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If a laid-back beachside holiday is your idea of heaven, then beat a path to the best kept
secret on the Sunshine Coast, Mudjimba.
This secluded stretch of golden beach is surrounded on two sides by the clear, blue waters of
the Pacific Ocean and Maroochy River and flanked by the Maroochy River Conservation Park.
Tucked away from the main roads of the Sunshine Coast, Mudjimba is the perfect retreat for a relaxed holiday with family or friends where sun, surf and sand are the order of the day.
With its wide open beach, Mudjimba attracts serious surfers in search of the perfect swell;
however the patrolled areas of the beach are also safe for the kids to practice on the boogie board.
We challenge to you to find Nemo snorkelling just offshore at Old Woman Island
with a Sunreef tour. This area is home to an abundance of marine life including dolphins, turtles, stingrays, crayfish, wobbegongs, eels, and starfish.
Mudjimba Beach Holiday Park has undergone a $620,000 upgrade to fully service the 31 existing sites. The upgrade also includes construction of 24 fully serviced slab sites (for caravans) and seven fully serviced powered grass sites (for recreation vehicles and tents).
Marcoola Beach is located just north of Maroochy River and boasts quiet uncrowded beaches, which are best suited for serious surfers and walkers.
Marcoola Beach is a great escape - unwind for a quiet barbecue or picnic with open grassy
parkland, shady trees and children's park. Ample apartment style accommodation, as well as a range of hotels are available with eateries nearby including the Marcoola Surf Lifesaving Club a popular option.
Marcoola Market is relaxed celebration of food, music and good times. Held every Friday from 4pm to 8pm, this beachside market offers the best international flavours and fresh produce. They also hold a local Farmer's Market on Saturday from 8am-12pm.