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Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba, Queensland 4557, Australia
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All reviewssurf clubacross the roadon dutyclean sandbody surfinglife guardssurf lifesaverscafes and restaurantssunshine coastwarm watergreat wavesrock poolsgreat facilitiesgreat walkgreat spotgreat for familiesall ages
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Have been to Maloolaba on many occasions and have to say that the view of the ocean when you turn off from higher up is exceptional, never seen such a magnificent viiew. Why have I not given it a five star, primarily because its so...More

Thank Bernice D
Reviewed 4 days ago

A NICE BEACH IN A NATION OF NICE BEACHES. There’s nothing wrong with MOOLOOLABA BEACH. This 1800m long curved stip of silica seaward side of the spit between the river mouth and the beginning of ALEXANDRA HEADLAND** is plenty wide even at full tide, has...More

Thank blackeldo
Reviewed 5 days ago

A lovely beach to walk along, swim at and relax on. Another great Aussie beach. It's nice having a drink in the surf club on the veranda and gazing at the view

Thank gaylegreg
Reviewed 6 days ago

Beautiful stretch of sand which is both family friendly and and well protected. Easy walking pathways alongside and the boardwalk to the Spit is a must.

Thank PeterN1999
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Love the beaches on the Sunshine Coast. Mooloolaba Beach is nice and long. I would be well aware of the movement of the tide and stay save. It’s a lovely beach. Like all beaches stay between the flags.

Thank Michael L
Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked all the way up to the Spit along the beach. The beach was clean and well looked after,no rubbish or debris lying on the Beach.

Thank Walter K
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stay here on an annual basis and keep coming back for more. We stay at "Newport" in Parkyn Pde which is handy to the patrolled beach, the Mooloolaba Surf Club, and many restaurants along the waterfront. If you like fresh fish and prawns there...More

Thank Adrian S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Park your car on the foreshore ,walk past the rock pools or if with children stop to potter with buckets and spade. The fine sand is lovely for a barefoot stroll of about two kilometres ,on a sunny day have a sunbaked and a swim....More

Thank Eva D
Reviewed 1 week ago

B’ful beach with crystal clear water and very safe. Great surf club and walking distance to everything. Boardwalk also for full length of the beach. Nice parklands along the waterfront and playgrounds for the kids.

Thank Mick R
Reviewed 1 week ago

A walk along the Beach this morning was so beautiful.It wasnt hot and it wasnt cold and the water was so warm.There were so so many people soaking up the sun and relaxing

Thank Yvonne C
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30 June 2018|
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Response from travelfotofanatic | Reviewed this property |
I've never seen kangaroos near Mooloolaba beach, but then I'm not a local. Perhaps someone who lives around there can provide more information about 'roos in the area.
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Response from p44tto | Reviewed this property |
Not far on Kawana beach they do
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Response from SADunlop | Reviewed this property |
No you won't be able too bring your own barby. Best to have some kind soul go and claim a vacant one, if there is one, at around 3pm. You could also try the river front at Cotton Tree, there are a few more there. Or... More
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