Tony and Kim Outdoor Adventures acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land where we live and work. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and Elders from other communities we may visit and walk beside. (Tony) as a Bidjari Descendant, recognise their connection to Country and their role in caring for and maintaining Country over thousands of years. May their strength and wisdom be with us today..

Quick Dip Moffat Beach Sunshine Coast

 


 

Quick Dip Moffat Beach Sunshine Coast. 

Queensland Australia.

Early morning we headed to one of the lesser-known beachfront destinations on the Sunshine Coast, Moffat Beach. Moffat Beach is a distinct vibe that differentiates it from its more famous neighbours like Kings Beach and Dicky Beach.

Leaving the driveway we witnessed nature's morning show first with hints of orange that creep across the sky and develop into a riot of deepest oranges and reds. Getting out of bed early rewards you with a sunrise that lasts but a few minutes. But its beauty can burn in our hearts eternally.





While long popular among locals and beachgoers Moffat Beach has remained a hidden gem off the tourist trail but offers an excellent array safe swimming and plenty of peace and quiet.

Peaceful and serene with shade provided courtesy of the pine and pandanus trees that line the shore, breezy Moffat is one of the Sunshine Coast’s top picnic spots. Picnic shelters and barbecues are available at Eleanor Shipley Memorial Park which provides ocean views over the beach.








The sunny weather on the dog friendly Sunshine Coast is a continuous invitation to adventure outside with your four-legged friend. The Sunshine Coast beaches stretch for over 60km giving dog owners plenty of options for a day out down the beach. Moffat Beach Off-leash access is between 4pm and 8am each day between Lower Neil Street at Dicky Beach (beach access 269) and south to Russell Street where it connects with Shelly Beach.




Our pup (Shari) loves the beach, because it's a new place to explore and run around. Oh the joy of romping on a sandy beach, splashing in the surf, wind blowing in your hair, dogs love the beach. If your pup is one of them, you certainly want to give him the opportunity. Besides, you can have a lot of fun, too.








We walked up to Moffs Café Bar for breakfast and were so impressed. Moffs Café Bar is an amazing new restaurant in Moffat and provides a classic contemporary styled venue serving fresh modern Australian and Mediterranean cuisine. Moffs Café Bar is located along the casual row of bars, cafes and restaurants that line Seaview Terrace with views overlooking Moffat Beach. We sat outside in the alfresco dog friendly area and ordered the Moffs breakfast.  The display cabinet is full of delicious treats and the venue has a strong focus on locally supplied ingredients and beverages served by friendly staffs who are excited to make your dining experience the best it can be.







If you want some top nosh there’s no place nicer than some of the Coast’s southern charmers to get your mouth watering. Also on Seaview Terrace check out:




  

The Pocket Espresso Bar

The Pocket Espresso Bar is a local favourite that overlooks Moffat Beach and provides some of the tastiest breakfasts in Caloundra. Make sure to pencil The Pocket in for your next weekend breakfast. It has laid-back vibes and stylish décor, with picturesque courtyard featuring local artists’ murals and tropical plants.







At Moffat Beach Brewing Co

At Moffat Beach Brewing Co they have the finest ever-changing menu, championing fresh local produce on the Sunshine Coast, and in fact some of the most highly-awarded beer in Australia. From perennial favourites to seasonal releases, their beers are inspired by the people and places of the Sunshine Coast.

 


Tony and Kim Outdoor Adventures acknowledges the Kabi Kabi and Jinibara peoples as the traditional custodians of the Sunshine Coast, and wishes to pay respect to their Elders past and present.



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