Visit Sunshine Coast (VSC) is working in conjunction with local tourism organisations and chambers of commerce to launch the second phase of the ‘Come to life’ marketing campaign
The Sunshine Coast’s reputation as a haven for
The guide highlights the region's appeal from hinterland and coastal activities to local flavours
Queensland’s Sunshine and Fraser Coasts are once again joining forces as ‘Australia’s Nature Coast’ to spruik their natural attractions in Germany
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Support for staging business events on the Sunshine Coast has received a welcome boost with the launch of the Business Events Assistance Program
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Visit Sunshine Coast (VSC) is aiming to maintain the region’s strong tourism growth with an integrated six month marketing campaign that will particularly focus on the intra-Queensland market
The Events Centre Caloundra put on a spectacular show last night for the Australian Event Awards, considered the ‘Oscars’ of the Australian events industry
The campaign, with the tagline Come to life will run in South Australia, during two bursts from 3-16 August and 5-18 October with sales fares available from Jetstar to support the route
In its sixth year of operation, services will be available to and from the Sunshine Coast up to four times per week
Sunshine Coast’s port of Mooloolaba offered sunny skies and a warm welcome for 600 cruise passengers
If you prefer cheese and wine to chocolate eggs, then the Sunshine Coast is the place to be this Easter
The Sunshine Coast attracted the highest ever increase in international visitors with 231,000 arrivals last year, up 19.9% and contributing $266 million in visitor expenditure to the economy
Mary Valley’s historic ‘Rattler’ to get back on the rails The lush farmlands of the Mary Valley will once again resound to the rhythmic chug of steam trains following the Queensland Government’s anno...
Ex-Pom, Dan Horne was so entranced by his new home on the Sunshine Coast that he wrote a song called ‘This Town’, which provides the soundtrack for Visit Sunshine Coast’s new destination campaign...
Recognising the high growth potential of the international visitor market, VSC has established the role of Director of International Marketing, which will be filled by Rachel Meyer
Tourism to the Sunshine Coast as US and Kiwi visitor numbers surge and Asia emerges as a future inbound powerhouse