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Price and Availability Index in Sunshine Beach
Holiday Letting Price Information in Sunshine Beach
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Sunshine Beach. The most expensive dates to travel to Sunshine Beach are in December (22/12 - 29/12). Prices are more affordable in June (01/06 - 08/06).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Sunshine Beach
Check how busy Sunshine Beach is with our availability graph. In December (22/12 - 29/12), only 32 are available. March (30/03 - 06/04) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
Sunshine Beach encapsulates everything Aussie, from sun-kissed beaches and BBQs to stunning apartments with an abundance of outdoor space. Holiday rentals in Sunshine Beach are typically beach-style house or apartments, often with a pool and outdoor space where you can make the most of the glorious weather.
Eating out in Sunshine Beach
This small suburban area of the Sunshine Coast is packed with excellent eateries serving fresh seafood and classic Aussie BBQ dishes. Sails, in Noosa, is a firm favourite, while Sunshine Beach Surf Club is a little more casual and the ideal spot for a quick bite at lunchtime.
There's no shortage of superb Asian-inspired dining places. Sum Yung Guys, where you can get some fantastic Asian fusion dishes in a modern setting, is highly rated among locals for its chic design and innovative menu. For a taste of India, visit Kalli Gourmet, which has been serving up some of the best curries in town for generations – booking here is highly recommended. If you need a caffeine boost, head to Costa Noosa Espresso, which is as famed for it coffee as its excellent sea views.
Cultural pursuits in Sunshine Beach
The Noosa area is famed for its rich heritage, and there are plenty of cultural adventures to be had when you visit Sunshine Beach. Noosa Regional Gallery, the largest of its kind in the area, features a range of contemporary art as well as temporary exhibitions from across the country.
For a lazy but inspired afternoon, head to the Vintage Junction, where you can browse kitschy cafés and boutiques selling all manner of collectables. For a spot of evening entertainment, a visit to the Majestic Theatre is a must. This heritage-listed building is the sole remaining silent film theatre in the world!
Out and about around Sunshine Beach
Sunshine Beach enjoys a prime location in the heart of the Sunshine Coast. If you're aiming to bask on the beach, you'll be spoilt for choice – Castaways and Marcus Beach are just two of the area's fantastic options. Both are located south of Sunshine Beach.
As well as stunning stretches of coastline, the interiors are awash with verdant landscapes waiting to be discovered on a day trip from Sunshine Beach. Great Sandy National Park is 73km north, and the heart of the Sunshine Coast is just 30km south. Here, you'll find elegant beaches and boutiques, as well as upscale cocktail bars and nightclubs. Brisbane, the state's largest city, is just under 2 hours' drive from Sunshine Beach and can be easily visited on a day trip.
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