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Maroochydore and other business communities on the Sunshine Coast are starting to benefit from a new broadband cable, the need for which arose from an unlikely source.
Canberra-born five-person band Hands Like Houses will be performing in Maroochydore this April.
Maroochydore parents can engage their teenagers in a social group this March.
Residents of Maroochydore can enter a triathlon in their neighbouring beach town, Mooloolaba, this March.
Residents of Maroochydore will have the opportunity to attend a Responsible Pet Ownership booth to learn valuable information about pet ownership and pick up some free goodies for dogs and fun activities for children.
Residents of Maroochydore looking to create a special present or their own unique piece of jewellery are invited to attend a workshop to create a pair of botanical eco-resin earrings.
The tenth annual NetFest will be held on the Sunshine Coast in November, with four fun-filled days of sun, sand and competition between netballers from all over Australia.
Residents of Maroochydore will have the chance to join in a series of trail runs in and around the Beerwah State Forest as part of the Sunshine Coast Trail Run Festival.
A local Maroochydore business is offering soap-making workshops for older children and adults interested in making their own natural soap as an alternative to purchasing.
The Brisbane Coastrek, a hiking event renowned for its beautiful coastal scenery as it winds its way up the Sunshine Coast past Maroochydore towards Noosa, is going virtual due to the Covid-19 pandemic.