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Alex Beach House

23 Juan Street, Alexandra Headland QLD 4572

100 steps to the sand. Sleeps 14 guests.

Luxurious surroundings in a great location with time to relax – the essential ingredients for a dream holiday.

Experience the freedom of holidaying only metres to the golden sands of Alexandra Headlands Beach and only mins to Mooloolaba Restaurants, This 3 Storey Modern Beach House has 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Large Open Plan Living Areas, 2 Lounge Rooms and is very well appointed.

Comfort & Style in a Great Location

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Grantlea Villa

29 Katharina Street, Noosa QLD 4567

This delightful Villa is nestled in a tranquil and picturesque area of Noosa Heads. The villa has polished timber floors, tropical furnishings and offers privacy in a relaxed environment, yet only a short walk to the restaurants and cafes of cosmopolitan Hastings Street and Noosa Main Beach.

Be impressed by the many features this amazing Villa has to offer. Facilities include heated spa, pool, water feature, undercover parking, tropical gardens, a private courtyard in the front catches the morning sun and the pool, spa and barbecue are set in tropical gardens at the rear.

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Mariner's Reach

213 Gympie Terrace (corner Albert St), Noosaville QLD 4566

Mariner's Reach is located on Gympie Terrace with uninterrupted views of the beautiful Noosa River. This north facing two bedroom 2 bathroom, air-conditioned penthouse has been beautifully furnished by one of the Sunshine Coast's leading interior decorators.

Mariner's Reach is located within easy walking distance of the boutiques, restaurants and cafes along Gympie Terrace.

Mariner's Reach is the perfect holiday location with a lovely balcony overlooking the Noosa River, heated pool and barbecue area.

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Sonoma Noosaville

161-163 Gympie Terrace, Noosaville QLD 4566

Imagine holidaying only metres from the pristine Noosa River and brilliant award winning restaurants and cafes.

This luxuriously appointed 2 storey residence in stunning "Sonoma" offers a fusion of modernism flavoured with luxury, ambience and light that would appeal to the most discerning guest. Indoor outdoor living flow seamlessly where personal comfort is premium.

Set in an exclusive gated estate on sought after Gympie Terrace this freestanding, spacious villa house offers excellent privacy yet is perfectly positioned adjacent the fully-equipped pool house/cabana & sparkling L-shaped pool.

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Freestyle Escape

Thompson Road, Dulong QLD 4560

Freestyle Escape offers Luxury Accommodation, Gourmet cooking classes, Art classes, Team Building and Stylish hens days.

Escape into our luxury accommodation, nestled in the heart of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. A perfect Honeymoon location and honeymoon accommodation. We offer two luxury properties:

The Arthouse—perfect for that romantic hinterland get-a-way for two. Nestled in rainforest with our orchard and herb garden on hand, the Arthouse is ultra private, the perfect place to hideout with your lover, the ultimate honeymoon space!

The Escape House—a premium home offering 3 bedrooms of luxury with a gourmet kitchen perfect for spending quality time with your partner and/or a couple of special friends in total privacy. With views to die for ....

Both offer contemporary design, log fires and views that will take your breath away as you listen to the bird song. Rest and unwind in luxuriously soft bedding, relaxing stone baths and long decks - all of which look out over spectacular views of mountains and coastline.

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Beach Road Holiday Homes

90 Beach Road, Noosa North Shore QLD 4565

Beach Road Noosa Holiday Homes are architectually designed with the philosophy of creating harmonious, supremely comfortable homes with an abundance of air, light and space where families or groups of friends can share memorable holidays all year round.

The designs incorporate open flowing floor plans and large screened decks with BBQ's which capture the essence of laid back coastal living with emphasis on interaction with the unique natural enviroment of the surrounding bushland..

The homes have up to four bedrooms, which can sleep up to ten people, and together with the multiple living spaces, and varied sleeping arrangments will suit either extended families and friends or small executive groups.

Large entertaining areas, screened verandas and zoned pavilions let the adults entertain well into the night without fear of wakening the children.

