay

Beerwah Caravan Park

205 Burys Road, Beeerwah

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Ocean View Caravan & Tourist Park

2 Old Maleny Rd, Landsborough

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