Mooloolaba Beach is a premier swimming beach, popular for body boarding and surfing. Restaurants and take away food outlets are nearby. This location is popular for wedding ceremonies and events. There are three separate areas for holding events, including the beach, the northern rocks and the spit rock wall.
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The beach is protected from southerly winds and is a popular location for families with children. The beach is excellent for swimming and is generally calmer than other locations. This is an ideal location for experienced body board riders. Restaurants and food outlets nearby.
The park is a popular site for holding weddings and other ceremonies. This park caters for most ages. There are rock pools on the beach to entertain the children. There are swings, shaded play equipment, BBQ and undercover picnic facilites and a toilet block. The Des Dwyer walkway begins here and connects to Moffat Beach along the Coastal Pathway.
Dog off-leash area between Russell Street and Victoria Terrace beach access 276 to 281 from May to October between 4.00 pm and 8.00 am.
Wurtulla Beach is popular for board riding, long beach walks and getting close to nature. Conditions are best in the morning, it can be windy in the afternoon. Dogs are permitted off-leash at all times Maloga Street, Buddina to Wurley Drive, Wurtulla (Beach access 226 to 247).
Hyatt Coolum Beach, Warran Road (for Hyatt Guests only), Yaroomba
Licensed restaurants and take away food outlets nearby. Hyatt beach is secluded and away from the hustle and bustle. There is a swimming pool directly behind the dunes and a beach kiosk. These facilities are available to Hyatt guests
Yaroomba Beach is an open beach and is very popular with surfers especially towards the headland of Point Arkwright. Conditions are best in north west to north east winds. You can enjoy the views as you walk over the headland on the many tracks and boardwalks north towards Coolum. Take away food outlets nearby. Beach access 87 to 90