Sparkling gem

Maroochy Weekly - - LIFE | COMMUNITY -

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.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

BRIGHT IDEA: Just some of the many fairy lights that have been in­stalled along Mooloolaba Es­planade to add to the hospi­tal­ity precinct’s am­bi­ence.

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