Holiday Homes & Baches in Sunshine Coast

Holiday Homes & Baches in Sunshine Coast

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Highlights in Sunshine Coast

  • Lush rainforest
  • Beautiful beaches
  • Exciting watersports
  • Land adventures

Best Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Sunshine Coast

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Holiday Home for 2 People in Noosa
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Noosa
Holiday Home • 2 Guests • 1 Bedroom
9.8
(16 reviews)
Nestled just behind the rolling dunes of Noosa’s coastal beaches, discover the Noosa Hinterland. Here, situated on the edge of the pristine Lake Weyba, lies one of Noosa’s best kept secrets Eumarella Shores Noosa Lake Retreat. Imagine waking up to the sight of kangaroos boxing in the early morning, spending the day exploring stunning white beaches and, as night falls, watching the moon rise over crystal-clear still waters from the comfort of your own private lakeside retreat. Award-winning and eco-concious Eumarella Shores blends nature and luxury to create a simply unforgettable experience...
from NZ$480 / night
Cottage for 4 People in Sunshine Coast
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Sunshine Coast
Cottage • 79 m² • 2 Bedrooms
9.8
(8 reviews)
What is a Bach... (note Airconditioning to keep you warm or cool)A "bach" also called a crib in the southern half of the South Island on New Zealand, is a small, often very modest holiday home or beach house.Little River Bach is a modest yet comfortable holiday cottage for couples or small families, located adjacent to our sister property - River Oaks on the Mary - yet sufficiently removed to offer privacy. It overlooks the green fields of the neighbouring dairy farm, Kenilworth Bluff and fronts the Mary River (100m from the door).The cottage is a rustically restored farm shed and furnished...
from NZ$222 / night
Holiday Home for 4 People in Sunshine Coast
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Sunshine Coast
Holiday Home • 4 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
9.9
(136 reviews)
Dramatic sustainable house designed for relaxed holiday living by Mapleton local Philip Boorman who has many awards for his outstanding Architectural work and modern furniture designs. Located on the escarpment in the centre of the 125 acre site. This privileged isolation has allowed the house design to be opened to the volume of the surrounding private space by the extensive use of timber framed bi-fold doors and windows. Solar panels generate the power supply and roof water is collected in tanks for filtered reuse within the home. When John Seccombe obtained the land by way of the selec...
from NZ$304 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Holiday letting prices Sunshine Coast

NZ$574for 1 Jun - 8 Jun
NZ$706 annual average
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Current holiday letting availability Sunshine Coast

36%for 1 Jun - 8 Jun
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Holiday homes and baches on the Sunshine Coast

Holiday homes in the rainforest or on the coast

For holiday homes on one of the most beautiful coastlines of Australia, look no further than the Sunshine Coast. Miles of pristine beaches with gorgeous holiday homes await you, right next to the cosmopolitan, lively cities that dot the shoreline. Heading inland to the north you’ll quickly find yourself in magical rainforests, with wonderful holiday homes right within the forest depths. The plains to the south offer miles of green views and delightful Australian countryside for your easy-going relaxation and enjoyment.

Luxury homes to enjoy the sunshine

Holiday homes on the Sunshine Coast are jaw-droppingly beautiful. Luxury is the name of the game, with hot tubs, private swimming pools and loads of outdoor space a common feature of many of the holiday homes here. Designed to ensure that you can enjoy the outdoors even when indoors, you’ll find large terraces and big windows framing the picturesque vista across the Sunshine Coast. Think outdoor barbeques and family fun at your fabulous Sunshine Coast holiday home!

Holidays on the Sunshine Coast

The area and getting around

A world-class destination for adventurous, outdoor holidays

The stunning natural beauty of the Sunshine Coast is on the east coast of Queensland, Australia, less than an hour and a half from the city of Brisbane. Here you’ll enjoy the very best of Australia’s exotic and scenic flora and fauna. Enjoy walking through rainforests? Head to Mapleton for soaring trees and an abundance of wildlife. Do crashing waterfalls make you happy? Check out Gardners Falls in Meleny. Prefer to surf it up, dude? Head to Noosa where you’ll be welcomed as a beginner or world class wave rider. If you like sunshine, the great outdoors and some of the most stunning natural regions on the planet you will fall in love with the Sunshine Coast.

