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Palmview, Queensland, Australia

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Palmview, Queensland, Australia

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Where to stay near Aussie World

Exploring Aussie World

Families with young kids will love Aussie World, a family fun park with an old-fashioned flavour. Dodgem cars, buggies, carousels, a ferris wheel, kiddie roundabouts, a giant slide, and other such attractions will keep the youngsters happy for hours.

Accommodation near Aussie World

Australia’s Sunshine Coast lives up to its name and its reputation as the perfect sea, sun, and sand holiday destination, with hundreds of thousands of visitors arriving here every year. As such, you will find everything from clean but basic backpacker hostels to the very best resorts in the world. Recommended accommodation include the Buderim Fiesta Motel , Poppies Bed and Breakfast and Amore On Buderim .

Sightseeing near Aussie World

A drive away is the famous Big Pineapple. This iconic attraction is 16 meters high and features two rides, where visitors can go around the plantation, learn about its history and even get off to visit the animal farm where they can feed animals such as pigs, chickens, ducks and even alpacas.

Transportation near Aussie World

Interstate or overseas visitors have a choice of two airports, with the closest, Sunshine Coast Airport, supporting flights to Melbourne and Sydney. The larger facility, Brisbane Airport, gives a better choice of flights but involves a longer trip by direct transfer to your Sunshine Coast hotel. From the local airport, taxis, shuttle buses, shared minibuses, local buses, and car hire get arrivals to their hotels, and both buses and trains run the length of the Sunshine Coast for those wishing to explore its entirety. A new bus service, Connect, links the pretty towns in the hinterland.