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Find your Sunshine Moment... For real

Find your Sunshine Moment... For real

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If we told you to close your eyes and imagine your happy place, what would you see?

Maybe you’re floating on a neon pink lilo under a clear blue sky, sipping on a creamy cocktail.

You could be barefoot on the beach with the kids, chasing waves and collecting seashells in colourful buckets.

Or perhaps you’re belly laughing with your mates on a night out, watching the last rays of sunlight melt into the horizon on a summer night.

These are what we call Sunshine Moments, and whatever yours is, you’re guaranteed to find it here.

Because on the Sunshine Coast we’re not just sunny by name, we’re sunny by nature, and a holiday here will leave you beaming from the inside out.

Come and find your Sunshine Moment, for real, and bring your happy place to life with moments that matter.

Good for you, good for the planet

The Sunshine Coast is the only place in the world where three UNESCO Biospheres sit side-by-side.

Think that’s pretty special? So do we, and that’s why we’re committed to supporting the sustainability of the destination.

On a holiday here you can do the same, getting back to nature with an eco-tour across our sparkling waters, treading lightly though our leafy backyard and sleeping soundly in accommodation where sustainability is a way of life.

And the best part is it’s not just good for the planet, but good for your soul.

Sunshine Moments Deals

If saving money sounds like your kind of Sunshine Moment, grab a deal now on your next Sunshine Coast holiday!

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Acknowledgement of country

Visit Sunshine Coast acknowledges the Sunshine Coast Country, home of the Kabi Kabi peoples and the Jinibara peoples, the Traditional Custodians, whose lands and waters we all now share. We wish to pay respect to their Elders – past, present and emerging, and acknowledge the important role First Nations people continue to play within the Sunshine Coast community.