Sunshine Coast: a natural paradise in Queensland

Discover the beauty of the Sunny Coast

With a wide variety of national parks and incredible beaches, Sunshine Coast is an ideal place for those who are daydreaming about a day trip or long weekend.

Around 1 hour and a half by car from Brisbane, Sunshine Coast has many attractions and leisure activities for tourists seeking an enjoyable time. Plus, if you are planning to immigrate to Australia, Sunshine Coast is considered a regional area, which means that there are far more opportunities and incentives to immigrants (hospitality is the strongest area in the region). 🇦🇺


Located in the urban center of Maroochydore, Mooloolaba was recently nominated as one of TripAdvisor’s Top Ten Australian Beaches. With clear water and golden sand beaches, outdoor cafes, and restaurants with a view, the location is very popular among international students and tourists. If you want to relax and get some vitamin sea, then you have to visit Mooloolaba.

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The panoramic views and amazing lookouts of the Glass House Mountains National Park is another must-do on the Sunny Coast. With walking tracks that lead you to different perspectives and angles of the mountains, the place is a natural heritage in Queensland. Whether you like climbing or walking, it is a spectacular experience to include on your bucket list. ⛰️

If you want to know more about it, check their website:

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Another famous national park on the Sunny Coast, Noosa is one of the most amazing places in the region. It takes around 3 hours to walk through Noosa National Park but the experience is totally worth it. You can also find diverse fauna and flora along the way. Besides, Noosa Main Beach has a post-card perfect scene and a hectic touristic spot. 🌴

To discover more about this destination, have a look on their website:

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Nothing better than enjoying a sunny day at the beach, right? 🌊

Kings Beach, Golden Beach, and Bulcock Beach are just some examples of the stunning beaches located in Caloundra. The region is famous for its natural beauty and paradisiac beaches. Kayaking, surfing, jet skiing, walking through coastal paths or just laying at the beach, Caloundra is definitely the best option for a relaxing weekend.

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Sunny Coast is waiting for your visit! 😎

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