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Get to know more about Explore the Sunshine Coast Live Work Play

Our Passion We have a passion to connect locals and newcomers with local businesses and build the Sunshine Coast region as a destination to LIVE-WORK-PLAY.

LIVE – WORK – PLAY – We live and breathe this motto everyday!

Want to know more … Explore the Sunshine Coast is a truly unique media platform dedicated to showcasing the best the Sunshine Coast has to offer. • On our “Explore the Sunshine Coast website“ we use video as our primary media outlet. • In this printed “Explore the Sunshine Coast” magazine we offer editorial space, display ads and deals from businesses. The printed magazine is placed in sign written magazine stands in shopping centres, IGA stores and other prominent locations. • Our “Digital Guide to the Sunshine Coast” is a downloadable pdf document that is easy to read and use. It has opening hours, price guides and contact details that you can use as a reference tool while you Explore the Sunshine Coast. You can save it as a Home Screen app on your mobile phone. • Lastly, our “Business Directory”. The Business Directory enables ALL business owners across South East Queensland to upload their business details for an affordable annual fee. You can include unlimited articles, photos and important information like your brochure, website and social links. Our website is for locals and newcomers to our region.

We hope our multimedia platform(s) entice more consumers to support regional business owners and create jobs for our future generations. This strengthens our valuable economy which drives growth in the region. Our “LIVE – WORK – PLAY” motto encapsulates this sentiment. We truly believe that the Sunshine Coast is one, if not, the best place in the world to live and visit.

Our Platform Our multimedia platforms ensure that consumers engage in a manner that suits them. By connecting with amazing activity providers, the accommodation industry, restaurants and much more you are contributing and supporting local businesses on the Sunshine Coast.

About Us Our family have lived on the Sunshine Coast since 2001 and it amazes us that we still stumble across places we’ve never seen or come across experiences we have to share. Please bookmark our Website, LIKE us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and share this with family and friends. On behalf of all Sunshine Coast business owners, thank you for your support!

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Our Top 3 Favourite Things to Do in Currimundi Did you know? It was named by Queensland Governor Sir Leslie Wilson, in which he used the local aboriginal name for the area, Garrimundi or Girrimundi, meaning “place of flying foxes”. Currimundi is loved by the locals. It’s just a short drive to Caloundra and Kawana Shopping precincts as well as the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital.

Bring your kids, bring your friends and bring your family for some late afternoon fun with food and music going until 8:00pm.


1. Raper Shoal

This piece of fishing and diving paradise is easily reached by kayaks or snorkelling. It’s only 500m offshore from land. Drive to the end of Petrel St and walkthrough onto the beach. Swim or paddle due east 500m. You may find stingrays, turtles, dolphins and some reef fish. Good luck!

3. Currimundi Lake Conservation Park The Currimundi Lake Conservation Park is an unspoilt area of coastline and wallum heath. Check out the native wildflowers in early Spring.

Enjoy picnicking, birdwatching and studying nature, taking long bushwalks and admiring the views from the lookout. Photo by Alex Bobrov

2. Currimundi Night Market

Sit back on the beautiful Currimundi lake foreshore and enjoy a Friday afternoon of delicious food and drinks, music AND a few adult beverages to welcome in the weekend. The Currimundi Lake Twilight Markets will incorporate unique stalls which offer a selection of street food, a designated entertainment area a bar for everyone to enjoy! The Currimundi Lake Twilight Markets will be an ongoing treasure for locals and tourists alike and will be held on the third Friday of every month. Make sure you head along to the gorgeous shores of the Currimundi Lake reserve, with the ocean just metres away.

People in wheelchairs can use the first 130 metres of the walking track to the lake lookout. Currimundi Lake (Kathleen McArthur) Conservation Park is a small remnant of wallum heath that covered much of coastal southern Queensland. Thriving on Lake Currimundi’s northern shore, this type of coastal heathland is rich in plant species, which attract birds and insects seeking food and shelter.

Award winning Australian vocalist Emma Pask has firmly established herself as one of this country’s favourite voices in Jazz.

EMMA PASK 19-21 July 2019 VENUES C-Square Nambour RSL Flametree Church One of the best musical experiences on the Sunshine Coast’s jazz calendar, the fourth Nambour Winter Jazz Fest presents an exciting weekend of jazz.