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The Red Ginger Bungalow

12 Old Gympie Road, Yandina QLD 4561

The Red Ginger Bungalow is an ideal Noosa/Coolum hinterland retreat, located on the stunning Sunshine Coast Queensland, Australia. Located in the hinterland town of Yandina, also known as the “Ginger Town” this area boasts some magnificent countryside.

About Yandina: Yandina is the home of the award winning Spirit House Thai restaurant and cooking school as well as the famous Ginger Factory and Nutworks tourist attractions. Popular Eumundi markets are 10min drive away on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Walk to Historic Yandina hotel, local Thai restaurant, IGA supermarket and shops and cafes. Your home away from home is 20min drive from Noosa, Coolum, Mooloolaba and Maroochydore or the quaint hinterland towns of Montville Flaxton and Maleny. The Noosa and Maroochy river also offer fishing and boat cruises.

The Red Ginger Bungalow – Your Home Away from Home -A perfect home to unwind in and we welcome all pets. Fully fenced lockable yard.

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Cockles Beach House

25 A Lakedrive Crescent, Marcoola QLD 4564

Situated in the tranquil "Town of Seaside" in beachside Marcoola, Cockles Beach House is perfect for that extended get away. Enjoy the privacy of your own pool, take a gentle walk to the beach or just sit and relax in the outdoor area.

The house features,

  • Master queen size bedroom with ensuite
  • Two single rooms each with a king single and a roll under trundle for extra children.
  • Sleeps 6 (maximum 4 adults)
  • Ceiling fans throughout
  • Airconditioned living areas
  • Central office space
  • Galley kitchen with dishwasher
  • Lock-up garage
  • Deck overlooking pool
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Grantlea Holiday Lodge

34 Grant Street, Noosa QLD 4567

A Special Place Boutique Resort established in 1996 and containing 1,2 & 3 bedroom Lodges in a select and quiet location. Hastings Street and the beach are a ten minute walk from Grantlea, with shops, bowling club, banks and many of the restaurants only a three minute stroll. Noosas famous Reef Hotel is a mere five minutes walk. Grantlea is central to everything but set in a select and quiet location just off the main road leading to Hastings Street. Surrounded by natural bushland and Koala sanctuary, Grantlea guests can enjoy the peace and warmth of Noosa Heads and are close enough to visit all restaurants and beaches.

Spirit House Restaurant and Cooking School

20 Ninderry Road, Yandina Creek QLD 4561
Gourmet Traveller Magazine described the Spirit House as 'a tropical film set that takes your breath away. Like the setting, the food is breathtaking.' Clustered around a tranquil pond, the restaurant setting is magical, a temple style main building with covered courtyard tables set in lush tropical gardens dotted with Thai sculptures. A larger Balinese style courtyard provides the perfect venue for wedding ceremonies. At night the garden setting turns into a magical wonderland as flares and lights reflect in the water. The music is the music of nature, ducks, frogs, birds against the background tinkling of temple bells. Spirit House chefs cook the most wonderful, sensitive and fragrant Thai inspired food. So popular is their food, that the chefs conduct daily classes every week in the purpose built, 'hands-on' cooking school. These classes demystify Asian ingredients and cooking methods and are a great day out with a group of friends. Limited to 18 per class, cook four to six recipes each class, then wine and dine on your efforts over a leisurely lunch in a garden dining pavilion. A visit to the Spirit House is a treat for all your senses, sight, sound, scent and of course, taste....

The Sebel Twin Waters

80 North Shore Road, Twin Waters QLD 4564

Woodworks Museum and Interpretive Centre

Fraser Road, Gympie QLD 4570
Gympie's Woodworks Museum and Interpretive Centre was first opened by the Queensland Museum and Department of forestry in March 1984 and gives visitors a fascinating insight into the Timber Industry through the years. The Centre has a host of attractions including a steam driven sawmill, springboard display, pioneering forestry hand tools display and a fully restored 1925 'republic' Winch Truck. The Woodworkers workshop is on site including and timber souvenirs are for sale. Demonstrations and guided tours available for groups including school parties by arrangement....

