If you’re looking for ideas about what to do for that special someone that you have in your life, or are single and looking to mingle with other fun singles, look no further than the Sunny Coast. This Valentine’s Day the Sunshine Coast will come alive with events across the region that are sure to inspire the passionate side in you, whether you are coupled or enjoying your singledom.
Did the dancing delights of Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey in the Dirty Dancing flick get your heart racing back in the 90’s? If so, you’ll love the opportunity to relive those glorious days, in Eumundi this Valentine’s Day weekend. Yes, Patrick and the gang will take us on a trip down swoon lane, gracing the screen for the Flick in the Sticks for Valentine’s Day on Sunday, at the Eumundi Outdoor Cinema. Doors open at 6pm for a 7:15pm start, so bring your rugs and blankets, and settle in for a night of swooning.
If you’d rather be lacing up your own dancing shoes this Valentine’s Day, the Sunshine Coast Latin Dance Club will be holding a Valentine’s Dance on the day, at the Maroochydore Community Hall – so grab your partner and head along to shake that Latin groove. For those who are looking for love you may even meet someone special as your eyes meet across the dance floor. But if dancing just isn’t your style, or you have two left feet, a romantic cruise along the river in a Gondola of Noosa cruise might be just the thing you are looking for.
At the other end of the coast, The Max Miller Tribute to Frank Sinatra at the Kawana Community Hall will make Sunday session a breeze as they light up your afternoon with the many hits of Ol’ Blue Eyes from 2:30pm. A rockin’ good night will be had by all at the Rockin’ On to Support Mission Watato Australia at the St Michaels College Hall, with a 50’s and 60’s band on Saturday evening from 7:30pm. For those with a more classical taste in music, Hausmusik Inc presents a Night at the Opera.
Enjoy a quiet evening rolling along under the stars on the Romancing the Rails Valentines Train, meandering along the Mary Valley on Saturday with a romantic dinner, coffee and dessert – starting at the Old Gympie Station. With art, music, sandy beaches, trees for miles, gorgeous gift shops and affordable accommodation Sunshine Coast, you’re sure to find something to tickle your love buttons this coming Valentine’s Day weekend. Book now for some Nambour Accommodation that will put you in the right place, ready to head off to enjoy the sun, love and fun of the season throughout the weekend.