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welcome Welcome to Mother Nature’s playground. Escape the hustle and bustle to a sanctuary of hinterland towns intertwined among mountains, lakes, waterfalls and forests. The air is crisp, the smells are unpolluted, the faces are friendly and the landscape is nothing other than stunning. Whether you are visiting for a special occasion, a restful retreat or a scenic afternoon drive, the Sunshine Coast Hinterland will tantalise your senses and leave you feeling at one with nature. Rich with fertile land, the Hinterland is a haven for farmers to grow the freshest and tastiest produce from pineapples, avocados, ginger,

raw honey, macadamia nuts, dairy and more. Not to mention exquisite drops from local vineyards to accompany a local slab of cheese overlooking the very farm land it was harvested on.

test your mountain bike skills, conquer a mountain, go horse riding, chase waterfalls, play golf or explore one of The Range’s 36 trails ranging from leisurely strolls to strenuous hikes.

Get lost in vibrant markets or indulge in long lunches at The Range’s many cafes, restaurants, clubs and pubs.

Accommodation choice is as wide as the views.

Home to over 500 artists, laze away hours in colourful art galleries with many local pieces displayed and bought by visitors far and wide. Focus on health and beauty and escape to the hilltops for a relaxing day spa or beauty treatment. For the adventurous souls,

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If you would love to experience the wonders of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, flick through this pocket size Hinterland Guide created by proud Sunshine Coast locals. From suggestions only a local would know, discover things to do, places to see, flavours to taste and must-visit attractions. Come for the views, stay for the charm.

15-18 ........................... Montville 19.... Hinterland Swimming Holes

4............................................. Map

20................................... Yandina

6......................................... Kin Kin

21............................. Great Walks

7........................................ Flaxton

22.......................... Market Guide

10-14 .................................Maleny

22-23 ........................ Kenilworth

On The Cover/2019 Audi TT Coupe overlooking the Glass House Mountains by Patrick Woods

Features Sales Manager/Jess Watson For distribution enquiries phone Jess Watson 5430 1029 The Guide to the Sunshine Coast and Noosa Hinterland is published by News Corp in Warwick. Those who make advertising placement and/or supply copy material or editorial submissions to the magazine undertake to ensure that all such material does not infringe the Trade Practices Act or other laws, regulations or statutes. Further to the above-mentioned, these persons agree to indemnify the publisher and/or its agents against any investigations, claims or judgements. All information in this guide was correct at time of print.


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Sunco Motors is a family owned business, servicing the motoring needs of Sunshine Coast residents for over 25 years Ray & Gail Jones have been serving the Sunshine Coast community since 1993, delivering premium quality new and used cars across a diverse range of brands including Holden, Hyundai, Nissan, LDV, MG, Jeep, Chrysler and more recently Audi & Volvo. As a family run business centres around community spirit, Ray and Gail’s daughter, Rebecca Jones in more recent years has teamed up with her father and taken over the reins of the business now working as Dealer Principal. As Sunco Motors readies itself for further growth, it relies on its committed hardworking staff. Many of which have been with the company for over 10 years such as Mike Mulry, who has been a valued member of staff since Sunco Motors first opened its doors 26 years ago.

Throughout the last 26 years, Ray & Gail have seen substantial growth within Sunco Motors. Coming from humble beginnings to now extending its local footprint to 6 dealerships, and after the recent acquisition of Audi & Volvo, nine brands.” “We place a large emphasis on the word “local,” 98 per cent of our business goes to local mums and dads on the Sunshine Coast, and all of our employees are local. It is important that when we give back, we are giving back to our local people, local families and children, and of course our local four paws animal rescue.” As the Sunshine Coast readies itself for the expediential growth in the coming future, Sunco Motors will be expanding and redeveloping their offerings to further support the community throughout that time.



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Kin Kin Home to timber-getters in the late 1870’s, Kin Kin is now a recreational playground, thanks to the town’s proximity to Lake Cootharaba and the Great Sandy National Park. Kin Kin attracts those focused on health, wellness and sustainability due to its organic food as well as the spectacular scenery on offer. The area is also well known for its quality art with many workshops and open art studios. Kin Kin is part of the Noosa Biosphere, the first UNESCO Biosphere in Queensland. The area is home to many eucalyptus forests and rainforests, making

Nearest Information Centre Noosa Visitor Information Centre | Ph 07 5430 5000 a haven for native fauna and a go-to spot for birdwatchers. Nature lovers will also enjoy the Noosa Trail Network. Combining a series of tracks and trails starting in Kin Kin, this outdoor adventure offers mixed terrain for walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders.