Bruce Woodward has quietly been establishing a reputation as one Queensland’s finest jazz guitarists. Bruce is currently lecturer in guitar at the University of Southern Queensland and is known for his distinctive playing and unique voice on the guitar. He is a graduate of both the Western Australian and Queensland Conservatories and has performed at many festivals and events. Joshua Hatcher is a Brisbane-based saxophonist, composer and music educator. He was a finalist in the 2016 National Jazz Awards (saxophone) at Wangaratta, and 2 selections from his album “Now and Then” were finalists in the 2016 QMusic Awards Jazz Category.

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Her effortless honest stage presence combined with her powerful vocal ability, leaves audiences spellbound and inspired. Emma is sure to delight as she interweaves storytelling through timeless swinging jazz standards, upbeat Latin rhythms, tender ballads and of course some raucous blues.


His big band compositions and arrangements were recorded by the Enthusiastic Musicians’ Orchestra on “One for B” (2011) and “Long Way Home” (2014) and he was the 2016 Composerin-Residence for the West Australian Youth Jazz Orchestra.



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Keeping the kids amused ... Kids get bored easily. When we took our kids camping we used to visit the dollar shops and fill the basket full of colouring-in books, pencils, stickers, bat and ball games, jigsaws and small travel board games. We brought out 1 item per day to place on the picnic table.

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There are endless options of beautiful venues; from our renowned beaches, lush gardens and parks to astounding wedding venues. • Sir Leslie Wilson Park - on grass overlooking beach between (Moffat and Dicky Beach)

• HMAS Brisbane Memorial Platform (Alex Headland)

• Eleanor Shipley Park - on grass (Moffat Beach)

• Mooloolaba Beach (access 173)

• Anzac Park, Wickham Point (Kings Beach Headland)

• Mooloolaba Spit Parklands, Parkyn Pde

• Happy Valley (on grass) - Clarke Place Park

• Twin Waters (beach access)

• Lake Currimundi (near lake/beach)

• Hidden Grove Garden (Noosa Heads)

• Ivadale Lakes Park (Caloundra West)

• Plage Grove Gardens (Noosa Heads)

• Pt. Cartwright Resevre (Buddina)

• Casuarina Gardens (Noosa Heads)

• La Balsa Park (Buddina)

• Noosa Heads Lions Park (Noosaville)

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• Point Perry Lookout (Coolum)

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A day out with the kids ...


The Kilcoy “Yowie” Kilcoy is a small town west of Caboolture QLD Australia the first settler in the region was Sir Evan Mackenzie who arrived in 1841 and named his landholding ‘Kilcoy’ after his family estate in Scotland. Kilcoy claims to be the home of Australia’s Bigfoot. The Yowie. The legend of the Yowie goes back generations in Kilcoy and even further with Aboriginal accounts. Early timber cutters and farmers claim to have seen it in the hills since pioneering times. A well known account is that of two teenagers who witnessed a 3 metre tall Yowie in 1979. The teenagers told their school teacher who visited the location where the boys had their encounter and made plaster casts of the footprints which measured 50cm long and 15 cm wide. The last “reported” Yowie sighting in Kilcoy was in May 2007 by University of Queensland student Daniel Raaen.

Why visit? Kilcoy is blessed with: • • • • • • • •

“Yowie Park” built by the Lions Club Green Parks with Swings Swimming Pool Family Picnic Areas Interesting Tourism Info Centre Interactive Displays Historical Museums Short Drive to Somerset Dam

Make a game up for the kids!

See who spots the Yowie first!

A weekend away in


Saturday 9am-12noon

A trip to Eumundi wouldn’t be complete without a stroll around the famous “Eumundi Markets”. Every artisan hocks their wares to the public and tourists alike. From fashion to trinkets, artwork to jewellery, it’s all there at the markets. In fact, the market opens twice a week. Saturday and Wednesday.

