About the Sunshine Coast
Surrounded by lush rainforest, and breathtaking views of the region, Buderim is an idyllic area only a 10 minute drive to the beaches at Maroochydore or Mooloolaba. Buderim holds some of the most desired real estate on the Sunshine Coast along with the bustling unique town centre comprising of grocery stores, bakeries, delicacies and boutique style clothing stores. Its distinct village-feel, primary schools and close amenities, Buderim is a favourite amongst Sunshine Coast locals and a popular choice for families or retirees.
The Gateway to the Sunshine Coast, Caloundra boasts family friendly beaches such as Kings, Bulcock and Golden Beach and wonderful coastal and mountain views. Caloundra is well supported by both public and private schools along with a bustling town centre which includes some the coasts best restaurants and dinning venues on the coast. If you love a round of golf then tee off at the challenging Greg Norman-designed Club Pelican. You are also situated at the northern point of beautiful Pumicestone Passage.
Boasting one of the best beaches on the coast, Coolum is a sea side community with a strong community spirit and a perfect place family lifestyles. Supported by convenient shopping facilities and a number of schools it is fast becoming the ideal place for family lifestyles. Coolum is also home to the world-class championship golf course, the Hyatt Regency Coolum which plays host to the annual Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Championship. For the best view in town, climb the magnificent Mount Coolum and take in the 360 degree views of the Sunshine Coast.
The commercial epicentre of the Sunshine Coast, Maroochydore is the home to the Coast’s largest shopping centre, including food and cinema amenities. Maroochydore area is one of the geographically largest areas of the region, with surf beaches, schools, library, endless shopping and fishing and fun Maroochy River all within a ten minute drive of each other
Minyama is a suburb within the Sunshine Coast Regional Council in Queensland, Australia. Situated on the Mooloolah River, the suburb is almost entirely surrounded by water, and artificially constructed harbours and waterways dominate the topography. The suburb’s main thoroughfare, Nicklin Way, is the location of several large retail outlets. Kawana Shoppingworld is located just outside Minyama.
Boasting “The Golden Triangle” – The Sunshine Coast’s prime real estate address, with strong capital growth. With amenities within a 4km radius, Alexandra Headlands is sort after for rentals and permanents alike. Popular haven for resort accommodation, Alex (as it’s endearingly known) is walking distance to shops, cafes, and the patrolled surf beach makes it the perfect place for the active family.
is a growing business hub, yet possesses the best of the Coast’s beaches and prime real estate. Kawana houses to shopping centres, schools, and local amenities as well as some of the finest waterfront properties and is the location for the proposed Sunshine coast University hospital. Development is ensuring that Kawana becomes the sporting and facility capital of the Sunshine Coast, where a 12000 seated Stadium along corporate and conferencing facilities are in the pipeline. Kawana is home to the Olympic rowing training camps on the Kawana Lake. For investing and residing, Kawana and the surrounding area is a dream for an active lifestyle.
The heart of the Sunshine Coast where the family-friendly beaches complement fabulous al fresco dining. Parks and restaurants meet the shoreline, and on a clear day. Mooloolaba boasts magical views north up to Coolum. White-sandy patrolled beaches, a choice of public and private schools, food and boutique shopping all within a 5km radius ensure that Mooloolaba is a Coast hot-spot. Patrolled beach and holiday accommodation aplenty Mooloolaba is a popular choice from families to retirees.
One of Australia’s iconic seaside destinations, Noosa is a stylish beach resort with an international vibe. The famous Hastings Street is a stylish cosmopolitan hub of beachfront resorts, cafes, delis, designer shops and al-fresco restaurants. Noosa’s Main Beach is one of the few north-facing beaches in Australia. The area’s rare natural beauty and sustainable approach earned recognition by the UNESCO as an official Biosphere Reserve.
Twin Waters is an integrated resort style-community. Long white sandy beaches matched with canal style living. Close to the world class golf course and resort, Twin Waters is contemporary and stylish. Waterways and parks are a feature of the close knit community with shops and restaurants all within a walking radius. Only a15 minute drive to south of the Coast or north of the Coast, Twin Waters lends itself to the community-minded resident