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Local Flavours

07 Jul 2016

Locally farmed, home-grown and organic - the warm climate, rich soil and abundant oceans create a gourmet paradise.

Please download or view the Sunshine Coast  Queensland Official Food Guide.

Local produce

With more than 500 food and beverage producers based in the region, the Sunshine Coast not only offers a range of world-class restaurants and cafés, but also local farmers markets where you can have a chat to the growers and producers. You will find the latest in-season ingredients on offer while you sip a green smoothie and fill your basket with goodies. The Sunshine Coast is known for its avocados, ginger, pineapples, strawberries, feijoas, macadamia nuts, passionfruit, lychees, seafood, lemon myrtle and dairy products.

You’ll find an abundance of fresh, organic produce at markets and retail outlets dotted across the Sunshine Coast

Queensland’s freshest seafood

Mooloolaba is home to one of the busiest ports on the east coast of Australia, where you can feast on the freshest seafood straight off the trawler. Whether you are hungry for Mooloolaba prawns, oysters, swordfish, lobster or crab - the catch of the day is waiting for you. Just head to the end of Parkyn Parade and take your pick!

Mooloolaba prawns straight off the trawler - they don’t get much fresher than this!

Cook like a local

Learn how to create culinary masterpieces or just have a whole lot of fun in the kitchen. The Coast has a range of award-winning cooking schools where top chefs can teach you how to make everything from grilled prawns with chilli jam to apple tarte tatin.

Did you know?

The Sunshine Coast is home to a number of award-winning restaurants across spectacular locations, including Noosa Beach House and Wasabi in Noosa, the Spirit House in Yandina, the Spice Bar in Mooloolaba, as well as The Long Apron and The Tamarind in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.

Enjoy fine-dining at award winning restaurants including Peter Kuruvita’s Noosa Beach House.
Enjoy fine-dining at award winning restaurants including Peter Kuruvita’s Noosa Beach House.

Official Food Guide

Please download or view the Sunshine Coast  Queensland Official Food Guide.

Sunshine Coast Official Food Guide

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