Can you swim on the Sunshine Coast?
The Sunshine Coast is blessed with a mere 360 days a year of sunshine and great weather for swimming. Luckily the region is paired with a myriad of amazing salt and fresh water-wonderlands for you and your friends to discover and take a dip in!
What can you do on a rainy day on the Sunshine Coast?
Heres just a few ideas for making the most of a rainy day on the Sunshine Coast.Sea Life Sunshine Coast. Indoor aquarium featuring 11 themed zones. Ginger Factory. Caloundra Rollerdome. Sheer Bliss Beauty Day Spa. Sunshine Coast Brewery. Spinners Bar & Bowl Caloundra. Caloundra Events Centre. Caloundra Big Screen.More items •Apr 18, 2017
How long does it take to walk Kondalilla Falls?
between 2-3 hours The Kondalilla Falls circuit is 4.7 km and will take between 2-3 hours to complete. This walk includes more than 100 steps so its quite strenuous, particularly on the way back up!
Which is better Mooloolaba or Maroochydore?
Mooloolaba is much more the place for the younger crowd and has a good choice of restaurants-but remember this is where our wannabe olympians allegedly go swinging. Maroochydore units are mainly along the Maroochy river and Maroochy beach itself usually not much of a swell.
What to do in Mooloolaba when its raining?
Five things to do on a rainy day in MooloolabaGo Shopping. Straight out the front of Oceans Mooloolaba is The Esplanade where some serious retail therapy can be had. Visit Mooloolabas Art Galleries. Mooloolaba Sunshine Coast is home to 2 very well known art galleries. Oceans own Cinema. Sea Life Mooloolaba. Just Stay In.
What day is Eumundi markets?
Eumundi markets is open Wednesday and Saturday.
Are there toilets at Kondalilla Falls?
From the Kondalilla Falls car park, walk 100-metres downhill (with steps) to a large grassed picnic area with barbecues, picnic tables and toilets. There are over 300 stairs on the Kondalilla Falls circuit so you need to be reasonably fit and allow enough time to enjoy this steep walk.
Can you swim at Kondalilla Falls?
The serenity of Kondalilla National Park can be enjoyed year-round, thanks to warm summers and mild winters in the Sunshine Coast. However, if you want to swim at Kondalilla Falls, its best to wait for the warm days of spring and summer, when rains make the falls flourish.