True to its name, the sunshine coast is indeed a paradise for those seeking sun-kissed beaches. Be it surfing, diving, snorkeling, a little sunbathing session, a yoga session or just dipping your toes in the water, at Sunshine coast, you can bask in that vitamin sea to your heart’s content. Promising a range of white sandy beaches, a trip to this sunlit haven will promise you nothing but salty hair, happy feet, and picture-perfect memories. Here are a few breathtakingly beautiful beaches, you should not miss during your next roundtrip to this hinterland.
Looking for that secluded beach to bask in the glory of the sun? The First Bay is a hidden jewel perched south of Coolum Main Beach. Here you can take a peaceful stroll, get on a surfboard, give a kick start to your diving journey or even go on a little fishing expedition. Why not try your luck with a fishing rod while at first bay and see if you can bag some Darts, Jewfish, and Strip Mullet? Before you wind up after a long day of fun in the water, lie down on the shores to take in the panoramic vistas unfolding before your eyes.
Cotton Tree Beach
Those staying at Alexandra headlands hotels the likes of the opulent Oaks Sunshine Coast Seaforth resort, cannot miss out on a trip to the beautiful cotton tree beach. The beach is only a few footsteps away from your tropical beachside accommodation, so pack your bags, and have your lunch ready for a full day of laughter at the beach. Known for its relaxed vibes and tranquillity, at Cotton tree beach you can dance to the rhythms of the waves freely at your own pace. Added to this, you can even have your own little Barbeque party with friends or camp out at the adjacent cotton tree holiday park and immerse in the beautiful hues of sunset.
Noosa Main beach
Without a doubt, Noosa’s main beach is one of the most popular beaches on the sunshine coast for a myriad of reasons including its exceptional location, breathtaking views, and nonchalant waves. Blessed with pleasant weather conditions all year round, the beach is the perfect spot for both adults and kids alike for a quick swim or a swift surfing excursion. After a rejuvenating swim, crowds are also seen sitting by the Noosa surf club to enjoy the spectacular beach views.
This hidden gem located in Caloundra, is rapidly topping the Sunshine coast’s most loved beaches. Only a 90-minute drive away from the bustling Brisbane city, Moffat beach boasts plentiful swimming spots, fine dining options, plush little abodes, and picturesque views. Often overshadowed by the adjoining Shelly beach and Dicky beach, it’s time that Moffat beach comes to the limelight with its abundant beauty and serenity. Whilst you enjoy a little picnic by the pine trees lining up the shore or take a dive into the water, be cautious of the waves coming in.