Sippy Downs

Sippy Downs, Sippy Downs QLD 4556

Noosa Heads Coastal Track

Noosa National Park, Noosa Heads QLD 4567
Spectacular views can be seen from several lookouts along the track. You will also see coastal rock formations such as the Boiling Pot and Hells Gates. Beaches include Tea Tree Bay, a pandanus-lined sandy beach, the more rocky Granite Bay, historic Winch Cove and the sweeping Alexandria Bay. Koalas frequent the gum trees along this walk and honeyeaters are often seen in the flowering shrubs next to the track. Out to sea, frolicking dolphins and migrating humpback whales are sometimes seen by the keen observer....

Caloundra Road Visitor Information Centre

7 Caloundra Road, Caloundra QLD 4551
The Caloundra Road Visitor Information Centre is located on Caloundra Road in Caloundra. This accredited Visitor Information Centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable local volunteers, the Caloundra Road Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat on teh Sunshine Coast and surrounding regions. It also holds brochures for each region in Queensland. The centre offers free Wi-Fi for visitors. Situated behind the Visitor Information Centre in the car park is Sunshine Coast Council's RV Dump Point. One of only two on the Sunshine Coast. ...

LARC About Amphibious Environmental Tours

Short Street, Golden Beach QLD 4551
A first for the Sunshine Coast! LARC About Amphibious Environmental Tours explore the majestic Pumicestone Passage and north western side of Bribie Island onboard an ex Vietnam war era LARC V amphibian learning about the local history, flora and fauna along the way. They currently offer three tour options from Caloundra. It's safe, fun and all together a different experience. Tours depart on demand from the Short Street boat ramp just behind the BIG 4 holiday park at the bottom of the main street in Caloundra; this departure point is just a short walk along the coastal walkway from Caloundra's Central Business District and restaurants of Bulcock beach. Buses can park on site. Pre book to ensure your trip. Love to see you onboard!...

Mary River Festival

Kandanga Amamoor Road, Kandanga QLD 4570
The Mary River Festival, held each year in Kandanga in early November has acquired a reputation of being one of the friendliest, most laid back festivals you'd find, with a great mix of top music, art, kid's activities and much much more. This festival runs on a not for profit basis with an incredibly lean budget, through the generous involvement of local community groups, as well as a number of individuals, and enjoys wonderful support from musicians and participants. As well as the sense of community though, what really powers this festival is the exuberance unleashed in 2009, after Peter Garrett gave the federal thumbs-down on the Traveston Crossing Dam proposal. It was that enormous relief and the grabbing in both hands of the ongoing environmental stewardship of the Mary River that runs through every part of this festival. ...

Wolvi and District Recreation Hall

Kin Kin Road, Wolvi QLD 4570
The Wolvi and District Recreation Hall was built in 1923 and is of significant historical and social significance to the local community. Wolvi started out as a timber milling township and today has a proactive school. Next to the Hall is the Stanton - Eaton Playground where the kids will be amused for some time. There is also an amenities block and grassed picnic areas so this is a great spot for a rest stop. ...

Caloundra Cruise

38 Pelican Waters Boulevard, Pelican Waters QLD 4551
Caloundra Cruise is an iconic Sunshine Coast attractions suitable for all ages. Sunday and Tuesday to Friday, on the 90 minute Smoothwater Classic Cruise, discover the spectacular beauty of this marine environment with abundant bird life and locals at play. Hear the waterway's rich nautical history; see the wildlife and experience superb views from Caloundra Heads to Moreton Island, Bribie Island National Park and the "Blue Hole", all from a specially designed riverboat. The calm waters of this marine park ensures a pleasant trip. You can include a break for lunch at the Pelican Waters Tavern and take advantage of the specially priced "cruise boat menu". Each Thursday, the "Eco Explorer" cruises deeper into the Pumicestone Passage Marine Park for some great bird watching opportunities. An experienced guide will cover the fascinating history, geography and ecology of this pristine region. Enjoy a deluxe morning tea at anchor while you observe the native flora and fauna and hear dreamtime legends. You'll return in time for lunch ashore. Or take in a stunning sunset over the Glasshouse Mountains while relaxing on their BYO Friday or Saturday Sunset Cruise. Check the website for the new Saturday Quarterdeck Cruise....

