WATCH: It’s the Summer of Sharks at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast! The Mooloolaba aquarium is giving guests the opportunity to sink their teeth into the world of these fascinating sea creatures during the school holidays and features the return of Shark Dive Xtreme.
WATCH: Extended interview. Along with birthday celebration day details and the unveiling of the new sculpture, Robert opens up about learning to drive, photography, life at the Zoo, the impact of Covid and continuing dad Steve’s legacy.
WATCH: The Events Centre, Caloundra (TEC) is proud to be celebrating 40 years of providing the Sunshine Coast with entertainment and community events, as well as business events, gala dinners and many other events.
WATCH: Australia’s largest high ropes course —Next Level — will be officially opened to the sounds of whizzing zip lines over Cornmeal Creek at Sunshine Plaza in Maroochydore this morning.
WATCH: Youngsters and the young at heart will have a revitalised Nambour Aquatic Centre in 2021, with construction of the new Nambour Splash Park now underway.
Her vibrant artwork is already wrapped around a MINI art car and roving the streets, but last night the laurels kept coming with Natalya Hughes taking out the top gong at the Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2020 announcement.
WATCH: The action at Sunshine Plaza has soared to new heights with today’s announcement that Australia’s largest high ropes course, Next Level, will open its zip lines to the public at 9am on Friday 27 November.
Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson has welcomed the bipartisan support which has been secured from the State Government and the State Opposition to commit $20 million towards the $68 million Stage 1 expansion of the Sunshine Coast Stadium.
The next thrilling event for the stadium will showcase some of the world’s greatest Monster Trucks including Australia number one – Outback Thunda and USA Legend Bearfoot on Saturday November 21.
Local shows across the state will continue to delight, entertain and connect communities with 130 show societies and associations receiving more than $2.1 million from the Queensland Government’s Show Societies Grants Program, to help conduct their annual show.