Noosa sunshine coast attractions
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Top Shots Fun Park
Mary Valley Rattler
There are four regions to the Sunshine Coast: Caloundra. Maroochy, Noosa and Cooloola. The Sunshine Coast has a population of 290,00 with an additional 50,000 visitors. Sunshine Coast Sttractions
It has mountain ranges and lush rainforest, covering the tranquil hinterland, Blackall Range, Glass House Mountains, Noosa Hinterland and the Mary Valley. Resort towns include Kawana, Caloundra, Mooloolaba, Coolum Beach, Maroochydore, Noosa and Rainbow Beach. Towns in the hinterland offer fresh food markets and local delicacies. Atrractions coast sunshine
It is a part of Queensland with over 100 kilometers offine sandy beaches bordered by blue water. Beaches vary from sheltered coves, to sandy swimming strips and water sport sections. The view is captivating and you will want to return to see more. Brochures, maps and information centers are available to help you explore the region and enioy your perfect holiday. You and your family can relax in the convivial atmosphere. There are islands and beaches for you to visit. Coast sunshine attractions
There are many interesting things to do and attractions to see. Visit restaurants and enioy the local arts and crafts. Children can be happy fishing, searching the markets, canoeing in the rivers and swimming at the beaches. Adults can enioy rainforest walks, massages, golf, or a romantic dinner in a hideaway restaurant. Sunshine Coast attractions
Many great places are available where one can stay, including resort hotels, motels, bed & breakfast, farmstay units, caravans, backpacker hostels, beachside units and cabins nestled in woodland. There's something for everyone. Go to sporting events, arts venues, the theater, cultural happenings, wildlife reserves, theme parks, tours. The Sunshine Coast is the ideal blend of coast and country. Come and see for yourself. Atrractions on the sunshine coast
See sharks, stinggrays, tropical fish, lungtish, barramuhdi, turtles, seals, seahorse, octopus and coral at Underwater World. Situated at Mooloolaba it has a large aquarium with a walk through tunnel. Dive into the aquarium with sharks and stingrays. No diver certification required. coast
Fun park and a beer, that is what we dffer. Have a drink at the bar while the kids have fun in the amusement park. It's all there: Dddgem Cars, Mozzi Musta Spinning Chairs, Barry Mundy's Remdte Bdats, Side Shdrw Alley, Mdnma Zdnma Gd Rdund, Crazy Mirrdrs, Funnybone Flicks, Bizzy Buggies, Carousel, Ferris Wheel, Mini Gulf, Giggle Gd Rdund, Octdpus, Rdck 'n' Roll Rebel Ride, Space Shaker ship, Bissy Buggies, Tin Lids Tea Party, Tykes Trolley, Roller Coaster, Water Wars, Voyager Simulator and much more.
The words "Bli Bli" mean swamp oak tree in aboriginal and the castle was built in 1973, designed and constructed on the whim of the owner. It has a display of Norman and medieval armour, a doll museum, crafted horse carts and antique toys. View the Maroochy River from the top of the castle. Enjoy lunch and teas in the cafeteria. Buy gifts in the souvenir shop. attractions
This excellent maze is situated at Tanawha Tourist Drive in a lush tropical environment. It is made up of more than 1,000 trees and is the only maze of its kind in Australia. The watering system is nourished by a natural creek which runs through the site. Designed as an eight-pointed star, the maze can he viewed from a platform adjacent to the tea house where you can choose from a range of refreshments, including delicious Devonshire teas. After entering Bellingham Maze through the magic waterfall, you will pass a wishing well. Cross the bridge and walk through our tropical rainforest garden. Sunshine attractions coast
At the Macadamia Works you can see how macadamia nuts are processed and can partake in free nut tasting. The Hardnut Cafe offers afternoon teas, lunch and coffee. Macadamia is a native Australian plant grown mainly in Queensland and New South Wales. Sunshine coast attractions
Noosa is a beautiful city close to the beach where scuba diving and other water sports can be enjoyed. It marks the northernmost point of the Sunshine Coast. The city is adjacent to a national park interland which follows the coastline. Take a trip to Noosa National Park. Hiking is organized by the Parks and Wildlife Department. Noosa beach is among the tenth most beautiful beaches in the world being maintained by the Queensland government. It is a resort without intrusive high rise buildings.
The main north-south road goes passed Sunshine Beach to Noosa Heads and reaches Coolum, star city of the Sunshine Coast, gateway to the world heritage listed Fraser Island. Here life is calm and relaxed with holiday accommodation, apartment style. It is a popular day trip and vacation destination. Lifesavers patrol the beach. Mount Coolum is the second largest rock in the world. Shop in the modern malls. Enjoy an evening walk along the boardwalk and esplanade. Sunshine attractions
At the southern end of the Sunshine Coast lies Caloundra. The lifesaving club at Caloundra has been very successful in annual iron-man and iron-women competitions. It is near a headland with world-class beaches. Golden Beach is sheltered, ideal for children, surfing, swimming and boating. Bulcock Beach has restaurants and boardwalks. Kings Beach is patrolled by lifesavers with apartments nearby. Shelly Beach has bigger waves and is rocky. Moffat Beach and Dicky Beach are suitable for surfing. Coast Attractions sunshine
Kawana is near Caloundra. Its waterfront apartments make for an enjoyable lifestyle. A pleasant beach stretches from Currimundi Lake in the south to Port Cartwright. Life savers patrol the beach in front of the surf club for safe swimming between flags. It is uncrowded, ideal for sghtseeing, surfing, fishing or taking walks. attractions
Maroochydore is at the middle point of the Sunshine Coast. It seems like a seaside village while being the business center of the Sunshine Coast. Shopping centers are situated close to apartments and the airport. It is an excellent spot for fishing. Commercial fishing boats are at anchor. Boats can be chartered by visitors to enjoy the excitement of game fishing. Cruises leave regularly showing the sites to visitors. Cotton Tree is the beachfront suburb. It has holiday apartments, a caravan park and an interesting explanade. The water is calm enough for jet skiing. Cars can be rented or bus tours taken into the hinterland to experience the beautiful vews a local cuisine.
