New products, new clients and new projects, calls for a photoshoot! And why not shoot in a beautiful location? We recently travelled from Brisbane to Eumundi for a working long weekend, and have listed our favourites for you to check out.
WHERE TO STAY
We stayed in the beautiful Rangeview Cottage, a 20th-century worker’s cottage saved and wonderfully restored by owners Sue and Justin, who relocated the property from the town of Esk to their former dairy farm near historic Eumundi.
WHERE TO EAT
Humdrum Espresso is a small cafe in Eumundi with great food, coffee and tunes.
Berkelouw Book Barn & Cafe occupies the historic Eumundi Trading Post building, is a place where you can easily lose track of time
If you’re just looking fo a good coffee, Eumundi Coffee is the place to go.
Looking for a long lunch? Bask is the place to go. Bask is one of the Sunshine Coast’s newest restaurants and boasts a strong ethos of celebrating local produce through creative culinary flair. Designed for long, lazy lunches in the sunshine, take it slow at BASK, let the afternoon pass you by and your afternoon lunch turn into dinner plans so you have a chance to linger and soak up the gorgeous ambience.
If a casual lunch is more your thing, The Bungalow is for you.
Eumundi is spoilt for choice! For dinner, head to Popina Eumundi. Popina sources all their ingredients from the Sunshine Coast region, and with delicious food, excellent service and a relaxing ambience, it’s a must-do while in the area.
Head back to The Bungalow for pre-dinner drinks and cocktails.
THINGS TO DO
The Eumundi Markets are famous in Queensland, and they run every Wednesday and Saturday. Eumundi Markets.
Perfectly located, Eumundi is only a 15-20 minute drive from Noosa’s Hastings St. If the beach isn’t for you, the shopping definitely will be!