Sunshine Coast Hinterland Travel Guide
Plan Your Sunshine Coast Hinterland Vacation
The Sunshine Coast Hinterland, extending from the Glass House Mountains just northwest of Brisbane to Eumundi and Yandina, west of the northern Sunshine Coast town of Noosa, is ideal terrain for day-trippers. Tracts of subtropical rainforest and mountainous areas linked by scenic drives and walking trails are interspersed with pretty hillside villages, their main streets lined with cafés, galleries, gift shops, and guesthouses. Here you'll also find thriving markets, renowned restaurants and cooking schools, ginger, nut, and pineapple farms, theme and wildlife parks, and luxury B&Bs.
Fodor's local writers visit every hotel we recommend. Look for our discerning Fodor's Choice picks or search by price and location.
Find the best Sunshine Coast Hinterland restaurants in every price category with our top picks.
Things To Do in Sunshine Coast Hinterland
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
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