The History

It was 1979 when ceramic artist Christa Barton and her friend Gail Perry-Somers came up with the idea of holding a European style “artisans and farmers” market in Eumundi. The area had become a home for artisans, craftspeople and refugees from suburbia. What attracted people then, as now, was the town’s openness, sense of community and a simpler way of life. Christa and Gail decided on the CWA Hall as the best placed venue in town. Their vision was to develop a retail base for local small crop growers and locally produced crafts, as well as offering a retail base for out-of-work young people – to develop their skills in handicrafts and food preparation. On 24 March 1979 three marketeers gamely set up their stalls around the CWA Hall, with refreshments served inside. There was a grand total of eight visitors and a turnover of $30. The Original Eumundi Markets was up and running!

After only one year of operation, Eumundi Market gained a reputation as a source of energy, variety, freshness and friendliness, properties that still characterise it today. But it was the ‘locally made’ policy of its founders and the markets auspicing body, the Eumundi Historical Association, that has made the markets unique and this policy is still going strong today.

And Now ...

Over the years, several independent organisations, including the Eumundi and District Community Association, have also set up other market operations adjacent to The Original Eumundi Markets, making the overall Eumundi Markets now the biggest art and craft market in Australia. The market community has now grown to more than 600 stalls and boasts an annual visitation of 1.6 million people! The Original Eumundi Markets continue to focus on handmade products, with the ethos of “make it, bake it, sew it, grow it”. The philosophy of locally handmade products and services has served the Eumundi Markets well over the last 30 years and it is the originality and uniqueness of the stallholders and their creativity that has customers coming back for more year after year.

Saturday 12noon-2pm We uhmed and ahhed about where to eat. There are so many dining options that are first class in Eumundi. We chose the Imperial due to it’s handy ‘car park’ and affiliation with the Eumundi Brewing Company.

The Imperial Hotel

A cornerstone of the hinterland village of Eumundi, the iconic Imperial Hotel has been welcoming locals and tourists since its opening in 1911. Now home to the Eumundi Brewery, this majestic Queenslander hotel is a Sunshine Coast ‘must do’. With its colourful creative décor and murals, sweeping verandahs, sensational beer garden and relaxed vibe, you’ll be drawn to the groove that is The Imperial – and indeed, the creative hub that is Eumundi. The dining menu features classic pub favourites along with a selection of contemporary dishes – guaranteed to appeal to all the foodies in your tribe. We chose a Pizza between the two of us!

Saturday Afternoon We ate too much and had a few too many Pale Ale’s to consider driving home so we had the smarts to pre-book and stay at the Gridley Homestead B&B. It’s only a short 15 minute stagger away from The Imperial Hotel and the Markets.

Gridley Homestead B&B

Louise and Marko are amazing hosts. Not only did they greet us at the door, they provided home-made cake on arrival with berries and cream. They operate a 3 bedroomed homestead as well as The Cottage, a self contained unit with views to Pomona. We took The Cottage and we loved it. Earlier in the day we bought lavender bath salts and had a hot bath. It was amazing. The Cottage was luxurious. It’s better than some four star hotels I’ve been to. It’s located adjacent to the homestead. In the morning you join the rest of the guests for a home-baked breakfast. In a nutshell, a great weekend away. 1 SALE ST, EUMUNDI www.gridleybandb.com.au

When it comes to brews, try the Eumundi Brewery Lager or Eumundi Brewery Pale Ale. The Pale Ale was my favourite. The hotel is also a great place to soak up live music, with acoustic sets in The Beer Garden all weekend + some of the best bands in the business playing ticketed shows in the entertainment spaces known as The Bunker and The Brewery. If you’re looking to host a special event, they have five diverse function areas with flexible layout options. Check out our pics below!

MINI BREAKS Bundaberg Region

Driving to Bundaberg from the Sunshine is about a 3 hour journey. Before you pass through Gympie, call into Kybong service station and see Matilda, the giant Kangaroo used for the 1982 Commonwealth Games held in Brisbane.

Get a photo taken, refuel and grab a bite to eat before you head north towards Tiaro and the old town of Maryborough.

