Sunshine Coast Foodie Trail

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With its lush, fertile hills and valleys, the Sunshine Coast produces a bounty of fresh local food. From strawberry farms, cooking schools, boutique food shops, markets, restaurants, cafes and a Queensland icon or two, this weekend hop in your car and experience a drive tour that explores the best food destinations in this rich region.

Journey Details

Duration
48 Hours
Distance
56 Kilometres

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Drive to Caloundra Street Fair for a Sunday stroll through various stalls. You will find the markets along Bulcock Street, and they are well worth a visit. You will be able to enjoy fresh seafood, beautiful flowers, plants, books, crafts and hand-made clothes. It will be a fun outing for the whole family.

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They say food is an aphrodisiac and visitors are spoilt for choice on the Sunshine Coast. The Eumundi Markets, home to more than 500 stalls nestled under towering heritage-listed fig trees is definitely worth a stop. Staged each Saturday and Wednesday, this is a great place to start your romantic journey and also Australia's art, craft and produce market. You will discover original artworks, sculptures, and furniture, handmade toys, home wares, and skincare, cutting edge fashion and jewellery by local designers, as well as fresh local produce.

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Continue your fruity adventure as you drive to Woombye and The Big Pineapple where you can climb inside the 16 metre yellow and green structure. On selected days you can take a train ride round the plantation, walk through the rainforest or visit the animal zoo where you'll find alpacas, miniature ponies, goats, sheep and chickens.

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Fifteen minutes further south, and located just off the Bruce Highway (Pacific Coast Way), Palmview is a strawberry farm where the juicy fruit is ripe for the picking. Grab a punnet and chat to the friendly staff who will direct you to the best patch. The ideal time to pick your own strawberries is between November and May. Enjoy one of the varieties of strawberry treats on offer at the cafe to complete this delicious Queensland drive.

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