EAT It may be a small town, but Kin Kin is renowned for its quality organic produce. From farm to plate, taste the Kin Kin difference.

SHOP Stroll along Main St and discover quality art, eco-friendly products and a variety of organic goods.

Fully Licensed

Situated along The Noosa Country Drive, Kin Kin General Store, home of Black Ant Gourmet provides quality meals in an alfresco country setting.

Unwind and enjoy the delicious seasonal specials, create your own lunch, and Friday night woodfired pizza's. Breakfast 7am - 11am | Lunch 11am - 3pm Friday Night Dinner from 5.30pm Sunday BBQ Buffet 12pm - 3pm with Live Acoustic Music Open 7 Days - Bookings Advised

P: 5485 4177 | 56 Main Street, Kin Kin www.blackantgourmet.com.au 6

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STAY You can camp on the oval behind the Kin Kin Country Life Hotel on Main Street or stay in one of the funky, sustainable B&Bs.

flaxton With a reputation as one of the prettiest destinations on the Blackall Range, Flaxton is the perfect place to pull in for lunch, afternoon tea or even a romantic weekend away. With a bounty of cabins, motels, inns and secret hideaways, travellers of all budgets are spoilt for choice, not to mention spectacular views. Because of its natural beauty and quiet nature, it’s not uncommon to run into a blushing bride as Flaxton is the backdrop to many Hinterland weddings. There is even something for the

Nearest Information Centre Montville Visitor Information Centre | Ph 07 5458 8845 nature-lovers as Kondalilla Falls is located a short five minute drive from Flaxton. The falls are home to over 107 different bird species, making it a favourite spot for bird watchers and photographers alike. The rare Pouched Frog may even make an appearance for those hiking along the beautiful walking track.


SHOP Secluded from the shopping hustle and bustle, visit neighbouring Montville’s locally-made goods to pick up a creative treasure or for some fresh produce, Flaxton is surrounded by many avocado plantations and the farmers often sell their produce on the side of the road.


Pack a picnic and find a quiet spot in one of Flaxton’s beautiful parks or call into one of the French inspired restaurants or charming cafes along Flaxton Dr for a delightful high tea.

Romance and Flaxton go hand-in-hand. With its natural beauty and peaceful surroundings, opt for a B&B or cosy cottage for the ultimate couples retreat.

Celebrate your next event with a Flaxton Gardens High Tea. Perfect for a baby shower, pre-wedding bridal celebrations, birthdays or sharing with friends and family.

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Set in the grounds of Kondalilla Eco Resort, the Kondalilla Restaurant is now open to tempt the taste buds of the casual diner as well as the serious gourmand. Boasting a large dining area, private dining space, bar and al fresco area, with the view towards the Kondalilla National Park, this Restaurant is sure to become a favourite for visitors as well as Sunshine Coast locals. Adding something different to the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Kondalilla Restaurant offers a vegetarian cuisine with a seafood and vegan influence, without sacrificing style and attention to detail, delivering excellence on a plate, the hallmark of the Kondalilla Eco Resort. With a wide range of dining options on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, this point of difference allows Kondalilla Restaurant to make its own mark. Restaurant trading hours: Thursday, Friday and Saturdays from 1.00pm and Sundays from 11am. To make a dinner booking, please contact Kondalilla Eco Resort Reception during office hours: Monday to Sunday – 9.00am to 4.00pm on +61 7 5445 7650 or by selecting Ext 5 for Kondalilla Restaurant.

