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5 Pram Walks on the Sunshine Coast

Feb 14, 2023   •   
5 Pram Walks on the Sunshine Coast

Let’s explore 5 Pram Walks on The Sunshine Coast

Who said it was impossible to get out and adventure with the kids in tow? Not me, travelling with kids in tow just means that you’ve got to plan your trips a little differently!

I love exploring the outdoors with the boys and knowing where to walk with the pram makes the adventure so much more fun.

Check some of these amazing pram friendly walks on the Sunshine Coast suitable for big and little kids.

We felt like going on another adventure today… so we did.

Here are 5 Pram Friendly walks you can do with the whole family.

Pram Walk 1: Buderim Rainforest Board Walk

This is such a beautiful walk close to Buderim Town Centre. Near restaurants, Parks, shops, and most important coffee shops.
Park your car at 11 Harrys Lane, Buderim and walk along the Board Walk, through the rainforest surrounded by great scenery. There are toilets on the walk and a beautiful park to have a picnic or you could nip into town and grab lunch at the local Tavern. If you want to go further, it becomes a bit rocky and not pram friendly but great if you have little kids who love to explore.

Pram Walk 2: Mooloolaba Beach to Alexander Headland (Coastal Walk)

This is one of my favourites the scenery is amazing and so great for families, Park at Mooloolaba grab a coffee from Hustle and Flow and walk along the path all the way to Alexander Surf Club, along the ocean front talking in the surroundings of the beautiful ocean view. You can even grab a bite to eat at Alexander Cafe or Surf Club.
There are plenty of toilets on the way and playground if you have older kids.

Pram Walk 3: Dicky Beach to Currimundi Lake

This is a nice easy coastal path that starts in the bushland at the end of Dicky Beach and takes you through a shaded pathway to the eastern end of Currimundi Lake. Enjoy waking through bushland with scenes of the beaches as you walk. Once you arrive at Currimundi Lake enjoy the surroundings, it’s so calm great for families. Currimundi Lake has a playground, barbecue and picnic tables, natural shade, beach showers as well as public amenities. Alternatively, you can purchase food and drinks from the beach front cafes.

My favourite thing is going on adventures with you

Pram Walk 4: Alexander Headland to Cotton Tree

Start at Alexander Headland surf club walk ocean front along the path around to Cotton Tree and finish at the beautiful Cotton Tree playground. It’s such a beautiful spot to sit and watch the world go by, meet other mums, and sit have a catch up and feed the bubs. If you have older kids, this is a great place to let them run around on the playground. Bring swimmers in case you fancy a dip in the ocean.

Pram Walk 5: Maroochy Wetlands Sanctuary Boardwalk, Sports Road, Bli Bli

The 2km boardwalk through the Maroochy Wetlands Sanctuary. If you like peace and serenity this is a lovely place to visit. Explore the wet and dry eucalypt forests, rainforest, melaleuca forest, casuarina woodland, salt marsh and the mangroves.
The path leads you out to the banks of the Maroochy River and a landing jetty. Once you’re there, turn around and head back. After that head to Mudjimba Esplanade which is only 10 mins drive away for a coffee and views of the ocean.

We LOVE our pram walk guides at MumSafe – visit some of the other fantastic walks we have found across Australia and New Zealand

Emma Bunting runs Motivate Mums in Queensland, . Learn more about Emma and Book your Trial today.

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