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End of commercial lease? Expanding your business but tired of capital city costs?

As a business location, Queensland’s Sunshine Coast offers an unbeatable combination of capital city infrastructure and a famously stunning natural environment.

Over the past 15 years, economic growth on the Sunshine Coast has outperformed almost every other regional economy in Australia, sparking a wave of new residential, office and retail development.

Investment includes the development of a multi-billion dollar greenfield city centre designed for the Sunshine Coast lifestyle, with almost 18 hectares of parklands and waterways.

Learn more by downloading the free Sunshine Coast Commercial Property Guide

Affordable office and commercial and space is available for lease or sale across the region. Whether you’re looking for a stunning waterside office with river views, a retail space in a high traffic area or something more specific like a collaborative location within a health precinct, options are available right now.

Get the free Sunshine Coast Commercial Property Guide by completing the form below.

Download your copy of the Sunshine Coast Commercial Property Guide

What you'll find in the guide

The guide has been designed to give potential investors insights into the property precincts and opportunities currently available on the Sunshine Coast.

Greenfield CBD

Emerging Maroochydore City Centre


commercial opportunities


International runway and Turbine precinct

Sippy Downs

Business and Technology Park


city centre revitalisation

Sunshine Coast Council assistance

The Sunshine Coast has a team of investment specialists dedicated to helping businesses with free site selection assistance, relocation advice and introductions to government, industry and business networks.

Sunshine Coast Council welcomes and supports the growth of local businesses and establishment of new ones in the region.

Take a virtual tour through some of the Sunshine Coast’s leading businesses with Wendy from Sunshine Coast Council.