5 Reasons To Visit The Superb Sunshine Coast

5 Reasons To Visit The Superb Sunshine Coast

5 Reasons To Visit The Superb Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast has long been the choice of many as a holiday destination in South East Queensland, being only an hour’s drive north of Brisbane. We all know that it offers beautiful beaches spread along 55 kilometres of coastline and a gorgeous green lush hinterland, but there is so much more to enjoy. Here are 5 reasons to visit the superb Sunshine Coast:

1. Find your own private stretch of Beach

With 36 stunning sun-soaked beaches from Caloundra in the south to Noosa Heads in the north, you’re likely to find one that is relatively uncrowded and untrodden. Try beaches at Mudjimba, Peregian, Yaroomba, Marcus and Castaways Beach. For those of you who prefer the safety and security of a patrolled beach then look no further than Alexandra Headland or Mooloolaba Beach.

2. Lose yourself in the natural beauty and serenity of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland

Take in the stunning views of lush green valleys and magnificent mountains in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Take a day trip and soak in the views, stopping to check out art galleries, farm gates with fresh produce, funky little villages, world-class eateries and wineries. Or hike one of the amazing bush trails, find a waterfall and a rockpool to cool off in, throughout the hinterland. Discover the Glass House Mountains and the country towns of Maleny, Montville, Mapleton, Kenilworth, Yandina and Beerwah.

3. Indulge your tastebuds in Foodies Heaven

The Sunshine Coast has fast become a foodie’s paradise as it is brimming with wonderful farm fresh produce. Follow the food trail on the Sunshine Coast and you will find Cooking Schools, Farmer’s Markets and the iconic Eumundi Markets, fine dining and award winning restaurants, funky cafes, boutique breweries, wineries, cheese and chocolate factories, the Ginger Factory and seafood caught fresh from the trawler.

4. Engage in adrenalin charged activities

You’ll find heaps of adrenalin charged activities both on the water or on dry land on the Sunshine Coast. Water activities include surfing, kayaking, boating, fishing, jet skiing, jet boat rides, whale watching cruises, standup paddle boarding or kite surfing. Land based activities are aplenty with wildlife encounters at Australia Zoo or SEA LIFE Mooloolaba, go karting, skydiving, skirmish or paintball, theme park rides at Aussie World and hiking or climbing. To see more of the amazing array of tours and activities on the Sunshine Coast check out The Mirage Alex Tours & Attractions Page or ask our friendly reception staff to make arrangement for you.

5. Relax and unwind in this beautiful paradise

Say aaah! Kick back, relax and unwind in the serenity of the Sunshine Coast. Pull up a sun lounge, read a book and sip a cocktail. Whatever you need to do to relax! The Sunshine Coast offers stunning coastal scenery where you can perch yourself and just watch the world go by. Sit atop Alexandra Headland or Point Cartwright and see if you can spot a whale (during season) or a playful dolphin. Stroll along the golden shores of the beaches or head inland to Buderim Falls or Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens to immerse in nature. Join the coffee set and find one of the many beachfront cafes to enjoy a coffee and some people watching. Or enjoy an afternoon drink from the balcony of one of the Sunshine Coast’s Surf Clubs located in prime position along the coastline. 

There is no better place to relax and unwind or engage in a fun-filled holiday that on the Sunshine Coast at Alexandra Headland Accommodation at The Mirage Alex. Offering a selection of well-appointed one, two or three bedroom holiday apartments in a luxury 4.5 star resort. BOOK NOW