COMBINE the world’s biggest waterslide, sand sculptures, beach markets and an awesome selection of dining experiences with a sprinkle of fairy lights and Mooloolaba is definitely the place to be this spring.
Division 4 Councillor John Connolly said Mooloolaba was buzzing with visitors and residents enjoying everything the renowned tourist hub has to offer during the school holiday break.
“Our weather is perfect and our pristine beaches are inviting with pure white sand and sparkling water – just like the new fairy lights that have been installed along Mooloolaba Esplanade to add to the hospitality precinct’s ambience,” Cr Connolly said.
“Some of the highlights during the holiday break include the arrival of the world’s largest inflatable Trippo waterslide, towering 12 meters and offering three slides, on Mooloolaba Beach until October 7.
“Of course visitors and locals can enjoy the many outdoor cafes, juice bars, alfresco restaurants to experience the renowned Mooloolaba hospitality, the variety of fashion boutiques and attractions such as SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast.”
Cr Connolly said the fun didn’t stop in Mooloolaba after the school holidays.
“Everyone loves a good market and there will be markets on the Esplanade on Sunday, October 8 and the Mooloolaba Beach Market is just the place to pick up some great fashion or home wares at the Mooloolaba State School oval on Sunday, October 22,” he said.
BRIGHT IDEA: Just some of the many fairy lights that have been installed along Mooloolaba Esplanade to add to the hospitality precinct’s ambience.