Tag: living on the Sunshine Coast

20 things to do on the Sunshine Coast this Spring

The birds and the sun are waking earlier and the days are getting longer. In a couple of weeks the rest of Australia will be winding their clocks forward for the start of daylight saving and those of us here in Queensland… Read More

Mooloolaba Mornings

The sun is waking even earlier than last week – about a minute earlier a day. By the end of this week, sunrise will be 5.45am. Enjoy it while I can, I say! Oh, and there were whales out there this morning…. Read More

Mooloolaba Mornings

After a night where the rain pelted down, sunrise was almost non existent. But by the time I was over the headland and back into Mooloolaba, it had all cleared to another perfect Sunshine Coast winter day.

Mooloolaba Mornings

Good morning from Mooloolaba. This morning’s sunrise was softer than they have been of late. Some high wispy cloud made for a watercolour show in the sky. That’s the thing I love about sunrises – no two are the same. Another thing… Read More

22 things I’ve learnt about living on the Sunshine Coast…

Ok, so we’ve been residents on the Sunshine Coast for just over a month now (less a couple of weeks in Vietnam). We’ve settled in well and are loving it beyond words. I have a list a mile long of places to explore,… Read More

Eumundi Markets

Make it, bake it, sew it, grow it. A simple philosophy and one that has seen Eumundi Markets grow from just a few craftspeople into a must do – and not just because you have visitors from interstate/overseas in town. The original… Read More

Countdown to a sunset…

The whole time we were deliberating over our sea-change, one song by Dido kept running through my head. The song is Sand in My Shoes and the lyrics : Try to forget for one more night That I’m back in my flat… Read More

Kawana Waters Farmer’s Market

Queenslanders, well, perhaps just Sunny Coasters, tend to be early risers – especially when the rest of us are on daylight savings. I suppose it has something to do with the fact that the sun comes streaming in just after 5am at… Read More