Mooloolaba Beachside Accommodation

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Who could resist this Mooloolaba beachside accommodation. The Allure Mooloolaba is one of Sunshine Coast’s newest holiday apartment resorts to arrive on the scene. You won’t be able to miss it with it’s distinct angular profile; if there was ever a thing called rhomboid living, then this might be it. The extended balconies and building corners offers the guest an extra degree or two of space, and the eccentric balcony overhang provides a unique framing of the Mooloolaba views.

The location is perfect for that Sunshine Coast escape, with Mooloolaba fast becoming a hot destination for holiday makers in the know. With so many excellent beaches nearby and on your doorstep you choice of aquatic activities is only limited by your imagination. Step onto Mooloolaba Beach in front of the Allure Mooloolaba and you have your first destination covered. This popular beach is perfect for younger families, the beautiful white sandy beach is the perfect place to drop the picnic blanket and the gentle waves and sandy bottom beach makes it an ideal beach for kids to play.

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Just around the corner is Alexandra Headland where you can find great views of the Coral Sea from the Pandanus and HMAS Brisbane Lookouts. It’s an invigorating walk from the Allure Mooloolaba along the Esplanade that will take a leisurely half an hour. If you are looking for some keen surf breaks the Alex Headlands should be your go to beach with moderate to large waves breaking there. You’ll even be able to ride a tube if you’re lucky. Other notable surfing spots nearby include, Pin Cushion in Maroochydore, Point Cartwright and Mudjimba Island, with plenty more breaks that are too numerous to mention here.

With natural attractions like this, and the superb architecture of the Allure, who could possibly resist this Mooloolaba beachside accommodation, why not book your next holiday at one of Sunshine Coast’s newest holiday apartment resorts. You’ll love it, even if you don’t own a surfboard.