Sunshine Coast

The Gold Coast may have grabbed all the glitter, but Queensland’s Sunshine Coast has a natural beauty and easy style that’s impossible to resist.

Stretching from Caloundra to the coastal dunes of Great Sandy National Park, the Sunshine Coast has got beachfront beauty down to a fine art. Stop off at little villages along the coast and experience seafood caught fresh daily. Noosa is a popular spot for shopping and exploring markets, while Maroochydore wears the crown of cultural capital. Hit up secret surf spots along the coast or head west into the ruggedly beautiful hinterland.

Frequently Asked Questions about Sunshine Coast

What to do with kids in the Sunshine Coast?

Travelling to the Sunny Coast with the family in tow? Hike the many trails of Noosa National Park. And keep your eyes open and cameras at the ready, because this place is loaded with cute koalas.

Where is Sunshine Coast racecourse?

The Sunshine Coast racecourse, also known as the Sunshine Coast Turf Club, is located at 170 Pierce Avenue, Caloundra. Try to time your trip to coincide with the Pool Pro Queensland Cup or the Pump House Caloundra Cup (both in July) and try your luck.

Where is Sunshine Coast Stadium?

The Sunshine Coast Stadium is located at 31 Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina. Built in 2011 and expanded in 2017, it's a multi-sport facility that hosts everything from footy matches to concerts. The stadium also has a 30kw solar power system on the roof, making it one of the most sustainable venues in the country.