Noosa off the beaten track

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Noosa is probably the most famous settlement on the Sunshine Coast. Seen as a blissful summer holiday destination, a lot of the focus centres on Hastings Street, a leafy boulevard…

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Giddyup to Gympie

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When we think of a getaway on the Sunshine Coast, there are many attractions in the region worth searching out. From the gleaming sands of Fraser Island to the bountiful…

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The Lucky Squire

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The Lucky Squire, the Gold Coast’s own James Squire brewhouse extraordinaire, opened in mid-June after three years of construction, transforming the ‘west wing’ of the Oracle precinct from a bunch…

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Tarte Bakery & Café

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When a new café pops up on the Gold Coast dining scene there’s a buzz of excitement, especially when it’s from a reputable owner, such as Chloe Watts, former owner…

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Miss Moneypenny’s

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Almost a year after the opening of a sister venue to Noosa’s award-winning Miss Moneypenny’s under the Avani apartment tower in Broadbeach, The Good Time Group welcomes the addition of…

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Tamborine Mountain Coffee Plantation

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Did you know that some of Australia’s best coffee is grown right here in our own backyard? The Golden Bean Award for Australian/NZ Grown Coffee (Milk based) for 2019 was…

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No Name Lane

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Founded by Peter Gloftis in 2016, No Name Lane began as a tiny hole-in-the-wall café in a nameless laneway off Oracle Boulevard. Its trade consisted mostly of coffee, gourmet wrapped…

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Mason Wines

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One of the joys of travelling through wine regions is having lunch at a winery. Not only can you dine looking out over the vines, but also the food is…

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Classic Cafe House

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A warm smile is the universal language of kindness, and nowhere more so than in a tourist town. It’s a place where you need to be ‘in the know’ when…

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Haig St Cafe

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Position, position, position. Often touted as the key to investing, these are not the only three precepts of real estate. Another is to gain a location as close as possible…

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