Things to do in Sunshine Coast

Things to Do in Sunshine Coast

Things to do in Sunshine Coast

When you think about what is it that makes Sunshine Coast so special, you’ll discover the answer in their name.

They have a cheerful attitude that radiates from outside in and when you’re in the area on holiday you’ll feel it too.

What refer to as “Sunshine Moment” – a feeling of inexpressible joy from being in the Sunshine Coast happy place – and whatever yours is, you’ll get this in this site. The Sunshine Coast is officially one of the top ‘Most-loved Destinations in the World’ coming third in the Tourism Index Sentiment, with tourists from all over the world coming to this little piece of Queensland paradise.

This landscape is special and is just as diverse as the people and experiences who reside there.
Here, you can stroll along the beach in barefoot in one moment and hike the ancient mountains in the Glass House Mountains the next tasting fresh local food and taking a stroll through lush forest on the way. They are in nature and green by heart and are committed to live sustainably in harmony in harmony with nature.

In fact it is said that the Sunshine Coast is the only location in the world where you can find three UNESCO Biosphere Reserves sitting side by side. Take the whole thing during an eco-tour to learn more about these ancient custodians on either sea or land.

1. QUEENSLAND AIR MUSEUM

Queensland Air Museum is Australia’s largest and largest aviation museum with a rich history. The museum is located at Caloundra in the picturesque Sunshine Coast, the museum is open to visitors every all year round, except during Christmas Day. The museum was founded in 1974 with the idea of protecting Australia’s Aviation heritage, the museum’s collection contains more than 100 historical aircraft, as well as a variety of aviation-related exhibits. Aviators with experience are often present to enhance visitors with them to enjoy the experience.

The QAM team states, learn about the history of aviation from the person who invented it. Group tours are available through the website. The place is a perfect destination for groups of aviation enthusiasts, car clubs and other people who want to find out more about the aviation history of Australia while touring on the Sunshine Coast. There is a well-stocked memorabilia store with a variety of aviation models as well as aviation-related objects. The museum is managed entirely by volunteers. New visitors and museum members are welcomed.

The Queensland Air Museum is run entirely by volunteers to protect the aviation heritage of Australia. You’ll be awed and impressed with our extensive collection of more than 80 historical military and civilian aircraft that are situated on two acres in stunning Caloundra located on the Sunshine Coast.

A large portion the military planes have served vital functions in protecting this nation, and in supporting the allies through the 20th century and through the 21st century. Their displays also include iconic utility and civilian aircraft, which complement that military focus, which makes their collection the biggest and most diversifying in Australia.

Conservation and restoration work is demanding and ongoing. Since 1973, they’ve acquired, restored, and salvaged more than 100 aircraft. They also have an extensive collection of aero-engines, a vast assortment of rare artifacts including books and other documents for reference, and an ever-growing collection of audio-recorded tales from those who have been part of the aviation story of their time.

The Queensland Air Museum is a not-for-profit institution that generates revenue from donations and visitors. Your visit will be a significant contribution to their ongoing activities and allow them to keep on preserving the history of this remarkable collection.
 

7 Pathfinder Drive, Caloundra, Queensland 4551

(07) 5492 5930

2. AMAZE WORLD

In this subtropical Sunshine Coast hinterland, you’ll discover a world of magic. A magical world full of excitement and wonder, that is brought to life through imagination. In this hidden garden, that you’ll find a charming forest trickster who enjoys nothing more than to puzzle any person who wanders into his realm.

As you work through the challenges, riddles, and surprises you discover while exploring, take satisfaction in knowing that the one spot in the world that you’d love to wander there’s a place for you to be in the World of Amaze.
 

274 Tanawha Tourist Drive, Tanawha QLD 4556

07 5445 2979

hello@amazeworld.com.au

https://amazeworld.com.au/

3. AUSSIE WORLD

There are endless opportunities for all the family members in one of Australia’s most loved theme parks. Their kind of fun is available to everyone. Aussie World on the Sunshine Coast is home to attractions and rides that include the most loved family rides, adrenaline-pumping thrills, and new experiences.
 
If you’re looking for thrilling thrills, don’t forget to be missing Dingo Racer, the second new major attraction set to debut at Aussie World within the next year. It follows the SX360. The new attraction has increased the range of experiences at the park to accommodate all kinds of fans of theme parks from families to toddlers and even crazy thrill seekers. There is no reason to not go to the park!

Dingo Racer is family-friendly, but it’s often regarded as a thrill experience due to its speed, sharp turns, and its distinctive ability to turn when traveling on the course. Experience the fun rides for families that will leave you wet and leave you dizzy as well as slides and simulators with bumps, coasters, and bumps!
The renowned Ballroom Blitz has made its big return, and the redesign for the Retro Rocket will provide more exciting opportunities.

After a day of fun, visit Fun Cafe. Fun Cafe for snacks, lunch, ice cream, or drinks. Don’t forget to purchase a great display bag that you can take home in The Fun Shop!
 
73 Frizzo Rd, Palmview QLD 4553
 
+61 7 5494 5444
 
 

https://www.aussieworld.com.au/

4. BIG KART TRACK

Big Kart Track is the largest go-kart track commercially in Australia. There are 50 karts racing at a 1.2-kilometre-long international racetrack with speeds of 70 km per hour. They are open 7 days every day of the week.

The perfect place for your business, social group, or club to enjoy an exciting time while having some team building exercises and having a blast!
Since 1983, they’ve been around to please customers and offer the most enjoyable entertainment in total security!

Adrenaline unleashed.

 

2310 Steve Irwin Way, Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia, Queensland