1. Double Island Point

    Most of the gorgeous spots in Sunshine Coast require you to travel just a little further afield. It is truer for a place like Double Island Point, where the gathering of white sands and crystal clear waters can also be accessed with the help of 4WD. Situated at the Great Sandy National Park, this picturesque headland has stunning views of the nearby Fraser Island and makes up for a perfect day trip.

  2. Noosa National Park

    Undoubtedly, Noosa can be considered as the jewel in the crown of the region of Sunshine Coast. This resort town has become increasingly popular due to its mixture of amazing beach access and fine diners. However, it is also appealing due to the neighbouring Noosa National Park. It is a reserve that is host to a group of surfing and swimming coves, bushwalking tracks and native animals. It is a great place for outdoor activities.

  3. Little Cove

    Even though the Sunshine Coast city is full of beaches, few of them are considered more memorable than others. The Little Cove is one of those places. It is a scenic swimming and surfing spot that is specifically famous among families due to its protected waters.

  4. Noosa Everglades

    It is not only gorgeous beaches in these parts that form the waterways to explore. Undoubtedly, the Noosa Everglades are one of the best places in the city of Sunshine Coast. One of the world’s only two everglade systems, this ecologically diverse destination is known to be stretched about 60 kilometres long. Due to its reflective as well as calm waters, it is nicknamed the “river of mirrors”.

  5. Spirit House

    The Spirit House is always a worthwhile addition to any list of the best places to visit in Sunshine Coast. This Asian-focused eatery is known to be home to a revered cooking school. This restaurant is housed in traditional Thai buildings amidst luscious foliage’s tropical rainforest.

  6. Montville

    beautiful view of a waterfall

    Within the towns that cluster amidst Sunshine Coast Hinterland’s rolling hills settles the historical town known as Montville on the Blackall Range. At the place, you can do things like visit Kondalilla National Park as well as its 90-metre waterfall, visit Flame Hill Vineyard, visit the art galleries, or enjoy your favourite dish at the Long Apron Restaurant.

  7. Maleny Botanic Gardens

    Maleny Botanic Gardens is considered one of the lesser-known yet one of the most beautiful places in Sunshine Coast. Situated in Hinterland’s one of the most famous towns, this exceptional and privately owned garden is known to be spread across 18 acres. It is home to about 700 native as well as exotic birds from around the world.

  8. Mt Ngungun

    Now, it is time to go on an adventure on Mt Ngungun’s top. Due to its height of 253 metres, this place is the sixth tallest of the Glass House Mountains. It is a very famous hike due to its amazing views of Mount Coonowrin, Mount Beerwah, and Mount Tibrogargan from the summit.

  9. Booloumba Creek

    Booloumba Creek is a beautiful yet secluded natural water feature. Located deep within the Conondale National Park, you can expect peace here since this natural wonder is known to be surrounded by boulders and rainforests. To gain access, you will require a 4WD, but all the effort will prove to be worth it.

  10. Kondalilla Falls

    It is true that you will find many options to select from when it comes to waterfalls in the city of Sunshine Coast. However, the most popular of them all is the Kondalilla Falls. It is not easy to get to this place because there are upwards of 100 stairs on the Kondalilla Falls Circuit Walk, which is 4.7 kilometres long. However, once you see the stunning views from the lookout, you will realise that the effort is worth it.