10 things to do on the Sunshine Coast this weekend
Whether you're after a relaxing yoga class at a top brewery or keen to find out the latest trends in camping, four wheel driving and fishing, there's plenty on offer on the Coast this weekend.
Here are 10 things to do across the region. Place your own local event through the Daily's interactive tool here.
Noosa Community clean-up at Sunshine Beach
- From 3.30pm, September 24
- Ed Webb Park, Sunshine Beach
- Cost: Free
- The Adventure Noosa Group is hosting regular clean-up events around the region in partnership with Tourism Noosa and Plastic Free Noosa. It's a great way to connect and help keep our beautiful beaches pristine. Thursday's clean-up will kick off at 3.30pm near the Sunshine Beach Surf Life Saving Club. Reservations are essential due to COVID-19. RSVP by contacting Anita Butler on firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Queensland Caravan, Camping, Fishing and 4WD Expo
- From 8.30am, September 25
- Sunshine Coast Stadium
- Cost: $12
- All weekend, catch one of the largest outdoor adventure events in the region. Browse and compare the latest caravans, camper trailers, motorhomes, boats, accessories and more while discovering new holiday and touring destinations. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for seniors. Children under 16 receive free entry. Click here to buy tickets.
Maroochy River Eco Cruise
- From 10.30am, September 25
- Maroochy River Cruise, 270 Bradman Ave
- Cost: $89 for adults, $84 for seniors
- Discover for yourself the hidden corners and secrets of the magnificent Maroochy River. You will visit the Maroochy Wetlands Sanctuary to view the pristine Mangrove forests and multiple ecosystems at the world-class facility, followed by cruising around the Wetland Islands. After working up an appetite, enjoy a barbecue feast. Bookings are essential. Reserve your spot here.
Take in the sunset atop the Skyline Ferris Wheel at Caloundra
- Everyday until October 5
- Bulcock Beach, Caloundra
- Cost: From $9
- Skyline Attractions has extended its Ferris Wheel until October 5. You can take a ride 35m in the air and take in the spectacular 360-degree views.
Penguin keeping adventure at Sea Life Sunshine Coast
- From 9am-5pm, every day during Queensland school holidays
- Sea Life Sunshine Coast, The Wharf Mooloolaba
- Cost: From $24.80
- During the September school holidays all kids visiting Sea Life Sunshine Coast will receive a work sheet to help them discover fascinating facts about the little blue penguins and the dedicated team who cares for them. At the end of their journey, kids can hand in their completed work sheet to receive a junior penguin keeper certificate.
Yoga at Land & Sea Brewery
- From 9am, September 26
- 19 Venture Dr, Noosaville
- Cost: $15
- This Saturday morning Land & Sea Brewery will host a 70-minute morning Vinyasa class with meditation to follow. Bookings are necessary due to COVID-19 restrictions. For any questions email email@example.com.
Sunshine Coast Hockey grand final day
- From 11am, September 26
- 217 Ballinger Rd, Buderim
- Cost: Free
- Sunshine Coast Hockey's top stars will be in the spotlight this Saturday, with epic fights for premiership running throughout the day. Set up a picnic rug at the Ballinger Rd complex to catch all the action or livestream it from the comfort of your own home on the Daily's website. The Division 1 women's game will commence at 5.30pm and the Division 1 men at 7pm.
Surf Show and Shine main show
- From 8am, September 27
- Cost: From $2
- Mooloolaba Beach, Mooloolaba Esplanade
- This is Surf Show and Shine's fifth annual event and will feature a Kombi Parade on Saturday followed by the main event on Sunday. The day will include Kombis and surf boards on display, live music, food and drink trucks and a children's entertainment area. Beachfront entry fee at the gate is $5 for adults and $2 for each school-aged child.
Crowded House experience at Palmwoods Hotel
- From 3pm, September 27
- Palmwoods Hotel, Main St Palmwoods
- Cost: Free entry
- Catch the Crowdies Show, a tribute to Crowded House and Split Enz, live at the Palmwoods Hotel on Sunday afternoon. The 90-minute show will combine killer tunes with energy and spontaneity guaranteed to appeal to not only Crowded House fans, but fans of live music everywhere.
Sunday sessions at Kings Beach Bar
- From 4pm, September 27
- 8 Levuka Ave, Caloundra
- Cost: Free entry
- Grab some mates, grab a brew and kick back and relax with beach views, great food and live music. This Sunday, Karrie Hayward will be playing live at Kings Beach Bar.