If you think your 2017 can’t get any cooler than it already is, you just wait ‘til you spend the remaining quarter with a splashing weekend on Sunshine Coast. Weekend warriors, adrenaline junkies, and holiday makers will not want to miss out on some of the region’s coolest activities. Welcome Sunshine Coast with open arms as you say yes to worthwhile adventures with your mates.
Enjoy some whale sightseeing as they migrate to cooler seas. Mooloolaba on Sunshine Coast boasts whale watching as one of the many exhilarating activities nature lovers can look forward to, especially during the peak of the whale migration. Sign up for whale watching tours anytime from July through November, and witness the majestic leap of these whales as they journey for cooler oceans at this time of the year.
Surf and flyboard all you want. It doesn’t even matter if you are a pro at these sports. Sunshine Coast has the widest range of surf and fly boarding schools available near the coastline. Don’t be ashamed to try these out! Who knows your mates might even be looking at the next best surfer or fly boarder the decade will ever see.
For more wildlife watching, hop aboard the Caloundra Duck Tours to experience quite an amphibious ride. Embark on a two-hour adventure with your family, to enjoy the best of both worlds. Land and sea. Sea and land. There’s so much to see in places like Bribie Island, Pumicestone Passage, and other parts of Caloundra, and surely such a ride makes for a worthwhile experience.
When it comes to landing an ideal Noosa family holiday accommodation, look no further than Noosa Tropicana. We give you the feeling of home even when you are miles away. From sophisticated apartments to superb guest amenities, you can feel right at home with us. From enjoying the benefits of free access to our swimming pool, a cosy library, barbecue facilities, reliable tour desk assistance, and more, your Sunshine Coast holiday is everything you hope for it to be. Check out our very affordable deals via http://noosatropicana.etourism.net.au today.