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Top Experiences For Visitors to Sunshine Coast
Noosa National Park
Noosa National Park is one of the best things to do on the Sunshine Coast. Encompassing an area of 9,800 acres, it's home to beautiful beaches, rainforests, dunes and forests. The most popular section of the park for travellers buying flights Sydney to Sunshine Coast is the Noosa Headland. It has a scenic coastal hike that's a wonderful way to soak up the area's natural beauty. Some of the other highlights include Dolphin Point, Tea Tree Bay, Hell's Gates and Noosa Main Beach.
Australia Zoo was made famous by Steve Irwin. It's one of the top attractions in Queensland (and in all of Australia, for that matter) and is just one of the reasons many people buy Sydney to Sunshine Coast flights. At the zoo, you'll find Aussie animals like kangaroos and koalas, as well as exotic species from around the world such as elephants and Sumatran tigers.
If you're passionate about animals, you can pay extra to visit the animal hospital. This a wonderful experience (especially if you're buying tickets to Sunshine Coast from Sydney for kids) and a chance to help some of the injured animals. Some of the other things to do at Australia Zoo are signing up for animal encounters, zoo tours, taking photos with some of the residents, and attending the wildlife shows or feeding demonstrations.
Noosa Main Beach
You can't buy flights Sydney to Sunshine Coast and not spend some time on the beach. Noosa Main Beach is one of the most gorgeous stretches of sand in the region. It boasts a gentle surf (perfect for families and beginner surfers) and is a lovely spot to spend a few hours. Before leaving your hotel, bring a bottle of sunscreen and make sure you don’t neglect applying it throughout the day. If you need a break from the sun, go check out some of the chic restaurants and art galleries on Hastings Street.
Visit Montville and Maleny
If you want to visit either Montville and Maleny, you'll need to hire a car. When buying your Sydney to Sunshine Coast flights with Webjet, you can add a vehicle of your choice at check out. When you arrive, your car will be waiting for you at Sunshine Coast Airport (MCY). It's a scenic drive across the Blackall Range from Sunshine Coast, and both villages are only 10 minutes by car from each other.
In Montville, you can spend your time exploring the art galleries, cosy cafes and boutique shops. Maleny's top attractions include the Maleny Botanic Gardens and Bird World. For avid hikers buying Sydney to Sunshine Coast return flights, you have a few activity options when you explore these villages and the surrounding Hinterland region. You can tackle the trail to Kondalilla Falls near Montville or look for fruit bats along the trails inside the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve near Maleny.
Cafes and Restaurants in Sunshine Coast
VanillaFood is one of the most photogenic cafes in Sunshine Coast. The breakfast and lunch options as beautiful in taste as in presentation. Travellers buying flights Sydney to Sunshine Coast can choose from two lovely locations in Noosa Heads and Noosaville, and dine from a menu that champions wholesome and locally-sourced produce.
Collective Haus is a gorgeous cafe that's located inside an old church. Here, travellers buying cheap flights Sydney to Sunshine Coast will find antique furniture, vintage clothing and a good cup of coffee. It's an excellent place for a caffeine pit stop and pick up a souvenir or two to remind you of your trip to Sunshine Coast.
Aimee Provence is a high tea parlour decked out with paisley wallpaper, chandeliers and fresh-cut flowers. Travellers buying flights Sydney to Sunshine Coast should dress to the nines for a visit here and prepare to indulge with an afternoon of whimsy, nibbling on scones and sipping from delicate cups of tea. The parlour is only a 15-minute ride from Sunshine Coast Airport (MCY) and a 20-minute drive from Maroochydore.
Cafe Vie is a vegan-friendly cafe in Sunshine Coast. It’s one of the best spots to go for lunch if you’re eating a plant-based diet. Travellers buying flights Sydney to Sunshine Coast can also stop by the cafe’s pop-up markets. Vendors are usually local makers from the Buderim area. If you’re not sure what to get, try the cheesy tofu scramble with smoked tempeh.
The Best Time to Visit Sunshine Coast
The Sunshine Coast is an excellent all-year-round destination. But if you're looking for cheap flights Sydney to Sunshine Coast, one of the best times to look for great-value airfares is for travel in April, May or June. You'll miss the peak humidity, and you can avoid the school holiday crowds. It may be easier to find deals on Sydney to Sunshine Coast return flights, and the top attractions will have fewer crowds.
If you're a surfer hoping to catch some good waves, book your Sydney to Sunshine Coast flights for the autumn and winter months. From March to September, the swell is at its best, and if you avoid the school holidays, you can avoid the spike in hotel rates.
Hikers should buy their flights Sydney to Sunshine Coast between July and August. The winter temperatures are more comfortable for walking, and you won't have to worry about rainstorms.