Stay in our Buderim accommodation
and relax and unwind in this picturesque township perched at the top of Buderim Mountain. With a population of around 30 000, this charming village is just a short drive from the beautiful beaches of the Sunshine Coast.
The name Buderim comes from a local Aboriginal word, Badderam, for the hairpin honeysuckle which grows in the area. Buderim was settled by Europeans around 140 years ago, with the first permanent settlement established around 1860, with timber gathering being the original industry in the area. The rich soil of the area is perfect for growing many crops, including bananas, citrus fruit, coffee, sugar cane, and ginger, and Buderim Ginger is brand name recognised throughout the world.
Visit the Pioneer Cottage, while staying in our Buderim accommodation, and see displays on local history. Or get more information about the area at the "Old Post Office" Community Information Centre.
Stay in our Buderim accommodation and enjoy all the sun surf and sand of the Sunshine Coast, but retreat to this peaceful village away from the crowds.