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Minibus Hire Sunshine Coast Airport

Minibus Hire for Sunshine Coast

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For those wishing to go straight to the Sunshine Coast, join the roundabout from the right lane at the end of Airport Drive, proceed around the roundabout which passes under the Gateway Arterial Road and continue around to the North exit that merges onto the Gateway Arterial Road, 60 minutes later you should be at the Sunshine Coast.

Along the way you will see a few reasonably untouched areas unlike the Gold Coast corridor that has had massive growth in the last few years.


To the left you will see the Glasshouse Mountains named by Captain Cook just after Moses played fullback for Jerusalem a few years back.

To the right, a lookout called “Wild Horse Mountain”, incredible views as far as the eyes can see, well worth a small diversion off the Bruce Highway north.

Caloundra turnoff is close to here and is the start of the Sunshine Coast.

At Beerwah on the left is the home of Steve Irwin’s world famous “Australia Zoo” (The Crocodile Hunter”) an absolute must if you are in this part of the world, incredible show at the

A small tip, phone the Zoo and see if Steve is doing the show’s in the days that you could be visiting with his great mate Wes, you will not forget the experience…

Also to the left is the beautiful towns of Maleny and Montville, the views of the Sunshine Coast and Glasshouse Mountains from up there are magnificent.

A few kilometres past the Ettamogah Pub is the turnoff that takes you into Mooloolaba via the Sunshine Motorway, it takes you straight on into Mooloolaba, Maroochydore and Alexandra Headlands.

If you wish to go to The Sunshine Coast Airport, this is also your turnoff.
The Sunshine Motorway leads eventually to Noosa, but it is a much slower way of getting to

The quickest way into Noosa is to stay on the Bruce Highway, and then take the Eumundi exit or a little bit further down at the Cooroy exit.

At Mooloolaba we have “Underwater World”, The Yacht Club and lots of restaurants and café’s.

Great meals at the local Surf Clubs, but you have to book early.
The Sunshine Coast is a lot more laid back than the Gold Coast, still lots to do and see though.

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