Mooloolaba is the place for your dream holiday. With experiences for all ages, go whale watching, learn to scuba dive or try some of freshest seafood you’ve ever had. Whether you’re looking for an escape from the city, retreating from cold weather or even doing a ‘staycation’, beachside bliss is right at your feet.
Manager of Landmark Resort, Brett Thompson said that variety of things you can do in Mooloolaba is the difference-maker.
“The diversity we offer can’t be matched,” he said.
“We have such a diverse range in our region, The Wharf, The Spit, and Main Beach.”
These all within walking distance wherever you choose to stay, from the camping ground to 5-star hotel with oceanfront views, everyone has access to Mooloolaba’s best.
Mooloolaba Beach is ranked the best beach on the Sunshine Coast and in fourth place in all of Australia by Trip Advisor. A holiday dream come true; this beach is for all times of the day. Starting your morning off with a swim before carrying on for a coffee, reading underneath you beach umbrella and sticking around just long enough to watch the sunset.
The Wharf is the centre of things family, food and fun. In Sea Life Mooloolaba, discover all sorts of creatures from our Australian shores. Meet the little blue penguins, watch the seal show, explore the ocean tunnel and more. For more adventure head out to the seas and learn to scuba dive, do some whale watching or go our for some deep-sea fishing.
A wander through the Wharf will have your stomach grumbling in no time. Anchored by a Savvy Squire brewery and pub, one of only four in Australia, you cannot make a wrong move choosing to eat at the Wharf. From The Asian stylings of Rice Boi, extravagant 7-scoop sundae in Ninth Street or going for a classic Italian at il Vento.
The Mooloolaba Esplanade is filled with waterfront cafés and stores across the 600m stretch. From souvenirs and towels to designer label clothes and swimwear, the shops will make sure you’re looking your best on your holidays. Or grab breakfast, lunch or dinner at any of the cafés or restaurants and enjoy the beach view. On the southern end of the Esplanade you can find the legendary Surf Club Mooloolaba. For Brett it is definitely on his recommended list.
“A great spot to relax and unwind after a long day at the beach,” he said.
“Oceanfront dining, great place for beer during the sunset in the afternoon.”
Fresh caught Seafood straight from the ocean, what could be better? While you may be able to on an adventure fishing trip, some may wish to enjoy fresh seafood without the having to brave the high seas. The wholesale seafood markets down by the Spit, means you can buy any seafood you can think going from ocean to ship into your hands. So pick up some of our famous Mooloolaba prawns, settle down on the beach and enjoy the freshest seafood you’ve ever had.