The Sunshine Coast is aptly named: this stunning stretch of coastline basks in Australia’s most temperate weather making it a relaxing holiday destination in any season.
Its beaches, from Coolum in the north to Caloundra in the south, are some of the best in the country, arcs of golden sand lapped by the revitalising waters of the Pacific Ocean.
And its hinterland, incorporating such natural wonders as the Glasshouse Mountains and the Blackall Range, will rejuvenate the most jaded of travellers.
If you enjoy the ambience of an open-air market, then the Sunshine Coast has some of the best, including the famous Eumundi Markets.
And at Australia Zoo you’ll have a chance to get close to some of our more exotic residents.
Though only 100km from Brisbane, and an easy trip by road or rail, the Sunshine Coast boasts its own airport at Maroochydore with direct flights from Sydney and Melbourne.
Easy to get to, even easier to love, the Sunshine Coast is, indeed, naturally refreshing.
All the Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks are conveniently located, allowing guests direct access to sun, sand and surf.
Whatever your interest – swimming, surfing, boating, fishing, bushwalking or just kicking back on the beach, there’s a park that’s the right fit for you.
It doesn’t matter if you are a camper, a caravanner, or prefer the luxury of a villa our parks will take the hassle out of your holiday.
Coolum Beach is undoubtedly the quintessential Australian surf beach and what better way to enjoy it than staying on absolute beach frontage at the Coolum Beach Holiday Park. Sites with direct access to the patrolled surf of Coolum Beach make this park one of the Sunshine Coast’s most popular camping and caravan destinations.
Located next to the Surf Club, Coolum Beach Holiday Park is set on ten acres of pristine beachfront land. Wander along the soft white sand and listen to the sounds of the waves or find a shady spot to relax and unwind under the Pandanus trees and Casuarinas.
The park is in easy walking distance to shops and restaurants, as well as the Surf Club and the Coolum Beach Bowls.
Stroll along the headland boardwalk, cycle along the designated bike paths, take your pick of two nearby golf courses or walk to the top of Mt Coolum and take in the spectacular views across the Sunshine Coast. There is plenty of excitement for everyone.
Coolum Beach Holiday Park also accepts dogs on application. Please peruse the Dog Friendly – Conditions of Acceptance document for your information and consideration prior to making an application.
Coolum Beach Holiday Park caters for all camping options from two-man tents to 5th-wheelers. There are powered caravan sites each with a concrete slab for your annex. There are also powered tent sites perched on top of the dunes with uninterrupted views out to the ocean and direct access to the beach. This offers the perfect camping experience.