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Set in amongst 20 acres of magnificent Sunshine Coast Hinterland rainforest, only 1.5 hours drive north of Brisbane city and right next to Kondalilla National Park, a large natural rainforest reserve hosting the famous Kondalilla Falls, this authentic retreat away from city life allows you time to experience nature in a setting abundant with natural bush lands and wildlife. Kondalilla Eco Resort accommodates to everyones needs including couples, singles and families. With six different accommodation types you will find your perfect hideaway. Choose between a Studio, Family Room, Treehouse, Villa, Log Cabin or Chalet. Pricing starts from $158 per night midweek. Stroll down our exit and find yourself at the entrance of Kondalilla Falls National Park. Explore all the beauty that the Falls have to offer, then head back to the stunning natural bush setting that is Kondalilla Eco Resort. Make sure to take a dip in one of the resorts two stunning magnesium salt water pools. Wanting to hold a retreat, workshop or conference? Our Picnic Creek Retreat Space is the perfect platform for your next retreat or workshop. With the resources and services of Kondalilla Eco Resort at your disposal, we offer this calming space for one day events to week-long residential retreats for up to 24 people. Make sure to head over to Kondalilla’s website and check out the accommodation types for yourself. Book today online or phone one of receptions friendly staff.

kondalilla.com | 0754457650 hello@kondalilla.com


Nearest Information Centre Maleny Visitor Information Centre | Ph 07 5499 9033

Whoever says a picture paints a thousand words obviously hasn’t laid eyes on the spectacular views from Maleny, because a view this breathtaking will do just that - take your breath away. Put simply, there are no words nor postcard pictures to do the Maleny Hinterland justice.

award-winning local cheese, ice cream, dairy and other produce farms and factories, wineries, galleries and art and craft stores.

Located 450 metres above sea level, the combination of lush rolling hills and a winding creek provide the ultimate backdrop for a picture perfect outing. No wonder Maleny is one of the most popular wedding destinations in Australia.


The bustling town offers a sophisticated choice of places to eat and drink, an abundance of

From the enchanting scents, fresh flavours, pure air and of course spectacular views, you really must see, feel and taste Maleny’s goodness to believe it.

Bursting with an abundance of fine dining restaurants and charming cafes, Maleny is well known for its fresh, locally grown produce and award-winning dairy. But what is some cheese without a glass of wine? (Or three) The local winery crafts exclusive artisan wines available at the cellar door or online.

SHOP Maleny is home to some of the most creative souls. From beautiful jewellery, enchanting soaps, colourful clothing and unique woodwork, many local craftspeople showcase their creations. Maleny also has a range of holistic wellness gurus. Whether its acupuncture, energy healing or a soothing facial, you will discover a wide scope of wellness options to suit every health need.

STAY Escape to a tranquil haven and stay among the trees in a private cottage, relaxing spa or romantic B&B.

MODERN AWARD WINNING ACCOMMODATION • Your perfect luxury, modern, award-winning, 4.5 star mountain escape. • Hide away in acres of landscaped gardens, unspoilt forest, breathtaking views. • Fully self-contained with everything designed to delight you. • Polished wooden floors, cosy fireplace, spacious deck, candle-lit massaging spa bath, quality furniture and linen, magic sunsets and special treats. • Enhance your stay with gourmet hampers, in-house massage or Romance Package

07 5435 8410 547 Maleny Kenilworth Road Maleny QLD 4552

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Secluded Country Retreat Maleny Country Cottages is set on a lush 60 acre, forested property offering seclusion and tranquillity. Enjoy the Australian bush in our fully self-contained, air-conditioned cottages with private verandah and BBQ facilities. Experience abundant wildlife and bush walking tracks.


A: 347 Corks Pocket Rd, Reesville Q 4552 P: 07 5494-2744 E: info@malenycountrycottages.com.au W: www.malenycountrycottages.com.au






acaranda Cottages is a family and pet friendly rural retreat located in the lush hinterland, just a few minutes north of Maleny.

Choose from a range of accommodation options for small to large gatherings; we have 7 cottages on 6.5 acres for up to 38 guests… including a luxury, 4 bedroom Holiday House sleeping 8 guests with private infinity swimming pool.

Our 6 other cottages vary in size; some cater for couples (for that private romantic getaway) or small families (2 adults 2 children) while other cottages sleep up to 7 guests. ming All cottages are self-contained. Visitors can enjoy year-round swimming in our main heated pool with adjoining thatched gazebo. We offer fabulous accommodation in the beautiful Hinterland at a great price. Jacaranda Cottages 158 Teutoberg Avenue, Witta via Maleny, Sunshine Coast


07 5435 8183


info@jacarandacottages.com.au www.jacarandacottages.com.au



Audi Centre Sunshine Coast

Don’t dream it drive it. Visit Audi Centre Sunshine Coast today. 129 Sugar Road, Maroochydore | Tel. 5452 1000 | audicentresunshinecoast.com.au


