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Rachel Barnes4 years ago

Treat your special someone this Valentine's Day.

You definitely didn't forget about it, it's been on your calendar for months. You've just been way too busy at work to create the perfect date that you know your better half deserves. For those romantics that would prefer to not be in the doghouse this Valentine's Day, we've planned the perfect date for you and that special someone. So print this out, clear your browser history and act like you've been thinking of this for month, it's time for a little lovin'.

First up on the list, start off your Valentine’s Day on the right side of the bed with a great cup of coffee and a good feed at Kings Beach.

Coffee Cat on Kings Beach

Strawberry pancakes, Coffee Cat on Kings Beach – Sunshine Coast.

After a romantic walk along the beach, hand in hand, drop into the Coffee Cat on Kings Beach. Just a stone’s throw from the ocean, breathe in the fresh salt air and you treat yourself and your loved one to one of the best coffees in the world – the Lavazza Super Crema. Choose from some of your favourite breakfast staples including Eggs Benny, The B.L.T and Kings omelette. You can even taste Coffee Cat’s attempt at bringing back the Jaffle (and you won’t be disappointed). This is one breaky that has priceless views with meals that won’t break the bank.
You can check out their menu here.
WhereShop 4 1/8 Leuvka Ave, Kings Beach, Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, QLD.

Buderim Forest Park

Stunning Falls, Buderim Forest Park – Sunshine Coast.

Once you’ve finished waking up, the next stop for your precisely planned Sunshine Coast Valentine’s Day extravaganza is a little lunch and nature in Buderim.

Buderim Forest park is just a quick drive from the centre of Buderim, but you’ll feel a world away from civilisation. Hike down the walking track and surround yourself with nature. It takes just 45 minutes of picturesque scenery until you get to the spectacular Buderim Falls, and though they may not be as extravagant as some, their beauty will take your romantic day to the next level. Don’t forget to pack the selfie stick to capture this romantic moment.
Where: Buderim, Sunshine Coast, QLD.

Le Barouque Restaurant

A taste of France, Le Baroque – Sunshine Coast.

After your 1.5 hour trek, you’re going to have worked up an appetite, and what better way to quench it than with the food from the city of love. Le Barouque Restaurant specialises in traditional French cuisine served in exquisite and elegant surroundings. The portions will curb your hunger and the taste sensations will transport you directly to France. Treat yourself to glass of bubbly and enjoy the views, if you can manage to tear your eyes away from your date.
Where: 2 Main St, Buderim, Sunshine Coast, QLD.

I hope you have Barry White on your iPod because next you’ll be heading on a little bit of a drive towards Noosa to help you seal the deal.

Gondolas of Noosa

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Romance at its finest, Gondalas of Noosa – Sunshine Coast.

Gondolas of Noosa will send your Valentine’s Day romance level skyrocketing to the moon. Pack a blindfold and carefully guide the love of your life down the Sheraton wharf and into your own private gondola. Cruise around the local waterways as the sun is setting and listen to some romantic music to help set the mood. Be warned, an event this romantic and your Valentine will be waiting for you to reach for that ring box.

Ricky’s River Bar & Restaurant

The perfect setting, Ricky’s Bar and River Restaurant – Sunshine Coast.

Finish your Valentine’s Day on the Sunshine Coast with a mouth-watering dinner on the Noosa waterfront. Enjoy the fresh local ingredients on Ricky’s summer menu as you work your way through a three course meal. Make sure you leave room for dessert, but not too much, so that you and your future husband or wife can share a plate (if you can choose just one).
You can check out their menu here.
WhereNoosa Wharf, 2 Quamby Place, Noosa Heads

Have you planned a romantic Valentine’s Day on the Sunshine Coast? Tell us about it in the comments below!