Surfing in Sunshine Coast
Overview of surfing in Sunshine Coast
Sunshine Coast? Places to stay? The choice is yours compadre. The Sunshine Coast is one of Australias most popular tourist destinations and places to stay is one thing it isn’t short of. Your can choose from campsites and carvan parks, backpackers hostels, self contained and serviced apartments available for long or short term rent, budget hotels, motels and full on luxury 5 star luxury at the top end hotels! Most accommodation is within easy reach of the beach too.
The most popular pad of choice in this region seems to be the mid ranged self contained apartment block style accommodation. This typically comprises of a couple of bedrooms with a living area, washer/dryer and a kitchen for self catering and you can get it serviced or unserviced.
Despite the vast array of digs at your disposal here, it is worth booking in advance during peak season and holiday periods as the accommodation can be as busy as a 3ft day at Noosa Heads.
The Sunshine Coast is a coastal region located in South East Queensland, north of the Queensland capital of Brisbane. It has a population of 290,645 and up to an additional 50,000 in visitors and seasonal workers
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Unlike the Gold Coast, the Sunshine Coast (colloquially the “Sunny Coast”) is not just one destination, but a collection of them, it is defined as the beachside towns to the north of Brisbane.
The region is characterised by beautiful beaches, expansive coastal views and rich fertile soils in the hinterland and a lot of the well renowned beaches are located at Noosa Heads, Alexandra Headland, Mooloolaba, CoolumKings Beach in Caloundra.