The Sunshine Coast has everything you could ever want in a holiday destination. Discover its vast pristine beaches, great natural wonders, breathtaking scenic views, fabulous festivals & events, and award–winning food & dining experiences. You’ll probably wouldn’t want to leave after your holiday ends.
One of the best things about visiting Adelaide is the stunning beaches. In fact, it is sprawling with awesome & relaxing beaches that certainly haven’t waned in popularity over the years. With so many options to choose from that all are close to the city centre, it gets easily overwhelming sometimes. So we made a round–up of the best and most stunning beaches in Adelaide to help you decide when visiting.
The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary was built as a bird sanctuary by Alex Griffiths in 1947. It then became world famous for feeding a huge flock of free–flying wild lorikeets which come twice a day to feast off the special mixture of food given by the visitors. In the early 1970s, the sanctuary evolved into a wildlife sanctuary to offer visitors a variety of experiences.
The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is located in the northside of Brisbane’s CBD, just about 12 km away from the city centre. It is considered as the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary with over 130 koalas and 100 species of Australian native wildlife.
If you have visited Melbourne or you are a local resident, then you will know that Melbourne endures warm summers, fantastic springs, mild autumns and crisp winters. After the Autumn period between March to May, Melbourne starts to chill out a little bit during the Winter season.
The Ginger Factory is one of the most popular attractions on the Sunshine Coast. It has been operating for more than 40 years and located at Pioneer Road, Yandina Queensland. The property boasts a total of 9 hectares surrounded with beautiful lush subtropical gardens, beautiful water features and some exotic plants.
As the months of June, July and August approach, Sydney’s is starting to transition into it’s winter months. These are Sydney’s coolest months and average temperatures drop to around 9 to 17 degrees. In June, Sydney will generally see it’s highest amount of rainfall with the average of 132 mm whereas July is the coldest and average daytime temperatures are around 13 degrees.