I am always looking out for new experiences, wherever I may find myself.
Published October 29th 2014
The Sunshine Coast is beautiful place that features stunning sights both inland, with the backdrop of the Glass House Mountains, and along the coast. It's a place you want to explore and I hope everyone gets to see its sights at some stage.
When I think of getting good views in this area, where I can take it all in, I think of getting up high and there are certainly quite a few mountains to climb. Some of these include the steep Mount Cooroora, the rewarding Mount Ngungun and challenging Mount Tibrogargan. There's also Mount Beerburrum near Brisbane and the ones in Tewantin State Forest near Noosa. Do any of these offer the best views in the Sunshine Coast?
Part of the view from Mount Tinbeerwah in Tewantin State Forest
But perhaps I have the wrong idea. Noosa has its own lookout, the Laguna Lookout, which looks out over the town, and its national park is said to have great scenery, so maybe coastal sights are better. What are some places where you get great views of the local beaches?
I've heard that some of the views from Noosa National Park are amazing and the overcast day I visited didn't do them justice
Maybe there isn't even a specific place. You can go for a drive anywhere and get some pretty good scenery.
What's your opinion on the best scenery in the Sunshine Coast?