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Take to the waves for some surfing or find a tranquil spot and unwind on the beach with your favourite novel.

Guide to Luxury Holidays in Brisbane Coast

With plenty of options for your next beach holiday, Brisbane Coast is the ideal destination. If you're keen on trying your hand at surfing, then visit North Stradbroke Island. Here, there are a few surfing beaches to choose from. Cylinder Beach is the most popular as the calm waves suit learners and children. The nearby Main Beach has stronger waves and stretches for nearly 20 miles. For peaceful beaches without waves, take a trip north to Bribie Island. The waters off Sylvan Beach are home to vibrant marine life, inviting you to take a dip in the still clear waters. The beach itself is also an excellent place for barbecues. Nearby Bongaree Beach has a fantastic family-friendly vibe as it's safe to swim here and the little ones can have fun on the playgrounds beside the beach. A few hours south lies Moreton Island, another calm getaway with white sand. Tangalooma Beach, on Moreton Island, is a celebrated destination for activities like snorkelling, kayaking, and swimming. You can even watch as wild dolphins arrive at Tangalooma Jetty each evening, eager to be fed. Kids of all ages will enjoy exploring the fun-filled Brisbane Coast.

Brisbane has 260 sunny days per year - ideal for luxury beach holidays. If you want to see migrating whales, then early May to October is the best time to visit. The Brisbane Coast is also great for fishing, which is at its prime from April to May. With a reputation for a world-class bar and restaurant scene, Brisbane is the ideal location for a family-friendly holiday at any time of year.
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Take a break from your luxury adventure for a five-star experience in fine dining exclusive to Brisbane. The steady year-round climate is the perfect environment for sourcing fresh local produce making alfresco dining very popular. Home to Queensland's largest group of Good Food Guide-awarded restaurants, you can look forward to menus including everything from Moreton Bay prawns to Lockyer Valley greens. International influences are evident here too such as Italian and Korean cuisine. Satisfy your palate with gourmet food and wine.
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