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Jacob Host's Guide to the Sunshine Coast

The Rabbitohs are back on the Sunshine Coast for Round 21 to take on the New Zealand Warriors.

It's the perfect opportunity for a winter escape. With everything you could want from a holiday in one place; footy, sunshine, food and surf.

We sent Jacob Host and his partner up to the Sunshine Coast to enjoy everything it has to offer.

Check out Hosty's guide to the Sunshine Coast:

Take in the breathtaking view of Mooloolaba beach at Pavilion Mooloolaba. An ideal spot to round up your mates and celebrate, sip and share, as well as stop by for brekkie’s, brunches and even dinner.

The Sunshine Coast is home to some of the best beaches in the world and is is safe for swimming year-round. You can catch some rays on the beach, enjoy the surf or even spot some whales from June to October.

Pavilion Mooloolaba

For some fresh air and scenery make your way to Kondalilla National Park. A cool mountain retreat in the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Kondalilla, an Aboriginal word meaning 'rushing waters', describes this park's waterfall during the summer wet season, where Skene Creek drops 90m into a rainforest valley. Discover scenic views over the waterfall, and enjoy rock pools and freshwater creeks along the park's walking tracks. The perfect place for some physical activity or even a picnic!

Kondalilla National Park

All that adventuring makes for thirsty work, thankfully the Sunshine Coast is brimming with mouth watering options. From bars, to restaurants and cafes.


After a long hiatus from holidaying for most, it's time to book in that extended weekend away. What better opportunity than catching the Rabbitohs take on the Warriors on a beautiful Saturday afternoon and enjoying the Sunshine Coast.

Get your tickets to Round 21 TODAY.

To check out everything the Sunshine Coast has to offer head HERE.

To see what you can get up to across Queensland head HERE.

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