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Fantastic Ways to Welcome Spring on the Sunshine Coast

Posted in Local Attractions @ Jul 18th 2018 6:16pm - By Administrator
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Savour the fantastic beaches
Welcome spring by heading to the beach! The Sunshine Coast is well-known for its beaches, and there’s many to choose from. Popular choices include Mooloolaba Beach, Maroochydore Beach, Coolum Beach, and Noosa Main Beach. Don’t forget a picnic and surfboard!

Wander through mazes at Bellingham Maze
Bellingham Maze offers unique fun for the whole family in the form of several exciting mazes to wander through. There’s a hedge, tyre maze, wood maze, and lots more. Stretch your legs, enjoy mini golf, and grab a bite at the onsite cafe.

Take your family to Aussie World
Enjoy a wide array of kids’ attractions, rides, and rollercoasters at Aussie World, the largest theme park on the Sunshine Coast. Aussie World is packed with fun for all ages, and it’s an exciting and complete day out for the whole family.

Visit the animals at Wildlife HQ
See over 200 animals this spring at Wildlife HQ, an exciting wildlife attraction at the heart of the Sunshine Coast. It’s a memorable day out for the kids, and offers numerous animal shows and animal attractions to enjoy over one whole day.

Cool off at BLAST Aqua Park
BLAST Aqua Park is located in Coolum, and is a thrilling water park filled with inflatable courses, trampolines, slides, and more in a stunning lagoon. With spring on the horizon, there’s no better way to enjoy the warmer weather than at a water park!

Hike and enjoy the view
The Sunshine Coast is great for hikers and bushwalkers, with popular hiking spots being Mount Coolum and Mount Peregian. These hikes are suitable for those of moderate fitness, and provide breathtaking views along the way to the peak.

Book central Sunshine accommodation for spring at our family-friendly Marcoola resort. For more information please visit



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