A Sunshine Coast Summer Holiday

Posted in Location & Attractions @ Dec 16th 2019 4:37pm - By Administrator
Summer Photo By Ylanite Koppens From Pexels

What’s so special about the Sunshine Coast that has visitors coming back year after year to spend their summer holidays here? Is it the laid back coastal vibes, the national parks, sandy pristine beaches, or the surf culture? How about the picture perfect sunny days and family friendly events and attractions. It might just be all of the above, but here are just a few of our favourite things about the Sunshine Coast.

The locals

Friendly, outdoor loving, adventurous, and cruisy. The Sunshine Coast locals are their own breed, and with so many beautiful sunny days and some of the best surf spots in Queensland for beginners and professionals alike, there’s just nothing quite like the warm and friendly vibes you get from chatting with the locals along the coast.

Something for everyone

It really doesn’t matter what kind of holiday you are looking to enjoy, whether it’s laid back and plenty of rest, or action packed and enjoying every minute of high energy local events and attractions, the Sunshine Coast has so much to offer to visitors that you will be sure to find what you are looking for a craft an itinerary perfectly matched to your personality.

Experiencing nature

If exploring nature is right up your alley, you can take your pick from beautiful mountain tracks, coastal hikes, and rainforests in the national parks. The Glass House Mountains are a favourite, the Noosa National Park is just breathtaking, and Mount Emu is just a short stroll from Peregian Beach.

Get a little wild

Animal enthusiasts of all ages will love the Sunshine Coast. The most well known attraction is of course Australia Zoo known as the “Home of the Crocodile Hunter”, which is guaranteed to delight with an array of incredible native wildlife you can view, interact with, and photograph. There is also international wildlife that will leave you gasping in wonder at their majestic beauty and marvelling at their natural instincts and behaviours. You can see tigers, rhinos, giraffes, and there are even Sumatran elephants that will be arriving in 2020, expected around Easter if anyone is planning a Sunshine Coast visit around this time!

SeaLife Sunshine Coast is another brilliant spot to visit, and is the largest aquarium and oceanarium in Queensland. There are hundreds of species and thousands of marine animals spread out over 11 interactive zones that the kids will just adore, and 4 stories of fun to explore.

No matter how you choose to make the most of a Sunshine Coast stay, you’ll love having Peregian Beach as your home base. Just minutes from Noosa, this sleepy coastal village gives you the idyllic beachside location you have been looking for with easy access to great Sunshine Coast attractions. Check out our holiday apartments here.



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