The Sunshine Coast provides everything you could ever need from a holiday destination.
With its beautiful scenery, awe-inspiring wildlife, excellent shopping, delicious food and pristine beaches, there is something here for the entire family to enjoy. No wonder then that the Sunshine Coast is one of Australia’s most popular holiday destinations.
Where to stay – Ingenia Holiday Park Noosa
The family-friendly Ingenia Holiday Park, located close to the beach at Cooroy-Noosa, provides a range of accommodation and pitch sizes to suit all types of caravans and motorhomes. The park is ideally located to explore the sites of Noosa National Park and is just a few minutes drive from the town of Tewantin.
The grounds of the site are beautifully landscaped with concrete and grass pitches available. All pitches also come complete with power points and easy access to toilet drops. On-site facilities include a large swimming pool complex, a family-friendly BBQ area, laundry facilities, Wi-Fi and a kiosk. There is also a large play area and well-equipped games room for children to enjoy.
Where to eat
The campsite itself includes a large BBQ area which is perfect for family get-togethers. Guests can also use the well-equipped campsite kitchen to prepare food. But if you don’t feel like cooking the town of Tewantin, just five minutes away, has a range of restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets.
Head on down to the Noosa Waterfront in Tewantin where you’ll find several excellent sea-food restaurants including Maisie’s Seafood & Steakhouse, Whisky Boy and Madmegs + Co. There is also a wide range of other cuisines available in the area including authentic Italian, Chinese, Indian and Thai.
Things to do
Noosa National Park is one of the most visited sites in Queensland Australia. When you get here you’ll see why. With a warm temperate climate throughout the year, this area is ideal for outdoor sports and recreation. There is something here for everyone to enjoy from adrenaline junkies to those seeking a little relaxation.
Wildlife lovers will want to visit between July and November to take advantage of the daily whale watching tours. If you’re feeling a little adventurous tropical trek’s and guided bush walks are available which explore the beautiful unspoilt Cooloola Coastline. There is also a range of outdoor activities including; surf lessons, kayaking, scuba diving, riverboat hire, paddle boarding, pony trekking, eco safaris and more.
So if you’re looking for a somewhere to stay which suits the whole family and won’t break the bank. You can do a lot worse than visiting Queensland’s naturally refreshing Sunshine Coast.