Stolling-through-Montville-(TEQ) | Visit Sunshine Coast Hinterland
Glass-House-Mountains-view-from-Mary-Cairncross-(TEQ) | Visit Sunshine Coast Hinterland

Discover the hinterland towns

The Sunshine Coast Hinterland provides a spectacular backdrop to any type of holiday, especially a self-drive adventure. Explore the open roads and take in the stunning views of lush green valleys and magnificent mountains, through to the glorious Pacific Ocean.

Discover the ancient volcanic peaks of the Glass House Mountains, walk through the lush rainforests, take in the breathtaking scenery – lose yourself in the natural beauty and serenity of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.

Pack a picnic with delicious local goodies and discover picturesque waterfalls and scenic lookouts from Flaxton, MapletonMaleny and Montville, through to the Glass House Mountains and Kenilworth.

Or enjoy true hospitality at charming and elegant cafés or award-winning restaurants with postcard-perfect views. Along the way, explore the unique shops and discover the thriving art trail with unique galleries and studios showcasing local artists and their original works.

Beerwah

Beerwah

Beerwah village is one of the larger towns dotted throughout the Glass House Mountains area, and offers a down-to-earth atmosphere with all the facilities you might need ...

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Conondale

Conondale

The Maleny-Kenilworth Road is a popular scenic drive and Conondale is the half way point. There are a number of places to stop and check out this beautiful part of the Su...

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Eudlo

Eudlo

The Eudlo area makes a lovely drive through the country side, situated in the valley below the Blackall Range, on the coastal side.It can be reached via the 'Hunchy' ...

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Flaxton

Flaxton

Flaxton is a tiny village where you will find lovely arts and crafts and excellent Devonshire teas and lunches.Surrounding the many avocado orchards is a town of rest...

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Glass House Country

Glass House Country

The township of Glass House Mountains, sits amidst the majestic popular tourist destination, the Glass House Mountains, located in the traditional lands of the Aboriginal...

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Kenilworth

Kenilworth

Kenilworth is the next town along the Maleny-Kenilworth Road about 20 minutes drive from Conondale, and about 50 km from the coast.The Aboriginal name Hinka Booma is ...

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Landsborough

Landsborough

Landsborough is a small town located north of the Glasshouse Mountains and 5 minutes from the Steve Irwin’s Australia Zoo. You will find quaint shops and a museum housi...

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Maleny

Maleny

This unique rural community is perched high above the Sunshine Coast with amazing views to the Glasshouse Mountains in south-east Queensland.Locals say the rolling gr...

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Mapleton

Mapleton

The area is renowned for its forests, walks and views. The Mapleton Falls have a sheer drop of 120m, and the viewing platform opens up a magnificent vista of the Mary Val...

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Montville

Montville

Montville has a true village charm. You will find a pleasant blend of Tudor, Irish and English cottages of log or stone, Swiss and Bavarian chalets, an old mill water-whe...

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Mooloolah Valley

Mooloolah Valley

The Mooloolah Valley area makes for a lovely drive through the country side, situated in the valley below the Blackall Range, on the coastal side.Mooloolah is referre...

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Nambour

Nambour

Nambour is a flourishing town on the edge of the mountains that make up the Sunshine Coast Hinterland but is also so close to the famous Sunshine Coast beaches.Like s...

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Palmwoods

Palmwoods

The Palmwoods area makes a lovely drive through the country side, situated in the valley below the Blackall Range, on the coastal side.The small town now known as Pal...

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Witta

Witta

Fresh air, peace and tranquillity. That's what is on offer in the small hamlet of Witta. Witta offers the chance to stroll the few streets that make up the little villa...

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Woombye

Woombye

Woombye is located on the Sunshine Coast hinterland in Queensland. The name is derived from words from the local Aboriginal language – a place (wumbai) of black snake o...

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