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Glass House Mountains Holiday Village

778 Glass House Mountains Tourist Dve, Glass House Mountains QLD 4518

The Glasshouse Mountains Holiday Village is a 3.5 star rated holiday accommodation retreat nestled amongst the picturesque Glasshouse Mountains near Beerwah, close to Australia Zoo and the spectacular backdrop of the Sunshine Coast. Come and watch the sun set behind the mountains as you relax and soak up the atmosphere outside your holiday unit accommodation, onsite caravan or camp site.

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Golden Beach Holiday Park

9 Onslow Street, Golden Beach QLD 4551

Welcome to Golden Beach Holiday Park on the Sunshine Coast! The park offers you a perfect opportunity to rest and relax, and is only a short drive to all Sunshine Coast attractions. We are only 50 metres to a safe beach and 3 kms from Caloundra. Caloundra is within an hour’s drive of Brisbane. It's a great place to bring the family. We allow small well controlled dogs onto powered sites.

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Noosa River Holiday Park

4 Russell Street, Noosaville QLD 4566

Noosa River Holiday Park is the only park on the coast to offer double concrete slabs on all of their 92 powered sites - one for the van and the other for the annex. Each site also has plenty of room for a car and a boat and easy access to the beautiful Noosa River.

There are also 43 unpowered tent sites all with prime waterfront positions overlooking the Noosa River. If being close to the water is what you are looking for then this is the ideal park for you.

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Cooroy Motel & Caravan Park

30 Elm St, Cooroy QLD 4563

The Cooroy Motel has been fully renovated and refurbished. The motel accommodation has been given a three and a half star rating, offering exceptional service, well appointed rooms and value for money. It is the perfect destination for a relaxing break for the travelling business person, tourist or holiday maker.

Room Facilities Include;

  • Queen and Single beds, in non smoking units
  • Air Conditioning
  • Tea and Coffee making facilities
  • Refrigerator
  • Remote Control T.V.
  • Undercover parking
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Coolum Beach Holiday Park

David Low Way, Coolum Beach QLD 4573

Coolum Beach Holiday Park caters for all camping options from two-man tents to 5th-wheelers. There are 133 powered caravan sites each with a concrete slab for your annex. There are also 30 powered tent sites perched on top of the dunes with uninterrupted views out to the ocean and direct access to the beach. This offers the perfect camping experience.

There are 71 unpowered tent sites also with easy access to the beach.

This park has large sites and is able to cater for RVs, buses and 5th-wheelers – just contact the park to discuss your needs.

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Twin Lakes Hotel

Bruce Highway, Gympie QLD 4570

Twin Lakes offers motel rooms, 1 and 2 bedroom holiday units, caravan sites & powered sites. Park facilities include Dining Room/Bistro/Restaurant, Swimming Pool, Guest Laundry and Public Phone. Pets by arrangement.

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Nambour Rainforest Holiday Village

557 Nambour Connection Road, Woombye QLD 4559

With over 5 acres in the heart of the Rainforest Clad Hinterland, our Holiday Village is the ideal base of Exploration for the many exciting Natural Treasures on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland.

Whether you're after 3.5 star rating Bungalow Accommodation or wanting to ‘rough it’ in one of our Campsites (with all the comforts of a full motorhome hook-up), we offer a get-away that is just what you’ve been looking for.

  • A park in a Stunning Tranquil Rainforest setting
  • A Haven of Tropical Landscape
  • A Friendly Family environment
  • Close to many World Famous local attractions
  • Dogs allowed on-site, with prior approval
  • Dogs are not permitted inside fixed accomodation
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Mapleton Cabins And Caravan Park

85 Obi-Obi Road, Mapleton QLD 4560

Stay in Mapleton at Mapleton Cabins & Caravan Park offering accommodation for short stays, mid-week specials and weekend getaways. Our cosy self-contained air-conditioned cabins and camp sites are situated in tranquil gardens only minutes from Mapleton's cafes, shops and tavern and the spectacular Mapleton Falls.

