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Novotel Twin Waters Resort - Twin Waters Hotels

Novotel Twin Waters Resort

Ocean Drive Sunshine Coast, Twin Waters - Map
"Great hotel to stay with kids"
We stayed here as a family, and the kids loved it, they could swim, ride, jump, paddle and play to their hearts content. The rooms were sufficient with 2 double beds, and a mini fridge, however, the tiled floor gets a bit cold at night with the colder nights.
A Traveller
Direct Hotels - Verve on Cotton Tree - Maroochydore Hotels

Direct Hotels - Verve on Cotton Tree

92 Sixth Avenue, Maroochydore - Map
"Wonderful room and service"
We had a wonderful experience. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was modern and clean. Two minutes walk to the beach or restaurants, what else do you need.
Traveller from brisbane
Verve on Cotton Tree is an eight level beach side residential development offering spectacular ocean and hinterland views …More
Oaks Seaforth Resort - Alexandra Headland Hotels

Oaks Seaforth Resort

98-110 Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland - Map
"Lots of room and so close to the beach"
From the moment we were impressed. Our unit was massive, great cues, the facilities were fantastic and it was close to everything. The each was barely a step away and in the direct local area we found everything we wanted. Clean rooms, all the comforts and stocked with all you need.
A Traveller
Oaks Seaforth is ideally located opposite a patrolled surf beach and close to the Mooloolaba Esplanade and Sunshine Plaza …More
Alex Beach Cabins - Alexandra Headland Hotels

Alex Beach Cabins

21-23 Okinja Road, Alexandra Headland - Map
"Convenient location"
The staff were courteous and helpful. The room was clean and facilities adequate. We were attending a conference nearby and found the location very convenient. We stayed in a cabin which was good value for the price.
Traveller from Brisbane
Mantra Mooloolaba Beach - Mooloolaba Hotels

Mantra Mooloolaba Beach

Cnr Mooloolaba Esplanade & Venning St, Mooloolaba - Map
"Great location and friendly staff."
I was fortunate to have a great room with a view of the pool and the ocean. In addition the staff member at check-in was extremely friendly and helpful.
Traveller from Gold Coast
Viridian Noosa Residences - Noosa Heads Hotels

Viridian Noosa Residences

3 Morwong Drive, Noosa Heads - Map
Mooloolaba Motel - Mooloolaba Hotels

Mooloolaba Motel

46 - 56 Brisbane Road, Mooloolaba - Map
" Handy to beachfront without being too handy ."
Overnighted only but good experience.Quiet and smoking allowed on balcony.Therefor an A in our book !
Traveller from Brisbane
Mooloolaba Motel is a three-star hotel located in Mooloolaba, along Queensland, Australia’s popular Sunshine Coast. This …More
Beach Retreat Coolum - Coolum Beach Hotels

Beach Retreat Coolum

1750 David Low Way, Coolum Beach - Map
Handy to beach and restaurants. Good value for money
A Traveller
Arabella Guesthouse - Buderim Hotels

Arabella Guesthouse

297 MOOLOOLABA ROAD, Buderim - Map
"Delightful guesthouse"
We had a lovely overnight stay and wish it could have been longer. Joe and his team are very helpful and friendly without being intrusive. The continental breakfast was just amazing. Comfortable beds and pillows, just delightful shared areas, great views - and the 'hidden' gem of a reading room upstairs. There is also easy parking, and some dog-friendly rooms on the lower level, which we shall probably use next time we visit - and there'll definitely be a next time.
Traveller from Brisbane
Twin Pines Motel - Mooloolaba Hotels

Twin Pines Motel

36 Brisbane Road, Mooloolaba - Map
"Lovely location, staff and rooms."
easy for booking, good room rates, and service. I would recommend and come again myself.
A Traveller
The Twin Pines Motel is a lovely Sunshine Coast 3 star hotel accommodation in central Mooloolaba. From this beautiful …More

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    Accommodation In Sunshine Coast

    Just north of Brisbane lies a metropolitan area loaded with friendly beach towns, expansive national parks and the most famous zoo in Australia. Sure, it’s the third most-populated area in the state of Queensland, but somehow the Sunshine Coast has remained one the country’s best-kept secrets.