Conondale

Conondale, Conondale QLD 4552
Conondale, like many rural towns in South East Queensland, is pretty. The town might be a great spot for a chance to catch your breath during what is a very scenic drive but there is something about Conondale that is as subtle as it is magic. When travelling from Maleny, Conondale is the first opportunity to take a close-up and easy look at the river that gives its name to the valley through which it passes - the Mary River. Just near where the Maleny-Kenilworth Road crosses the Mary River, Fritz Park offers the chance for a picnic and time to contemplate exactly why this little village is so special. Conondale is distinctive because of its proximity to the rugged beauty of the range to its west called the Conondale Range. Within the Range a national park called Conondale National Park is an unspoilt and undeveloped park of harsh beauty. Conondale National Park protects important remnants of grassy open Eucalypt forest, tall wet sclerophyll forest and subtropical rainforest that once covered large areas of the Sunshine Coast hinterland. The park is the central undisturbed core of an extensive area of forest reserves in the Conondale Range and an important refuge for many rare and threatened animals, including the Mary River Turtle, which, until recently, had not been discovered. It is important to remember that this park is suited to very experienced walkers only. The turn off to the national park is about 15 kilometres north of Conondale at Sunday Creek Road. The turn is marked by a pretty park called Keith and Ivy Boon Memorial Park....

Paleo Camping Retreat

Kenilworth, Kenilworth QLD 4574
You're invited to the next Paleo Camping Retreat! Join them, along with Aussie Paleo Chef, for an amazing weekend away in nature! Enjoy two nights and three days camping in a bush setting in the Sunshine Coast hinterland... away from technology, electronics, and traffic, free from the stress of leading a busy life, spending time in nature, reconnecting with nature and yourself, meeting new people also on a journey to better health through the Paleo Lifestyle, unique experiences, learning new skills, and having stacks of fun! It's not 'glamping' but it's by no means 'roughing it' either - so whether you're a seasoned camper or have never been camping before, this camping retreat will suit you! The venue is a private location in Kenilworth, Sunshine Coast, Queensland (only 40 minutes from the airport). Location will be given on booking. Find out more and register at through the website. Registrations close 24 October 2016....

Noosa International Sevens Festival

Bicentennial Drive, Sunshine Beach QLD 4567
The Noosa International 7's Festival is a two day, outdoor sporting festival involving a Queensland Rugby Union sanctioned and Federation of Oceania Rugby Union (FORU) and Australian Rugby Union supported, elite seven-a-side rugby union tournament involving up to forty (40) teams comprising four divisions (Stan Bissett Cup [men]; Vince Beakey Cup [women]; and schools competition [boys and girls]) for both men and women, with supporting entertainment, and food and beverage facilities hosted at the Noosa District Rugby Union Club Inc's home ground at Bicentennial Drive, Sunshine Beach on the second weekend in October. Arguably one of the premier Sevens-rugby tournaments in the Southern Hemisphere, the Noosa International Sevens Festival is perfectly positioned to become an important part of an Australian Sevens rugby circuit, and a must-see Sunny-Coast outdoor rugby-entertainment event. ...

Noosaville

Noosaville, Noosaville QLD 4566
Noosaville is a lively centre for holiday accommodation, aquatic activities, bars and restaurants and is located around the sparkling waters of the Noosa River. A popular retreat for locals and repeat visitors, Noosaville is an ideal spot for families with safe swimming and a laid back, friendly atmosphere. It is also the entrance to the picturesque canal estate of Noosa Waters. Sample the diverse cuisine served at cafes and eateries along the riverfront. Gympie Terrace and Thomas Street are popular eat streets, with restaurants serving up tastes from around the world as well as contemporary Australian fare. Choose from relaxed, budget eateries and award winning restaurants or enjoy a seafood platter with stunning water views. Shopping is also well catered for in Noosaville with an excellent range of boutiques retailing everything from shoes and beachwear to surfboards and clothes for any occasion. A large range of water craft can be hired from locations along the Noosa River. The Noosa Ferry stops at numerous places in the Noosaville area on its journey between Hastings Street and Noosa Marina....

