Spring has sprung on the Sunshine Coast

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Snakes have been spotted, magpies are out and about and the sun is starting to pack some heat. Seems to me like spring has officially sprung.

It’s this time of year that I find myself so thankful that we live where we do (magpie swooping aside) and how lucky we are that get to live in a holiday destination.

Not all of us can go to the beach for a morning surf before work or walk along the river leisurely sipping a coffee soaking up the not too hot gorgeous weather. For a lot of us living in a holiday destination, the more events that are happening and the more tourists that are holidaying, the busier we are!

So how do us locals make the most of springtime on the Sunshine Coast? Personally, I love to take some time out of my week to head down to Mooloolaba beach or do the coastal track walk in Noosa National Park.

What are your favourite things to do on the coast as a local? Tag us on Facebook and Instagram or tweet us about your Spring time Sunny Coast adventures.

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