Located in the vibrant heart of Mooloolaba one street from the world-famous Mooloolaba Beach, Allure Mooloolaba offers superb holiday apartments with all the urban conveniences right at your doorstep.
Beautiful boardwalks, outdoor amenities, beach-side entertaining facilities, parklands and public transport are all within walking distance, while major shopping centres and the Sunshine Coast Airport are within a 15 minute drive.
EXPLORE THE SUNSHINE COAST
One street back from the rolling surf or friendly patrolled beach, boutique shops and relaxing cafes on the esplanade. Picnic or barbeque by the beach. Around the corner and across the road to Coles to pick up supplies for your stay. Everything at your doorstep including public transport.
A casual stroll to the Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club, Mooloolaba Bowls Club, The Wharf, Sea Life Mooloolaba (Underwater World) and Canal, Fishing & Whale Cruises.
Take a short bus ride to the newly expanded, vibrant Maroochydore Plaza, family friendly 10 Pin Bowling, local farmers and community markets or drive to the nearby Headland Park or Twin Waters Golf course to challenge your golfing skills. Experience the latest movies at the nearby Kawana Shoppingworld or Maroochydore Plaza.
Close to Sunshine Coast Airport, Australia Zoo, Aussie World and The Pub, The Big Kart Track, Bli Bli Watersports and Aqua Park, local markets and festivals. Take a drive to the Hinterland and explore the Arts and Crafts in Montville and Maleny. Visit the Big Pineapple Tree Top Challenge and The Ginger Factory.
If you are a sporting competitor or fan be right amongst the action of the Mooloolaba Triathlon or one of the many other local and international events held along the esplanade.
THINGS TO DO IN AND AROUND MOOLOOLABA
There is a multitude of activities to get you in, on or beside the sea.
A few steps beyond the lobby lies Mooloolaba Beach. It’s perfect for families with the usually calm waves, although novices can usually catch a wave that won’t knock them over. The rockpools are perfect for hunting out small sea life.
The Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club is also active on this beach too, so rest assured there are always watchful eyes ready to spring into action if required.
Very soon there will be a Mooloolaba Beach tidal pool much like the Kings Beach Beachfront Saltwater Pool in Caloundra.
For honeymooners, romantic partners and the young at heart, there’s always the Mooloolaba Wharf Precinct; offering a unique experience overlooking the Mooloolah River.
Get into the various water-based activities; book a whale watching tour and swim with the whales, cruise the canals, take a jet-boat ride or snorkel around any of the rocky coastal areas. You never know what crayfish might be hiding in the rocks. Go scuba diving off the artificial reef on the HMAS Brisbane.
Don’t forget the 15 different restaurants, cafes and bars to try out on the recently renovated Mooloolaba Wharf.
For family-sized outings, the Sunshine Plaza expansion and refurbishment has something to suit all ages.
The choice of shops and entertainment is as good as any metropolitan centre. Your kids won’t even know they’re on holiday.
Visitors to the Sunshine Coast will also enjoy being handy to all the other blockbuster attractions nearby, like Australia Zoo.
An easy half hours drive away in the township of Beerwah, is Australia Zoo, the iconic wildlife experience every visitor to the Sunshine Coast should tick off their bucket list.
Sometimes it takes two sessions to take in all the shows, encounters and animal experiences on offer at Australia Zoo.
Sea Life is another big attraction that will keep the kids entertained and it’s only a five minute drive to Parkyn Parade, but the bus is just a ten minute ride and for some kids this is an experience in itself.
The 11 gorgeous peaks of the Glass House Mountains are found in the hinterland of the Sunshine Coast.
A natural playground of walking tracks, horse trails and abseiling locations, the mountains are also home to six small townships, linked by rail and country roads.
Fly into the Sunshine Coast Airport and catch a Shuttle Bus or Taxi to Allure Mooloolaba Apartments.
71 First Ave Mooloolaba
Drive up from Brisbane (only an hour away) along the Bruce Highway to Sunshine Motorway and follow the signs to Mooloolaba. Once on Brisbane Road, follow it until you get to Whalan Street and turn left. Whalan Street changes to Venning Street at the Mooloolaba Primary School opposite Coles, take the next left, after the Coles traffic lights, into First Ave and Allure is just around the corner on the left-hand side.
Driving from the North end of the Sunshine Coast, follow the Esplanade around past Alexandra Headland, go through the Buderim Ave traffic lights and then turn immediately right into Meta Street and left into First Ave. Allure Mooloolaba is almost to the end of the street on the right-hand side. 71 First Ave Mooloolaba.