Resort-style Sunshine Coast Seaside Luxury House

Resort-style Sunshine Coast Seaside Luxury House

Warren & Alana

 

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Large, comfortable, resort-style Family Home
4 bedrooms
2 bathrooms with bath and separate shower, as well as powder room on main floor
Ducted air conditioning
One and a half km to stunning, patrolled white sand beaches on the Sunshine Coast
Lake Kawana across the road
Large fenced pool and spa
Sauna
Gym room with cross-trainer and stationary recumbent bike
Close to stadium, shops, restaurants, entertainment venues
Surrounded by dedicated walking/ bike paths
Non-smoking
No pets.

Features

More about us

  1. We are a great family unit. Friendly, fun, adventurous, kind and respectful. We are both nonsmoking professionals.

  2. Alana and I both work in Healthcare in Queensland, and run an art gallery.

  3. Passionate about travelling and experiencing culture

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Where is it?

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Sunshine Coast is a regional area in South-East Queensland, Australia. Located 100 km (62 mi) north of the centre of Brisbane, on the Coral Sea coastline, its urban area spans approximately 60 km (37 mi) of coastline and hinterland from Pelican Waters to Tewantin.

The Sunshine Coast is served by the Sunshine Coast Airport 10 km north of Maroochydore, though many tourists also arrive from Brisbane Airport which is 100 km to the south.

It’s a beach-lover’s paradise! From Point Cartwright in the north to Currimundi Lake in the south, Kawana Beach at nine kilometres long is one of the Sunshine Coast’s longest stretches of sand. Find your very own secluded spot to relax. Beyond the beach, you will find shopping, watersports, swimming, fishing and walking.

Stop and have picnic at La Balsa Park on Mooloolah River, before following the path that winds through the nearby Point Cartwright Lighthouse Reserve for the perfect day out.

Noosa Main Beach, Alexandra Headland, Mooloolaba (the spit) and Coolum Beach are nationally recognized surfing beaches

The Sunshine Coast is home to more individual national parks than any other region in Queensland. The natural biodiversity of the area has been protected by five separate parks in both coastal and inland regions, including Mapleton Falls National Park, Kondalilla National Park, The Glass House Mountains National Park, Noosa National Park, and the Great Sandy National Park, which includes sections on Fraser Island and in Cooloola near Rainbow Beach.

The Sunshine Coast is a centre for tourism, attracting more than 3.2 million visitors a year. There are significant attractions, such as Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo, Sea Life Sunshine Coast Aquarium, Aussie World, the Buderim Ginger Factory, the Big Pineapple, Wildlife HQ, NightQuarter, an Eat Street-style precinct with live music, the Eumundi Markets, Maleny Botanic Gardens and Bird World, Big Kart Track and the Majestic Theatre, Pomona.

The Sunshine Coast is also a great base to then take off and go exploring Southeast Queensland, including Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, as well as Fraser Island with the stunning Lake McKenzie. Girraween and Main Range National Parks are also worth a visit. Or hop on a boat to visit Bribie, Morton, or North and South Stradbrook Islands. Snorkel the wrecks at Tangalooma on Moreton Island, go for a bushwalk to the Glasshouse Mountains, feed a wild dolphin at Tin Can bay then head out to Carlo Sandblow or hop in a kayak to paddle up the Noosa Everglades.

Buzzy restaurants
Sum Yung Guys, Spirit House, Spice Bar Mooloolaba, Tides Waterfront Dining, Pier 33, Amici Cafe, Mets on Kings,
Cool bars
Malt Shovel Taphouse, Your Mates Brewery, Solbar, Rick's Garage, Moffat Beach Brewing Co, Paradise Rum, Drift Bar, The Rooftop Bar and Garden
Cozy cafés
Pavilion Kiosk Cafe Caloundra, Poets Cafe Montville, Coffee Cat on King's Beach, Decisions Cafe, The Pocket Espresso Bar, Mayfield Patisserie and chocolates, Sandbar Cafe, the Green Zebra
Retail therapy
Sunshine Plaza. Hasting's Street Noosa, Montville main street, Eumundi Markets
Bit of culture
Venue 114, Sunshine Coast Stadium, Caloundra Events Centre, Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Southbank Brisbane
Walks in the park
Kathleen McArthur Park, Mount Coolum, Noosa National Park, Carlo Sandblow, Mount Ngungun, Mary Cairncross Park Maleny
Spot of exercise
Swimming at King's Beach pool, between the flags at the beach, Stand-up paddle boarding,, kayak, walking/ biking around lake Kawana or down the foreshore pathway, Big Boing Trampoline Park, Aqua Park Coolum, Rockit Climbing Gym,.
Day tripping
Equathon Horse Riding, Kenilworth Bakery, the Mary Valley Rattler, Feed the wild dolphins at Tin Can Bay, Rainbow Beach,, hire a boat or jetski,

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