Attractions

Top Choice Market in Eumundi

Eumundi Markets

This is one of Australia's most famous and atmospheric artisan markets, attracting over 1.6m visitors a year to its 600-plus stalls. Dive into a leafy, bohemian wonderland of hand-crafted furniture, jewellery, cloth…
Top Choice Museum in Bribie Island

Abbey Museum

The Abbey Museum houses an extraordinary collection of art and archaeology. Once the private collection of Englishman 'Reverend' John Ward, the pieces include neolithic tools, medieval manuscripts and even an ancien…
Top Choice Zoo in Glass House Mountains

Australia Zoo

Just north of Beerwah is one of Queensland’s, if not Australia’s, most famous tourist attractions. Australia Zoo is a fitting homage to its founder, zany wildlife enthusiast Steve Irwin. The park has an amazing mena…
Top Choice Nature Reserve in Maleny

Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve

The stunning Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve allows visitors to experience the subtropical rainforests that once blanketed the Blackall Range. Spread over 55 hectares southeast of central Maleny, the reserve includes…
National Park in Noosa

Noosa National Park

Covering the headland, this is one of Noosa's top sights; the most scenic way to reach it is to follow the boardwalk along the coast from town. The park's walking tracks lead to stunning coastal scenery, idyllic bay…
National Park in Great Sandy National Park: Cooloola Section

Great Sandy National Park: Cooloola Section

Extending from Lake Cootharaba north to Rainbow Beach, this 54,000 hectare section of national park offers wide ocean beaches, soaring cliffs of richly coloured sands, pristine bushland, heathland, mangroves and rai…
National Park in Lake Cootharaba & Boreen Point

Noosa Everglades

The passage of the Noosa River that cuts into the Great Sandy National Park north of Lake Cootharaba is poetically known as the ‘river of mirrors’ or the Everglades. Hosting over 44% of the bird species found in Aus…
Beach in Noosa

Noosa Main Beach

Only steps away from the restaurants, bars and boutiques of Hastings St, Noosa's most popular beach is patrolled year-round. It's one of Australia's few north-facing beaches, offering gentle to moderate waves ideal …
Museum in Caloundra

Queensland Air Museum

Occupying two hangars beside Caloundra Airport, the volunteer-run QAM houses circa 70 civilian and military aircraft, including a mid-century Douglas DC-3 (the world's first mass-produced all-metal airliner) and a s…
Gardens in Maleny

Maleny Botanic Gardens

This mind-clearing oasis is the labour of love of South African Frank Shipp, who since 2005 has transformed 12 acres of steep escarpment into a manicured wonderland. Meander along over 6km of paths, past hedges, law…