Yummo! The Sunshine Coast's sweetest event of the year is about to hit our shores - and waistlines - the Sunshine Coast Dessert Festival and it's bigger, better and if possible, more sugar-coated than ever before!
The positive feedback from 2019 has ensured that with a few minor twists and twirls, the Sunshine Coast Dessert Festival will certainly hit 2020 with a pavlova of cream, adorned with rainbow-coloured sprinkles. The cherry on top? The Sunshine Coast Dessert Festival will be welcoming the Sunshine Coast Collective Markets - my favourite market on the Sunshine Coast - who will be bringing more than thirty artisan market stalls to Aussie World for the day. Sounds like heaven to me … divinely decadent dessert PLUS shopping from fabulously creative locals!
🍧 A bit of background on the Sunshine Coast Collective Markets:
This very special market is not your average market - it is a collective of very talented local Sunshine Coast designers, musicians, artists, foodies, creators, vintage wares and lifestyle lovers. The Sunshine Coast Collective Markets are uniquely different, offering shoppers high-quality exclusivity, produced locally, there is no mass production and definitely no cheap and nasty imported products.
The fabulous Sunshine Coast Collective Markets showcase our local creative talent once a month at Coolum Beach and recently have acquired a monthly spot at Alexandra Headlands too. So, how lucky are we to have them at the Sunshine Coast Dessert Festival too!
Upgrade to an unlimited rides pass - it's heaps of fun! Images: author
An additional $30 per ticket, will give dessert lovers an upgrade to an unlimited rides pass at Aussie World, adding a delectable dusting to an already exciting day!
Who doesn't love dessert! We all do! And with the showcase promise of everything from dessert pizza, brownies, waffles, chimney cakes, doughnuts, ice cream, dessert dumplings, crepes, lollies and so much more, the Sunshine Coast Dessert Festival is set to be the dollop of sweetness event not to be missed at Aussie World.
We went to the Desert festival at Aussie world yesterday what a waste of time and money could not hear and see any of the presenters in the shed the PA was poor and a general ripoff for foods and drinks of any kind we walked out and had better and more comfortable lunch/drinks upstairs in the pub sorry AWORLD not a good day had by all...... normally the rides are great value but the festival idea didn,t work at all maybe make a few changes for next year if you are going to keep it going.