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The bright and beautiful Sunshine Coast

With its golden sand, sparkling blue water, lush rainforests, and huge range of attractions, it’s easy to fall in love with the Sunshine Coast. Property is now in very high demand within the area and Pink Conveyancing are can assist with Sunshine Coast conveyancing.

Once known as a quiet summer escape, the Sunshine Coast is now one of the fastest growing regions in Australia and is heaving with opportunities and delights. With a grounded, authentic vibe, the Sunshine Coast is less commercial than the Gold Coast but still offers that distinct blend of relaxed, natural living with all the creature comforts of a city. 

Around 350,000 residents enjoy some of the country’s finest natural attractions alongside award-winning restaurants, world-class tourist attractions and boutique shopping on the beautiful Sunshine Coast.


Located an hour’s drive north of Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast stretches across 60 kilometres of coastline from Caloundra to Tewantin. Further inland, you’ll find hinterland towns like Nambour, Gympie and Eumundi which have distinct personalities and attractions of their own.

Popular holiday spots such as Maroochydore and Coolum gained their names from the indigenous Gubbi Gubbi and Wakka Wakka people. The Dreamtime legend tells of a love story between a beautiful girl Maroochy and young warrior Coolum.

Beaches and Waterways

The Sunshine Coast is characterised by long unbroken beach stretches. It’s a haven for surfers and beach goers alike. Some of the most popular beaches being Sunshine Beach and Peregian Beach in Noosa, Marcoola in Maroochydore, and Shelly Beach in Caloundra.

Whale watching is popular and swimming with the majestic humpback whales is an exhilarating experience offered by Sunreef Mooloolaba. Snorkelling and scuba diving are also available, with one of Australia’s best dive sites being the Ex-HMAS Brisbane Conservation Park and artificial reef off the coast of Mooloolaba. 

Kayak enthusiasts will love to explore the Noosa Everglades, which is a unique sanctuary for birdlife featuring mirror-like water and ancient tea tree forests.

Headland Onshore in the Sunshine Coast


For the curious-minded, explore Queensland Museum and Sciencentre, featuring science, cultural and natural exhibitions specific to Queensland. Located in front of Brisbane City HallKing George Square is also worth a visit, as a premier public space which hosts a range of markets and events each year.

Brisbane’s most iconic bridge, the Story Bridge, is a heritage listed structure offering Adventure Climbs for game participants. Architecture fans will enjoy to St John’s Cathedral to see the striking neo-gothic structure which is the only stone-vaulted church in the southern hemisphere.


There are more national parks in the Sunshine Coast than in any other region in Queensland. 

Perhaps the most iconic natural attraction is the ancient volcanic peaks of the Glasshouse Mountains. Home to walking tracks and astonishing lookouts, the Glasshouse Mountains makes a perfect day trip or weekend getaway.

Change up the landscape with sand dunes, mangrove forests and freshwater lakes at Great Sandy National Park. Other notable parks include Mapleton Falls National Park, Kondalilla National Park, Noosa National Park or take a scenic drive through the Blackall Ranges.


Australia Zoo is home to not only an extraordinary array of Australian animals and infamous crocodiles, but also wildlife from the African Savannah and South-East Asia. For an underwater experience without getting wet, explore coral reef, shark and wetland environments at Sealife Sunshine Coast Aquarium.

Discover historical towns such as Beerwah, Eudlo and Flaxton where you can enjoy history along with Devonshire teas, orchards and arts and crafts. Other attractions include Queensland Air Museum and Aussie World. Foodies will enjoy the Ginger Factory and of course, the iconic Big Pineapple.

Arts and Events

The calibre of performances at The Events Centre in Caloundra may surprise you, with a program of exciting touring and local productions across theatre, music and dance. It’s also a world-class conference centre. For something different, visit the Majestic Theatre in Pomona, which is a community event centre and the world’s longest running silent film theatre. 

Art lovers can enjoy Caloundra Regional Gallery with a range of exhibitions exploring the culture of the region. The Sunshine Coast is also home to a thriving art trail with unique galleries and studios showcasing local artists.

Dining and Nightlife

With a range of award-winning restaurants and boutique cafes, perhaps the most enticing thing for foodies is the plethora of locally sourced produce. Enjoy fresh seafood and local fruits, coffee, wine and craft beer, all locally made. Trip Advisor rates the top five restaurants as Bella Venezia, Marrakech, Pum’s Kitchen, Noosa Cruiser and Little Humid Restaurant. 

Dining on the Sunshine Coast
Exquisite Dining


Visit Australia’s largest markets! Eumundi Markets offer artisan products that are locally made, baked, sewn or grown. For the ultimate in stylish boutique shopping, Hastings Street offers a premium shopping experience. Other popular centres include Sunshine Plaza, Noosa Village Shopping Centre and Kawana Shoppingworld.


Historically, the Sunshine Coast was largely dependent on farming. It was known for its sugar cane, fruit (especially pineapples) and dairy production. But with the rapid growth of tourism as the major economic driver for the region, farming business has largely been replaced with retail, catering and tourism.

The region is experiencing strength in a variety of industries ranging from finance, healthcare, education and business services. The Sunshine Coast has coastal hubs at Caloundra, Maroochydore, Kawana Waters and Noosa Heads. Hinterland commercial centres have been developed at Nambour and Maleny.


The Sunshine Coast offers a range of state and private education across primary and secondary schools in central locations. For higher education, University of the Sunshine Coast offers a wide range of educational pathways as does the local TAFE.


Brisbane’s transport system centres around its large rail, bus and ferry networks. Brisbane Airport is the third busiest Australian airport, with both International and Domestic terminals. The Port of Brisbane is the endpoint of the main shipping channel in the area and is the third busiest port in the country. Brisbane is also home to two cruise ship terminals.


The Sunshine Coast Hospital services the region with support from a range of healthcare services throughout the suburbs.


Growth and demand for housing on the Sunshine Coast has risen rapidly since the pandemic,. Many choosing to relocate to the stunning, family friendly location for wellbeing reasons and remote working options. This growth is set to continue, with anticipated migration averaging more than 8000 people per year over the next fifteen years.

If you’re looking at properties on the Sunshine Coast, the region encompasses the coastal cities and towns of Caloundra, Mooloolaba, Maroochydore, Marcoola, Coolum, Sunshine Beach, Noosa Heads and Rainbow Beach. Hinterland and inland locations include Gympie, Eumundi, Yandina, Nambour, Mapleton, Montville and Melany. 

Considering buying or selling on the Sunshine Coast?

Have you found your dream home or investment property on the Sunshine Coast? Let us help you make it yours. If you’re looking to sell your property, we can also assist. Our experienced team of Property Solicitors can walk you through the Sunshine Coast conveyancing process so you feel in control every step of the way. Contact us to see how we can help.