Revive and refresh with a staycation on the Sunshine Coast


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Mudjimba Beach Holiday Park is a hidden oasis offering visitors a peaceful haven far away from bustling crowds.

Idyllic Autumn weather combined with waterfront locations and awesome activities make council’s Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks the perfect staycation option for the Easter break.
Whether your interest is swimming, surfing, boating, fishing, bushwalking or just relaxing, locals will need to be quick to pick up the last remaining Easter holiday vacancies at one of the six council-owned holiday parks.
Tourism, Events and Sport Portfolio Cr Jason O’Pray said a staycation at one of council’s holiday parks was a great option for locals who want a break without a long drive.
“There’s nothing better than that feeling of camping and getting away from technology and enjoying the great outdoors,” Cr O’Pray said.
“We all need a chance to stop once in a while and enjoy quality time with family and friends.
“Once you set up camp, you can simply sit back and do as much or as little as you like.
“Our holiday parks organise fantastic activities to keep the family entertained. For example, Mudjimba Beach Holiday Park have once again organised food vans which will make dinners a breeze as well as movie nights.
“To add to the fun there are interactive games and crafts such as Combat Archery and Sand Art.
“And of course the popular bingo makes a return with the help of generous local businesses supplying vouchers and prizes.”
Cr O’Pray said there is so much to explore in our region and experiencing them through the eyes of a first-time tourist is always a good reminder of how lucky we are to live on the Sunshine Coast.
“Whether it is our clean waterways, patrolled swimming and surfing beaches, the natural wonders or the outdoor adventures they are sure to still take our breath away,” Cr O’Pray said.
“For those who want to be a little more adventurous, there are a range of fantastic tours, attractions, restaurants, activities and literally loads of bucket list experiences just waiting to be explored.
“So become a staycation ambassador today and be quick to snap up the last remaining vacancies.”

Council operates six beachside holiday parks - Dicky Beach, Mooloolaba, Maroochydore, Cotton Tree, Mudjimba and Coolum.

Bookings can be made online at

Sunshine Coast Council Tourism Tourist Accommodation

Sunshine Coast Regional Council :
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07 5475 7272
1300 007 272
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