Fact sheets

Download our fact sheets to find out more about Sunshine Coast featured locations and experiences. You can also view our media releases to stay up to date with the latest campaign activity and news.

Pumicestone Passage 

Pumicestone Passage is recognised as one of the most important bird and marine habitats on the east coast of Australia. The passage stretches for 35 kilometres, from Caloundra in the north to Deception Bay in the south. 

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Great Sandy National Park and Great Sandy Biosphere

With its endless stretches of white sand, deserted beaches, abundant birdlife and picture-perfect sunrises – the Great Sandy National Park is one of the many reasons that nature-lovers visit the Sunshine Coast.

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Noosa National Park and Noosa Biosphere

The Noosa Biosphere Reserve is an internationally protected area that is formally recognised by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and Man and the Biosphere (MAB) program for its highly diverse ecosystem.

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Sunshine Coast Seafood Industry

As one of the busiest ports on the eastern seaboard of Australia, Mooloolaba has the freshest seafood on the Sunshine Coast. The Coast is also home to strong aquaculture industries – with Red Claw Crayfish, Barramundi and various species of prawns farmed extensively in the region along with experimental species such as eels.

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The Glass House Mountains

The magnificent rocky outcrops that make up the Glass House Mountains are actually remnants of volcanic activity that occurred about 25–27 million years ago. Today, they have become iconic landmarks on the Sunshine Coast and a popular location for bushwalkers and hikers to explore. 

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