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10 Great Reasons to Visit Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast

1.   Its easy to get to Mooloolaba either by road or air. Its is only one hour and half north of Brisbane and twenty minutes from Sunshine Coast airport

 2.   Mooloolaba has Incredibly Beautiful Beaches which are patrolled. This makes them ideal for families with young children as well as the keen surfer.

 3.   Countless attractions to visit in the area. Besides the obvious Australia Zoo, Underwater World and Aussie World we have The Big Pineapple, The Ginger Factor, Bli Bli Castle, Top Shot Fun Park, Bellingham Maze, dive the EX HMAS Brisbane. The list goes on.

 4.   Mooloolaba is famous for its delicious Mooloolaba Prawns, however it doesn’t stop there. The fishing trawlers come in every morning and supply the fish restaurants on wharf with fresh seafood.

 5.   Take a Romantic Getaway. You can either lock yourself away for a few days or you can venture out and explore the beautiful surrounding country side. Take a trip up to Montville and Maleny and discover the boutique shops restaurants, winery’s and cheese factory in the area.

 6.   Mooloolaba and the surrounding Sunshine Coast has many high standard Golf Courses. To start with we have the Hyatt Regency Coolum PGA course, as well as Noosa Springs Golf Club, Peregian Springs Golf Club, Twin Waters Golf Club, Horton Park, Caloundra Golf Club. Again the list goes on.

7.   Eating out in Mooloolaba is a culinary adventure. There is something for everyone and all budgets. At the cheaper end we have Browns famous fish and chips or Thai Seasons which has been serving ridiculously cheap Thai food for years. In the mid range you could choose Karma Waters which serves faultless breakfast, lunch and dinners, or Cracked Pepper. If you fancy splashing out and love seafood and steak you can not go past M at Mooloolaba. Their seafood platters are to die for. Unlike many seafood platters there is nothing that looks like it came from the fish and chip shop round the corner!

 8.   There are several Local Markets in the area. The largest and most famous is the Eumundi Markets held on a Wednesday and Saturday. Also in the area is Beerwah Village Craft Market, Coolum Market, Yandina Makers Market, Maleny Art Craft & Collectables, Cotton Tree Market just to name a few!

 9.   Mooloolaba triathlon held in the last weekend of March. This event brings 1000s of people to the area each year and includes the Male and female elites, groups, Asics Twilight Run, Australian Power and Gas Ocean Swim and Superkidz Trialthlon.

 10. Last but not least, staying at the Seaview Resort. You can sit back and relax on your lovely balcony looking out to sea or you can either walk or take a short drive to everything that has been mentioned above. Click here to see what our past guests say about the Seaview Resort Mooloolaba.