  • Relax in the cool summer breezes or the warm rays of winter sun on your spacious deck for breakfast or a pre dinner drink.
  • Enjoy a barbeque in our rainforest picnic area.
  • Visit the gift shops, wineries and cheese makers of picturesque Montville and Maleny.
  • Spend some time in the national park at Kondalilla Falls and Lake Baroon which abound with birds and wildlife along magnificent rainforest walking trails.

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Palmwoods Caravan Park

Cnr Montville & Landershute Roads, Palmwoods QLD 4555

At Palmwoods Caravan we have 4 x 1 bedroom Ensuite Cabins.

that can sleep up to three adults or 2 adults and two children comfortably.

Our cabins are fully self-contained, with all linen and towels provided.

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BIG4 Forest Glen Resort

71 Owen Creek Road, Forest Glen QLD 4556

Big4 Forest Glen Resort is nestled within 48 acres of rainforest and parkland set in the heart of the Sunshine Coast. There are four types of quality accommodation. Drive through powered and ensuite sites, campsites overlooking the rainforest. Facilities include tennis, squash, pool & water slide, games room, playstations, kiosk, internet access, bird feeding, daily movies and a fully licensed restaurant. Nearby attractions include Underwater World, Big Pineapple, Australia Zoo, Superbee & Maze.

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Cotton Tree Holiday Park

Cotton Tree Parade, Cotton Tree QLD 4558

The largest park in the Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks group, this park has 280 powered caravan sites – 23 of them having prime waterfront positions overlooking the banks of the Maroochy River. Each site has a concrete slab for your annex and easy access to the Maroochy River plus Maroochydore Beach.

The park also boasts 93 powered tent sites with great outlooks and stunning positions – set in natural surroundings with nature at your doorstep.

The 29 unpowered tent sites have prime position right on the waterfront looking out to the mouth of the Maroochy River. 10 of these sites front directly onto the river and are snatched up quickly so make sure you ring the park if you would like to secure one of these sites.

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Maroochy River Cabin Village & Caravan Park

1 Diura St, Maroochydore QLD 4558

The Maroochy River Cabin Village and Caravan Park is located in the middle of Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast. Situated close to surf beaches and adjacent to the magnificent Maroochy River, it's the perfect place to stay.

We offer fully self-contained, air-conditioned cabins and larger family units, as well as powered caravan and tent sites in a tropical garden setting.

Laze by the pool or throw a steak on the barbecue, toss a fishing line in the river, take a beautiful sunset walk along the river, or spend several days visiting our major tourist attractions. For the shoppers at heart, a huge shopping plaza is only three kilometres away and offers fantastic shopping, cinemas and restaurants.

Choices are endless in making your holiday memorable on the Sunshine Coast when you stay with Maroochy River Cabin Village and Caravan Park.

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Gympie Caravan Park

1 Jane Street, Gympie QLD 4570

The Gympie Caravan Park is conveniently situated only 800 meters from the town centre. Large drive through sites with powered and unpowered available. Camp kitchen and TV room available for guests. Fully equipped overnight Cabins & Vans with crockery, cutlery etc. and linen service available. Discount weekly rates available

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Dicky Beach Family Holiday Park

1 Beerburrum Street, Dicky Beach QLD 4551

Dicky Beach is a large spacious park with plenty of room for all types of campers including private areas for large groups.

There are 52 powered sites with concrete slabs for your annex of which 12 have prime spot with water views. There is a private path which takes park guests straight down to patrolled beaches plus access to the many walking tracks along the foreshore.

The 56 powered tent sites are ideal for groups travelling together and are located near a very large camp kitchen and amenities block.

Set in the natural bush land at the far end of the park are 53 unpowered tent sites. This quiet bush setting is serene and ideal for groups camping together.

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Mooloolaba Beach Holiday Park

100 Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba QLD 4557

This park consists of two separate sites – one on Parkyn Parade close to shops and restaurants and the other right on Ocean Beach just off the Esplanade.

Parkyn Parade site consists of 84 powered caravan sites with concrete slabs for your annex. Plus there are 25 powered tent sites which back onto the sand dunes and are secure and private. There is direct access to the beach from the park through a secure gate.

Our prime spots off Mooloolaba Esplanade all have uninterrupted views overlooking the beach and bay. This is definitely a caravanner’s paradise and you need to book well in advance to secure one of these spots.

