Sunshine Coast is a place that’s perfect for adventures all year round. Now that restrictions start to ease up in various places, planning your Easter holiday is easy breezy. If you have kids and are planning to take them on a much-needed break, booking an Easter holiday accommodation ahead of time is a smart move.
For the past year or so, lockdown restrictions may have kept you from doing the usual Easter activities. With this helpful guide, you can still have fun celebrating Easter with your loved ones on Sunshine Coast.
How To Spend Easter Holiday on Sunshine Coast
1. Go birdwatching. The Maroochy River estuary on the Sunshine Coast is a famous spot for bird watching. You can find various waders and terns during low tide on the south channel of the river. You can usually see these waders in the vicinity of Goat Island. This river estuary is also a great place for fishing, swimming and other recreational activities. Bring your spotting scope and have fun identifying bird species with your loved ones.
2. Spend a day at the beach. Being on lockdown means you and your family have spent too much time snuggling on the couch and watching TV. Use the Easter holidays to get the chance to keep moving by going to the beach and enjoy water activities with friends or family. You can also run along the shore or walk the coastal trails to stay in shape. Book one of the renowned Queensland holiday rentals for that memorable sweet escape.
3. Fly a kite. Easter holidays don’t always involve hunting eggs. Sometimes, you can have fun by doing simple moments such as kite flying or kite surfing. You can find a reliable kitesurfing school in Sunshine Coast so you can be a safe and confident kiteboarder after a few sessions. Just be sure to book an Easter holiday accommodation to complete your sessions.
4. Go out and explore Sunshine Coast on a bike. Nothing beats the joy of riding a bike while exploring the Sunshine Coast. This bike-friendly area is full of glorious cycling routes with diverse roads for cyclists to experience the natural beauty of the Sunshine Coast. It’s not all about coastlines. Its picturesque rolling hills and charming country towns will truly capture the hearts of cycling enthusiasts.
5. Go hiking. One of Sunshine Coast’s best-kept secrets is the Hinterland. This is particularly great not just for cyclists but for hikers as well. The Hinterland consists of Kondalilla Falls, Mapleton Falls, Gheerulla Falls, Mt Ngungun and Booloumba Falls. Hiking in the Hinterland is a great way to experience Sunshine Coast like never before. If you are looking for an action-packed Easter Holiday adventure, Sunshine Coast trails are tried and tested to get your heart racing and your face glowing after each hike.
6. Enjoy a traditional meal. Easter is a great time to eat and drink with your family. You can find various Sunshine Coast cafes, restaurants and bars that are open to prepare takeaway food. Simply order a takeout meal and enjoy good food at your Easter holiday accommodation with your loved ones. Don’t forget Aussies all-time favourite Sunshine Coast breweries for your locally brewed beer to get you through a long weekend. You can also call your favourite restaurant and have food delivered straight to your accommodation.
Easter is a great time for a family escapade and spending quality time together. When you are on the Sunshine Coast, you wouldn’t want to miss a thing. To be on the safe side, book a Sunshine Coast holiday house and witness this natural paradise.
Don’t forget to pack your essentials, especially your sunscreen. Having too much fun in the sun can be harmful to your skin. If you have pets, look for Caloundra pet friendly holiday accommodation so your furry friends can still join the fun. You can connect with us to learn more.