Australia’s largest free cultural festival in a celebration of diversity showcasing artists, customs, colours and flavours from around the world, creating a global village in the heart of the Sunshine Coast. Maroochydore will come alive to the sights and sounds of the most colourful nations on earth at the Ocean Street World Festival 2018. Performers, artisans and chefs from all over the globe will showcase their talents in a celebration of diversity promising a feast for the senses on Easter Sunday, 1 April. Samba will rub shoulders with Bollywood, djembe players will jostle with belly dancers as Ocean St becomes a melting pot of customs, colours and flavours. And as the sun goes down, the entertainment ratchets up with sets from the unique flamenco electronica fusion that is Tijuana Cartel, and the irresistible Latin big band salsa of Chukale.
Stay 4 nights pay for 3 - 1,2 & 3 Bedroom. Stay 7 nights pay for 5 - 1,2 & 3 Bedroom. Also, ask about our $780 per week deal for the big balcony Level 2 units and the $840 per week deal for level 3 three bedroom unit. Longer stay free extra night specials available for All unit types......!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Make the Most of this fantastic deal! Direct Bookings only. CALL NOW 07 5443 5988. *Conditions apply. New Bookings only. Subject to availability and allocation. Prices subject to change without notice. Excludes public and school holidays and event weekends.
The annual event is organised by Mooloolaba Yacht Club and proudly sponsored by The Wharf Mooloolaba and the Sunshine Coast Council. The Parade starts at 6:30pm. It travels from The Wharf Mooloolaba to Mooloolah Island, then down to La Balsa Park, back up the river towards Mooloolaba Wharf turning into Kawana Canal down to Lawries Marina, back to river, down to La Balsa Park for second viewing and then back to The Wharf Mooloolaba for judging. To download a copy of the course, click here.
Rush Festival (5 - 21 October) is a celebration of creativity, arts, culture and heritage that ignites the Gympie region with colour, music, dance, art, theatre, film, poetry and fun throughout the month of October. Rush Festival’s diverse collaborative program creatively entwines grassroots events and celebrations with the internationally acclaimed Heart of Gold International Short Film Festival, Gold Rush Festival and Widgee Bush Balladeers. From art competitions, masterclasses, and debates to theatre, concerts, comedy acts, and family fun there is something for everyone to enjoy and experience during Rush Festival. The festival welcomes people from all walks of life to enjoy, engage, create, learn, grow, film, play, act, dance, sing and connect in the Gympie region. Come for a day or stay for the month to truly engage and appreciate this unique region during the Rush Festival.
Well known medieval performer and educator and Sunshine Castle resident Knight Sir Justyn, features regularly in the Sunshine Castle during School Holidays and will return this September for his monthly displays at the castle. Be sure not to miss the canon fire or the weapons and armour talks or one of his ever changing archery challenges, jousting or trebuchet firing activities. Sir Justyn brings history to life and appears to have an answer for even the tricky questions. Get up close and personal and enjoy the different elements of his medieval themed interactive displays. All children must be accompanied by their parent or guardian at all times. Activity is free with castle admission.
Autumn is here and weather is fantastic. We still have availability during March so call us to secure a great rate. Check out our fantastic "mid-week renovation" specials* for March and give us a ring direct 07 5443 5988. * NOTE: We are currently undergoing replacement of windows and doors to the building as part of remedial work. The building will still be up and operational for holiday bookings of course. Work will only be performed on weekdays between 8.00am & 4.30pm with all work ceasing on weekends and school holidays.