Where to stay on the Sunshine Coast?

Tourists needing a place to stay when visiting the Sunshine Coast have more than a few options. From hotels to glamping to roughing it in the backcountry, the Sunshine Coast provides accommodations for every budget and every type of traveler.

If cable TV and continental breakfast are holiday must-haves, there are hotels and motels all along the coast ready to become your home away from home. For a more personal experience, choose from one of 140 B-and-B’s or from the more than 300 vacation rentals listed on AirBNB!

But maybe you want to be closer to nature. After all, that’s what the Sunshine Coast is known for! ExploreMag.com lists 48 campgrounds and RV parks along the Sunshine Coast! With prices on the site ranging from free to $200 a night, there’s a campsite for every kind of camper. If you’re a local, comment below and let me know where you’d recommend for the ideal Sunshine Coast getaway.