Sunshine Coast Food Tour

Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is truly beautiful with stunning white beaches and lush hinterlands in the backdrop. Between the coast and the hinterland there is so much to offer, but unfortunately, this region can be overlooked as a place to visit. In our opinion, the Sunshine Coast is a must-visit.


With everything from Australia Zoo, to the Glass House Mountains, Eumundi markets, hinterland wineries, beautiful national parks, gorgeous beaches and canals, and so much more, the Sunshine Coast has a lot to offer.


The Sunshine Coast is popular with families, those who love the outdoors and even foodies. It is somewhere we want to take more guests because in our minds it is a truly unmissable Queensland experience.


Australia and specifically Queensland have an abundance of superb seafood, and Morton Bay prawns are some of our state’s most renowned produce. So, why not take people directly to the source of where this fresh and delicious seafood comes from?


On top of the prawns and other seafood grown and caught along the Sunshine Coast, the hinterlands are also well-known for some excellent dining, dairy farms and cheese factories, chocolate and other sweets, as well as its ginger.


Combine the fresh and delicately prepared produce with stunning beaches, breathtaking national parks, and unique dining options and you have the perfect location for a foodie’s road trip. It really is this whole combination that sparked the inspiration and desire to create new food tours that showed the true beauty and culture of the Sunshine Coast.


This isn’t about the attractions or things you can do, although there is plenty (just think surfing, kayaking or SUP on the many canals, hiking in the national parks and so much more). It is about creating an experience that takes people on an adventure to new places and sharing the love we have for this amazing location with others.


To us, creating new experiences isn’t just about what guests want, sometimes it also needs to be about showing them things that they don’t necessarily know a lot about to spark their curiosity, and even unexpectedly delight them.

We hope this is exactly what our new Sunshine Coast food tours will achieve.

Where is somewhere you’ve explored that has truly delighted you?

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