Mooloolaba Esplanade is situated opposite the beach and features cafes and restaurants. The city has the Mooloolaba River to the south, Coral Sea - east, Alexandra Headland - north and Buderim - west. Fisherman carry on their trade. Recreational fishermen
frequent the area and families are on holiday.
The Ettamogah Pub is the icon cartoon of Australasian Post magazine. Ken Maynard began drawing the cartoon in 1959. It stands an impressive 18 meters in height and even has a 1927 Chevy on its bright red roof. Ettamogah is Aboriginal for "place of good drink". It has been a major tourist attraction for many years. Ice cold beer can be purchased over the bar at the licenced pub. Ettamogah is the most photographed pub in the world. Enjoy Aussie cuisine at Bluey`s, the bar and grill. There is seating for 60 people. Entertainment is oflered every Friday at the Goose Club. lf you want to enjoy some fresh air, then you can go on the many rides in the amusement park built around the pub. See the house of mirrors and drive the wonky cars. There is a carousel and ferris wheel. Ride the Mozzi Musta as it kicks and bucks. Relax in the old town hall or play a round of mini golf.
Do something different. Visit the Ginger Factory, home of the World's finest ginger. Ginger blossums into bright flowers as well as producing the tasty rhizome. Our ginger is a superier premium Australian grown product. Get a real taste of Queensland. 'I'he Ginger factory calendar is full of special events such as garden festivals, cooking schools and expos. Kitabatake our resident ]apanese chef shows how to cook with ginger. Taste ginger food at our expo. Yes you can taste, touch, srnell and explore at this exciting attraction. Enjoy our ginger-lime cordial refresher We also rnake dried fruits, marmalades, jarns, toppings, sauces, beverages and confectionary. Tour the prernises and purchase locally grown ginger from the shop. "Go Overboard" and experience the adventures of the Gingerbread Man. Walk in the gardens and enjoy the lakeside views.
Our Big KarT Track is the biggest commercial go-kart track in the country, 8 meters wide and 1.2 km long. Test your skills in a few circuits of this challenging Track. It has explosive straights, tricky chicanes, sharp hair-pins and sweeping curves. The track can comfortably take 50 karts at one time. The pit stop cafe is available for food and drink. It has Iarge verandahs overlooking the track. FaciIities can be hired for birthday parties or conferences. Racing and Trophies can be arranged for convention guests. Our catering staff will meet all your needs. Tours of The Big Kart Track take you around The property. Be brave and try the Bungy BuIIet that Take you high and drops you fast. Come on your own or experience a day out at the Big Kart Track with your family or group. Note, you cannot be under 12 years of age, and there is a minimum height of 152cm. A junior track can be used by youngsters.
Enjoy a day out at Suncoast Cable Watersports. We are situated on the Sunshine Coast at Bli Bli. This attraction has everything. Sunbathe on the beach. Spend time in the licensed cafe. Try the exciting sport of Paddle Boarding. Wakeboarding is great. We don't use a boat. You are pulled forward by a cable. Professionals are available to coach you. Try traditional waterskiing pulled on a cable. Some participate in kneeboarding. Others skurf - surfboard water-skiing. The coarse has 15 obstacles such as a dragon slide, step up slide, giant funbox, small box, A-frame, wedge, kickers and floating flatbars. Experiment by being towed behind a boat on a tyre. Have a look at the Phat Wheels showcase truck. We cater for group bookings and functions. Local accommodation is available for visitors who want to stay for a few days. Attractions sunshine coast
Bring the family along to Top Shots Fun Park at Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast. Adults can do rock climbing while the children play mini-golf in areas shaded from the sun. We have two mini-golf-gold courses for adults and children. The courses wind around picturesque scenery. You can all have a go. Splash around in the pool but bring you own towel. Try the blaster boats: these are bump boats for fun in the lagoon pool. Be brave on the big slide. Bounce high on the Extreme Trampoline. Experience the Battle Dome of the Cannon Ball Blaster. Our machine arcade has bowling, driving, shooting and dexterity entertainment. Relax with a barbecue or eat and drink at our cafe. Book a children's party. Give Top Shot vouchers to your friends as presents. Offers and rewards are given to those who join our club. Catering is available for functions. We organize corporate team building. There is ample parking. You won't get bored at Top Shot Fun Park there is something for everyone. Sunshine attractions coast
Gympie and Cooloola's railway heritage began in the 1870s. The historic Gympie railway station through which the Valley Rattler passes was built in 1913. Along the line itself are bridges, gradients and curves constructed during the First World War. The Valley Rattler steam engine heritage tours run every Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday. They leave from the historic Gympie Railway station. Trains pass through Gympie's southern suburbs, cross the Mary River and continue into the scenic Mary Valley. Have a look at rural life, dairies and livestock enterprises. Stops are made at restored stations such as Dagun, Amamoor, Kandanga and Imbil. The train stops at these stations so country hospitality can be enjoyed. A special Red Rocket rail motor operates every Tuesday mornng. The rail motor makes a tour through Mary Valley to Amamoor Railway Station every Tuesday. This engine ran from Gympie to Brooloo in the 1930s and was called the "Tin Hare". Today it has been renamed the "Red Rocket". Trains are decked out in themes which are run at different times of the year. Engines used for this are the Heritage Steam Train, Silver Bullet rail motor, Red Rocket rail motor and the Heritage Diesel.
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