Sunshine Coast Hidden Realestate Localities

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So you think you know the Sunshine Coast? The name itself conjures up blue skies, lazy days, lush tropical hinterland and of course, world-famous beaches – think of Noosa Main Beach and Mooloolaba Beach. But the Sunshine Coast is so much more than a place to throw a towel down and catch some sun. It boasts more than a few hidden spots and local haunts. Places away from the hustle and bustle of tourism hotspots and more suited to those looking for some peace and tranquillity. This article will be leaving the better-known areas of the Sunshine Coast and taking a romp to some of our favourite hidden towns and regions. 

Federal and Tuchekoi, Sunshine Coast 

The Pomona and Federal region

A cruisy 25-minute drive through the gorgeous countryside from Noosa, you’ll discover quiet Federal. A stone’s throw from Pomona, overlooking the back of Mt Cooroora the Federal and Tuchekoi areas are home to around 400 locals. Nestled in the Hinterland but with easy access to the Bruce Highway and Brisbane beyond these suburbs are becoming a bit of a hotspot for property. To the east, you’ll find all Cooran, Pomona, Cooroy and eventually Noosa. To the west wanderers will be rewarded with a plethora of smaller towns and hidden nooks perfect for day tripping, known as the Mary Valley. Between the Connondale and Blackall ranges the Mary Valley is simply beautiful. For residents in the region, it’s a nice treasure to have on your doorstep. Property in the area doesn’t often come up, so if you are interested in this area let us know and we can put you on our buyers’ list, ensuring you’ll be among the first to know.

Eerwah Vale, Sunshine Coast 

Lookout from Eumundi Range looking out towards Eerwah Vale.

To the west of Eumundi and north of Yandina, you’ll find Eerwah Vale. The impressive Mount Eerwah juts out from the rolling plains and the few homes in the area are surrounded by lush rainforest and an abundance of nature. If you are in the neighbourhood, climbing Eerwah Mountain is certainly worth it and you will be rewarded with stunning views from Noosa to Kenilworth. For property investors and homeowners, Eerwah vale presents the opportunity for a deep, relaxing breath of country living. Head south to Yandina, a tiny drive to Eumundi and Noosa and close enough to the Sunshine Coast hub of Maroochydore and all its conveniences. The beauty of Eerwah Vale is its proximity to everything without the hustle and bustle. Those looking for a quiet slice of country living away from the busyness that can sometimes appear on the Sunshine Coast. This tucked-away region is an X on the map. Register your interest by joining our buyers’ lists and we’ll reach out.

Verrierdale, Sunshine Coast

Mount Ninderry shares a border with the Verrierdale area.

Another lesser-known locality is Verrierdale. Occupying a vast swathe of land that stretches from Eumundi to Peregian Springs, Verrierdale is a little-known region. Like much of the Sunshine Coast, the region is surrounded by natural beauty and close enough to everything you’ll ever need. East of the national highway and close to beaches, and schools but offering investors and owners plenty of space and quiet, property in Verrierdale is highly sought after. The median house price sits at a comfortable $1.2 million an increase of around 12.9% over 12 months but the interest in the area is phenomenal. registers over 700 interested buyers, so if you are thinking of selling the ball is in your court… for now. 

It’s been noted that Queensland’s population is currently increasing – rapidly. It may not sound like much but according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Queensland welcomed 73,000 new residents by the end of 2021. A trend of migration that looks set to continue into 2022. With our white sandy beaches, lush tropical hills and plethora of space nestled close to modern conveniences, the Sunshine Coast is high on the list of places to move to. If you’re thinking of selling or keen to buy, reach out to us – we’d love to show you around.

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