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Top-rated holiday rentals in Mooloolaba

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Canal View - Stroll to Beach
Kick back and relax in this calm, stylish space. Located right on the water of Mooloolaba's canals, our first floor apartment is positioned perfectly to catch all the best cool breezes right off the water while you sit back and watch the fish jump from the clear waters of the canal view. Fully equipped kitchen, dining and living, a full laundry and everything else you need as if you were right at home. Easy walk to the best beaches and what will soon become all your favourite restaurants.
29 Aug – 5 Sept
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Mooloolaba Beach ~ Resort Unit 456
Welcome to our cosy apartment at The Beach Club in the heart of Mooloolaba! Here you will find yourself only 150m to the esplanade and a short 300m to the beach. Restaurants, bars, boutiques, supermarket, Surf Club and patrolled beach are all within walking distance for your convenience. Our apartment is self contained and air conditioned and you have full access to the resort facilities including pool, gym and sauna plus the rooftop bar-b-que, spa and magnesium mineral plunge pool.
3 – 10 July
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KeyPoint canal front apartment Mooloolaba
Our apartment is part of a small complex on the canal in the heart of Mooloolaba. It is on the Ground Floor with a magnificent north-facing canal outlook. This is enhanced by the canal being very wide at this point. It is located an easy walk from the main beach and all the cafes and restaurants that Mooloolaba is famous for. It is far enough away from the hustle and bustle of that strip to provide peace and quietness, but close enough for you to walk there should you want to.
28 Apr – 5 May

Popular amenities for Mooloolaba holiday rentals

Stay near Mooloolaba's top sights

SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarium327 locals recommend
The Wharf Mooloolaba101 locals recommend
Mooloolaba Fish Market49 locals recommend
La Balsa Park29 locals recommend
The Surf Club Mooloolaba93 locals recommend
Rice Boi136 locals recommend

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Beautiful apartment on the Canal
26 Jan – 2 Feb
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The Pool House—Cool Designer Loft Close To Beach
22 – 29 Sept
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Designer Private Apartment, Close to Beach with Sea Views
8 – 15 May
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''The View at Alex''
9 – 16 May
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New Mooloolaba luxury getaway steps from the beach
20 – 27 May
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Poolside self contained unit walk to beach
8 – 15 May
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Bungalow, Pool & BBQ walk to Beach 1200M
4 – 11 Apr
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Beachside Unit with Private Courtyard
7 – 14 May
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Mooloolaba’s Private Guest Studio Room
7 – 14 May
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The Cottage
9 – 16 May
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Soul Beach House - Lux Beach + Pool Getaway
2 – 9 June
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Endless Summer Luxury Beach House Mooloolaba ❂
4 – 11 Nov

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Mooloolaba

Total rentals

650 properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

210 properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

420 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

110 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

480 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

25K reviews

Your guide to Mooloolaba

All About Mooloolaba

The sun-soaked city of Mooloolaba is 97 kilometres north of Brisbane on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. Surrounded by turquoise waters, it’s commonly ranked as one of the best beach destinations in all of Australia, and has a metropolitan vibe with tall business and residential towers that dominate the central district. Surf shops, sculptures made by local artists, galleries, and upscale seafood restaurants with curated wine lists line the beachside esplanade where people go to hang out when they’re not sunbathing.

Top attractions include a theme park, botanical gardens filled with sculptures, a hedge maze, and the Point Cartwright Lighthouse. With beaches renowned for their velvety white sand and a beachside promenade rife with exquisite food, cafes, juice bars, and trendy boutique shops, Mooloolaba draws visitors with its blend of sun, water, city amenities, and just a touch of bohemian flair.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Mooloolaba

The weather in Mooloolaba is warm and pleasant throughout the year, with only minor drops in temperature during the winter months. The region experiences its hottest temperatures between November and February, but higher winds and more precipitation help keep the heat index low. The Mooloolaba Beach Festival celebrates the end of summer in February with events like outdoor movie screenings and sunrise yoga on the beach. The winter months are cool and dry, drawing migrating humpback whales near the shores, and it’s an excellent time to book one of the area’s holiday rentals if you want to have the coastal trails to yourself.


Top things to do in Mooloolaba

Mooloolaba Boardwalk

The Mooloolaba Boardwalk is a pedestrian walkway along the beach that brings you past the best things that the town has to offer. Seafood restaurants, music venues, trendy bars, and boutique shopping are all within a stone's throw of the beach and promenade. You can walk directly down to the sand to take in the area’s striking sunsets.

Point Cartwright Loop

This 1.8-kilometre trail brings you through some of the most spectacular scenery on the Sunshine Coast Following the Mooloolah River as it flows into the sea, this hiking path concludes with a trip around the Point Cartwright Lighthouse and views that are well worth the trek — especially if you can make it for the sunset. Along the way, there are several opportunities to explore the brush and play in the water.

The Wharf

Fishing is still an important industry in Mooloolaba, and the specialty is shellfish. Head to the wharf for seafood restaurants with large outdoor dining areas where you can eat great spanner crab, lobster, and prawns. Sweet shops, a marina with boat rentals, fishing areas, and the patrolled Mooloolaba Beach round out this area.

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