When thinking of the Sunshine Coast, most people's first thought would be of the beautiful beaches, they may not be aware that the Sunshine Coast has the most national parks in Queensland. Therefore it seemed fitting to focus on some of the local wildlife that inhabit the Sunshine Coast. This box features a repeated pattern of a sulphur crested cockatoo with a similar pattern of a galah on the other side. During the celebration of 50 years of the Sunshine Coast I want to remind people that the Sunshine Coast is just as much about their amazing parks and wildlife as it is the sun,surf and tourism industry.
Lake Kawana Boulevard & Birtinya Boulevard, Birtinya QLD
Our Sunshine Coast is an initiative of Sunshine Coast Council managed by Urban Smart Projects.