LIFESTYLE & LEISURE
With its wonderful sub-tropical climate, major roads, domestic and international airport access, sophisticated telecommunication networks, world standard educational facilities, competitive housing costs and expanding economy. Australia’s Sunshine Coast offers a remarkable location to live, learn, work and play.
The Coast begins at Caloundra, just one hour’s drive north of Brisbane and extends to Cooloola, the gateway to World Heritage Listed Fraser Island. It takes in tranquil hinterland including the Glass House Mountains, Blackall Range, Noosa Hinterland and the Mary Valley; as well as more than 100 kilometres of beaches.
The enviable lifestyle of the Sunshine Coast offers a healthy, natural and safe place for individuals and businesses to prosper. The region offers excellent medical services and facilities. It has more than twice as much coastline as the Gold Coast and a high proportion of its land has been protected for future generations.
The Coast’s climate is a major drawcard with an average of 300 days of sunshine per year and average temperatures ranging from 21 to 29 degrees Celsius. Quite simply, the Sunshine Coast is an enticing destination with plenty of opportunities to enjoy the sunshine.
WORK & INDUSTRY
The Sunshine Coast’s Gross Regional Product has grown at 12.7% per annum over the past five years – more than double that of Queensland, itself a rapidly growing state. Growth is set to continue with major project expenditure (investment) forecast to reach record levels over the next five years, notably higher on a per capita basis than the Brisbane region, South East Queensland and Queensland as a whole.
The business environment on the Sunshine Coast is extremely favourable compared to other regional locations around Australia.
The Sunshine Coast’s Council plays a key role in developing the factors for businesses to start up, grow and expand. Objectives include developing infrastructure to facilitate employment, identifying future employment types to maintain high and stable levels of employment, enhancing quality of life and contributing to sustainable communities and encouraging enterprise and innovation.
Key business leaders and the Sunshine Coast Council have identified eleven active industry sectors, which include:
Aviation; Health and Wellbeing; Creative Industries; Light Industries; Digital Industries; Professional Services; Education Services; Sport and Leisure; Tourism and Events; Food and Beverages; Environmental Technologies.
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This naturally beautiful, green, dynamic and diverse destination is rapidly realising its vision to become one of Australia’s most livable region.