WHY WE’RE HERE: Lisa Brecciaroli’s photo sums up the free and easy Coast lifestyle.
WHY WE’RE HERE: Lisa Brecciaroli’s photo sums up the free and easy Coast lifestyle.

 

THE natural beauty of the Sunshine Coast is why you choose to call the region home.

We asked our readers through the Sunshine Coast Daily Facebook page why living here was great.

What followed was a flood of images showcasing magical sunsets, beautiful beaches and flourishing national parks.

Geoff Upton said, "Where else do you get coast and country like this? Best in the world."

Even the wrecks are special as Nicola Brander’s photo shows.
Even the wrecks are special as Nicola Brander’s photo shows.

Ruth Jessup agreed. "When you step away from it and return you realise just how lucky we are to live in paradise."

David Ennew echoed those thoughts.

"The beaches are so gorgeous," he said.

John N Pauline Delisser pointed out that the "winters (are) even better than summer".

Melissa Walden gives Moffat Beach an A rating.
Melissa Walden gives Moffat Beach an A rating.

Monique Ashmore said her dogs loved catching up with their best friends on Coast beaches.

Anita Claire Hayward admitted she loves the Coast so much, she never wants to leave.

"I grew up here, married here, had kids (and) just turned 60," she said.

And Ross White summed it perfectly with "every day feels like a holiday".

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What do you love most about living on the Sunshine Coast?

This poll ended on 21 November 2014.

Current Results

The beautiful weather, endless summers

32%

It's a safe place to raise a family

2%

There is still charming spots where you can enjoy away from the tourists

3%

The natural beauty means we are living in paradise every day

52%

I don't like living here, I'd rather leave

8%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

 

On the water by Celeste Reeder.
On the water by Celeste Reeder.

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