Have you ever tried visiting the famous heritage listed Big Pineapple attraction on Sunshine Coast? If you haven’t, this is your chance to spend a day out with your loved ones as it opens daily from 9 AM ‘til 4 PM. Being the most photographed BIG thing in this part of Queensland, The Big Pineapple is really quite hard to miss. Visitors take selfies as they explore the attraction’s viewing deck for free.
It also features a Pineapple Train, which departs every half hour until 3:30 PM. Ride the train and journey through the biggest, curviest and steepest climbing track which Queensland Railway has to offer. Imagine viewing rainforests, orchids, bamboo forests, and neighbouring native and exotic zoo animals as you enter the Wildlife HQ.Train fare costs $5 per person; children under 3 years of age may join the ride for free.
Meanwhile, for snacks, a hot cup of coffee, or a helpful of Big Pineapple Fruit Salad Parfait, you may head over to The Pineapple Shop and Cafe. It’s open daily from 6 AM ‘til 3 PM. Enquire about our services via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meanwhile, if you and your family are hungry for more Sunshine Coast activities, why not consider extending your stay for an entire week? A home located along Noosa Parade, Noosa Sound is perfect. Indulge in a beautiful second home within any of our Noosa Family Holiday Accommodation. Noosa Tropicana enables you to check some of Sunshine Coast’s world famous destinations and fun-filled activities off your itinerary this season. Our broad range of apartments feature lush living spaces plus first-rate guest amenities, which you and your loved ones will surely love. At Noosa Tropicana, you will be able to enjoy stable WiFi access, lounge in our cool mini library like a true blue bookworm, take refreshing dips in our sparkling swimming pool, and enjoy scrumptious barbecue and a few beers over at our spacious barbecue and entertainment area. You are also free to consult our friendly tour desk staff for awesome travel advice. Go ahead, view and book our deals via http://noosatropicana.etourism.net.au.
Image Source : The Big Pineapple