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Mooloolaba Wharf

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Perfectly situated right in the Mooloolaba CBD with Shops,Boutiques, Restaurants, Patrolled surfing beach, Bank and Post Office all within easy walking distance.123 Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba QLD 4557

Mooloolaba Wharf

Mooloolaba Wharf is one of Mooloolaba's oldest attractions,serving as a focal point for many different restaurants, specialty shops and tour operators. It is also a permanent mariner for Boats & Yachts.

Mooloolaba wharf located just behind the beach is a base for many activities, restaurants and shops.

Aussie Sea Kayak Company
Cruise Away
Harbour River Canal Cruise
Mooloolaba Boat Hire
Mooloolaba Jetski Hire
Discover Deep Sea Fishing
Scuba World
Sunshine Sea Charters
Wharf Marine services

You can certainly feel the "age" of the wharf, it's not exactly thrilling stuff. However if it's your first time in Mooloolaba you can probably spend a few hours wondering through it's various shops and grab an ice cream.

Many Local tours operate from Mooloolaba Wharf including: Canal Cruises, Mooloolaba Jet Ski, Hog's Breath Cafe, Underwater World and the Wharf Tavern.

Mooloolaba wharf located just behind the beach is a base for many activities, Pub, Bars, restaurants and shops.

Aussie Sea Kayak Company, Cruise Away, Harbour River Canal Cruise, Mooloolaba Boat Hire, Mooloolaba Jetski Hire, Discover Deep Sea Fishing, Scuba World, Sunshine Sea Charters, and

Wharf Marine services
UnderWater World: Take a journey to another world at UnderWater World (Australia), Queensland’s largest Oceanarium and Aquarium. Easily spend half a day at Underwater world, then explore the wharf. You can view the shark feeding or watch a shark dive from the 80 metre transparent tunnel in the 2.5 million litre Oceanarium. Their most popular attraction though is the highly entertaining seal and otter shows where you’ll soon discover the highly amusing personalities of the family of mammals.


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