The Sunshine Coast’s cultural and creative playground is back in business and welcoming artists and musicians, visitors and audiences, party planners and event organisers once more.
Dance Energy Studios is hosting a series of dance workshops for free in the hopes of bringing back a sense of community.
COVID restrictions force cancellation of one of Australia’s biggest and longest running gardening events. A virtual Facebook event will be held in its place.
WATCH: Today was the official launch of Saltwater Eco Tours, a new, highly anticipated, water based, Indigenous visitor experience on the Sunshine Coast.
This week the Caloundra Music Festival joins the list of local and global event organisers that have made the decision to cancel event plans for this year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As music artists and performers increasingly request the sustainability credentials, Venue 114 – the Sunshine Coast Council owned and operated community venue at Bokarina – has had its sustainability commitment recognised by the world’s leading scientific benchmarking certification and advisory group for travel and tourism.
Nambour’s newest attraction has moved a step closer to completion, with the $840,000 works on the highly anticipated Nambour Heritage Tramway Depot (terminus) building complete and works underway on the tramway tracks.
Sunshine Coast residents and visitors are on top of the world as Australia’s tallest travelling portable observation wheel starts to spin again in Caloundra today.
Mooloolaba Chamber of Commerce has formally joined the #SupportSunshineCoast community campaign to help support jobs and livelihoods in the region.
Sunshine Coast residents and visitors will be on top of the world, when Australia’s tallest travelling portable observation wheel is welcomed back to Caloundra next week.