The Sunshine Coast is famous for its superb natural environment and healthy, smart communities.
Home to more than 356,000 people and expected to grow to over 500,000 by 2041, the region enjoys a sub-tropical climate that makes outdoor dining and leisure a year-round proposition.
The Sunshine Coast has long been one of Australia’s top tourist destinations, boasting world-acclaimed, family-friendly beaches and an enchanting hinterland.
The Sunshine Coast offers a supportive business environment and outstanding primary, secondary and tertiary education facilities. The region’s growth is fuelled by significant investment in major infrastructure and community projects.
days of sunshine per year
of open coastline
local cultural and sporting events each year
hectares of recreation parks, sport fields and botanic gardens
of national parks, state forests and forest reserves
The region lives up to its name with clear blue skies, a vibrant, green hinterland and an abundance of sunshine averaging seven hours per day, over 300 days per year.
(December - February)
|Low 20ºC||High 28ºC|
(March - May)
|Low 16ºC||High 25ºC|
(June - August)
|Low 10ºC||High 21ºC|
(September - November)
|Low 15ºC||High 25ºC|