It’s a beach-lover’s paradise! From Point Cartwright in the north to Currimundi Lake in the south, Kawana Beach at nine kilometres long is one of the Sunshine Coast’s longest stretches of sand. Find your very own secluded spot to relax.
Beyond the beach, you will find shopping, watersports, swimming, fishing and walking. Stop and have picnic at La Balsa Park on Mooloolah River, before following the path that winds through the nearby Point Cartwright Lighthouse Reserve for the perfect day out.
For the best in entertainment and eats, head to the brand-new street-food night market destination – NightQuarter. Located in Birtinya and open Friday and Saturday from 4pm to 10pm, this new attraction has food stalls galore, cultural festivals and live gigs.
If you’re looking for family-friendly activities, the Sunshine Coast’s first indoor trampoline park, Big Boing has more than 50 interconnected trampolines to test your skills. The brood can burn some energy at Rockit Climbing Gym in Warana or make tracks to Alley Oops Indoor Skatepark, where you and the kids can practise kickflips to your heart’s content.
Discover Kawana Shoppingworld home to the first Gold Class and Vmax experience on the Sunshine Coast. Dine on sumptuous seafood by the water at Kawana Waters Hotel or sip on local frothy craft-beer at Your Mates Brewing Co or Malt Shovel Taphouse. To stock up on fresh fruit and vegetables, Kawana Waters Artisans & Farmers Market is held every Saturday and runs from 6:00am to midday.
Sunshine Coast Stadium is a premier facility which hosts an array of sport, community and music events while Venue 114 has an impressive calendar of shows and festivals. In October 2021, Australia’s largest busking festival will kick off on the Sunshine Coast. For a weekend of ultimate culture and entertainment, don’t miss Buskers by the Lake.