    Want some more inside information? Wotif’s Sunshine Coast hotel deals are perfect for you and the entire family, so book your stay today.

    Plan Your Trip

    Your adventure kicks off when you land at Sunshine Coast Airport (MCY), 13 and 31km from the central business districts of Mooloolaba and Noosa Heads, respectively. Shuttles and taxis are available to get you to and from your hotel. If you’re arriving late at night and want to flop near MCY, check out Wotif’s deals on hotels near Sunshine Coast airport.

    Hungry Like the Wolf

    Hey, you have to eat at some point. Good thing you’re taking a holiday in this region, because the dining selections are top-notch. Head to Noosaville’s Thomas Street and sink your teeth into a wagyu beef burger or throw another shrimp on the barbie at a seafood joint.

    Are you not in the mood for beef patties or crustaceans? No problem; there are plenty of other places along this thoroughfare serving up dishes from all over the world. Japanese food? Check. Italian? Check-check. And don’t forget, many of the Sunshine Coast hotels have restaurants on their premises. If you can’t find a suitable place to grind at here, you’re probably not that hungry.

    Fun with the Family

    If you brought the kiddos along for the journey, that’s great; the Sunshine Coast has heaps of activities for the entire family to take part in. Make your way 34km south of Mooloolaba to the Australia Zoo—yeah, the one made famous by the late, great Steve Irwin. You and the kids can explore the grounds on your own or reserve spots on a VIP tour.

    No zoo visit, however, is complete without experiencing an animal encounter. There aren’t too many places in the world where you can take a wombat for a walk, hand-feed a rhino and hug a koala in one day. If you’d like to sleep as close as possible to the wildlife park (and the wombats), book a stay at one of Wotif’s hotels near Australia Zoo.

    Feeling Adventurous?

    We know you’ve got an adventurous side, or else you wouldn’t be on this trip. So do yourself a favour and head to Noosa National Park. Go for a stroll on one of the walking tracks. As you’re heading to the Hell’s Gate headland, take notice of the koalas relaxing in the dense eucalyptus trees that cover the area. We dare you to find a cuter sight than a mama koala giving her baby a piggy back ride.

    After emerging from the wild (but before retiring back to your accommodation in Sunshine Coast), head to Noosa Main Beach and take a surf lesson. The gentle, rolling swells break over a flat, sandy bottom, providing a perfect arena for beginning surfers (like you, maybe?) to hone their skills. Hang loose, dude.

    Sunshine Coast-Chella

    Be sure to book a stay at one of the hotels in Sunshine Coast during early March if you’d like to attend the Noosa Festival of Surfing. You’ll be able to watch some of the world’s best longboarders walk the nose in the rolling waves of First Point while local bands jam out on the shore—while putting down as many schooners of XXXX Gold as you can.

    If you’re strictly looking for tunes, check out places to stay in Sunshine Coast at the end of September and rock out at the Caloundra Music Festival. There is just something about headbanging that makes you feel alive. Especially when Xavier Rudd & the United Nations are gracing the stage.

    Here Comes the Night

    No matter where your Sunshine Coast accommodation is, you’ll be near fantastic nightlife options. Are you staying in Mooloolaba? If so, make your way down the Mooloolaba Esplanade and belly up to the bar with an ice-cold Victoria Bitter while the sunset paints the sky in shades of pink and purple.

    Maybe you’re staying in Noosa Heads, 43km north of Mooloolaba. If that’s the case, Hastings Street is where you’ll want to be when the sun hides below the horizon. Start out at the Noosa Heads Surf Club and listen to the tall tales of old-timer wave sliders. Then make your way to one of the many pubs in the sand at Noosa Main Beach. When the night is all said and done, your Sunshine Coast hotel will be your best mate.

    Well, we’ve told you where to party, where to eat, where to bring the kids and where to go on an adventure. We even told you about some epic festivals to attend. If this isn’t the best Sunshine Coast travel guide around, we don’t know what is. Our jealously levels are through the roof, because you get to go on this amazing holiday.

    So what are you waiting for? Browse Wotif’s unbelievable offers on Sunshine Coast packages and leave your schedule at home.