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Noosa North Shore Retreat

Beach Road, Noosa QLD 4567

The Noosa North Shore Retreat is the perfect location for that holiday which you will never forget. Only 20 minutes from Hastings St, with access to a host of amazing activities you can only do here including kayaking on Lake Cooroibah, horse riding, feeding the lorikeets and kookaburras, tennis, bike riding and of course the magnificent and pristine Noosa North Shore Beach which stretches along the coastline.

The Noosa North Shore Retreat has everything you need without the expense. The Great Sandy Bar & Restaurant offers a fabulous menu, providing everything from snacks through to dessert and coffee, pizzas and a kids menu. The restaurant comes alive every Friday and Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon with live entertainment with acts from across Australia. Plus the kids will love the amazing children’s activity centre, which includes a movie room, play station area and the Giant Jumping Pillow!

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Mudjimba Beach Caravan Park

Cottonwood St, Mudjimba QLD 4564

The park offers 67 powered shady caravan sites with a concrete slab for your annex. The sites are quiet and are surrounded by leafy trees and well-manicured lawns.

There are also 56 powered tent/caravan sites without slabs which allow for a more flexible set-up especially when travelling in groups.

There are 29 unpowered tent sites which are larger than the average site so allow for more room to spread out with your camp tables and chairs or your hammock.

Due to the open layout of the park, we are also able to cater for RVs, buses and 5th-wheelers – just call the park to discuss your needs.

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Maroochydore Beach Holiday Park

Melrose Parade, Maroochydore QLD 4558

Camping close to the beach is ideal and exactly what you can expect at Maroochydore Beach Holiday Park. With 84 powered caravan sites which include slabs for your annex, you are able to have direct beach access to the patrolled Maroochydore surf beach.

There are also 17 powered tent sites right next to the sand dunes where you can lay awake at night and listen to the peaceful wash of the waves onto the beach.

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BIG4 Maroochy Palms Holiday Village

319 Bradman Ave, Maroochydore QLD 4558

BIG4 Maroochy Palms Holiday Village on Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast is a multi award winning resort that caters to the holidaymaker, with caravans, camping & luxury villa cabins.

Here you will enjoy the finest in resort facilities and a range of accommodation that is sure to appeal to all tastes!

A haven of landscaped tropical gardens, lake and walkways, a huge swimming pool and the most exciting kids club – even with our own train, the JayJay Express – means couples and parents can relax while kids are easily entertained!

Located in the heart of the Sunshine Coast right on the picturesque Maroochy River, we are close to great fishing, beaches and attractions where you can enjoy peaceful surrounds yet still be close to the Sunshine Coast CBD.

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Crystal Waters Eco Park

65 Kilcoy Lane, Lot 48, Conondale QLD 4552

Nestled among the foothills of the surrounding Bellthorpe Range and Blackall Range, this is the perfect getaway in a clean and secluded natural environment. A wide diversity of wildlife abounds in the tranquil bush setting, providing an exciting nature experience for adults and children alike.

To make the most of your experience at Crystal Waters we recommend a stay at the community. A variety of accommodation styles to suit your preference and budget are available, from bush camping to private retreats.

The Crystal Waters Eco Caravan Park is a great, affordable option for visitors, with camping, bunkhouses and a private cabin.

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Boreen Point Campground

The Esplanade, Boreen Point QLD 4565

The 8 powered sites at this campground all have concrete slabs and are close to the amenity building. The 40 unpowered tent sites are scattered along the foreshore of Lake Cootharaba and are ideal for groups wanting to camp together.

With an abundance of water sports and fishing, Boreen Point campground is the ideal base for sailors and fishermen.

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Lilyponds Holiday Park

26 Warruga Street, Mapleton QLD 4560

Lilyponds Holiday Park offers comfortable, affordable accommodation for everyone visiting the wonderful Sunshine coast hinterland. With a range of modern, self-contained cabins, budget bunk rooms, caravan sites and camping, Lilyponds has an accommodation option for every budget. Situated just 4 km north of Flaxton, and only 13 kilometers inland from the Bruce Highway. Lilyponds Holiday Park is the perfect place to base yourself while you explore the magnificent sunshine coast hinterland and a great place to relax, rejuvenate and unwind.

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