Thirty of the Sunshine Coast’s most intriguing buildings are set to open their doors and reveal their secrets to the public at this year’s Sunshine Coast Open House on Saturday and Sunday 19-20 October.
The free Sunshine Coast Open House event offers the chance to tour a remarkable range of public and private buildings, stretching from Caloundra to Pomona and from the beachfront to the Hinterland.
Sunshine Coast Open House provides visitors with the rare opportunity to tour architecturally diverse, well-designed, sustainable and historic buildings across the region.
Visitors will learn more about the buildings thanks to many local architects and informed volunteers holding special guided tours.
People wanting to learn more about Sunshine Coast Open House or volunteer, can visit www.sunshinecoastopenhouse.com.au
Sunshine Coast Open House is part of the Open House Worldwide network, founded by Open House London more than 25 years ago and now in 40-plus cities around the world.
Those featured locally are:
St Andrew’s Anglican College Learning Centre
Lake Weyba House (booking required)
Noosa Hinterland House (booking required)
Quadropod House (booking required)
Little Cove House (booking required)
Butter Factory Arts Centre
The Majestic Theatre
Pomona Fire and Rescue Station
Pomona Railway Station Gallery