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Caloundra Family Day

The Ultimate Family Day for those visiting Caloundra Need a break? Grab the kids and head to Caloundra for some fun in the sun! No matter if you’ve got 24 hours or a week, there will be plenty to keep the whole family busy – not to mention great accommodation options to rest your exhausted […]

Kenilworth

About the Kenilworth Region Kenilworth is a small town, with a population of about 300, in the beautiful upper Mary Valley Country, behind the Blackall Range, only about one and a half hours drive north of Brisbane and 50 minutes from the coast. The Town is on the Mary River which flows North from Maleny, […]

Toowoomba Picnic Point Parklands

Toowoomba Another popular area of Picnic Point Parklands is the tranquil waterfall area. The waterfall was constructed in 1965 from the former quarry platform site and lookout which provided panoramic views of the valley. Since then, mass plantings of trees and shrubs have created a rainforest-type experience for visitors with large stepping stones at the […]

The Great Walk

What to Expect on your Visit The Sunshine Coast hinterland is a nature lover’s paradise with its diversity of flora and fauna. Pristine, sub tropical rainforests, are easily accessible, offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy towering trees and sparkling waterfalls, along with an abundance of native plants and wildlife on one of the many well […]

Property Renovation Tips

Property Renovation Tips brought to you by Queensland Building Solutions If you’re a renovator you’ll know that the renovating bug is hard to shake. It’s important not to allow enthusiasm to get in the way. The bug can cause us to fall in love with the potential of a property, creating an urge to rescue […]

The Noosa you never knew

Love Lock Bridge Newlyweds in Noosa have signified their endless love by locking their love, metaphorically with engraved padlocks on what is commonly referred to now as “Love Lock Bridge”. There has been a lot of backlash about the impact on the bridge and the environment, so newlyweds are now turning to placing love-locks onto […]

Moffat Beach and Markets

Did you know? Moffat Beach is a coastal suburb of Caloundra, two km north-east of Caloundra’s city centre. It was named after James Moffat who purchased all the land between Moffat Head and the golf course, northwards from William Street to Cooroora Street in Dicky Beach, in 1882. When Caloundra had fewer than 20 families, […]

Caloundra Coastal Pathway

Caloundra Coastal Pathway Caloundra Section The Coastal Pathway is council’s longest shared pathway. It stretches from Pelican Waters Bell’s Creek in the south to Tewantin in the north. Look for the new Coastal Pathway symbol to make finding your way along the pathway easier. Additional information is provided on maps and distance markers. The pathway […]

Bribie Island Mini Break

Bribie Island Mini Break Looking for a short mini-break choc full of activities for the kids? We’ve got you covered. Head south to Bribie Island … Friday Morning The weekend began early for us. A short 1 hour drive down the Bruce Highway and sharp left turn onto Bribie Island Road gets us onto the […]

Sunshine Coast Hinterland Guide

Sunshine Coast Hinterland Guide The Sunshine Coast Hinterland hides some of the states best kept secrets. Wonderful B&B’s, next level restaurants, quaint shops and wonderful landscapes. It’s no wonder it’s a favourite among SE Queenslanders and tourists. Here’s a short guide on our favourite places. Mary Cairncross Park Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve comprises 55 hectares […]