Mooloolah Valley, QLD 4553

4.3(3 reviews)

Great for

  • Clean & green
  • Peace and quiet
  • Safe and sound
  • Parking
  • Childcare

Not great for

  • Nightlife
  • Pest-free

Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Singles
  • Retirees
  • Country Lovers
  • Professionals

Reviews of Mooloolah Valley, QLD

"Paradise Found"

A fantastic little town stones throw from Sunshine Coast beaches and central to the Sunshine Coast region.Great villiage shops,and a friendly peacefull atmosphere.We moved to Mooloolah 5 years ago and wouldnt look back.Our kids love it here and the outdoor lifestyle it offers.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Tourists
  • LGBT+
  • Country Lovers
  • Beach Lovers
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"Quiet Hide-away town 30mins to anywhere on Sunny Coast"

Mooloolah Valley is a quiet town that has grown from a small town of long term residents to a small town with all the amenities and new housing estates in the last 15-20 years. Also Mooloolah was a winner of the Tidy Towns cometition several years in a row.
Mooloolah is shaking off it's small town mentality of old with the more recent expansion of the town now making it almost impossible to know everyone that lives there.
The residents of Mooloolah take pride in the leafy nature of their town and the heritage structure of the railway pedestrian bridge and station buildings. The town faught hard to retain the bridge where so many other hinterland towns no longer have theirs. The town has a lot of history and was one of the stops on the old Cobb and Co. Coach route from Brisbane to Gympie. The Mooloolah River winds in and around and defines the uniqueness of the town.
The town has several parks, green spaces and even national park to boast of it's green leafy image. But it does have all the amenities that would eliminate the need to travel far.
The town is serviced by the council's mobile library, and even a fire brigage (non-rural).
Being one of the rail towns of the hinterland, this opens up transport options. But, if you still want to jump into your car, any of the Sunshine Coast (except Noosa) beaches are within 30 minutes drive, the University of the Sunshine Coast and Australia Zoo are 15 minutes away, and TAFEs are 15-30 minues drive depending on which one you want to go to.

Who lives here?

  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Students
  • Country Lovers
  • Beach Lovers
The opinions expressed within this review are those of the individual and not those of Homely.com.au.Report

"great to rent or buy"

This town has it all lge IGA, butcher, bakery, P.O, hairdresser, beautician, hardware, doctor, dentist, great kindy and school and a train station. Add to that - friendly people and beautiful properties - we love living here for the past 12mths and would recommend it to everyone!

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
mumoftwoboys
mumoftwoboys

Hi Mooloolah Mum. I am a mum of two boys (aged 1 and 3) and we will soon be moving to Mooloolah Valley. I'm just wondering if there are any mum's groups or playgroups where I could meet other mums in the area?

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