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8 Free Activities in Mooloolaba and the Sunshine Coast this June School Holiday

School holidays are great but they can get very expensive, especially when you have more then one child to entertain. Here are a few ideas of what you can see and do in Mooloolaba and the Sunshine Coast that won`t cost you a cent.

  1. Head to Loo with a view on a Wednesday evening and join the Drum Circle and fire twirlers down on the beach. All ages welcome, even the little kiddies can join in with their own drum.
  2. Explore the Maroochy wetlands near Bli Bli. There is a boardwalk through the wet lands where you can see wet and dry eucalypt forests, rainforest, melaleuca forest, casuarina woodland, salt marsh and mangroves. You can watch over 200 species of birds, as well as crabs, butterflies and other wildlife species that make the wetlands their home.
  3. Just along from Mooloolaba’s beautiful sandy patrol beach is some amazing rock pools. Big and small kids love the rock pools and its amazing what they can find and how long this will keep them amused.
  4. During the school holidays there is a petting zoo at Mooloolaba Wharf. Introduce the children to the friendly goats, fluffy chickens and cute lambs.
  5. For the energetic one, take a walk to the Mooloolaba’s rock wall. All you have to do is cross the road in front of the Seaview Resort and join the walking track. You can follow the track along the beach and through the boardwalk and past some play parks or walk on the beach picking up seashells. The round trip is about 5kms. If you get hungry along the way you can stop off at the wharf and get some fresh fish and chips.
  6. Have a BBQ on the beach front. Most people head to the BBQ’s near the surf club but my favorite BBQ area is just past the boardwalk. They are less busy and view is amazing.
  7. Every Saturday from 6.30am there is an all weather market at the The Big Pineapple. There are so many interesting stalls to wonder around and many of the food stalls offer free samples. There is also plenty of space out on the grass for the kids to run around. My favorite thing to do is buy some yummy food from the stalls and sit on the grass and have a picnic.
  8. If you have booked a holiday at the Seaview Resort at Mooloolaba, the kids can borrow tennis rackets for a hit about on the tennis court or borrow a board game reception while you can unwind in the sauna or relax by the heated swimming pool…great facilities at this Mooloolaba Resort.

If you are after a great deal on Mooloolaba Accommodation, then Seaview Resort is offering stay 7 pay for 5 or stay 3 pay for 2. Be quick as this is subject to allocations.  To take advantage of this great deal you can call or friendly staff on 07 5444 3400 or book on line by entering the code promotional code 745 or 342.