Action / Historical / Cooking


Golf: Play 18-holes of golf at Woodford, Beerwah (15 mins), or Caloundra (25 mins). or 9 holes at Maleny, Cruise on the Mooloolaba river with Caloundra cruises (30 mins), or in the Pumicestone Passage with Ferryman Cruises to see the Dugongs that live there, or for the more energetic you can go Kayaking with Blue Water Kayak Tours. If you like sailing then Set Sail Cruises sails daily from Mooloolaba. You can also go on an abseiling or rock climbing adventure organised by Pinnacle Sports. For the serious athlete take part in the "100 mile run" organised by Glasshouse Trails , which attracts athletes from around the world. At Caloundra you can do Stand up paddle surfing or windsurf with Sunshine Coast Sailboards.





Around the corner from us is an old Cobb & Co. staging post and the original boarding house Bankfoot House, which is worth a visit. Bankfoot House is a state heritage listed property and the oldest surviving residence in the Glass House Mountains. 12Km away is Woodford, famous for its Summer Folk Festival, a village which seems to be stuck in a 50's time warp. 15Km away is the interesting Landborough Historical Museum. There's also a fascinating European museum of art and archaeology called the Abbey Museum (25 mins) and the Caboolture Historic Village (15 mins) on the way to Bribie Island.




Cooking Classes

Cooking classes are a great way to meet new people, learn new skills and have an enjoyable day out. Try ones at the Spirit House or Freestyle Escape.




Call Sunshine Coast Tourism on 1800 700899 or The Glass House Mountains Visitors centre on 54387220.