A Mooloolaba holiday is a waking dream to be shared by your whole family. You can step out of your accommodation and onto the pure white sand of Mooloolaba Beach within two minutes, or cycle up the road to Mooloolaba Spit for calm, sheltered swimming and excellent seafood cafes.
Enjoy the shopping and foodie delights along Mooloolaba’s glamorous beachfront esplanade full of outdoor cafes, juice bars, alfresco restaurants, and fashion boutiques. With attractions like the exciting SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast and the marina, as well as some of the Sunshine Coast’s best dining, there is non-stop entertainment available for any age.
The Esplanade even boasts a public loo with a view of the vast sweep of the Pacific. This quirky icon says a lot about the place and the way it manages to combine awesome natural beauty with a down to earth heart. Mooloolaba is the Sunshine Coast’s holiday centre, where everyone goes to unwind and be looked after at one of the safest and most family-friendly surf beaches in Australia.
Looking for things to do in Mooloolaba? For the foodies you have the Parkyn Parade seafood precinct, or try catching lunch yourself on a fishing charter on the serene waters of the Maroochy River and out to the bay. You can experience our beautiful reefs and colourful fish species on a scuba diving expedition, which may take you to explore the sunken wreck of the ex HMAS Brisbane. Or visit the wharf and aquarium at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast and swim with a seal. In winter you can treat yourself to a life-changing whale watching and whale swim tour from the marina and discover just how intelligent those huge creatures really are, or head down to the spit and watch the fishing boats come in with the fresh catch of the day.
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