The locals all say "It's too touristy" but with 100's of stalls of food and wares there is something there for everyone. Wednesday and Saturdays
Lots to see and purchase. A fun thing to do on a Saturday morning. Need to be early and if you don't have a car, the bus is at the end of the road. Perfect place to buy birthday and Xmas gifts.
The markets are open every Wednesday from 8:00am - 1:30pm and every Saturday from 7.00am - 2:00pm every week of the year – rain, hail or shine! Check the website www.eumundimarkets.com.au for details.
Saturday and Sunday the largest is Saturday but get there early it starts around 7.30 finishes around 2
“The Noosa National Park Coastal Walk is beautiful, and it’s just on your doorstep. It’s 5km from here to Sunshine Beach, and there are lots of stunning vistas along the way. Do a little bit of it, or do a lot of it, but I definitely recommend doing some of it, even if it's just a little stroll to Little Cove for a swim. ”
“Food oriented market. There is some super tasty food there so don't eat too much before you go. Sunday mornings”
“Noosa main beach is amazing but the traffic is terrible! if you can be bothered with the traffic, then it's worth it. ”
“The SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast, is a multi-award winning, all weather attraction, situated right at The Wharf in Mooloolaba. The indoor attraction is home to the Sunshine Coast’s only colony of Little Blue Penguins. The exhibit will immerse guests in the delightful domain of the smallest species of penguin, above and below the water, with an entertaining mix of animal encounters and hands-on activities. The aquarium’s Australian fur seals and Australian sea lions are an absolute fan favourite, with the entertaining Seal Presentations delighting crowds of all ages. You can also explore the depths of the ocean by taking a walk through the 80m Ocean Tunnel and watch the majestic Grey Nurse Sharks swim past.”