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Sunshine Coast (Post Code 4551 – 4575)

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The Sunshine Coast is one of Queensland’s iconic locations for tourists and locals alike. There are vast beaches, a thriving food scene, and many natural treasures within the surrounding hinterland. The Sunshine Coast region stretches from Caloundra, near Brisbane, to the Great Sandy National Park in the north.

With great all-round year weather, the Sunshine Coast is a prime place for Australian’s to retire or work remotely from. 

As Brisbane property managers with specialists in the Sunshine Coast area, we know the Sunshine Coast well!

Housing Style and Demographics

Whether it is a large rural property, waterfront home or apartment, the Sunshine Coast does not come up short with its diverse properties across its landscape. You will find a mixture of classical and modern builds throughout the region.  So, if it’s a quaint farmhouse or modern high floor apartment, you’ll be looked after.

The 2016 Census shows that the median age for the Sunshine Coast region is 44 years old.  Furthermore, it has the population growing at a rate of 2.7%. According to research by the Queensland Government, 52% of migration to the area is from other states within Australia.  This shows a strong desire to move to the warmer and friendlier climate of the Sunshine Coast.

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History

Originally inhabited by the Kabi Kabi people, the Sunshine Coast area including the Glass House Mountains was then declared the Bunya Bunya Reserve by Governor George Gipps. Until the 1860’s and 1870’s, the history of the area was not free of conflict between the indigenous people and settlers. Afterwards, the timber industry began to boom with towns beginning as small jetties and ports. Later, fruit and dairy farming replaced the timber trade, with sugar cane and pineapple farming following.

A development boom following World War II saw the Sunshine Coast region gain the reputation as being a popular holiday destination.  This included theme parks and tourist attractions arriving soon after in the 1970’s.

As the region continues to develop today, residential areas, shopping and tourist attractions continue to boom.  However, the Sunshine Coast is balancing the importance of tourist trade, and its wonderful atmosphere, local produce, and artists.

Public Transport

Sunbus provides frequent bus services for TransLink throughout the Sunshine Coast, connecting you between towns, food and shopping hubs. There is also the Sunshine Coast Line which connects Brisbane to the Sunshine Coast. In our Property Management Sunshine Coast role, we are able to guide residents to find transport convenient homes!

Stores and Amenities

The Sunshine Coast might not be a capital city, but that doesn’t mean it falls short of access to great shopping, restaurants and facilities. There are a wide range of shopping centres including Sunshine Plaza, Caloundra Shopping Centre, and Kawana Shoppingworld. If you love your food, you won’t take long to find your new favourite place with no shortage of cafes, restaurants and take-aways.

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For Property Owners

Especially relevant for property owners is that our leading role in property management Sunshine Coast means we are well qualified to manage your investment property here. Do contact us to find out how we can serve you. Our email address is info@positionone.com.au and phone number 07 3843 4511.

For Residents

Choosing the right suburb for you and your family can be a daunting task. If you’re looking for a tree or sea change, check out our Sunshine Coast rentals for a home or apartment that suits your needs!

We would love to manage your property! Call us today on 07 3843 4511 (Camp Hill Office) or send us a message!

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