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

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.