Category Archive for "winter in Mooloolaba"

September 2016 Newsletter fashion, events and concerts

September 2016 Newsletter August was full of all kinds of excitement: The Pacific Jewel arrived and over 1000 passengers disembarked. Most spent the weather-perfect day walking around Mooloolaba. Some of our friends were on the cruise so it was nice to spend some time with them. Pacific Jewel moored in front of NorthwindBeach goers had a great view of the Pacific Pearl.The weather was perfect when the Pacific Pearl stopped in at Mooloolaba The Marathon weekend meant that Mooloolaba and Alex were full of very healthy looking people and most of our guests enjoyed watching the marathon action from their...
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August 2016 News sunsets, gardens and Asian Cuisine

August 2016 News sunsets, gardens and Asian Cuisine We have had amazing winter weather this July with some record breaking temperatures. One day reach 31 degrees Celsius! Some evenings the sunsets have been absolutely stunning, ranging from subtle pastels through to blazing oranges. Spectactular July sunset from Mooloolaba SpitBeautiful pastel coloured sunset, MooloolabaAugust sunset 5 There is a new lookout on the northern end of the Alex Headland Park. It has a magnificent set of stairs leading down to the beach below. From the lookout you get expansive views to Mudgimba, Mt Coolum and Noosa Heads. Stairs from the new...
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July 2016 News

News for July 2016. We finally got some wintery weather towards the end of June. We welcomed the change in seasons, bringing out the jackets and shoes from storage and turning on the heating! We have been enjoying early evening walks which give a new perspective to familiar sights. We’ve also had some spectacular sunsets. Loo with a View stairs lit upSpectacular sunset There have been changes on The Wharf over the past few months and there are more to come. The lates development is the Whale One shop and booking office. You can book whale watching cruises of varying...
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Winter beach

The great thing about living at the beach is you get to enjoy the moods, colours and patterns of the waves and sand as they change through out the year. The cooler colours of the sea and waters off Mooloolaba beach are enchanting: the shades of greys and sea greens, bluish hues and contrasting white of wave caps and foam. Walking along the beach during the winter months is special as there are few people, some seagulls and some crabs scuttling around. Mostly winters bring calmer seas, and the water temperature rarely drops below 20 degrees Celsius. A winter storm brings added...
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