Sunshine Coast Afloat

123 Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
Sunshine Coast Afloat offers a wide variety of marine activities ranging from Deep Sea Fishing and Crabbing Charters, Whale Watching, Cruises, Guided Kayak Estuary Fishing Tours. Itineraries can be arranged to suit your needs and combining products. Sunshine Coast Afloat offers the choice of Deep Sea Fishing and Spanner Crabbing Trips ranging from five to 18 hours. Or if you like Whale Watching, you can choose from the fast fun adventure in the jet boat or enjoy an intimate cruise with some nibbles, have a rail side view and don't fight the crowds. If you like a bit of action and fun you have to try their Ocean Jet Boat. Only two operating in Australia. This boat is designed especially for riding the waves without getting wet. Enjoy the spins and turns, ride the waves and speed along the coastline. They also offer variety of cruises being Party Boat Hire, Corporate and Group events, Hens and Bucks Parties....

Coolum Beach

Coolum Beach, Coolum Beach QLD 4573
Catapulted on to the elite tourism trail with the opening of the nearby golf resort, Coolum Beach has become a hideaway for the rich and famous. But a surge in high rise apartment development and resort accommodation has also broadened its appeal both as a residential address and as a Sunshine Coast holiday destination. Coolum has a fine surf and swimming beach. The township is located halfway between Maroochydore and Noosa, while the surrounding bays and rocky outcrops are favourite fishing haunts. There are plenty of cafes and fine dining options on the main thoroughfare. And, if it's exercise you need, set aside a couple of hours for the hike to the top of Mt Coolum. Stunning views from the peak reward those who make the effort. If those views over the ocean turn your fancy to thoughts of dangling a line, charter operators offer deep-sea fishing. Coolum Beach is located just 15 minutes south of Noosa....

Buderim Falls

Lindsay Road, Buderim QLD 4556

Mooloolaba

Mooloolaba, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
Dine on the freshest seafood straight off the trawler or hop on a fishing charter to catch your own. Mooloolaba is home to the largest trawling fleet in the region and a favourite anchorage for ocean cruisers and leisure boats. Whether it's a simple serve of fish and chips at the beach, or king prawn cocktails at a five-star restaurant - Mooloolaba can dish up seafood to suit all budgets and palates. There are several patrolled beaches in this part of the coast. Alexandra Headland is a great place to find a perfectly peeling wave if you're keen to go for a surf while you're in town. When it comes to dining, Mooloolaba is home to a range of cosmopolitan cafes and family restaurants - as well as a shopping precinct by the water where you can buy everything from beach towels to designer label clothes. Mooloolaba is about 100 kilometres north of Brisbane....

Jungle Love Festival

1133 Yabba Creek Road, Imbil QLD 4570
A boutique music festival that celebrates up and coming local musicians, artists and art workers. They follow a different model to most other festivals whereby they closely curate the entire program and add in different acts that they know most people are unaware of but will thoroughly enjoy, creating an element of surprise. They bring this all together in the beautiful natural surrounds of Borumba Deer Park in Queensland, where the stages back onto the lush Yabba Creek where punters often take a swim break before having another dance....
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Verve on Cotton Tree

92 Sixth Avenue, Maroochydore QLD 4558
Verve on Cotton Tree offers eight levels of beachside apartments, with spectacular ocean and hinterland views from most apartment levels. Offering open plan living with outstanding design and functionality. There are one bedroom units, and four different two bedroom unit types available. Verve has a beautiful outdoor living area with a pool, hot spa and a barbecue area for all to use. Beach access is 100 metres away, with plenty of shops restaurants and cafes within walking distance. Great for family holidays with media rooms in one of the two bedroom apartments. One bedroom apartments are great for a couples retreat or people travelling for business. All units are fully self-contained, with full kitchen and full laundry washing facilities. Free fast wi-fi and secure free parking is included....

Premier Golf Adventures

278 Lake Cooroibah Road, Cooroibah QLD 4565
Premier Golf Adventures are the complete golf package specialists, based in Queensland, Australia. Jamie Priestley and Michael Car can organise your complete golfing package on the Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Brisbane or Thailand. Packages include accommodation, personalised airport and golf transfers in air conditioned buses, golf course bookings, motorised carts, reserved tee times and storage of golf clubs during your holiday. Premier Golf can accommodate groups of all sizes and guarantee their excellent service will ensure that you have a great golfing holiday. Premier Golf also cater for self drive packages for groups and individuals, at discounted rates at each golf course on the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast or Brisbane. The discounted rates are available on a daily basis for all self drive golfers, which is much cheaper than booking directly with each golf course. Check their web site for great golf packages in Thailand....

