Sunshine Coast Overview
Being the third-most populated state of Queensland, Australia, the Sunshine Coast is a semi-urban area situated at the heart of the city. The town has a touch of urban lifestyle with European culture since Europeans were the first to settle in this region. As the name suggests, Sunshine Coast is a beautiful coastal region surrounded by valleys and water bodies while making it an ideal place to hop in during vacations.

Highlights: Sunshine Coast region is guarded by an unbreakable chain of sea beaches which attracts more than 3.2 million visitors every year. The plethora of sunshine falling upon the sun-kissed beaches explains the scenic beauty of this place. This Coast is the home for 5 famous National Parks of Australia, including Mapleton National Park, Kondalilla National Park, The Glass House National Park and so on.

Location: The Sunshine Coast is located at the north of Brisbane, in the Southern east corner of Queensland Australia.
One of the most ideal places to go in Queensland for the action seeking visitors, the Sunshine Coast also provides an escape from the bustling city. Filled with beautiful villages, amazing rural hinterland, and well-known surf spots, the Sunshine Coast is home to Noosa beach and has numerous hip cafes and fashion boutiques on Hastings Street.

You can enjoy surfing, golfing, shopping, and art in Coolum and Eumundi while experiencing the culture of the region in Maroochydore. You can also enjoy the festivals held here such as the Noosa Festival of Surfing, Velothon Sunshine Coast, The Curated Plate, and Noosa Eat and Drink Festival.

Highlight of the place:
 renowned surf spots, thriving food scene, vast beaches

 Southern Queensland, Australia
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