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MYCONOS RESORT - MAROOCHYDORE ACCOMMODATION

Myconos Resort is situated in Cotton Tree a quiet and picturesque part of Maroochydore on Queensland Sunshine Coast.

You’ll love the beachside walking track that wraps around from Cotton Tree to Mooloolaba.

AMAZING SUNSHINE COAST

The Sunshine Coast Airport is 15 minutes north and the Brisbane Airport is 1 hours south. (Click here to view driving instructions)

The play grounds and parks are only a short stroll.

Cotton tree – The beachside suburb of Maroochydore and central to a wonderful variety of bistros, cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs.

Maroochydore is the main CBD and shopping centre of the Sunshine Coast. Maroochydore’s Sunshine Plaza is easy walking distance and has Myer, Cinemas and an enormous number of retailers boasting quality, and diversity.

The Maroochydore Surf Beach is renowned for surfing and surf lifesaving events along with boating, fishing, jet skiing along the Maroochy River.

THINGS TO SEE AND DO

Take a journey to another world through an 80 metre tunnel of discovery. Almost 20,000 fish live in the huge 2.5 million litre Oceanarium. See huge sharks, wobbegongs, rays, moray eels and giant Queensland Gropers, brilliant coral and tropical fish.

Visit the Sunshine Coast’s famous Australia Zoo…home of Steve Irwin – ‘The Crocodile Hunter’ .Watch the crocodile feeding, cuddle a koala, or a snake, feed the animals and learn about some rare and exotic animals.

Take a relaxing cruise down the Maroochy River, taking in the scenic beauty, wildlife and the peaceful tranquility of the Maroochy River.

The Bellingham Maze is a traditional Hedge Maze at Tanawha. This challenging maze is fun for adults and kids alike.
Experience the Cooloola region’s Mary Valley aboard the’ Valley Rattler’ Steam Train – easily one of Australia’s most scenic railway lines.
Become part of the wilderness environment on the unique safari drive. The 24 hectare animal sanctuary is home to colonies of deer, emus, kangaroos and other Australian Wildlife. Hand feed the deer from your own car!

See the glories of the Sunshine Coast from your self-launching glider – flies like an ordinary aeroplane, and can soar on silent wings. The most exciting scenic experience you will ever have!

Enjoy a Fraser Island Day Tour, exploring the unique heritage of Fraser Island. The tour takes you to scenic Lake McKenzie, Lake Birrabean, the coloured sands and much more.

The Sunshine Coast is home to some of the most challenging golf courses in Australia.
The Horton Park Golf Course is only minutes away from Myconos

Game fishing off Mooloolaba for Black Marlin, Blue Marlin, Sailfish and Yellow Fin Tuna, or enjoy a day reef fishing for Red Emperor, Snapper, Parrot, and many more. All reef fish caught are cleaned and gutted for you to take home and enjoy.

See the whales at play up close. Australia Zoo Whale One leaves from Mooloolaba or take the day trip to Harvey Bay with Storeyline Tours.Learn all about these majestic creatures.

Settlers Rise has quickly become recognized as a popular Sunshine Coast Winery.Call in and sample some of the regions finest wines and enjoy the views from the Sunshine Coast’s hinterland.

Combine a visit to the Saturday Eumundi Markets followed by a relaxing river cruise to the picturesque Everglades. Includes door to door pick up, 4 hour river cruise and afternoon tea.

Pit your wits against big sweeping bends, challenging chicanes, hair-raising hairpin’s and super-charged straights on Australia’s largest commercial go-kart track.

See the Sunshine Coast from another view!
Take the plunge and go skydiving over the scenic Sunshine Coast.

Get out, saddle up and experience the Aussie Dude Ranch. Fun for all ages riding safe horses or ponies. The expert guides will take you on some great Tourist Trails.

The Yandina Ginger Factory is one of the largest ginger factories in the Southern Hemisphere. Take a tour of the factory and watch the ginger process, or sample some of the unique gifts and ginger products available.

Come and enjoy a day underwater, swimming with the local marine life, and exploring the reef and wrecks.