Visitor Information Desk
There’ll never be a shortage of things to see and do on your Sunshine Coast visit. With glorious sunny days and warm water most of the year, it’s an ideal place for outdoor sports and recreation, alfresco dining, hiking, swimming, surfing, snorkelling, scuba diving, cycling, golfing and shopping.
For more information follow the links below or stop by the Visitor Information Desk near the luggage carousel in the arrivals area, where friendly volunteer tourism ambassadors are available to assist with planning your holiday. Be sure to pick up a copy of the Sunshine Coast Official Visitor & Event Guide.
Visitor Information Centres operate throughout the Sunshine Coast region and provide a range of local and regional brochures and information on tours, attractions and accommodation. For specific locations visit the following websites.
Visitor Information Desk
The friendly staff at the Sunshine Coast Visitor Information Desk located in the arrivals area, opposite the luggage carousels will be more than happy to assist you with information on things to do, places to go and where to stay. Enjoy.
Visit Sunshine Coast
Beaches, hiking, surfing, fresh local food and world-class events; from relaxation to adventure, the Sunshine Coast has it all. For more information visitsunshinecoast.com.
Noosa offers a diverse and wonderful experience for everyone who visits. The region has an array of beachfront towns, riverside areas and hinterland communities with a relaxed and casual lifestyle, leaving you wanting more. For more information visitnoosa.com.au
Visit Moreton Bay Region
The Moreton Bay Region is teeming with hinterland hot spots, coastal adventures and numerous events & festivals ideal for all types of holidaymakers. Try skydiving over Bribie Island, go hiking in D’Aguilar National Park, enjoy dining and camping by the beach, take hinterland road trips visiting wineries & quaint towns, indulge in local fare and so much more. For more information visitmoretonbayregion.com.au/
The Gympie region expands from Rainbow Beach,Tin Can Bay, Gympie Town Centre and the Mary Valley out to the rural towns of Kilkivan and Goomeri. It also offers access to the World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. With such diversity you are sure to find something to love. For more information visitgympieregion.com.au
The Fraser Coast is a region of amazing diversity. Fraser Island, Hervey Bay, the Great Barrier Reef and close-encounter whale watching are just some of the world-class attractions that draw in visitors every year. From the World Heritage listed natural wonders, stunning coastline, tranquil hinterland, and ancient rainforests the Fraser Coast offers a natural experience that will immerse you in iconic Australian landscape. For more information visitfrasercoast.com.