Sunshine Coast and Hinterland
Located 100km north of Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast is well-known for its pristine beaches, scenic drives, and unspoiled national parks. From the ocean to the hinterland, restaurants in this region take advantage of fresh local produce.
With a strong and growing economy, competitive business conditions, and accessibility to major national and international markets, the Sunshine Coast offers a fantastic quality of life.
Living on the Sunshine Coast and Hinterland
The Sunshine Coast has an international airport, a Sunshine Coast line operated by TransLink between it and Brisbane city, and scheduled bus services. The Sunshine Coast Council has information for new residents. You can also see some video stories about the lives of multicultural people living on the Sunshine Coast and their journey to Australia.
The Nambour Community Centre provides settlement support, including assistance with writing your resume or filling in forms. It also has programs aimed at migrants, including the Suncoast Settlement Program and Cultural Connections Program. Caloundra Community Centre also has an adult literacy program, English conversation classes, and a global hub for women from different cultural backgrounds.
A National Cities Performance Framework is available for Sunshine Coast, which provides information about housing, infrastructure, and liveability.
Education – Study Sunshine Coast
Investment Opportunities – Invest Sunshine Coast
Looking for work
Tourism – Visit Sunshine Coast
Property Search – domain.com.au
Property Search - realestate.com.au
Employment Search - seek.com.au
Work in Paradise - Queensland Tourism and Hospitality Jobs