Experience the True Meaning of a ‘Super’ Market Escape the everyday to a modern supermarket featuring gorgeous displays of fresh produce meats, cheeses & more with the intrinsic appeal of a traditional country store. Open 6am-9am 7 Days P: 5494 2257 | 26 Maple Street, Maleny www.malenyiga.com.au 14





Nearest Information Centre Montville Visitor Information Centre | Ph 07 5458 8845

Montville’s unpolluted crisp mountain air, sparkling views of the coastline, lake and hinterland and an array of quaint shops, cafes and restaurants continue to draw visitors from near and far.

wine from the local vineyards, to cafes and boutique sweet shops with decadent handmade chocolates or fudge, Montville will please the wine palate and the sweet tooth.

First settled in 1887 under the name of Razorback due to the steep ridge it sits on, Montville today is a happy blend of village charm, exciting shopping, chic cafes and superb art galleries.

SHOP Main St is bursting with arts and

crafts boutiques and health and well-being products.

STAY Montville has a pleasant mix of accommodation and housing, from cottages and designer homes to hobby farms and B&Bs.

Keen cyclists challenge their fitness by pedalling up the ‘zig zag’ razorback.

EAT From fine bistro dining accompanied with a bottle of




Amazing Seafood, Spectacular Views


The ideal venue for any special occasion. Enjoy a Hinterland drive for our full a la carte menu or a delicious light lunch.

The Terrace Seafood Restaurant Ph: 07 5494 3700

OPEN FOR LUNCH AND DINNER Tuesday - Sunday 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - Close Closed Mondays

Cnr Landsborough-Maleny Road & Mountain View Road, Maleny www.terraceofmaleny.com

Castle Glen

Wines | Fortifieds | Liqueurs

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Make Award Winning Castle Glen your destination when visiting beautiful Montville. 100% Queensland handmade preservative-free and chemical-free wines (table, fortified, sparkling) from the Castle Glen Vineyard, multi-award winning liqueurs, world first vegan crème liqueurs – no dairy, no fat, no eggs. Complimentary try before you buy available across our unique range! Opening Hours: 10.00am – 5.00pm, 7 days.

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The Edge Restaurant is the perfect location to catch up for breakfast or over a long lunch with friends or loved ones. Utilizing only the freshest produce, and being fully licensed it’s the perfect recipe for a memorable day out. Fully Licensed Open 7 days 8:30am – 4pm (07) 5442 9344 | Mayfield Building, 127-133 Main St Montville www.theedgerestaurant.net.au Perfectly located on the edge of the escarpment in the heart of Montville you will find The Edge Restaurant and Mayfield Patisserie & Chocolates. Boasting vast panoramic views overlooking the ocean and the lush rolling hills of the hinterland, it’s the perfect place to unwind and soak up some country charm.

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Mayfield Patisserie & Chocolates is the place to be if you want to splurge in something truly indulgent. Treat yourself to a traditional Spanish hot chocolate or designer dessert handcrafted by our inhouse pastry chef. For something a little less sweet try the awardwinning sausage rolls or light lunch options. Open 7 days 9:30am – 4pm


THE BARREL at Clouds Vineyard Maleny Bistro • Boutique Wines • Craft Beer

Discover the reimagined Sunshine Coast Hinterland icon, The Barrel Relax & enjoy tastings of boutique regional wine flights and craft beer paddles Bistro features a creative seasonal menu Group bookings available Ph 5499 9652 787 Landsborough-Maleny Rd, Maleny hello@cloudsretreats.com.au | cloudsretreats.com.au @thebarrelcloudsvineyard OPEN MON | THUR | FRI: 10am – 4pm, SAT & SUN: 9am – 4pm

The Sunny Coast’s best kept Secret...