Maleny Cheese

1 Clifford Street, Balmoral Ridge QLD 4552
Maleny Cheese is a destination food attraction, positioned in a unique Australian dairy region, showcasing and selling products made on site. This educational food tourism experience, allows guests to try before they buy, the delicious range of products. On weekdays, visitors have the opportunity to see first hand how products are made, through the viewing windows of the cafe, which overlooks the factory floor. Guests are also able to enjoy a coffee or light lunch during their visit, before continuing their day exploring what the local area has to offer. Located in the hinterland plateau of the 'naturally refreshing' Sunshine Coast, the lush green landscape entices visitors to slow down, savour, and spend awhile. Maleny Cheese is positioned on the famed scenic route to Montville and Mapleton townships, and is home to the unique 'Cheese Wedge' sign and iconic giant 'Milk Can'. Maleny Cheese is passionate about supporting and sourcing local produce and goods. Sustaining the areas historical dairying heritage, further strengthens the food tourism experience visitors receive. Maleny Cheese is a Queensland dairy processor and tourism operator of excellence, who invite you to come and taste the flavours of Europe. ...

Pick Me Up Airport Transfers

5 Summerfield Court, Bli Bli QLD 4560
Pick Me Up Airport Transfers provide inexpensive, exclusive, door to door, transfers between the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane. Sit back, relax and let them do the driving. Travel in comfort in their air-conditioned vehicle which is fitted out with your comfort in mind. Carrying up seven passengers, they cater for families, groups or business travellers. Complimentary bottled water. There are baby and child seats also available at no extra charge. They are also available for private group transfers....

Currimundi

Buderim Street, Currimundi QLD 4551
Currimundi is located on the northern boundary of the Caloundra area of the Sunshine Coast. It was named by Sir Leslie Wilson, using the local aboriginal name for the area, Garrimundi or Girrimundi, meaning 'Place of flying foxes'. Winner of "Queensland's Cleanest Beach" award in 2004, Currimundi is certainly a gem in the crown of glorious beach areas in the Sunshine Coast region. Doubly blessed with a natural lake connected to a long and unspoilt stretch of beautiful surf beach, it is the place to relax for a few hours or stay a little longer. Kids and adults alike love the lake's large expanse of water for swimming and frolicking on the sandy shores. The lake and beachfront have extensive parks and walkways for the public to enjoy before or after a swim in the surf or the calm waters of the lake. The lake is perfect for canoeing, kayaking and just paddling about. Try fishing from the shore or in a small motorised boat. On the northern shore of Lake Currimundi is an area protected from development that showcases the natural beauty of the area. The Currimundi Lake Conservation Park is an unspoilt area of coastline and wallum heath. Check out the native wildflowers in early Spring. Enjoy picnicking, birdwatching and studying nature, taking long bushwalks and admiring the views from the lookout. People in wheelchairs can use the first 130 metres of the walking track to the lake lookout....

Caloundra Jet Ski

Lot 575 Lamerough Parade, Golden Beach QLD 4551

Landsborough Museum

4 Maleny Street, Landsborough QLD 4550
The original Landsborough Shire Council Chambers were designed in 1924 by renowned architect Walter Carey Voller and built from local timbers by A.E. Round in 1988 using funding from the Bicentenary. The old building was revamped and a new building of mud brick construction was added. The complex was re-opened on Australia Day 1988, by J.L. Beausang last chairman of Landsborough Shire and first mayor of Caloundra City as the Landsborough Museum. At its meeting on 25 June 1999, the Heritage Council resolved to enter the 'former Landsborough Shire Council Chambers' in the Queensland Heritage Register. Its mission is to collect, research, conserve, interpret and exhibit the artefacts, memorabilia, documents, photographs and stories of indigenous and non-indigenous peoples whose heritage can be linked to that region, known in the year 2000, as Caloundra City....