BIG4 Holiday Parks in Sunshine Coast

BIG4 Holiday Parks in Sunshine Coast

Queensland, Australia

The Sunshine Coast is a sparkling region, bursting with treasure so immense and versatile you won’t want to leave.

Shimmering coastline, rivers, and lakes, lush hinterland with beautiful rainforests and imposing mountain ranges, and a relaxing holiday vibe are all crammed into the Sunshine Coast.

A stream of alluring towns and villages are pinned along the coast as well as inland. BIG4 has Sunshine Coast accommodation covered, offering self-contained cabin, caravan, and camping at Caloundra, Forest Glen, Maroochydore, and Tewantin.

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Overview

The Sunshine Coast is a sparkling region, bursting with treasure so immense and versatile you won’t want to leave.

Shimmering coastline, rivers, and lakes, lush hinterland with beautiful rainforests and imposing mountain ranges, and a relaxing holiday vibe are all crammed into the Sunshine Coast.

A stream of alluring towns and villages are pinned along the coast as well as inland. BIG4 has Sunshine Coast accommodation covered, offering self-contained cabin, caravan, and camping at Caloundra, Forest Glen, Maroochydore, and Tewantin.

Things to See and Do in Sunshine Coast

There's no shortage of attractions to keep you occupied when visiting the Sunshine Coast.

The stunning coastline hogs much attention, and rightly so. The Sunshine Coast has bountiful beaches that regularly pull a crowd and suit swimming and surfing. Among the many gems are Kings Beach at Caloundra, Peregian Beach, and Coolum Beach.

Noosa is a sub-region of the Sunshine Coast and among its main centres is Noosa Heads. Here, a stroll along vibrant Hastings Street reveals designer label shops and superb dining options.

The Blackall Ranges are a Sunshine Coast hinterland highlight, dotted with charming towns and villages that showcase a rich art and craft scene. While here, stroll through gem-packed national parks. The Caloundra Regional Gallery and Noosa Regional Gallery at Tewantin are other leading art galleries closer to the coast.

The Glass House Mountains are a standout feature of the Sunshine Coast – these imposing volcanic peaks make for an essential photo.

Further north and also inland is the old gold-mining town of Gympie. Delightful heritage buildings and gold-fossicking opportunities are profound reminders of its prosperous past.

Other Sunshine Coast highlights include Australia Zoo at Beerwah, a highly acclaimed and hugely entertaining attraction; Mooloolaba’s Underwater World, which has a profusion of marine life; and the Queensland Air Museum at Caloundra.

In addition, the Sunshine Coast has abundant markets that are held regularly as well as an enviable selection of first-rate golf courses.

Glass House Mountains National Park

Glass House Mountains National Park

Maroochydore at dusk

Maroochydore at dusk

Kings Beach, Caloundra

Kings Beach, Caloundra