207 Narrows Road, Montville, Q Australia 4560 Ph: 07 5478 5888 info@secretsonthelake.com.au www.secretsonthelake.com.au



Dining on the Deck

Secrets Dining on the Deck daytime licensed restaurant & ten world-class handcarved treehouses nestled high in the lush rainforest with stunning views of Lake Baroon, magical elevated walkways, exquisite carvings & artistic details. Featured on national TV as “the perfect romantic escape for couples”. At 30 mins from the coast, 40 minutes from Maroochy Airport and just over an hour from Brisbane, this secret is perfect for day trippers & bucketlisters alike! Drop in and find out why... 18

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hinterland swimming holes Beach there, done that? The Sunshine Coast has amazing natural beauty and secret (not-so-secret) swimming holes to enjoy when temperatures start to rise. A word of caution first, do not dive into rock pools, no matter how deep they may seem. Swim with a friend or groups and use caution after heavy rainfall. Finally, do not swim if water is flowing swiftly, especially if spilling into lower pools. Wappa Falls, Yandina

Just outside Yandina, Wappa Falls provides a relaxing place to unwind including a big grassy area for kids and a playground. An easy walk past the dam will bring you to Wappa Falls where there are cool rock pools for swimming and usually loads of wildlife including turtles and birds. Take Nambour-Yandina Road and turn onto Wappa Falls Road. Turn into Wappa Dam (past Wappa Falls Observatory). Booloumba Falls, Conondale

Booloumba Falls (meaning butterfly in Gubbi Gubbi language) is a popular waterhole which spills over multiple rock pools into one large pool at the base. However, it can be a little bit tricky to both find and access: you’ll need a 4WD and some general idea of where you’re headed. Follow Booloumba Creek Road (off Maleny-Kenilworth Road) until it becomes gravel and reaches the Conondale National Park entrance.

each way to the falls. That’s a full day in itself, but if you have time, side track to the old gold mine site and cairn sculpture by Scottish artist Andy Goldsworthy. Kondalilla Falls, Montville

When it’s time to get away from the beach, it’s time to head to Kondalilla Falls just outside Mapleton. Gubbi Gubbi language for ‘rushing water’, the falls produce a unique swimming hole area suitable for the whole family. The Falls circuit will take 2-3 hours to complete and includes over 100 steps so take your time and enjoy the scenery both on the way in and back out. Take Flaxton Drive onto Kondalilla Falls Road and follow for about 2km to the car park. Gardener’s Falls, Maleny

Off Obi Lane South, Gardener’s Falls is an easy 10 minute walk from the carpark, taking you alongside the creek to a waterhole oasis. There’s also a rope swing for the brave. Turn off the Maleny-Landsborough Road about 3km from Maleny town centre. Follow Obi Lane South for 1.5km. Kondalilla Falls, Montville. Tourism and Events Queensland

Drive past all camping and day-use areas until you reach the fourth and final area, where an incline to the left is accompanied by a sign pointing (roughly) to Booloumba Falls. From here it’s another 10 or so kilometres to reach the car park and day-use area. Artists Cascades, Conondale

The little-known Artists Cascades are small cascades which flow into a large rock pool, perfect for hot summer days. From Booloumba Creek day use area, allow plenty of time (plus water, food, hat and sunscreen) for a 5km trek the guide to the sunshine coast and noosa hinteRLand 2020



Nearest Information Centre Yandina Information Centre | Ph 07 5472 7181

Yandina celebrated it’s 150 Years in 2018. A Ginger town, old town, timber town or railway town, whatever you like to call it, Yandina is one of the oldest towns on the Sunshine Coast and it’s oozing with things to see, taste and discover.

and international crowds since it opened over 40 years ago is The Ginger Factory.

This charming little subtropical town is bursting with heritage-listed buildings to take you back in a time warp. A must-visit Yandina treasure dating back to 1889 is the legendary pub. Featuring local music nights, wine tastings during the week and good old fashioned hospitality, the oldest hotel on the Coast is now the newest tourist attraction. Another Yandina attraction which has drawn local, national

For chocolate lovers (so practically everyone) taste your way through handmade confectionery and Australian-owned and harvested macadamia nuts at Nutworks and the Chocolate Factory. When the bellies are full and curiosity kicks in, visit the Historic House Museum and flick through some fascinating old photographs of the region. Or venture off on a scenic drive to Wappa Dam and discover natural swimming holes with a shaded picnic spot accompanied by an abundance of wildlife.

SHOP Explore the old-fashioned stores along the town centre or pick up some fresh local produce at the farmer’s markets every Saturday from 6am at the sports grounds.

EAT Yandina boasts beautiful fertile land for farmers to growing the finest produce including fruit, sugar cane, dairy and ginger. Discover the farm to plate process at one of Yandina’s famous food factories.

STAY Stay in a luxurious cottage set among one of the regions oldest working cattle farms.

