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    Discover the picturesque Settlement Cove Lagoon

    by JohanIsWeg Written Dec 3, 2008

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    Settlement Cove is a picturesque little lagoon along Redcliffe Parade. Crystal clear water invite even the most reticent to enter and wade around the central island. In places, the azure waters become quite deep and allows for stroke practice.

    A smaller pool caters for toddlers. Toilets and change rooms are available on site, as well as a snack stall. While there is enough eye candy, it is not uncomfortably crowded.

    Lots of parking available at the nearby car park.

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    Family day at Suttons Beach

    by JohanIsWeg Written Dec 3, 2008

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    Suttons Beach has ample car parking for the whole family! Luxurious emerald lawns, toddler play equipment, BBQ facilities, shaded picnic areas, a wide sandy beach and tranquil water makes this an ideal destination for young and old. Pack a picnic lunch, put some steak or prawns on the barbie or buy from the many nearby take-aways.

    An ideal solution for those who do not wish to compete for space with crowds on the Sunshine Coast's more illustrious beaches.

    For the more energetic, a walkway links the beach with Settlement Cove Lagoon.

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    Sun-soaking at Scotts Point

    by JohanIsWeg Written Dec 3, 2008

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    Scotts Point, off Whytecliffe Parade, offers reserved sunbathers the opportunity of more secluded sunbathing. Find a private spot and soak up the son. Sandbanks have been brought in to shore up the eroding beachfront, and the strip of sand is too narrow - particularly during high tide - for larger crowds to engage in rowdy beach sports.

    The calm water is ideal for distance swimming and beachcombers will be rewarded with a bounty of shells.

    There is an ablution facility and change rooms, while beachside cafes are plentiful.

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    Historic wreck

    by JohanIsWeg Written Dec 3, 2008

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    North-east of Woody Point, where Lilla Street meets Gayundah Esplanade, lies the Gayundah wreck. Having served as a gunship in the Queensland navy, the historic craft was eventually beached in 1958 to serve as a breakwater against erosion.

    The Gayundah played a role in the Australian navy's first mutiny soon after its arrival from England in 1885, and - in 1903 - it became the first ship to broadcast a message at sea to an Australian wireless station. In later life, the Gayundah served as a sand and gravel barge along the Brisbane River.

    The rusting hulk provides rich and earthy colours against blue skies and seas - a very photogenic and accessible location.

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    Suttons Beach

    by stevemt Written Mar 2, 2009

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    Suttons beach is a great family orientated are. BBQ's are free here, there are many facilities such as [icnic tables, grassy areas and a great beach. Also in the area is a great restaurant/takeaway

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