With something for everyone, the Twin Waters suburb of Queensland Australia is a suburb of the Sunshine Coastal area. This region is a big tourist district and has wonderful shopping, nightlife and of course, water activities. A group of friends or family vacationers could hang about an all inclusive resort which has a bit of everything right there so that no one has to go out of the area unless they want to do a bit of sightseeing or perhaps a museum visit.
Mt Coolum Golf Club For the golfers in the group there are beautiful, scenic golf courses starting with the Mount Coolum Golf Club. This golfing range sponsors a monthly metal competition, typically held on the first Saturday of each month and there are different prizes for the winner. This championship, 18 hole, par 72 course is not for the faint of heart. There are other games of golf in and around town including the Golf Qld, Golf Australia and Sunshine Coast Golf.
If lying on the beach, soaking up the sun is more your style, then the Mooloolaba beach is the perfect choice. The white sandy beaches and lots of water sports will keep people busy all day or all week. There is snorkelling, deep sea fishing, wind surfing or boogie boarding. For those who like their water activities a little calmer, there are hundreds of chairs for lounging by the shore to soak up the sun and maybe take a dip in the surf.
Australia Zoo Also along the Mooloolaba region is the famous Australia Zoo which was home to the late Croc Hunter and now his lovely daughter, Bindi. This is a great zoo in which to spend a day with the many different animals. And spend the day one will; an individual can play, pet and feed many of the different species and breeds of wildlife.
Known for its various different shopping and restaurant experiences and Mooloolaba holiday apartments, this region is also popular for the unique and unusual architectural built structures one could admire and visit while on their trip. After that, head to the Aussie World amusement park that has over 30 games and rides to choose from to thrill and entertain you. There is also the Big Kart Track that allows its guests a place to navigate chicanes, wild bends and hairpin turns in the small highway, what an adrenalin rush.
Cotton Tree is another great place to visit while vacationing in the Waters of Twin region and it’s one of the best kept secrets. This area lies between the ocean and the opening of the river. Each Sunday morning features a market of produce, different types of wares and handicrafts. Thousands of tourists and locals flock to the market every weekend and this is a great holiday destination for hundreds of travellers.
the Big Pineapple Also a symbol of Queensland it the Big Pineapple, a major iconic symbol of the area on the Sunshine Coast and for many years, it has been amusing visitors. The plantation train will help take people around the farm to see everything they have every wanted to see about the pineapple.
A drive along the Blackall Range is where a lot of the tourists take their peaceful and relaxing drives to view and visit the Flaxton with the examples of the different early ‘Queenslanders’ with their solid timber houses and lots of character in their buildings, many with the verandas of spacious build. Viewing is never a problem here for they sit atop a ridge and the Twin Waters is not far so a quick day trip would be in order for a group of travellers or a family.