Two powerhouse female restauranters have partnered to offer a new fine-dining experience after the recent closure of Wasabi Restaurant and Bar.
Tourists have wasted no time in returning to the Sunshine Coast’s hinterland, following months of travel restrictions.
A director of one of the region's biggest markets feels like she’s organising a reunion, with the first event in three months held on Saturday.
There will be three-hourly cleaning at the taxpayer’s expense so almost 300 workers can share 51 desks at a State Government Maroochydore office.
Draft catchment maps have been released ahead of next year’s opening of the $127 million new state high school near Caloundra.
Restrictions are easing on eating out and there’s no shortage of new cafes, restaurants and dining experiences on the Sunshine Coast to explore. SEE THE LIST
Domestic tourism could be a lifeline for the Sunshine Coast with new data showing growth outpacing Queensland and Australia.
Footy fans will need to get in quick with just 6000 seats available for the Melbourne Storm’s match against Gold Coast Titans at Sunshine Coast Stadium.
There may still be an opportunity to experience the magic of Woodfordia despite Australia’s biggest music and culture festival looking unlikely this year.
EPIC VIEWS: A home with a grand slam championship worthy tennis court, formerly owned by a world number one player, could be yours for a cool $5.15 million.
Tegan Annett has been a journalist at the Gladstone Observer since 2012. She started as a cadet reporter, while studying at CQUniversity. A Tannum Sands resident since 2005, this year she took on the role as deputy editor.