The Sunshine Coast is located in Queensland, on the north-eastern coast of Australia. Located approximately 1 hour north of Queensland’s state capital of Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast spans about 60kms off the Pacific Ocean coastline from Pelican Waters to Tewantin.
As a top travel destination in Australia, the Sunshine Coast has a range of activities and attractions within its borders, which attract thousands of visitors each year.
Sunshine Coast Map, Hinterland & Suburbs, Queensland
The Sunshine Coast also extends west to include a range of national parks in the green rainforest hinterland areas, including; Mapleton Falls National Park, Kondalilla National Park, The Glass House Mountains National Park, Noosa National Park, and the Great Sandy National Park, which includes sections on Fraser Island and in Cooloola near Rainbow Beach.
The Sunshine Coast also houses a wide variety of popular attractions with tourists, including the Big Pineapple, Australia Zoo, Aussie World, the Ginger Factory and the Eumundi Market.