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Welcome to L. Hooker Mooloolaba! Mooloolaba is located km north of Brisbane's CBD, on the beautiful Sunshine Coast and is a premium international destination. Mooloolaba is one of only a few north east facing beaches in Australia, which are protected by headland, along with Noosa and Byron Bay. It is the heart of one of Australia's fastest growing residential and tourism regions on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.
Much of Mooloolaba's modern-day appeal originates from The Esplanade - intimately winding along the foreshore and coloured by restaurants, a shopping promenade and gallery scene, it's the cultural and coastal hub of the town. Mooloolaba's popularity lies not only in its beachside charm but also its world class restaurants, which blend effortlessly among original fish and chip shops. The ocean is the very essence of Mooloolaba and its waterways, meandering through the region, ideal for beaching, yachting, boating and diving.
Attractions such as Australia Zoo and Underwater World, along with the unique character of the Sunshine Coast's many coastal towns including Noosa, Coolum and Eumundi continue to drive tourism to the region. While a visit to the famous Wharf Mooloolaba takes visitors back to the town's 'old-school' appeal, divers will find themselves among large schools of juvenille red emperor, parrot fish and sweetlip, within the watery grave of the HMAS Brisbane. Mooloolaba is of course well known as a haven for ocean enthusiasts where you can surf, kayak, jet ski and sunbathe to your heart's content.
The Mooloolaba lifestyle is organic and effortless, with the ability to adapt to any whim, whether it be a leisurely cruise along the canals, a cocktail by the beach or a quiet afternoon stroll. The Sunshine Coast is also renowned for its country hinterland - the lusher, cooler, fertile lands and fascinating little towns that lie just behind the busy throng of the coast.
Art galleries, country markets, excellent restaurants and guesthouses, as well as rainforest walking tracks and waterfalls, litter this scenic backdrop. The Sunshine Coast has seen rapid rates of population growth, with people choosing to come here for a variety of reasons - that elusive sea change, the warm retirement option, or relocation for work and lifestyle.