TOP 5: Sunshine Coast trails by the sea!


Get the kids off the couch and outside with Adventure Sunshine Coast


Currimundi Lake: ‘Loop the Lake’ walk

Rated easy: 3.8km
A great circuit alongside both sides of Currimundi Lake and the beach at the end.


Chambers Island Explore: Maroochydore

Rated easy: 1.1km
Paddle around an island right in the middle of downtown Maroochydore in no time at all.


Point Arkwright Trail: Coolum Beach

Rated intermediate: 1.0km
A bush and coastline walk to one of the Sunshine Coast’s most spectacular headlands, part of the Sunshine Coast Coastal Pathway.


Coastal Pathway: Mooloolaba River to Alexandra Headland

Rated easy: 3.3km
A great section of the coastal pathway with great beach views and a lot of playgrounds and supporting facilities.


Currimundi Lake: Full Paddle

Rated intermediate: 5km
A circuit paddle upstream and downstream through urban and bushland areas fringed with Paperbarks and She-oaks.

So get out there and enjoy the beautiful Sunshine Coast coastline

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