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5 Reasons to Visit Mooloolaba This Weekend

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Mooloolaba is often overlooked for it's glitzy cousin Noosa or earth mother Maleny, but this Sunshine Coast gem offers fun in the sun all year round! Here are 5 reasons to mooch around Mooloolaba this weekend.

1. The beach beckons
Top up on a dose of 'vitamin sea' and step out onto the pure white sand of Mooloolaba Beach! The sun and sea are wonderfully restorative, leave the city behind and breathe in the salty sea air, soak up the ocean views and warm weather and clear your mind. Mooloolaba Beach is considered the safest beach on the Sunshine Coast, patrolled daily and safe for swimming.

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2. Graze along Mooloolaba Esplanade
When it comes to eating out, you're spoilt for choice in Mooloolaba. Start your day with brunch at local favourite The Velo Project. With a focus on supporting local farmers and local suppliers you'll find simple fresh food and artisan espresso to keep you caffeinated for a day of adventure. Graze at Gainsbourg, open breakfast, lunch and dinner for casual seaside eats. Plus don't miss Spice Bar for spicy Asian share plates, cool cocktails and sea views.

3. Resort life
Organise a hamper and have indulgence delivered to your door by Love Noosa! Arrive in style with a chilled bottle of Champagne, gourmet platter or BBQ pack for your arrival so you can kick back, relax and enjoy the luxe life from your resort balcony. Bliss!

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4. Cruising the coast
Take a tour with Whale One, with spectacular whale watching cruises available during whale migration season. Half day tours available including door to door transfers. Otherwise, all year round enjoy a sunset cruise taking in the majestic Mooloolaba canals as the sun sets over the Glasshouse Mountains.

5. Be pampered
When you've had enough sand, sea and sunshine, head to the Salt Caves and experience a deeply relaxing massage using organic warm oil, combined with salt therapy, in a unique and tranquil setting. Himalayan salt has long been known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, so it's pampering with purpose!

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More information: Looking for where to stay in Mooloolaba? Check out Breeze Mooloolaba.

For your chance to win a two night escape at Breeze Mooloolaba, hamper from Love Noosa and leather goods from Wanderers Travel Co enter here.

Image credit: Breeze, Velo Project, Love Noosa
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