The Sunshine Coast of Queensland is one of Australia’s most popular holiday areas. Offering a great range of bed and breakfasts with both pristine coastlines and lush unspoiled hinterlands, with great food, action and adventure. A quiet patch of sand to lay back on for those who want a more relaxed time, the Sunshine Coast has something for everyone.
The best way to make the most of the area is to stay in a Sunshine Coast bed and breakfast. Whether you are looking for a base to spend some days at or just overnight accommodation as your explore the coast, you’ll find the b and b accommodation on the Sunshine Coast should suit.
The coast begins just a one hour drive north of Brisbane at Caloundra and runs all the way up to Cooloola, the departure point for Frazer Island. The coast measures approximately 100 kilometers in length and includes the towns of Caloundra, Kawana, Noosa, Rainbow Beach, Maroochydore, Coolum Beach and Mooloolaba besides many more small local communities. All these places have great Sunshine Coast b & b accommodation.
One bed and breakfast on the Sunshine Coast that is very popular is The Dome House at Coolum. Located near both the Coolum and Yaroomba beaches, it also offers easy access to the hinterland destinations of Noosa and Maroochydore. With four luxurious en suite rooms and a great organic breakfast of local produce, it really brings out the Sunshine Coast experience.
The hinterland, which includes great destinations like the Blackall and Glass House mountain ranges, the Mary Valley and the Noosa Hinterland, offers many attractions like fishing, canoeing and just wandering around the many varied markets. There are many opportunities for spending time by a river, walking through the verdant rain forest, playing golf or strolling up the mountains. Here too you can find a variety of top Sunshine Coast accommodation.
A well visited b&b in the Sunshine Coast hinterland is The Falls which is located near the Kondalilla Falls National Park. Furnished in a mixture of traditional as well as modern styles, The Falls provides an experience that encompasses the charm of the unspoilt wilderness along the all the modern comforts a visitor may want.
People travel to the Sunshine Coast for:
Water sports which include jet skiing, para sailing, fishing, surfing and cruising the coastline on the many yachts that make regular trips up and down the coast. This is a great option for those looking for an active holiday and would enjoy staying at one of the many bed and breakfasts along the Sunshine Coast that are located near the water.
Relaxing on the beaches, which are some of the most picturesque and unspoiled anywhere. The main beaches are well patrolled so they are safe for families with young children. There are also some quiet small beaches where you can go to be alone or with your partner. Again, the b and b accommodation located near the beaches are the prefect places to stay.
Relaxing in the midst of nature is a great way to spend a Sunshine Coast holiday. The many national parks and the mountain ranges make for a quiet and relaxing time with the opportunity for long walks in the rain forest or up the mountains. Here also the bed and breakfast options will provide an ideal place to spend a few days in the heart of nature.