Did you know that Maryborough was the home of author PL Travers who wrote the book “Mary Poppins”. Get a photo with the statue! There is a Mary Poppins Festival June 29th to 6th July each year. www.marypoppinsfestival.com.au Drive on from Maryborough and stop at Childers. Park on Crescent St and enjoy the lush green rest area ideal for caravanners. The kids will love the playground and the main street is full of quaint shops and delicious bakeries. Next stop is Bundy, famous for it’s sugar cane industry and the Bundy Rum. It’s a great tour for those that love Queensland’s favourite spirit. www.bundabergrum.com.au

Mon Repos Turtle Centre Every year, from November to March, you can join QPWS Rangers at Mon Repos Turtle Centre on a guided tour to watch nesting (November to January) and hatching (January to March) marine turtles. To protect nesting and hatching turtles, only turtle encounter tour participants are allowed on Mon Repos beach after 6pm to witness this incredible natural journey. Kids (5-14) $6.65 Adults (15+) $12.80

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Bargara is a family friendly seaside town just 13 kilometres from Bundaberg. It caters for families and has a variety of accommodation options from caravan parks to 5 star resorts. You can swim all year round here, with several beaches stretching from Neilson’s Park to the north to Kellys Beach to the south. The Esplanade is a pleasant 6 km paved walk, ideal for pet owners. If you like golf then there’s even a course to play on with sea views. Our favourite place is called “The Basin”. The Basin is a protected swimming spot that’s been naturally sculputured by nature from molten lava. A horseshoe shape was formed and at high tide mullet, whiting and bream swim in the pool. Take your mask and snorkel. The water is great for kids. You can feed the fish once the tide has receded. Don’t get scared - the fish will swim around your legs. Top Tip Take some bread for the fish feeding ...

Elliot Heads Elliot Heads is one of our favourite places and this is why? The tiny town is south of Bargara and has a little bait and tackle store, a boat hire service and the best water for fishing you could ever wish for. It’s not uncommon to ‘hook-up’ on a massive fish in the channel. Wander up-river and the more sedate water is ideal for catching flathead on the turning tide. Elliot Heads is a quiet town with a true coastal vibe. You can chill out by the waterline or laze about in the seaside caravan park. If you want to catch a Big Lizard (a.k.a. Flathead) then reach out to Elliot Heads Boat Hire on: (07) 4159 6108

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Enjoy the Sunshine Coast Hinterland

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Kondalilla Falls

A true adventurers day out. Pack your sunscreen, hat, swimwear, sunnies, a good pair of safe shoes, some water and a camera because your about to witness a “hinterland” gem. The day begins with a drive towards Flaxton with a detour to Kondalilla Falls. Grab your backpack and begin the walk! The beautiful lush rainforest, rivers, falls, bird sounds and general nature make this a stunning walk especially after rainfall when everything will be at its best. The walk from Baroon Pocket Dam to Kondalilla Falls is around 10km, so up to 2 1/2 hours. There are about 300 steps, a couple of lookout spots and some small sections of board walk to keep things interesting.

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Mary Cairncross Park, Maleny Great Walk (Flaxton to Mapleton Falls) Spot a Platypus in Obi Obi Creek Trek to Kondalilla Falls for a swim Drive to the Glasshouse Mountains

The walk can be started from either end, do the whole thing and return (around 20km), or just part of it. Definitely worth checking it out. You’ll love swimming in the refreshing rockpools!

Sunday morning drive through the Glasshouse Mountains Take a leisurely drive through the Glasshouse Mountains and you may pass one of the most iconic cafe’s in the region. We opted for the Eggs Benedict, but you may like the traditional Devonshire Teas on offer.

Top Tip! Get there early so you can get the bench seat with the open window view (as pictured). We loved the view so much we ordered a 2nd coffee and a dessert just to admire the view longer. The lookout is only a few hundred metres drive further uphill.

Glasshouse Mountains Lookout Cafe

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A whale of a time ... Whale Watching As soon as May/June arrives so do the Humpback Whales. Their migration pass our waters right through until September/October. You can watch them on TV or YouTube but when you experience them up-close you appreciate their size and

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power as they breach the water just in time for your camera to flash. There are many tour operators out of Mooloolaba or Noosa who will offer you a whale watching experience.

Why do whales visit Queensland? Humpback whales undertake a 10,000km migration every year starting from Antartica to the warmer sub-tropical waters along the Queensland coast. While they enjoy the ocean, baby calves are born and learn life skills for when they return to the cooler waters.

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