The Sunshine Coast has been voted one of the ‘Most Loved Destinations in the World’ – and its sunny disposition radiates far beyond its beaches.
Venture into the hinterland and you’re sure to find a quaint town or charming village. Take beautiful Eumundi, inland from Noosa – known for its quirky artisan vibe, galleries, boutiques, famous markets and colourful street art!
Local artists like Rene have transformed the town into a living canvas. Discover the town’s artworks for yourself with a Eumundi Street Art Trail Map.
There’s creativity in every corner of this country town – with artworks across walls, down alley ways, on bins, menus, and inside cafes and pubs!
From art on the wall – to art on a plate… Spirit House Restaurant at Yandina takes diners on a delicious journey through Asia.
Its award-winning menu comes with a soundtrack of birdsong, frogs and trickling streams – thanks to its lush sub-tropical garden setting.
Like to recreate a slice of this exotic paradise? Head Chef Kelly Lord and his team hold daily hands-on cooking classes.
Up to 18 guests can throw on an apron in the purpose-built cooking school and learn the chef’s secrets to authentic Asian cuisine.
There are 15 different classes on offer, from BBQ to banquet and seafood to vegetarian.
The best part is you get to enjoy the results of your culinary efforts over a post-class lunch.
With full heart and belly, a comfy pillow might be in order.
The Yandina Hotel is just down the road and has been welcoming weary travelers for more than a century.
Once a Cobb & Co staging depot, the pub is still a popular watering hole for those travelling via modern horsepower. Throw on the nose-bag – so to speak – and tuck into traditional and heart country pub food.
It’s the kind of good old-fashioned hospitality you’ll only find at one of the Sunshine Coast’s best-loved heritage hotels.
To plan your next Sunshine Coast adventure head to visitsunshinecoast.com