Mudjimba Beach is a quaint township with a true coastal vibe.
There has never been a more obvious contrast than that between Mooloolaba and Mudjimba. About the only thing similar is that both suburbs begin with the letter M.
Mudjimba is still largely seen as a quiet beachside suburb by the locals and it’s easy to see why. The only disruption to your day is the odd airplane flying into Maroochydore Airport to touch down or take off.
Mudjimba hosts some of the coolest cafe’s on the coast with The Island being one of our favourites. It blends great music, a unique cold press coffee that’s gravity fed and a funky surf store.
Mudjimba Beach Caravan Park is ideally positioned adjacent to the beach and only a short stroll to the cafe and shopping precinct. It has large caravan sites, a refreshing swimming pool, well equipped camp kitchen and plenty of shade. It’s one of a handful of council run caravan parks in the region and a welcome escape from the crowded caravan parks in the tourist towns.
Mudjimba is blessed with some amazing walks. Drive to the end of North Shore Road and stroll through the scrub to find your ideal beach picnic spot. As mentioned earlier in this magazine, it’s a great place to walk your furry friend.
The Sunshine Coast Regional Airport has been given the green light to begin it’s upgrade. In the next ten years we will see long haul aircraft fly in and out of our region. This will increase tourism numbers and offer locals the ability to travel internationally direct from our airport.
The more you fly direct from Sunshine Coast Airport, the more local flights will come.
Stop and think about the way you travel and consider the benefits if you choose to fly local.
The more the community flies from Sunshine Coast Airport, the more we can negotiate more destinations and flights from Jetstar, Qantas, Virgin, Air New Zealand and possibly other airlines.
We all love the Sunshine Coast lifestyle.
It’s why we choose to live here, whether that be a morning surf, walking the dog or spending time with our family, rather than struggling in a long commute every day.