6 Sunny Beaches around Queensland, Australia

Australia is renowned all around the world for its beaches and it is not hard to guess why: the country’s beaches are not only universally high-quality but are also plentiful. Aussies take pride in – and take care of – their beaches, maintaining them generally pollution-free and clean. Here is a list of 6 sunny beaches that are a better way to enjoy your holiday in Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia.

Noosa Main Beach

Noosa Main Beach is pretty much the best highlight of what the Sunshine Coast offers. It has got pristine waves and waters as well as picture-perfect sand ideal for swimming. The beach is easily accessible, well-patrolled, and rich in shore-dwelling and marine wildlife. Whales can be spotted when migrating every year and pods of dolphins also frequent its waters. Noosa also boasts wonderful surfing conditions, serving as the host of the annual “Noosa Festival of Surfing” every March.

Noosa Main Beach

Noosa Main Beach

The beach’s conditions are more sheltered than those of any other beach in similar circumstances, making it an option for those seeking for some fun.

Maroochydore Beach

Breathe in the salty air of the ocean and listen to the wave sounds at Maroochydore Beach. With a walkway to one of the most stunning beaches on the Coast, there’s nothing between the ocean and you.

Maroochydore offers surfers some brilliant waters and waves, and is simply excellent for young fishers, water skiers, boaters and swimmers.

Families will fall in love the abundance of accommodation in Maroochydore Beach. In addition there are parks, picnic and bbq facilities and the beach is located next to one of the largest Surf Clubs in the coast. Drop in for a good drink or meal at the RSL or Surf Club with friends and family or sample some of the eateries in the area.

Mooloolaba Beach

Mooloolaba Beach is one of the most beautiful and safest beaches on the “Sunny Coast”. The north-facing beach provides protection from the prevailing south easterlies and southerlies, which ensures near-perfect conditions all throughout the year.

Mooloolaba Beach

Mooloolaba Beach

Kings Beach

Whenever you visit Kings Beach, you will be assured of lots of fun since the place has amazing atmosphere all year round.
Between the child friendly water fountain (with its time delayed surprise water spurts), enchanting rock pools, the oceanfront salt-water swimming pool with protected areas, a holiday at Kings Beach is totally thrilling.

Peregian Beach

Peregian Beach

Peregian Beach is a community-minded beach on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. It has a centrally-located shopping village, a shady town square filled with trendy cafes, gift stores and cutting-edge fashion stores. Visitors can stroll around the little Peregian town, then cross over to the beachfront park and children’s playground, as well as the popular local Surf-Club.


Bulcock Beach

Bulcock is a lovely beach with restaurants and cafes. Great chips and fish and a variety of beach side picnic areas to enjoy! All of these in one lovely spot. Chips and fish and a beautiful sunset…amazing! Not so many people on weekdays, however, tends to get a little busy on Saturdays and Sundays. If you want that awesome, not so touristy, beach to visit, then try Bulcock, magic all throughout the year, plus so much to do and see there.


Remember to stay healthy, drink a lot of water and protect yourself from the sun during your vacation.


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