The Real Food Experience Today’s modern dining experience is one often defined by choices and dietary requirements. Inspiring our artisan chefs to create a full plant-based and vegan menu as well as many heartier selections to satisfy all – with being gluten, grain & sugar free!

Bookings advised as seating is limited, particularly our garden area M-F: 6:30am - 3pm | S-S: 7am - 2pm

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visit these glorious national parks for a range of walks to suit all ages

GlASS HOuSE MOuNTAINS NATIONAl PArK Getting there: Glass House Mountains National Park is approximately 2km south of Glass House Mountains village. Turn off Steve Irwin Way into Barrs Rd, which meets the car park entrance at Marshs Rd.


CONONdAlE NATIONAl PArK Getting there: Booloumba Creek Rd. 15km south of Kenilworth Township, and about one hour west of Maroochydore.

MT COOrOOrA TuCHEKOI NATIONAl PArK Getting there: Head to Mountain Street, Pomona. Pomona is approx. 18 mins from Noosa.

Getting there: From Obi Obi Rd look out for the signposted turnoff to Mapleton Falls National Park. 52 - 74 Mapleton Falls Rd, Mapleton.

KONdAlIllA NATIONAl PArK Getting there: Kondalilla Falls Rd is situated just down the road from Montville town.

EuMuNdI rEGIONAl PArK Getting there: There are three major access points into the park - Eumundi–Noosa Road gate entrance; Seib Road/Verrierdale Forest Road gate entrance and North Arm–Yandina Creek Road gate entrance.



market guide The Original Eumundi Markets

Pomona Country Markets

Original artworks, sculptures, furniture, handmade toys, homewares, and skincare, fashion and jewellery, fresh fruit and vegetables, breads, cheeses and yogurts. Held every Saturday from 7am to 2pm and Wednesday 8am to 1.30pm at 80 Memorial Dr. Visit www.eumundimarkets.com.au Montville Markets

Locally grown fruit and vegetables, flowers, plants, homemade produce, breads, cakes, organic food, fair trade coffee, natural juices, gardening products. Held the second Saturday of the month, 7.30am–noon, at Village Hall, Main St, Montville. Visit montvillemarket on facebook Maleny Sunday Market

The Maleny Market operates every Sunday from 8am - 2pm in the RSL Hall, Bunya St, Maleny (opposite the Maleny Hotel).

kenilworth Situated in the heart of the Mary Valley, Kenilworth is a picturesque township offering a truly relaxed way of life – just half an hour to the Sunshine Coast’s beaches. The town retains a quaint 1920s-style atmosphere and, for visitors, has several places of interest, including the historical museum, a good range of shops, two art galleries and a cheese, yoghurt and ice-cream factory. Kenilworth State Forest is adjacent to the town and you will often find adventurous folk horse riding, walking or fresh water fishing in the Mary River and Obi Creek. All these facilities, natural wonders as well as the strong sense of 22

Fresh produce, plants and seedlings, herbs, crafts and bric-a-brac. Held on the second and fourth Saturdays, 7am–noon, at Stan Topper Park, Reserve Street, Pomona. Yandina Markets

Plants, local produce, seafood, second-hand items and deli produce. Held every Saturday from 6am–noon at Yandina Sports Grounds, Wonga Park. Find them on Facebook. Noosa Farmers Market

Fresh organic produce, marinades and sauces and skincare products, just-caught seafood, bread, cheeses and coffee. Held every Sunday from 6am–noon at Noosa Aussie Rules Football Club, Weyba Rd, Noosaville. Visit www.noosafarmersmarket.com.au Nearest Information Centre Kenilworth Information Centre | Ph 07 5446 0122

community add to Kenilworth’s charm.

EAT Established 1939, The Kenilworth Hotel offers a friendly relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a drink, a meal and a stayover in a traditional Australian country pub. Located in the heart of town on Elizabeth St, other cafes and eateries have popped up adding to the main street’s country character and charm.

SHOP Kenilworth offers a charming mix of shops from fashion and accessories to a children’s clothing store, library, a chemist and pleasant coffee shops to refuel.


STAY For visitors, the area has a wide variety of options for accommodation from basic camping to luxury retreats. Kenilworth Feta

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Contact Audi Centre Sunshine Coast to book a test drive today. 129 Sugar Road, Maroochydore | Tel. 5452 1000 | audicentresunshinecoast.com.au

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