Main Beach at Noosa on the Sunshine Coast.

Wide Bay Burnett

Many World & Australian-renowned beaches are located at Noosa Heads, Alexandra Headlands, Mooloolaba, Coolum and Kings Beach in Caloundra!

Have you ever dreamed of visiting Australia? If so, then you won’t want to miss a trip to the beautiful Wide Bay Burnett. This stunning region is located on the east coast of Australia and is known for its gorgeous beaches, world-class attractions, and relaxed atmosphere. Here's everything you need to know about exploring this paradise!

What to See and Do

Wide Bay Burnett has plenty of attractions that will keep travellers of all ages entertained. For outdoor adventurers, there are miles of walking trails and bike paths that meander through pristine rainforest and coastal bushland. There are also numerous white sand beaches where visitors can surf, swim, or just relax in the sun. Families can head to Australia Zoo to meet some of the native wildlife or take a trip on the Noosa River for some fishing or kayaking. And if you want to explore further afield, there is plenty more adventure to be had on Fraser Island or in the nearby hinterlands.

Where to Stay

No matter what type of accommodation you’re looking for, you can find it at Wide Bay Burnett. From luxury resort hotels with ocean views and spas to cosy bed-and-breakfasts tucked away in quiet neighbourhoods, there’s something for everyone here. Or if you prefer something more rustic, why not try camping out under the stars? You won’t have trouble finding an idyllic spot near one of the many stunning beaches or national parks in this region.

Where To Eat

From fresh seafood caught right off the coast to farm-to-table organic produce, there is plenty of delicious food on offer here. Seafood lovers will particularly enjoy sampling some of the local delicacies like Moreton Bay bugs and mud crabs. The region also boasts award-winning restaurants such as The Spirit House Restaurant & Cooking School where diners can experience traditional Asian cuisine prepared with locally sourced ingredients from their own farm.

Whether you're looking for adventure or relaxation (or both!), Wide Bay Burnett should definitely be at the top your list! With its abundant natural beauty and diverse range of activities, this destination has something for everyone – from families on holiday to couples seeking a romantic getaway! Plus, with so many great places to stay and eat around here it's easy find exactly what you're looking for! So why wait? Start planning your trip today!



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Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef

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Atherton Tablelands
Atherton Tablelands

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The Daintree Rainforest
The Daintree Rainforest

The Daintree Rainforest is unique for its high concentration of plant and animal species all within the largest remaining piece of untouched and pristine rainforest wilderness remnant in Australia.

The Gulf Country
The Gulf Country

The Gulf Country is a region of woodland and savanna grassland surrounding the Gulf of Carpentaria in the region of north western Queensland.

Whitsunday Islands
Whitsunday Islands

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About Brisbane
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Devil's Pool
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