Cultural Attractions Yandina provides a comprehensive QLD Tourism profile for you to find your business in your local Yandina 4562 area. The information presented is the most recent available and updated regularly.
Prepare yourself for a heightened sensory experience! The sound of a few hundred horsepower behind you, the feeling of weightlessness as you get airborne off your first few waves, the taste and the feel of the wind and the salt spray in your face all adds up to one thing...mega fun! Screaming and lots of laughter is mandatory, so don\'t even try to hold back. We also have a magical coastline to explore - waves crashing on rocky cliffs, pristine little coves and beaches of Noosa National Park, secret caves and the spectacular Hell\'s Gates. Regular dolphin spotting and whales in winter make this a 100% pure adrenalin ride.
Open daily with free admission the iconic Ginger Factory is one of the Sunshine Coast’s most popular tourist attractions.
Discover our story of ginger from paddock to plate and see how Buderim Ginger have become the largest processor of ginger in the world.
Experience the fascinating world of bees with our live bee show then taste our sensational varieties of honey.
Go Overboard with the gingerbread man as you set out on an exciting water voyage visiting hundreds of puppets from every port of the world.
Ride Moreton our 100 year old Ginger train as you relax in our open air carriage and enjoy our beautiful gardens.
The Ginger Factory is the perfect place to experience the authentic taste of Queensland with great shopping along with a fantastic café featuring modern Australian cuisine surrounded by acres of beautiful tropical gardens & walks.
Overboard Boat Ride
Family: $ 44.00
The Factory Tour
The Live Bee Show
Tour Double Deal – Includes the Factory tour and the Live Bee Show
Ride Double Deal – Includes the Ginger Train and the Overboard Boat Ride
Superpass – Includes all rides and attractions
Just 60 minutes north of Brisbane Airport. Follow the Bruce Highway (M1) to the Yandina/Coolum exit and follow the signs.
Eumundi markets is open rain, hail or shine every Wednesday and Saturday.
A visit to the Original Eumundi Markets is shopping heaven if you’re looking for something different, something handmade, something special…
You’ll find original artworks, sculptures, furniture, handmade toys, homewares, and skincare, as well as cutting edge fashion and jewellery by local designers, all guided by our ethos of “we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it”.
If you’re a foodie, you’ll especially love our market …laksa, calamari, thai, paella, quality coffee, chocolate, great cakes, old fashioned lemonade, and more. We have a wealth of fresh produce – including fresh fruit and vegetables, freshly baked breads, locally made cheeses and yoghurts.
And, when you need a break from the shopping, sit back and be entertained by a stellar line-up of performers guaranteed to get you in the groove. There’s plenty of local talent to keep you entertained, with world-music sounds, country tunes or tribal rhythms.
You can also have your palm read or indulge in a vast array of services offered by our many health and wellbeing practitioners.
Nutworks is in Yandina directly across the road from The Ginger Factory.
Visitors are welcome to uncover the history and health benefits of macadamias – local to this very area, view macadamia processing, chocolate panning and roasting, as well as sample macadamias in a variety of flavours.
Admission is FREE and the retail shop is full of unique gifts and souvenirs including boutique macadamias, chocolate, confectionery and beautifully packaged gifts and hampers.
Relax with a coffee in the Cafe and enjoy a macadamia scone or a decadent treat from the ever-changing cake display.
Nutworks also has an online shop where all products are at your fingertips to order for delivery Australia-wide.
Follow Nutworks on Facebook for updates, recipes and more.
Hinterland Feijoas is Australia's first certified organic feijoa orchard, and is situated on 11 acres in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland between Eumundi and Kenilworth. Owners Sally and Peter welcome visitors to their farm on weekends during the fresh fruit season March and April annually. Other times are available by appointment. Group tours are welcome, and can be accompanied by a feijoa-themed morning tea if required. Hinterland Feijoas markets fresh organic feijoas, feijoa jams and chutney, feijoa gelato and chocolate, feijoa balsamic glazes, and preserved feijoas. The farm has spectacular views across the Upper Mary Valley towards Mt Eerwah, and has bus access. Visitors can just chill in the fresh country air, try all things feijoa, pat some cute mini-ponies, and learn about organic gardening.
Visitors to the Sunshine Coast's popular Eumundi markets often admire mature figs, camphor laurels, lillypillies, flame trees and a jacaranda along the town's main thoroughfare without knowing their significance. The Eumundi Women's Patriotic Committee raised £100 for the planting of 20 trees, representing local lives lost in WWI. Between 1914 and 1918, 87 men from Eumundi and the surrounding district enlisted. Memorial avenues were an uncommon choice in Queensland although many flourished in southern states. Originally figs were planted to create Eumundi's memorial drive. Only five have survived. Replantings introduced the mixture of trees. Every tree had a unique bronze tablet bearing in brass letters the name, unit, date and place of death of a deceased soldier. Over time some were lost. The 12 remaining plaques now can be found in the Eumundi Historical Museum. Eumundi is one of the few towns in Queensland without a monumental type WWI memorial. The trees provide a focal point for remembrance ceremonies, particularly on ANZAC Day when school children place floral tributes at the base of each tree.