SUNREEF to switch off and submerge for Earth Hour awareness

SUNREEF Mooloolaba will be running a very special Earth Hour Submerged Dive on the ex-HMAS Brisbane to celebrate Earth hour on March 19, 2016.

dan-hart-exploring-wreck-matt-shephard-bright-webSunreef will head out for a night dive and turn off our lights for one minute on dusk to bring awareness to the Earth Hour campaign. For those who can’t make the dusk dive, Sunreef will also host a morning dive, also on March 19, which will discuss climate change on the boat ride out the ex-HMAS wreck.


Sunreef takes up the challenge to Clean Up Mooloolaba

_DSC0045Sunreef divers will take to the HMAS Brisbane wreck and the Mooloolaba canals as part of Clean Up Australia Day this year.

On Saturday March 5th, Sunreef staff will lead a group on a Clean Up Walk around the Mooloolaba canals before a breakfast barbeque at Sunreef, followed up a trip out to the ex-HMAS Brisbane to clean up underwater.

Whales get set to glide through the Sunshine Coast

SUNREEF Mooloolaba is busy prepping their team and their vessels for what is anticipated to be the biggest Swim with the Whales season yet. The Humpback Whales are currently feeding in the Antarctic and will start to migrate up the East Coast of Australia, reaching the Sunshine Coast in June, with official Swim with the Whales experience kicking of in July.

sun_reef_2The 2016 season will be Sunreef’s third after launching Australia’s 1st Swimming with Humpback Whale encounters in 2014. Sunreef are keen to help more people experience an encounter with these magnificent mammals from a new perspective.

Experience Australia’s 1st Swim with Humpback Whales experience

Humpback whales are the gentle giants of the sea and now you can see them up close from within their own environment, with Australia’s 1st Swim with Humpback Whales experience on Australia’s beautiful Sunshine Coast.

whale-breaching-in-front-of-glasshouse-mtns-1-photo-by-katie-jackson-webSunreef Mooloolaba launched its Swim with Whales experience in 2014 and there is strong demand for this truly unique wildlife experience.

Just one hour north of Queensland’s capital Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast waters are clear and warm, even in winter, offering perfect conditions to see these gentle giants in their own environment.

Volunteer army mobilising to deliver “Spirit of Buderim”

An army of willing Buderim volunteers will mobilise this weekend to deliver a very special publication to every home in the Buderim community.

bf-logo-vThe “Spirit of Buderim” publication is a joint initiative of the Buderim War Memorial Community Association (BWMCA) and the Buderim Foundation.

Buderim Foundation Chair Prof. Paul Clark said the 16-page publication celebrates the community’s achievements and seeks to explain how important our volunteers are in enriching the lives of every resident in the area.

Do you know what’s in your weepholes?

Most homeowners like to think they know what’s happening within their ‘four walls’ however, there is an entry that is often left unguarded.


Every brick home in Australia has gaps left between some bricks in external masonry walls that are known as weepholes. These often go unnoticed by homeowners.

Sunreef welcomes summer with Todd & Sammi

Sunreef Mooloolaba is welcoming the warm water on Friday 4th December with a family fun afternoon at its dive centre, including free tank dives, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, face painting and heaps of other fun activities.

FM’s Todd & Sammi will host the Warm Water Welcome afternoon with a live broadcast and sausage sizzle.

Sunreef’s Dan Hart said as Summer approaches, the Warm Water Welcome afternoon would provide a great opportunity for people to try activities they may not usually think of trying.

Story Stones set to enhance children’s creative play

Sunshine Coast businesswoman Janelle Martin is set to spark children’s creativity and imagination just in time for Christmas with the launch of Creative Story Stones.

Hunter-and-Kaylee-Creative-Story-Stones-2Creative Story Stones are a tool to spark children’s creativity and imagination and it doesn’t hurt that it is an opportunity to get them away from “screen time” including TV and devices that have become so prevalent.

Coffee King Phillip Di Bella in Maroochydore

Coffee King and entrepreneur Phillip Di Bella is coming to the Sunshine Coast to share the secrets of the perfect brew! Fresh from an international tour of coffee producers and providers, Phillip will entertain and inform on the drink that’s become the most widely consumed beverage in the world.


Mark your calendar for carols with a “view” on Buderim – Saturday, 12th December

The Buderim War Memorial Community Association (BWMCA) are asking locals to save the date in their calendar as they prepare to spread the message of peace and goodwill at the annual Buderim Community Carols on Saturday 12th December.

BWMCA_LOGO_HThis will be the first time the annual event has been held at the new Buderim Village Park. The park boasts stunning views across the Sunshine Coast so event organisers know this will add to the family fun atmosphere that Community Christmas carols create.

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