A warm welcome around every corner

Well known for its hospitality, the people of the Sunshine Coast are there to make your holiday the trip of a lifetime. Generous and hospitable, you’ll be welcomed wherever you go. Whether you’re in the inviting restaurants or cafes, learning one of the many watersports available or visiting the local markets you’ll find the Australians to be friendly and helpful. If you visit the Sunshine Coast between March and July don’t miss the Currimundi Twilight Markets on the shores of Currimundi Lake. As well as many interesting stalls there’s live music and a unique and vibrant atmosphere.

Travellers and activities

Sunshine Coast for nature lovers

The Sunshine Coast is famous for its extraordinary natural landscapes and ocean treasures. Enjoy a visit to the Sea Life Aquarium, an exciting day out for young and old displaying much of the local sea-life without the need to get wet! Walk through a glass tunnel with sharks and rays slowly gliding overhead or laugh and cheer at the sea lion show. Explore the crystal-clear sea yourself on a paddle board – easily hired from many outlets along the coast or take a guided trek through the rainforests to the north and be embedded in nature’s bounty.

Sunshine Coast for beach lovers

Relax on soft, soft sand, listening to the sounds of waves gently lapping against the shore. Take time for yourself and enjoy your favourite book or sip a cocktail while taking in the beauty of your surroundings. Bulcock beach has a lovely promenade for a magical evening stroll, and Kings Beach has wonderful rock pools and a super safe seawater swimming pool. The Sunshine Coast: fantastic fun for all the family.

Don’t forget your cameras – The Glass Mountains behind the Sunshine Coast are a well-known UFO spotting site!

Top 5 travel tips in Sunshine Coast

1. Take a trip on the Rattler Tasting Train

Take a nostalgic journey through historic Queensland, learning about its modern and ancient delights on the way. At the end of the line watch with interest as the train turns on the vintage engine turntable.

2. Sample some local Sunshine Coast beers

Choose one of the guided tours of the best beers on the coast. You’ll learn more about how they are made as well as what gives each one its unique taste. Finally, you’ll be able to sample the wares (the best bit!) and have the chance to take some home.

3. Explore the ancient volcanoes at Glass House Mountains

Formed between 26-27 million years ago, the Glass House Mountains rise strikingly out of the plains of the Sunshine Coast. Check out, Mount Tibrogargan, which looks like a face looking over to the sea!

4. Spot the local sea life at Pumicestone Passage

A brilliant way to see some of Australia’s most interesting sea creatures. From here you may find dolphins or turtles, or fish for prawns and many fish species while enjoying the spectacular surroundings.

5. Treat the family to a day at The Ginger Factory

Free to enter, you’ll enjoy some unique shopping experiences plus a wonderful, covered playground, all encircled with acres of subtropical gardens. You’ll learn how ginger is grown and turned into treats and sweets and see bees making honey which you can sample and buy.

FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Sunshine Coast

How much did it cost for a holiday rental in Sunshine Coast in 2020, during the corona crisis?

Our data shows that Sunshine Coast has an average price of NZ$445.95 per night, which is a relatively high one under the destinations in Australia.

When are holiday homes and baches cheaper in Sunshine Coast?

If you want to make the most of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Sunshine Coast are November (NZ$347.67 the average price per night for accommodation), December (NZ$390.42), and October (NZ$416.64).

In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday home in Sunshine Coast?

Following the data observed in 2020, the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of September (NZ$510.75), January (NZ$508.19), and April (NZ$501.88).

Is it necessary to plan a trip to Sunshine Coast well in advance?

When visiting Sunshine Coast we recommend you to be proactive, as 73% of holiday homes are usually booked, according to last year's data.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

In 2020, the months with more free accommodation in Sunshine Coast were May, April, and March with average availabilities of 46.6%, 42.25% and 38%, respectively.

When are there fewer holiday home options available in Sunshine Coast?

According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Sunshine Coast are, in order, December (with 7.67% of available rentals), November (12.5%), and September (15.75%).

How many holiday homes are there in Sunshine Coast?

Holidu has around 2900 properties in Sunshine Coast, offered by 5 different partners.

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