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Kenilworth Cheese, Wine and Food Festival 2012

April 4, 2012

It is coming up to that time of year again, the Kenilworth Cheese Wine and Food Festival. This is a fantastic day out for the food lovers and/or families.
Kenilworth is a scenic one hour drive from the Seaview Resort in Mooloolaba. The drive takes you through the beautiful quaint towns of Montville or Maleny (depending on your route) and through the picturesque Glass House Mountains of the Hinterland.
Get there early as the Festival kicks off at 7am with Breakfast in the Park followed by a Cheese Rolling Contest at 8.30. If you are going with the family then there is Cheester Egg Hunt at 9.00 am for the kids. There will be live music from 11.00amby Steve Grahams, markets stalls, face painting and cooking demonstrations all day.

Seaview Resort located on the beautiful Sunshine Coast has some amazing rates over the Easter School holidays. Click here to get more information.

Australia Day in Mooloolaba 2012

January 16, 2012


Havaiana 2012 Australia Day Thong Challenge - Mooloolaba

Australia Day in Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast is an event that should not be missed. Mooloolaba is host to one of the most iconic summer events – Havaianas Australia Day Thong Challenge.

Five of the best beaches in Australia go head to head each year to compete for the title of longest human thong chain. This year Mooloolaba Queensland has to try and beat NSW.

Tickets are only $25 with $10 from every ticket going to the locals Nippers club. For more information or to purchase tickets – Please Click Here

Have a relaxing Australia Day Weekend and for great Mooloolaba Accommodation, stay at the Seaview Resort in Mooloolaba. For great rates please call 07 5444 3400 or visit our web site

Whale Watching on the Whale One – Mooloolaba

August 13, 2011

After 4 years in the country we finally decided to book ourselves onto a whale watching cruise. We cruised out to the Whale Highway on the Whale One, which runs up the East Coast. From there we managed to see three pods of  whales, and got within 100m of two of them. I think they where putting a show on for the boat as one whale came right out the sea and broach with a huge splash as 40 tons of whale hit the water. These amazing creatures are breathtaking to see close up.

Whale Watching on the Whale One

During the day we where also  served a nice buffet lunch and the bar was open all day. This is great day out for families and couples.

For more information on Whale Watching and Accommodation Packages PLEASE CLICK HERE

10 Things to do in Mooloolaba and Sunshine Coast for $20 and Under

May 26, 2011

A well earned holiday can be great for the mind body and soul, but not so great for the wallet especially if you are travelling with children.

I love a great bargain, so with this in mind I have put together 10 great activities you can do in Mooloolaba and the surounding area while on holiday at the Seaview Resort.

1. Take a trip to the Nutworks and Chocolate Factory at Yandina. Try their delicious samples and view the chocolates and confectionary being made. Stop in the Hard Nut cafe and try a Macadamia Coffee. COST: FREE ENTRY

2. Go on a 1.5hr Sunset Cruise with Coastal Cruises Mooloolaba. The Pacific Star will take you around the harbour, river and canals so you can view the breathtaking sunset over Mooloolaba. The boat is fully licenced and makes a stop at the Seafood Market to pick up any seafood you would like to order (see the website for menu and prices). COST: Adults $20pp, Children $5pp food and drinks optional.

3. Pack a picinic and head to Maroochy Botanic Gardens. The garden is set amongs 82 hectares of eucalypt and riparian forest with creeks, lagoons, walking tracks, glades, artworks, picinic tables and of course, a myriad of native plants. COST: FREE

4. Pack the kids in the car and head to Aussie World, only a short 20 minute drive from the Seaview Resort this is a great day for the whole family. Grab a full day pass and go on all the rides then have a wander around the many quirky shops. COST: $20pp or $60 four person pass using your voucher from your Indulgence Pack.

5. For another actioned packed family day out head to Top Shots Fun Park. It is free entry so if you just want to relax and watch the kids play you dont even have to pay. The park has 2 mini golf courses and many exciting kiddies rides, video games arcade and cafe. COST: start from $11.90 adults and $7.90 for a round of golf.

6. Pack a BBQ lunch/dinner a head down to Mooloolaba beach. Relax and watch the world pass by. COST: FREE

7.  After your visit to the Nut Works Factory in Yandina why not cross the road and head into the Ginger Factory. It is free entry into the Cafe and many quirky shops. If you want to do the factory tours and train ride they are optional extras.  While you are there you must try their famous Ginger Scones and Coffee for the low price of $5.50. COST: FREE ENTRY

Glass House Mountains

8. There are many beautiful walking tracks in the area. Buderim Forest Park and Serenity Falls is the closest and has beautiful viewing areas and waterfalls to gaze at. Other great areas for walking are the Glass House Mountains, Blackall Ranges, Mount Coolum National Park and Noosa National Park to name just a few. COST: FREE

9. For the best no frills Thai food in Mooloolaba head to Lotus Thai on Brisbane Road. This is a tiny little resaurant with tables on the side walk and BYO everything. You wont get outstanding servce but you will get amazing Thai food very cheap and lots of it. COST: Most mains approx $10-15 inc rice.

10. Make the most of the beautiful weather in Mooloolaba and hire a double Kayak from the Hire Hut located at The Warf. No need to be fit for this as you can stay in the calm canal and look at all canal waterfront properties. If you want a bit more of an adventure you can go up the river and explore the national park. COST: Double Kayak $35 for 2 hours.

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Combine  these great things to see and do with great Mooloolaba accommodation and you have the makings of a sensational Sunshine Coast holiday. For great Mooloolaba Accommodation Specials check out our website   We look forward to seeing you soon at Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast to enjoy great accommodation and fantastic Sunshine Coast things to see and do.

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea at the Ginger Factory on the Sunshine Coast

May 23, 2011


2011 is Cancer Council Queensland’s 50th anniversary and May is Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea time, so there’s never been a better excuse to put the kettle on and take some time out with friends, family or workmates to help in our fight against cancer

Biggest Morning Tea on the Sunshine Coast 2011

If your not planning your own Tea Party why no head to the Buderim Ginger Factory on the Sunshine Coast and join Mark from Mix FM. There will be Lucky Door Prizes, Monster Raffle and a Guest Speaker. Early Birds can enjoy raisin toast and coffee from 7am  and morning tea from 9am – 12 noon with their famous Ginger Scones and Coffee. Every cup counts with a donation from every Scone and Coffee sold and the proceeds of all event activities going to the Cancer Council Queensland.

For more in formation please contact Michelle 07 5447 8434 or Carolyn 07 5447 8447 or email

50 Must Do’s on the Sunshine Coast

May 11, 2011

If you are every wondering what you can do on the Sunshine Coast, wonder no longer. Here is a list of 50 Must Do’s on the Sunshine Coast

Combine any or all of these activities with a stay at the Seaview Resort. Check out our great specials that we offer throughout the year.

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