Sunshine Coast, QLD

Australia's Natural Coastal Destination

The Sunshine Coast is a stunning region located one hour north of Brisbane, known for its breathtaking natural landscapes and diverse range of activities. The region is home to a variety of national parks, including the iconic Glass House Mountains, which offer visitors adventure and experience in the great outdoors.

This provides opportunities for wildlife spotting and is a photographers paradise so that you can take home your memories to share with friends and family.

In addition to its natural beauty, the Sunshine Coast offers a range of water-based activities, from surfing and paddleboarding to kayaking and whale watching. The region is also known for its stunning beaches, including Mooloolaba and Noosa, which are popular with both locals and tourists alike.

For those seeking a more cultural experience, the Sunshine Coast has a range of options available, including the Eumundi Markets, which offer a vibrant and bustling atmosphere full of locally-made arts and crafts, and the Yandina Ginger Factory, which offers visitors the chance to learn about the history and production of ginger in Australia.

Overall, the Sunshine Coast is a diverse and exciting destination that offers visitors the chance to experience some of Australia’s most stunning natural landscapes and engage in a range of activities. The NDIS scheme is committed to ensuring that people with disabilities have access to these experiences and activities, and the Sunshine Coast is no exception, with a range of accessibility options available for those who require them.

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