Winter is here and we are starting to feel the chill. That being said, the weather in Mooloolaba during winter is simply spectacular. With cool mornings that feature impressive sunrises, clear sunny days and spectacular sunsets of an evening, the beach is breathtaking in winter. While the number of swimmers and surfers dwindles, beachgoers are still enjoying everything that Mooloolaba has to offer throughout the colder months.
Of a morning, you will see many going for a stroll, coffee in hand, taking it all in. Throughout the day, the Esplanade comes alive with restaurants and cafes catering to tourists and local businesses alike. As the night falls, the jumpers come out but you could hardly complain if you compare to a Melbourne or Sydney winter night.
The winter also brings whale season which is a must for anyone visiting Mooloolaba. Whale One offers daily tours that guarantee you will be able to watch the whales swim and perform in their natural habitat. These magnificent creatures frolic not so far from the shores at Mooloolaba and are ready to put on a show between June and November.
SeaLife of course also offers year round underwater adventures such as shark diving, animals feeds, talks and much more!
Another drawcard in the winter months is the quickly growing Mooloolaba Collective Markets. Held monthly on a Sunday morning, they showcase very high quality wares from local up-and-coming designers, new small businesses, fashion, lifestyle and gourmet food. The line-up of stalls has been very carefully selected providing a modern and relaxed approach to outdoor shopping whilst supporting the local community.
Quite simply put there is no shortage of things to do in Mooloolaba during winter, the coastal town simply shifts a gear and shows off the natural beauty that surrounds us here. If you are considering a visit to Mooloolaba, then get in touch with us to ensure you get the best rates on Mooloolaba Accommodation and get a nice central apartment, walking distance to all major attractions.
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