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The Sunshine Coast offers visitors a number of fantastic tourist destinations. The region is home to the beautiful Glass House Mountains, world famous Australia Zoo, Underwater World, Cooloola National Park, and fishing spots, while the hinterland is home to a number of charming mountain towns. There is no shortage of popular beaches along the Sunshine Coast and they include Noosa, Bulcock, Rainbow and more. The area is not too far from Brisbane so make sure you include it in your Australian exploration itinerary.
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Boreen Point Campground can be found at The Esplanade by the bank of Lake Cootharaba within the Noosa Biosphere. Accommodation options include sites for RVs and caravans and camping grounds. Facilities include laundry, camp kitchen, barbecue, and dump point.
Coolum Beach Holiday Park covers ten hectares of beachfront land along David Low Way at Coolum Beach. Facilities at the park include barbecue facilities, a communal kitchen, gas and ice, and laundry. The park offers powered campsites and six villas.
Cotton Tree Holiday Park sits at 13 Cotton Tree Parade, Cotton Tree between the sandy banks of the Maroochy River and Maroochydore Beach. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, gas and ice, laundry, and free WiFi. Accommodation on offer includes both powered and unpowered sites and ten villas including a four-bedroom beach house.
Lilyponds Holiday Park Mapleton is a family owned and managed caravan park located at 26 Warruga Street, Mapleton. Accommodation options powered sites and a campground, while facilities include a barbecue area, playground, free WiFi, laundry, outdoor swimming pool and dump point. It is pet-friendly.
Australia Zoo - Home of the Crocodile Hunter lies in Beerwah. It is an award winning and very popular zoo owned by Terri Irwin, the widow of the Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin. The zoo was first founded by Steve Irwin's parents on 3 June 1970, then named the Beerwah Reptile Park. Steve and Terri's popular documentary series “The Crocodile Hunter” brought more prosperity to the zoo and made it what it is today. Australia Zoo homes wide variety of birds, mammals, plants and reptiles and allows its visitors to pet and feed some animals as well as see live crocodile feedings.
Bicentennial National Trail (BNT) formerly the National Horse Trail is the world’s longest marked walk track that stretches 5,300 kilometres from Cooktown to Healesville. The trail features bush lands, wilderness and mountain areas suitable for bike riders, horse riders and walkers.
Big Pineapple is in Woombye, Sunshine Coast. The site is a popular tourist attraction and working farm that features the 16 metre tall Big Pineapple, an animal farm, a former Macadamia Nut factory and two fun rides namely: the Big Pineapple Nutmobile Ride and the Big Pineapple Train that gives visitors a tour of the whole plantation.
Coolum Beach is a popular beach town within Sunshine Coast. The area’s name means “headless” and was derived from Mount Coolum, which has no peak. Coolum Beach has beautiful parks, esplanade shops and great waves making it ideal for leisure walking, relaxing, surfing and swimming.
UnderWater World is located at Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba. It is one of Sunshine Coast’s award-winning destinations with a collection of animal interactions and shows, tours and collection of thousands of freshwater and marine life.